The Handley Page HP.88 was a British research aircraft built in the early 1950s for Handley Page to test the aerodynamics of the Victor design and was essentially a scaled-down version of that aircraft.
Handley Page HP 88, Boulton Paul P111, P120, Fairey Delta 1, Fairey
Delta 2, ACT Jaguar and EAP, and counting the Canberra and Lightning
series as one aircraft each 1
The Handley Page HP.88 was a British research aircraft, built to test
the aerodynamics of the Handley Page Victor design and was essentially
a scaled-down version of that aircraft.2
Made by Blackburn Aircraft.
The sole Handley Page HP 88, VX 330, was designed and constructed to
flight test the more radical aerodynamic features of the company's
forthcoming Victor bomber.3
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