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Burnelli Aircraft Photos

These Burnelli pictures are a community effort that depends on contributions uploaded by enthusiasts such as yourself. Photos are listed from newest to oldest. See the bottom of this page for a link that will allow you to upload your own Burnelli photos.

   

 
Description Posted By Date Posted Size (Bytes) With Text Photo Only
Talk about efficiency and foresight! Google "Burnelli"-- it's an interesting read Bill Schulz 8/16/2009 208,804 View View
It's all lifting surface w/ much less parisitic drag. Check out the floor space/volume. Way more efficient than tube fuselages. Bill Schulz 8/16/2009 285,112 View View
Too bad Vince Burnelli honked off FDR. His design still makes more sense than anything else in the air as it's all lifting surface w/ much less parisitic drag. Bill Schulz 8/16/2009 11,173 View View
Navion Photo taken at Air Britain Flyin North Weald 2005 should be there this year Terry Kearney 2/18/2006 917,333 View View
A photo of a plane my father owned and flew probably during the mid thirties to early forties. A machinist by day, at night he flew newspapers from NY City, between Boston, Baltimore and Washington DC. He flew out of Roosevelt Field in Long Island, NY. My father, Dorrance Perry is in the white shirt. The man in the center is my father's cousin Ellsworth Perry, also a pilot I have looked on the Internet and found many interesting planes, but not one like this. Also see www.eu.aircrash.org/burnelli/chrono1.htm for some interesting history. Using this site as a reference, it appears that this photo is of an RB2, by the one set of tires. RB1 had dual tires. Ginny Linder 8/28/2005 355,028 View View
Burnelli transport. Burnelli invented and reduced to practise the Burnelli all-wing and lifting-body and flying wing type of design. circa 1932. Bill Tinkler 8/28/2005 37,793 View View

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