Aircraft Limited in 1936. G-AGBN. It was the first all-metal stressed-skin lightplane to be built and flown in the United Kingdom.

Only 11 Cygnets were built, between 1936 and 1941. Share. How about a Puss Moth for £695 (you could add two noughts to that for a good one these days) and new Proctor 5s for £2900. The General Aircraft GAL.42 Cygnet II was a 1930s British single-engined training or touring aircraft built by General Aircraft Limited at London Air Park, Hanworth. You are here Home > National Museum of Flight > Things to see and do > Explore the hangars > Civil aircraft > General Aircraft Cygnet. A friend recently gave me several copies of "Flight" magazine from 1947 and there is some fascinating stuff for sale in the "Aircraft for sale" columns. The General Aircraft GAL.42 Cygnet II was a 1930s British single-engined training or touring aircraft built by General Aircraft Limited and Hanworth Aerodrome. Media in category "General Aircraft Cygnet" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. The Cygnet was designed at Slough by C.W. will issue an aircraft repairman certificate allowing you to do all the maintenance required, even your own annual inspections! JetPhotos.com is the biggest database of aviation photographs with over 4 million screened photos online! General Aircraft Limited was a British aircraft manufacturer from its formation in 1931 to amalgamation with Blackburn Aircraft in 1949 to become Blackburn and General.Its main products were military gliders and light transport aircraft. After you have built your Cygnet the F.A.A. The General Aircraft GAL.42 Cygnet II was a 1930s British single-engined training or touring aircraft built by General Aircraft Limited at London Air Park, Hanworth. It was first flown in May 1937 at London Air Park, Hanworth. General Aircraft GAL.42 Cygnet II. The Cygnet was the first light aircraft made in Britain with all-metal construction. However the one that interested me was the Cygnet for £1175 finished in Oxford and Cambridge blue. General Aircraft Cygnet.

Cygnet’s Volkswagen engine will run perfectly on automobile gasoline to further reduce the cost of flying.