Aircraft Cockpits and Aircraft Profiles available as printed posters and digital downloads.
Airliners, Military, Helicopters and Light Aircraft.
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The General Aircraft Limited GAL.49 Hamilcar was a large British military glider used during World War 2 and was designed to carry heavy loads such as light tanks to specification X.26/40. The GAL company was chosen to develop the design as they had already been developing a glider to carry a light tank. Such a large glider had not been developed before so a half scale prototype was built, this crashed during its first flight but the flight was still seen as successful and a prototype was completed in March 1942 and made its first flight from RAF Snaith in Yorkshire on 27th March 1942. There were many issues during production and the rate was very slow mainly due to material shortages with only 344 built of the 800 ordered by the end of the war.
Available as a A3 or A4 printed poster.
A3 size (420 x 297mm - 16.5" x 11.7").
A4 size (297 x 210mm - 11.7" x 8.25").
Licence for personal use only.
Cant find the aircraft in the livery you want? Then get in touch and I will draw it for you.
We provide high quality, high resolution cockpit posters and aircraft profiles. All our posters are drawn from manufacturers documents, photos of the aircraft and backed up by visits to real aircraft and simulators. Prints are provided on high quality matt paper and digital downloads are available as soon as the order clears.
Cockpit Revolution has been developing cockpit posters for the last 5 years and are drawn by a Flight Engineer using his expertise in aircraft engineering and training.
All the cockpit posters are based upon the manufacturers documentation, visits to the aircraft and simulators and photographs.
These posters are drawn to no specific configuration, phase of flight or switch position. If you require a specific configuration, phase of flight or switch position then please contact us.
My latest drawings are an extension of the images added to the cockpit posters, the profile of the aircraft. These drawings are detailed and accurate.