Canadian Vickers VANESSA
The Canadian Vickers Vanessa was a single engine float plane designed as a private venture for the commercial market. The enclosed cabin fuselage was constructed of steel tubing as were various support structures along with the tail surfaces. The remainder of the aircraft was of wood construction and the entire aircraft was fabric covered. The biplane wings were braced by interplane struts in the form of an "X" eliminating the need for traditional wire bracing. After completion of a prototype aircraft, the RCAF expressed an interest in the aircraft for general communication and...
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