The Hawker Horsley was a British single-engine biplane bomber of the 1920s.
It was the last all-wooden aircraft built by Hawker Aircraft, and served as a medium day bomber and torpedo bomber with Britain’s Royal Air Force between 1926 and 1935, as well as the navies of Greece and Denmark.
A total of 124 Horsleys were built, including six aircraft for the Hellenic Naval Air Service and the two related Dantorps built for Denmark.
38 ft 10 in (11.84 m)
56 ft 5+3⁄4 in (17.215 m)
13 ft 8 in (4.17 m)
693 sq ft (64.4 m2)
4,760 lb (2,159 kg) (4,958 lb (2,249 kg) for torpedo bomber)
7,800 lb (3,538 kg) (9,270 lb (4,200 kg) for torpedo bomber)