|Role||Single-seat aerobatic biplane|
|Manufacturer||George Parnall and Company|
|Designer||Frederick George Miles|
|First flight||August 1932|
|Status||Destroyed September 1936|
|Primary user||Luxury Air Tours Limited|
Design and development
The Satyr was designed in 1932 by F.G. Miles. It was a wooden single-seat aerobatic biplane powered by a 75 hp Pobjoy R engine. The aircraft (registered G-ABVG) first flew in August 1932. Although the aircraft flew well Miles decided to concentrate on monoplane designs and only one was built. The only Satyr crashed in September 1936.
- Crew: One
- Length: 17 ft 8 in (5.38 m)
- Wingspan: 21 ft 0 in (6.4 m)
- Empty weight: 594 lb (269 kg)
- Gross weight: 900 lb (408 kg)
- Powerplant: 1 × Pobjoy R, 75 hp (56 kW)
- Maximum speed: 122 mph (196 km/h)
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