The Hawker Dantorp was a version of the Hawker Horsley developed for Denmark. The Dantorp differed from the Horsley in a number of ways. It could carry an extra (third) crew member, and the undercarriage could be switched between wheels and floats. Like the Horsley Mk II it was of mixed wood and metal construction. Two aircraft were built by Hawker for the Danes, and further production was to be carried out under licence by the Danish Naval Dockyard. The two Hawker-built aircraft were ready by the end of 1932, and were both delivered by 1933, but no further production was carried out.
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