The Percival Aircraft Company was formed in Gravesend in 1933 by Edgar Percival to produce his own designs. Restructured in 1936, it became Percival Aircraft Ltd, and moved to Luton. The company became part of the Hunting Group in 1944. Percival, who had resigned from the board to serve in the RAFVR during the war sold his remaining interest in the company at that point. Products included the Gull series, Proctor, Prentice and Provost trainers and the Prince and Pembroke twin-engined light transport aircraft.
Percival Provost Riat 2002
Possibly one of the nicest looking single engined prop trainers ever! This grand example is at RAF F...
Pembroke 542 of the Luftwaffe, Hermeskeil, Germany 2004.