Steve Wood Nieuport 24 Project:
The photo opposite shows Steve with his completed Airdrome Aeroplanes Nieuport 24 completed July 2011 and currently waiting on the Feds.
Steve and his Nieuport, all going well, should be on display at Osh 2011.
The Nieuport Kit was purchased from Airdrome Aeroplanes. Anyone interested in such a kit should contact Robert Baslee. For more information please visit Airdrome's web site: http://www.airdromeaeroplanes.com/index.html
The Nieuport 24 was put into use by the allied air forces in 1916. It had very good flying qualities and was particularly known for its excellent rate of climb. The maximum speed was 185 km/hour and was also used by the Belgian Air Force.
The kit you get from Airdrome Aeroplanes is complete in every way up to your final colour coat. The kit and the excellent builder support you will receive from Airdrome Aeroplanes will get you in the air in a fraction of the time needed to build other WW-1 replica aircraft. No hunting for parts or waiting for shipments. Airdrome Aeroplanes' kits have it all!! All nuts, bolts, rivets, gusset plates, machined plugs, tubing and any other hardware are included in the kits. Airdrome as a Rotec agent will source your Radial radial and provide full support towards flight behind the Rotec.
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Steve Wood's Rotec R2800 completed and ready for flight testing - can't wait to see in-flight photos