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 Post subject: Fairey Rotodyne
PostPosted: 16 Feb 2020, 20:18 

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Want to go far off road? Land Rover. Want to go far off road & return? Land Cruiser.


 Post subject: Re: Fairey Rotodyne
PostPosted: 17 Feb 2020, 17:40 

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Cool aircraft. For commercial ops, it looks like it could work like a tilt rotor only far less complex. It’s too bad they never moved forward. Might have been the name...Fairey :D



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