Hendy Aircraft Company


This company's first design was the Hendy 281 Hobo, a small single-seater using Basil Henderson's patented wing construction. A tandem-two-seat derivative, the Hendy 302, was built by George Parnall and Co (with whom Hendy amalgamated in 1935) and was entered in the 1930 King's Cup Air Race. The 1934 Hendy 3308 Heck was an advanced three-seater constructed by Westland Aircraft for Whitney Straight.