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Photo ID: 2424144
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Marshalls Flying Services
De Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide
Manchester - Barton (EGCB)
UK - England, May 1949
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G-AHED (cn 6944) Marshalls of Cambridge operated this Dragon Rapide on charter flights between April 1946 and April 1961. It is visiting Barton with Lancashire Aero Club's Auster G-AHHX in the background and the prewar airport hotel at top left.
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Photo ID: 2413551
Views: 1035
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De Havilland DH-89 Dragon Rapide
Tehran - Ghale Morghi (OIIG)
Iran, July 1936
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EP-AAA (cn 6321) Father and Son are inspecting newly delivered Dragon Rapides of the Iranian Ministry of Posts, Telegraphs and Telephones in the heart of Iranian aviation history, the No.1 Hangar of Ghale Morghi airport, first airport of Middle East and Iran. Their Majesties Reza Pahlavi (the Father) and Mohammad-Reza Pahlavi (The Son) were two mighty kings of Iran, they saved Iran and rebuilt it and also developed the aviation industry of the country. God bless them.
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Photo ID: 2404029
Views: 208
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Allied Airways (Gandar Dower)
De Havilland DH-89 Dragon Rapide
Off-Airport - Manchester
UK - England, April 22, 2008
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G-ADAH (cn 6278) On static display in the Air and Space Hall at the Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester. The Dragon Rapide is a twin-engined biplane airliner capable of carrying 8 passengers on short-haul routes. The type first flew on 17th April 1934 and is powered by two 200hp de Havilland Gipsy-six air cooled in line engines mounted in front of lower wings. The max take off weight is 5,550lb with a top speed of 157 mph. The wingspan is 48ft, range 556 miles (Canon 350D + Sigma 10-20 EX DC HSM, Speedlight 430EX)
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Photo ID: 2392639
Views: 1968
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Lancashire Aircraft Corporation
De Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, April 20, 1948
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G-AKNV (cn 6458) LAC's Rapide is refuelling at the right. The 1938-built terminal and hangar has 'Manchester Ringway' marked on its roof. '28' on the Control Tower tells pilots of non-radio equipped aircraft of the runway in use. Also visible are an Aer Lingus Dakota, two Miles Geminis and a dark Percival Proctor.
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Photo ID: 2375967
Views: 657
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Newman Airways
De Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide
Liverpool - John Lennon (Speke) (LPL / EGGP)
UK - England, March 26, 1949
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G-AKPA (cn 6709) Built in 1944 for the RAF as HG724. Registered G-AKPA in January 1948 with Newman Airways, a charter firm based at Croydon, and operated until March 1951. To EI-AML in June 1962.
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Photo ID: 2288032
Views: 1022
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De Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide
Toussus-le-Noble (TNF / LFPN)
France, June 4, 1971
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F-BHGR (cn 6844) Built in 1945 and operated as NR756 by the Royal Navy. Sold as G-AOAO in 1955. To France as F-BHGR in 1956. CofA expired in October 1971. Later stored and extant dismantled in 2002.
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Photo ID: 2285225
Views: 1034
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De Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide
Coventry - Baginton (CVT / EGBE)
UK - England, May 22, 1971
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G-AEML (cn 6337) Built in 1936 for Wrightways of Croydon. Impressed into the RAF as X9450 in 1940. Postwar operated for many years by Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft as an executive plane. Sold to Spain in 2008 and displayed at Cuatro Vientos.
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Photo ID: 2281497
Views: 783
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Lancashire Aircraft Corporation
De Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, April 15, 1950
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G-AGOJ (cn 6850) Built in April 1945 and served Lancashire Aircraft Corporation, based at Blackpool (Squires Gate), from July 1948 until February 1955.
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Photo ID: 2275793
Views: 1112
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Western Airways
De Havilland DH-89 Dragon Rapide
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, July 1939
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G-AFSO (cn 6445) Delivered to Western Airways in May 1939. Operated on their scheduled service from Weston-super-Mare via Birmingham to Ringway. Destroyed in France on 31 May 1940. Obtained over 50 years ago.
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Photo ID: 2267046
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BEA - British European Airways
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Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, April 1947
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G-AGUP (cn 6911) Built for RAF as NR847. Converted for civilian use in August 1945 for Isle of Man Air Services as G-AGUP. Airline taken over by BEA on 1 February 1947. Used on services from Ringway to Blackpool and Isle of Man. The 1938 terminal is in the background.
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