Technical Details

Eminently practical for a range of training tasks, the Oxford could be usefully adapted

The cabin andwell-laid-out cockpit of a typical RAF Oxford.
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Of completely wooden, semi-monocoque construction, the Oxford differed from the Anson, which (initially) had a wooden Fokker wing under a fabric-covered steel frame fuselage.

While the Oxford’s Envoy heritage was evident, the fuselage windows were reduced in number, while the fuselage itself was widened, and could be equipped with side-byside cockpit seating and full dual controls.

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