Bristol Aeroplane Company - Production Lists
The Bristol Type 191 was a tandem-rotor helicopter designed to meet a Royal Navy requirement for general purpose ship-based helicopter. Based on the Type 173, it would be capable of carrying 16 passenger or equivalent cargo.
Mk.1 - two 850hp Alvis Leonides Major engines. 3 ordered and built, but the order was
cancelled before any flew.All 3 were used as ground test airframes.
Mk.2 - two 1,465hp Napier Gazelle engines. 65 ordered, but the order was cancelled before any were built.
|13274||Bristol 191 Mk.1||XG354 Royal Navy. Ground tests for Gazelle engine only|
|13275||Bristol 191 Mk.1||XG355 Royal Navy. Ground tests for Gazelle engine only|
|13276||Bristol 191 Mk.1||XG356 Royal Navy. Ground controls fatigue tests only|
The cancelled 191 Mk.2's were allocated c/ns 13277 to 13341, and Royal Navy serials XG357 to XG441.
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