This Week’s Hints to help you along:
- Oh the tragedy, the ill will of the skies and the wires!
- The True North strong and free! From far and wide….
- A triple tail? Surely you jest! Yet it was perfect for the client.
- Designed and built uniquely for a company for special work.
So do you know what this aircraft is?
Post a REPLY below with your best guess!
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4 thoughts on “A Michigan Catastrophe”
We all give up! What’s the answer?
Jim A., Tucson, AZ
This is the Dayton Wright-FP-2. It never flew with those pusher engines. They were changed to tractor engines before it was flyable.
Nicely done, Roy! You’ve solved one of the greatest challenges we had published!
That looks like a Handley Page H.P. 42 “Hannibal”. A good aeroplane, slow but safe for the 1930s. It had good performance, with 38 or 40 passenger capacity, and was used on Far East routes.