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de Havilland C24
A one off autogiro built in 1931.

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de Havilland DH2


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de Havilland DH5


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de Havilland DH9


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de Havilland DH9a


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de Havilland Chipmunk DHC1
Designed and built by de Havilland Canada. Used by the RAF as an initial trainer.

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de Havilland Comet 4


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de Havilland DH88 Comet
The DH88 was designed, built and flown in a total time of nine months to enter and win the England to Australia MacRobertson Air Race in October 1934.

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de Havilland DH51
Miss Kenya.

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de Havilland DH53 Hummingbird


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de Havilland DH83 Fox Moth
Built as a light transport development of the Tiger Moth.

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de Havilland DH60g Gypsy Moth


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de Havilland DH60 Moth


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de Havilland DH60x Hermes Moth


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de Havilland DH80 Puss Moth


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de Havilland DH85 Leopard Moth


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de Havilland DH87 Hornet Moth


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de Havilland DH84 Dragon


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de Havilland DH89 Dragon Rapide
At the time of it's first flight it was called the Dragon Six as it was powered by two Gipsy Six engines. Nearly 200 were sold Worldwide before the outbreak of WWII. A military version was built and designated the DH89M.

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de Havilland DH90 Dragonfly


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de Havilland DH98 Mosquito
Designed as a high speed day bomber, later found rolls as night fighter, high altitude fighter, photo-reconnaissance and as a dual control trainer. The Mosquito at first unwanted by the Air Ministry later became an all round fighter/bomber.

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de Havilland DH94 Moth Minor
Single engined tandem seat monoplane. Built for civil use it was pressed into service by the RAF during WWII.

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de Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth
This was the 82nd of de Havilland's designs and was used as an initial trainer by the RAF during WWII.

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de Havilland DH82A Super Tiger Moth Super


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de Havilland DH100 Vampire
Single seat fighter.

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de Havilland DH104 Dove
Small airliner or executive aircraft.

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de Havilland DH110 Sea Vixen
Two-seat carrier borne all weather fighter.

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de Havilland DH112 Venom


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de Havilland DH114 Heron


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