A version of the Klemm KI 32 redesigned in England by G H Handasyde was built in the UK by the British Klemm Aeroplane Co (later renamed British Aircraft Manufacturing Co) under the name Eagle; this was powered by a 130 hp de Havilland Gipsy Major engine.
Forty-two Eagles were built at Hanworth Aerodrome, Middlesex, to 1937.
British-Klemm BKA Eagle 1
Engine: de Havilland DH Gipsy Major, 130 hp
Max level speed: 148 mph
Cruise speed: 130 mph
Absolute ceiling: 16,000 ft
Range: 650 miles
Price 1934: £1250