The Bristol F.3A was a British three-seat single-engined biplane designed by the British & Colonial Aeroplane Co in 1916 as an anti-Zeppelin fighter. Two prototypes were ordered for the Royal Flying Corps but were not completed and the project was cancelled. In 1923 the type was retrospectively designated the Type 7.
Made by Bristol Aeroplane Company.
It is the successor of the Bristol T.T.A. .