The Hawker Duiker was an unusual but unsuccessful aircraft. It was the first design at Hawker under a new chief designer Captain Thomson in 1922. Much of the equipment and parts were proprietary and made by another aircraft company Vickers which also shared the airfield at Brooklands. The Duiker was a parasol wing monoplane in a period where the biplane held sway.
Made by H.G. Hawker Engineering Co. Ltd.