1965 Early version of Hawker Siddenly / De HAVILLAND H.S.121/ D.H.121 1E Trident Flight Manual

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1965 Early version of Hawker Siddenly / De HAVILLAND H.S.121/ D.H.121 1E Trident Flight Manual.
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VariantTrident 1/1CTrident 1ETrident 2ETrident 3B
Cockpit crewThree (Captain, First Officer, and Flight Engineer)
Typical seats101 seats108 seats115 seats180 seats
Length114 ft 9 in (34.98 m)131 ft 2 in (39.98 m)
Wingspan89 ft 10 in (27.38 m)95 ft (29 m)98 ft (30 m)
Wing area1,358 sq ft (126.2 m2​)1,415 sq ft (131.5 m2​)1,462 sq ft (135.8 m2​)
Wingsweep35 degrees
Height27 ft 0 in (8.23 m)28 ft 3 in (8.61 m)
Max. cabin width11 ft 3.5 in (3.442 m)
Typical OEW66,700 lb (30.3 t)
1C: 67,200 lb (30.5 t)
70,000 lb (31.8 t)73,200 lb (33.2 t)83,000 lb (37.6 t)
MTOW107,000 lb (48.5 t)
1C: 115,000 lb (52.2 t)
128,000 lb (58.1 t)142,500 lb (64.6 t)150,000 lb (68.0 t)
Fuel capacity3,840 imperial gallons (17,500 L)
1C: 4,840 imp gal (22,000 L)
5,440 imp gal
(24,700 L)
5,774 imp gal
(26,250 L)
5,440 imp gal
(24,700 L)
Engines3 x Spey RB163-1 Mk505-53 x Spey RB163-25 Mk511-53 x Spey RB.163-25 Mk512-5
(3B: +RB.162-86 )
Thrust3 x 10,400 lbf (46 kN)3 x 11,400 lbf (51 kN)3 x 11,960 lbf (53.2 kN) (3B: +5,250 lbf (23.4 kN))
FL300 cruiseMach 0.86 – 506 kn (937 km/h)Mach 0.84 – 495 kn (917 km/h)
Ceiling35,000 ft (11,000 m)
Range1,170 nmi; 2,170 km
1C: 1,760 nmi; 3,260 km
1,910 nmi; 3,540 km2,350 nmi; 4,350 km1,940 nmi; 3,600 km
Trident 1E is a legendary aircraft version, which were only produced for 14 ones.
However, 4 Tridents which were sold to Pakistan, were resold to China to pay the debt.
One of which was chosen to be a plane for Lin Biao, who was chosen to be an important succeder of Chairman Mao.
On Sept.13th, 1971, he betrayed the country and intended to fly to the Soviet Union.
However, his plane crashed into Mongolia, and he died in the crash.
The accident still had many mysteries lying in the aircraft.
For other versions or more completed versions of trident manuals, you can visit these websites: aircraft-report.com, flight-manuals-online.com. flight-manuals.com, and so on.
The manual is sold on many public websites, such as: aircraft-report.com, flight-manuals-online.com. flight-manuals.com, and so on.
The manual with only 2 volumes is here:

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