Armstrong Whitworth Awana

Armstrong Whitworth Awana

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The Armstrong Whitworth Awana was a British prototype troop-transport aircraft built to meet a 1920 Air Ministry requirement. It was a large, twin-engine biplane with a box-like fuselage, and a twin-rudder, biplane tail. The pilot and navigator sat in open cockpits atop the nose, while the 25 troops it was to carry sat within. The wings could be folded for storage.

Evaluated at Martlesham Heath, control during landing was found to be poor, and the structure overall too flimsy. The second prototype addressed some of these concerns, but the Vickers Victoria was selected for production instead.


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