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Fairey IIIF, and Fairey IIID naval reconnaissance aircraft of the fleet air arm, shown in naval aviation art print by Ivan Berryman, The Fairey IIIF Naval Biplane of the 1930,s in historical naval aviation art print by the aviation art print company.

FAIREY IIIF  Naval reconnaissance aircraft with a crew of to or three, maximum speed, 135mph and a maximum altitude of 20,000 feet fling time of 3.5 hours.  The Fairey IIIF entered service with the Fleet Air arm in 1928  (also joined the Royal Air Force in 1927 until 1933, with a total of eight squadrons)  remained in fleet air arm service until 1933. A total of 622 Fairey IIIF were built which included three aircraft which were converted into radio controlled pilot less target aircraft. (Fairey Queens).  

Fairey IIID's served from 1924 to 1930.  It could be used either as a seaplane or landplane, and was employed as both.  It mainly served in the Middle East and home waters, but was used for a great number of roles throughout its service.  In all, 227 Fairey IIID's were built.

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Fairey IIID by Michael Turner.


Fairey IIID by Michael Turner.

Fairey IIIDs served from 1924 to 1930. It could be used either as a seaplane or landplane, and was employed as both. It mainly served in the Middle East and home waters, but was used for a great number of roles throughout its service. In all, 227 Fairey IIIDs were built.
Item Code : DHM1468Fairey IIID by Michael Turner. - Editions Available
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