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De Havilland

 

 

 

 

 

 

De Havilland DH 51

 

 

 

 

De Havilland DH 53 Hummingbird

 

 

 

 

1918 - De Havilland DH 10 A Mk III Amiens, Bomber

 

 

 

 

1918 - De Havilland DH 9 A, Bomber

 

 

 

 

1925 - De Havilland DH 60 Moth, Sports aircraft, flight instruction

 

The Moth was the first successful sports airplane ever. 2186 were build. Later the Tiger Moth was based on this design. The DH 60 was used for some breathtaking long range flights like Amy Johnsons from Croydon/England to Darwin/Australia and back.  

 

 

1929 - De Havilland Gipsy I, Aircooled Inverted 4-Cylinder Inline Engine

 

 

 

 

1930 - De Havilland DH 88 Comet, Racing aircraft

 

 

 

 

1932 - De Havilland DH 82 A Tiger Moth, Trainer

 

The Tiger Moth was the standard trainer of the RAF from 1932 to 1951. Even in the 1990ies some of them are still airworthy and shown on every real airshow!  

 

 

1932 - De Havilland DH 84 Dragon, Light passenger transport airplane

 

 

 

 

1932 - De Havilland DH 87 Hornet Moth, Travelling aircraft

 

 

 

 

1933 - De Havilland DH 89 Dragon Rapide, Light Airliner

 

The DH89 was developed from the four engine DH86. It was in service to the 60ies as an airliner and with the RAF.  

 

 

1934 - De Havilland DH 80 Puss Moth, Touristic aircraft

 

 

 

 

1934 - De Havilland DH 83 Fox Moth, Light Airplane

 

 

 

 

1935 - De Havilland DH 90 Dragonfly, Light passenger transport airplane

 

 

 

 

1937 - De Havilland DH 91 Albatross, Airliner and transport aircraft

 

 

 

 

1938 - De Havilland DH 94 Moth Minor, Light multi purpose aircraft

 

 

 

 

De Havilland Gipsy Major 10, Inverted 4-Cylinder Inline Engine

 

 

 

 

De Havilland Gipsy Major 200, Inverted 4-Cylinder Inline Engine

 

 

 

 

De Havilland Gipsy Queen 70, Inverted 6-Cylinder Inline Engine

 

 

 

 

1939 - De Havilland DH 125 Albatros, Passenger aircraft

 

 

 

 

1939 - De Havilland DH 95 Flamingo, Transport aircraft

 

 

 

 

1940 - De Havilland DH 98 Mk IV Mosquito, Bomber, tactical reconnaissance and pathfinder

 

 

 

 

1944 - De Havilland DH 103 Sea Hornet, Long range fighter bomber

 

 

 

 

1945 - De Havilland DH 104 Dove, Light Transport Aircraft

 

The Dove was designed as a light transportation and traininbg aircraft. More than 530 have been build from 1946 to 1964.  

 

 

De Havilland Ghost 103, Jet Engine

 

 

 

 

De Havilland Ghoblin 35, Jet Engine

 

 

 

 

De Havilland Gyron 1, Jet Engine

 

 

 

 

1946 - De Havilland DH 100 Mk. I Vampire, Fighter / Bomber

 

The Vampire was a fighter/bomber of the first jet generation. The fuselage configuration was somewhat unusal to keep the engine section as short as possible.  

 

 

1947 - De Havilland Sea Devon, Passenger and Transport aircraft

 

 

 

 

1949 - De Havilland DH 106 Comet 1 A, Airliner

 

The Comet was the first jet airliner ever. After some crashes that originated in material stress, the Comet was redesigned and was as the Comet 4 in service up to the late 70ies. The Comet is the platform for the sea surveillance system Nimrod too.  

 

 

1949 - De Havilland DH 112 Venom Mk. I, Fighter / Bomber

 

Modified Vampire in some variants: Fighter/Bomber, carrier attack aircraft, nightfighter, trainer. The last Venoms have been in service until 1990 at the switzerland air force.  

 

 

1950 - De Havilland DH 114 Heron Srs. II D, Light Transport

 

Between 1950 and 1964 some 150 were build.  

 

 

1950 - De Havilland DH 115 Vampire T. Mk 55, Trainer

 

Ther Vampire T is the two seat trainig version of the first jet fighter/bomber of the RAF. A radar equipped night fighter was developed from the Vampire T.  

 

 

1952 - De Havilland Dh 108 Swallow, Experimental supersonic aircraft

 

 

 

 

1956 - De Havilland DH 110 Sea Vixen F. AW Mk 2, Carrier based fighter bomber

 

The Sea Vixen is a fighter bomber to be based on the british aircraft carriers. Some 150 were build. They were replaced by Phantom IIs.  

 

 

1956 - De Havilland DH 113 Vampire Nightfighter Mk. 10, Night fighter

 

 

 

 

1962 - De Havilland DH 121 Trident, Airliner

 

The Trident was designed to follow the Vickers Viscount as one of the standard airliners of the BEA. The Trident was developed to some different Versions. Some 94 of the various versions were build.  

 

 

1968 - De Havilland Nimrod AEW Mk 3, Airliner

 

The Comet was the first jet airliner ever. After some crashes that originated in material stress, the Comet was redesigned and was as the Comet 4 in service up to the late 70ies. The Comet is the platform for the sea surveillance system Nimrod too.  

 

       

 

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