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Date: Jun 15, 2010
Westland aircraft


Westland-Cierva C.29
Westland-Cierva CL-20
Westland "Dragonfly" / "Widgeon"
Westland "Goliath"
Westland "Scout" / "Wasp"
Westland "Wessex"
Westland "Westminster"
Westland "Whirlwind"
Westland "Sea King" / "Commando"
Westland WG.13 "Lynx"
Westland WG.25 "Mote"
Westland "Wisp"
Westland "Wideeye"
Westland "Sharpeye"
Westland WE.02
Westland WG.30
Westland WG.33
Westland HAEW Mk.2
Westland W.80
Westland W.81
Westland W.85

-- Edited by BikiniGirl22 on Tuesday 15th of June 2010 11:37:13 PM

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Date: Jan 8, 2011

There are lots missing, but the problem is that most of them had no official designations.

One to add from SPF:
P.J.D.330 - Westland BEAline - transport helicopter.


Yippie Kai Yay, Mr. Falcon.

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And don't forget there were many joint developments, like with Bell, Agusta, and MBB.

They were even involved in the European Helicopter EH-101 "Merlin" project.


We have here the latest in primitive technology.

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