Blackburn B2

The Blackburn B-2 was a British biplane side-by-side trainer aircraft of the 1930s. Designed and built by Blackburn Aircraft, 42 were built.

The prototype first flew on 10 December 1932, powered by a de Havilland Gipsy III engine and a total of 42 B-2s were built.

Only two B-2s survived to fly postwar with the sole survivor (G-AEBJ) preserved and maintained in airworthy condition by BAe Systems and displayed in airworthy condition as part of the Shuttleworth Collection at Old Warden. All the recordings you can find here are from that aircraft.

Recordings

Blackburn B2, August 2009

Blackburn B2 G-AEBJ recorded August 2009.

Click for Blackburn B2, August 2009 sound recording page

Blackburn B2, May 2009

Blackburn B2 G-AEBJ recorded May 2009.

Click for Blackburn B2, May 2009 sound recording page

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