Revisited in the 21st century
It was no easy task in 1933 to take an aircraft to 35,000 feet, about the same flight level of jet travel today. The cockpits were open to the fiercest elements, the aircrew needed nerves of steel when the turbulence began.
Eighty years later we aim to finish manufacture
on the new
Westland Lucy2 below
This new machine can only be finished
by people like you.
Leading ultimately to this magnificent
This is what Lucy2 will look like. If this hits a note
please register your interest.