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    The Miles M.14 Magister is a British 2-seat monoplane basic trainer aircraft built by Miles Aircraft for the Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm.

    Affectionately known as the Maggie, the Magister was based on Miles' civilian Hawk Major and Hawk Trainer and was the first monoplane designed specifically as a trainer for the RAF. It first flew in 1937 and over 1,200 of this aircraft were produced.

    As a low-wing monoplane, it was an ideal introduction to the Spitfire and Hurricane for new pilots.

    Liveries included:

    • No.312 (Czechoslovak) Sq. RAF, circa 1941
    • Central Flying School RAF, circa 1937
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