|Frederick William Page|
20 February 1917|
Wimbledon, Surrey, England
|Died||29 May 2005
Mudeford, Dorset, England
|Education||St Catharine's College, Cambridge|
|Spouse(s)||Kathleen de Courcy|
|Children||1 daughter, 3 sons|
|Parents||Richard Page, Ellen Potter|
|Institution memberships||Royal Aeronautical Society|
|Significant projects||English Electric Lightning|
|Significant design||BAC TSR-2|
|Significant awards||British Gold Medal for Aeronautics (1962), Gold Medal of the Royal Aeronautical Society (1974)|
Sir Frederick William Page CBE FRS FREng (20 February 1917 – 29 May 2005) was an English aircraft designer and manager. He had large involvements with two British aircraft projects - the Lightning and the TSR2. Arguably, the sum total of his contribution to the British aerospace community over a period of 45 years until his retirement in 1983 was greater than that of any other individual.
- Barfield, Norman. "Sir Frederick William Page (1917–2005), aircraft designer and industrialist". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/95849. (Subscription or UK public library membership required.)
- Yates, I. R. (2006). "Sir Frederick William Page CBE FREng. 20 February 1917 -- 29 May 2005: Elected FRS 1978". Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 52: 231–210. doi:10.1098/rsbm.2006.0017.