Bristol T.T.A Aircraft



Production Details

Design Company:

The British and Colonial Aeroplane Co. Ltd

First Flight:

26 April 1916

T.T.A:

2 - The British and Colonial Aeroplane Co. Ltd

Type Specification

Applies to:

Bristol T.T.A

Type:

Twin engined local defence two seater biplane

Wing:

Biplane wings of equal span. Lower wings attached to base of fuselage, upper wing supported on struts above. Outer sections outside engines have dihedral and fold. Ailerons on all four planes

Fuselage:

Rectangular fuselage with faired top decking

Tail Unit:

Single tailplane and elevator and single balanced rudder

Landing Gear:

Small two wheel chassis under each nacelle, with skids under nose and tail

Power Plant:

Two 120 hp Beardmore engines in nacelles between wings

Accommodation:

Pilot in cockpit aft of wing trailing edge. Gunner in cockpit in the nose

Armament:

Gunner provided with two Lewis guns, pilot with a single Lewis gun

Dimensions

Span:

53 ft 6 in

Length:

39 ft 2 in

Height:

12 ft 6 in

Wing Area:

817 sq ft

Weights

Empty:

3,820 lb

All-up:

5,100 lb

Performance

Max Speed:

87 mph

Preserved in British Museums

None known

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