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W. S. Shackleton

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1943.
Sept 1956.
June 1959.
1961.

W. S. Shackleton of 175 Piccadilly, London, W1

Previously Shackleton and Murray

See William Stancliffe Shackleton

1937 Aeronautical consulting engineers and designers.

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

By 1956 the company and its predecessor had supplied 137 different types of aircraft; over 1,500 aircraft were sold abroad by them during this period. The staff included Keith Shackleton (director, sales manager and demonstration pilot), Frank Dismore, D.F.C. (director, general manager and demonstration pilot), D. E. Hayward (shipping and despatch) and Mr. T. S. Irving, the company secretary.


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