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X-Plane 11.30+ Martin-Handasyde No. 3 2.1

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X-Plane 11.30+ Martin-Handasyde No. 3 2.1. The Martin Handasyde No.3 was an early British single-seat monoplane design, built in partnership by H.P. Martin and George Handasyde. Only one was built. It was initially powered by a 60 hp (45 kW) Antoinette V-8 engine, but later changed for a 40 hp (30 kW) J.A.P. It was first flown at Brooklands by H.P. Martin during November 1910, and was flown throughout 1912 by Graham Gilmour, who was eventually killed in the aircraft when it suffered a mid-air structural failure over Richmond Park on 17 February 1912. For takeoff, it's best to use a proper runway (preferably one which slopes downhill), due to the lack of power available. Once airborne however, you will find that the aircraft is good for practising 3-point landings. Please read the pilots notes file for more information. This is very low powered aircraft, so a hard surface takeoff is advisable. Version 2.1 adds some decent sound, donated by Dan Hopgood. By Ray Hill.

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