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Boulton & Paul P120


The Boulton Paul P.120 delta wing research aircraft, built to Air Ministry Specification E.27/49, was used to investigate high speed characteristics of the delta wing.
The P.120, flown on 6 August 1952, was similar in general layout to the P.111 but had an all-moving tailplane mounted on a squat fin. The aircraft was lost on 29 August, in an accident thought to have been caused by tail flutter.

Engine: 1 x 2315kg Rolls-Royce RN.2 Nene
Wingspan: 10.19 m / 33 ft 5 in
Length: 9.02 m / 29 ft 7 in
Height: 2.90 m / 9 ft 6 in
Wing area: 26.95 sq.m / 290.09 sq ft
Take-off weight: 5711 kg / 12591 lb
Empty weight: 4838 kg / 10666 lb




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