Scottish Aviation Bulldog: Trainer for the World tells the story of the Bulldog from its inception at Beagle as a military trainer derivative of the Pup for Sweden, its troubled gestation with the demise of Beagle and eventual production by Scottish Aviation, its 28-year service with the Royal Air Force and many other air forces around the world and subsequent use by private owners.
Author Tom Wenham gives readers everything they need to know about the design, development, production and usage with histories of each Bulldog built.
Published by Air-Britain, our new book is profusely illustrated with colour and black and white photos, newly commissioned 3-view line drawings by Paul Jackson and colour side views by Juanita Franzi. 104 pages, soft-back, 127 photos –
Price £19.95 (Air-Britain members £14.95)
The book will be launched on the 50th anniversary of the Bulldog’s 1st flight, 19 May, 2019, at Turweston Aerodrome, the home of the Light Aircraft Association. It will then be available to order from our website shortly after that event.
Admin, Could I please ask how many copies are being printed of this monograph?
Thinking of the Auster (Vol. 1.) issue with it selling out in a few weeks - I'd like to wait for Auster (Vol. 2.) to come out later this year and order both the Bulldog and Auster (Vol. 2.) to be shipped out to me in Australia in one parcel, if practical.
The print run is a commercially sensitive issue, but suffice to say that is not enormous for what is a somewhat niche subject. I would not recommend waiting for Auster 2, as that will be late 2019 at best and possibly slip into 2020.