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R. K. Dundas

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1944. Microtimer.
June 1944
September 1945.

R. K. Dundas of The Airport, Portsmouth (Registered Office), Aeronautical engineers and agents

Manufacturers and suppliers in Great Britain.

One of the Ronald King Dundas enterprises[1]

1933 Concessionaires for India and Burma for the Airspeed: Courier; demonstrated the Courier in a high speed trial at Hanwell Aerodrome[2]

c.1934 Public company incorporated

1937 Aircraft agents and component manufacturers.

1943 Manufacturers, stockists and agents at home and abroad for the Aircraft and Allied Industries - Head office in Portsmouth.[3]

1944 Had 3 associated companies: R. K. Dundas Eastern Ltd, Philidas Ltd, The Air Transport College[4]

1945 Had 3 associated companies: R. K. Dundas Eastern Ltd, A. G. Barwell and Co Ltd, builders merchants, and The Air Transport College[5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Oct 13, 1944
  2. The Times, Dec 11, 1933
  3. The Aeroplane 1943/04/09
  4. The Times, Jan 11, 1944
  5. The Times, Jan 22, 1945