Star-crossed beauty . . . the De Havilland Comet.

De Havilland Comet first jet airliner of the world. British aviation had fantastic designs during Cold War, in my humble opinion.

de Havilland Venoms FB.1 of 14 Squadron, RNZAF, based at RAF Tengh Singapore, powering up during operation "Firedog" in Malay, Oct.1956

Mass cart start: de Havilland Venoms of 14 Squadron, RNZAF, based at RAF Tengh Singapore…

The DH-108, the first British aircraft to break the sound barrier. With german captured aerodynamics data...

de Havilland DH 108 "Swallow", experimental aircraft, the first British aircraft to break the sound barrier

Modified Sea Vixen refueling a Scimitar on special Ops off of HMS Victorious “somewhere” in Far East, 1961

“ Modified Sea Vixen refueling a Scimitar on special Ops off of HMS Victorious “somewhere” in Far East, 1961 ”

De Havilland DH.89 and DH.90 at the 2008 'Flying Legends' air show in Duxford, UK.

De Havilland and at the 2008 'Flying Legends' air show in Duxford, UK. Flew in one of these once!

De Havilland DH-93 Don

Dehavilland - because all light aircraft need a gun turret

A pair of 80 Squadron Hornet F3s out of Hong Kong and over the South China Sea in the 1950s.

de Havilland Hornet out of Hong Kong and over the South China Sea in the

De Havilland Caribou

This is not a landing - this is a low-speed low pass while maintaining a remarkable nose-down attitude - Photo taken at Avalon (Geelong) (AVV / YMAV) in Victoria, Australia on March

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