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North Sea Aerial and General Transport

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North Sea Aerial and General Transport.

1933[1]

  • Directors: N. W. G. Blackburn, E. Hudson, R. Blackburn.
  • Instructors: F. W. M. Downer, A. G. Loton, J. B. Stockbridge, N. H. Woodhead.
  • Aerodrome and Office: Brough, East Yorkshire.

Owned by Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co[2]c.1936 Supplied training to the Air Ministry of Auxiliary and Reserve officers

Owned two-thirds of the capital of Flying Training Ltd of Hanworth, which operated a flying school at the London Air Park at Hanworth, training RAF and reserve pilots.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1933 Who's Who in British Aviation
  2. The Times Apr 03, 1936