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Short Brothers: Singapore II

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November 1932. (Flight 1932/11/17).

Note: This is a sub-section of Short Brothers Aircraft.

The Singapore II (manufacturer's designation Short S.12) was a development of the Singapore I with 4 engines, mounted in tractor/pusher pairs (better known as the push-pull configuration). The single example of this aircraft to be built was first flown on 27 March 1930, by John Lankester Parker.

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