Hawker Siddeley Aircraft was founded in 1935 when Hawker Aircraft bought Armstrong Siddeley and Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft. The company also bought A.V. Roe (Avro) and the Gloster Aircraft Company.
During WWII the company was very important building the famous Hawker Hurricane.
In 1945 HS bought Victory Aircraft of Malton, Ontario, Canada and formed Avro Canada.
In 1948 the company changed its name to the Hawker Siddeley Group and the engine company merged with Bristol engines in 1959 to become Bristol Siddeley and in the late 1950s the British Government decided that the number of aircraft companies in the UK were to large for the number of projects and encouraged HS to purchase Folland, deHavilland and Blackburn aircraft. With individual names being dropped by 1963 to become Hawker Siddeley or HS.
HS produced a number of civil as well as military aircraft.
Military aircraft included the Harrier, Nimrod, Hawk, Argosy, Buccaneer, Gnat, Hunter, and Vulcan aircraft.
Civil aircraft include the Trident, HS125 business jet, HS748 and HS146 (later the BAE 146 / RJ) as well as building wings for Airbus aircraft.
The poster is printed on 220gsm silk paper and is delivered in a cardboard tube to protect it in transit. Order the printed poster and get the digital download version FREE.
The digital download is available from our site immediately that the order has processed. Also the digital download comes FREE when you order the printed version of the poster.
The standard A3 print size is 420mm wide by 297mm high (16.53" x 11.69")
and is printed on 220gsm gloss paper. Other media is available on request.
The digital download is available immediately on order completion. The download is in pdf format and is the same resolution as the print. The digital download comes free with the A3 print purchase.
Cockpit Revolution has been developing cockpit posters for the last 5 years and are drawn by a Flight Engineer using his expertise in aircraft engineering and training.
All the posters are based upon the manufacturers documentation, visits to the aircraft and simulators and photographs.
The posters are drawn to no specific configuration, phase of flight or switch position. If you require a specific configuration, phase of flight or switch position then please contact us.