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Bristol Prier P.1

 

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The 1911 P1 monoplane, designed by Prier, Dickson and Coanda, was built as single- or two- seaters, and with various dimensions; Span: 30'2", 32'9", 34', 35'6" Length: 24'6", 27'.
 
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A reconnaissance version was exhibited at the Salon de l’Aeronautique at Paris in December 1911, where it was the only British product on show. The type was also used for early wireless experiments.

 

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 Australian Mr Busteed flying the Bristol Monoplane in 1911

 

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Prier P-1
Engine: 1 x 50hp Gnome
Take-off weight: 372 kg / 820 lb
Empty weight: 291 kg / 642 lb
Wingspan: 9.19 m / 30 ft 2 in
Length: 7.47 m / 24 ft 6 in
Height: 2.97 m / 9 ft 9 in
Wing area: 15.42 sq.m / 165.98 sq ft
Max. Speed: 109 km/h / 68 mph
Crew: 1

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