De Havilland and at the 2008 'Flying Legends' air show in Duxford, UK.
Dehavilland - because all light aircraft need a gun turret
de Havilland Hornet out of Hong Kong and over the South China Sea in the
Squadron aircraft at the Essendon Open Day. - Photo taken at Melbourne - Essendon (MEB / YMEN) in Victoria, Australia on November
'Wooden Wonder' The deadly De Havilland Mosquito (Mossie) - wartime_images
De Havilland Dragon Rapide G-AGJG 6517 Duxford - EGSU - a very pretty little aeroplane
Entering service in 1946 the De Havilland Vampire was Australia's first fighter jet and first jet trainer. Vampires in the RAAF used Rolls-Royce engines that were more powerful than the English models which were powered by the Goblin engines.
De Havilland Dominie G-AIDL / (cn Seen at the Shuttleworth Collection's July Wings & Wheels Air Display.
What I did in the Air Training Corps. Flight Experience at White Waltham in a Chipmunk.
Take a look at the stunning restoration of the world's only flying Mosquito,