Kindy 1 – 1908 Santos Dumont Demoiselle The Santos-Dumont Demoiselle ("Damselfly") was an early aircraft built in France by Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos-Dumont. It was a light-weight monoplane with a wire-braced wing mounted atop an open-framework fuselage built around a reinforced bamboo boom. The pilots seat was below the wing, and between the main wheels of the undercarriage. Teacher: Kim Cheng Carmen Looi Goh Wei Ling Youth: Ethan Wong
Kindy 2 – 1930 Comper Swift Teacher: Wong Nyok Ying Foo Wee Lee Youth: Arathi Jane Chew Qi En Yvonne Chin The Comper C.L.A.7 Swift is a British 1930s single-seat sporting aircraft produced by Comper Aircraft Company Ltd of Hooton Park, Cheshire.
td 1&2 1 – 1912 Blackburn Monoplane Teacher: Miranda Sie Paul Sie Linda Yeoh The Blackburn Type D, Youth: Katrina Sie sometimes known as the Single Seat Monoplane, was Cheryl Woon built by Robert Blackburn at Leeds in 1912. It was a single- engine mid-wing monoplane. Restored shortly after the Second World War, it remains part of the Shuttleworth Collection and is the oldest British flying aeroplane.
Std 1&2 2 – 1931 Macchi MC72 Teacher: Julia Ong Francis Yeow Youth: Ryan Lam Esther Tan The Macchi M.C. 72 was an experimental seaplane designed and built by the Italian aircraft company Macchi Aeronautica. The M.C. 72 held the world speed record for all aircraft for five years. In 1933 and 1934, it set a world record speed for seaplanes which still stands to this day.
Std 1&2 3 – 1934 Percival Mew Gull Teacher: Rosalind Chong Lilian Yap The Percival Mew Gull was a Cheong Yi-Mei British racing aircraft of the 1930s. It was a small, single-engine, Youth: Rebecca Chan single-seat, low-wing monoplane of wooden construction, Daniel Tan normally powered by a six- Celine Ong cylinder de Havilland Gipsy Six piston engine. During its racing career it set many records and was considered a significant, efficient design, one that eventually reached a top speed of 265 mph (425 km/h) on a modest 205 hp (153 kW) in its final 1939 form.
Std 3&4 1 – 1911 Nieuport Monoplane Teacher: Laina Tommy Yap Youth: Eugene Ong Timothy Mak The Nieuport II was a mid wing monoplane racing or sport aircraft built by the Société Anonyme des Établissements Nieuport between 1910 and 1914 and was noted for its high performance using a small two cylinder engine, and in winning many races, primarily in France before being used as a trainer during World War One by French flying schools.
Std 3&4 2 – 1936 Keith RiderR-4 Schoenfeldt Firecracker Teacher: Andrew Robless Yew Thai Youth: Mark Robless Keith Rider had a new small Emily Cheh racer at the 1936 Nationals. The racer had an 18 ft. wing span and a length of 19 ft. 6 in. It weighed 925 lbs. empty and 1325 Ibs. loaded. Painted a bright yellow, it carried license number NR- 261Y, race number 70 and was powered by a Menasco B6S Buccaneer 489 cu. in. displacement engine.
Std 3&4 3 – 1931 Bernard HV220 Teacher: Kun Chee Meng Rebecca George Youth: Rose Yap Michael Francis The H.V.220 was an all-metal single-seat cantilever monoplane with twin floats and powered by a 2,200 hp (1,641 kW) Lorraine 12Rcr Radium inline piston engine. The Bernard H.V.220 was a 1930s French racing seaplane and the last attempt by Bernard compete in the Schneider Trophy race.
Std 3&4 4 – 1935 Miles M5 Sparrowhawk The Miles M.5 Teacher: Kitty Foo Sparrowhawk was Chow Wing Harn a 1930s British single-seat racing Youth: Jonathan Lim and touring monoplane Ng Zer Jin designed by Miles Aircraft Limited.
Std 5&6 1 – 1931 Supermarine S.6B Teacher: Joy Chen The Supermarine S.6B was a British racing seaplane developed by R.J. Anna Lim Mitchell for the Supermarine company Youth: Pat Loh to take part in the Schneider Trophy competition of 1931. The S.6B Charis Wong represented the cutting edge of aerodynamic technology and Mitchells experience in designing the Schneider Trophy floatplanes provided him and his design team with valuable experience in producing high-speed aircraft, greatly contributing to the development of the later Spitfire fighter.
Std 5&6 2 – 1930 Gee Bee Sportster Teacher: Mui Fung Patrick Cheng Yee Selena Tan The Gee Bee Sportsters were a family of sports aircraft built in the Kevin Kok United States in the early 1930s by the Granville Brothers. They were Youth: Victoria low-wing strut- and wire-braced monoplanes of conventional, if Lesley Cheong short-coupled, design, with open cockpits and fixed, tailskid undercarriage. During the early 1930s, the Gee Bees were among the fastest planes of the day and won several prestigious National Air Races.
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