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Arrow Aircraft

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November 1932. Arrow Active 2. (Flight 1932/11/17).

Arrow Aircraft of The Aerodrome, Yeadon, Yorks

Arrow Aircraft built two single-seat high-performance all-metal aerobatic trainer aircraft at Yeadon, Leeds.

1931 The first was the Active 1

1932 Launched the improved Active 2.

1933 Constructors of light aircraft and manufacturers of aircraft armaments. Head Office and Works: Little Russell Street, Whitehall Road, Leeds.[1]

1937 Aeroplane designers and manufacturers and manufacturers of armament equipment.[2]

1957 Acquired by Associated Engineering Group[3].

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Sources of Information

  1. 1933 Who's Who in British Aviation
  2. 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries
  3. The Times 31 January 1958
  • British Aircraft Manufacturers since 1908 by Gunter Endres. Pub 1995