de Havilland DH.104 Περιστέρι
de Havilland DH.104 Dove
ΧώραΗνωμένο βασίλειο
ΡόλοΑεροσκάφος μικρών αποστάσεων
Πρώτη πτήση25 September 1945
Χτισμένο544

Teh de Havilland DH.104 Περιστέρι is a British short-haul airliner developed and manufactured by de Havilland. The design, which was a monoplane successor to the pre-war Dragon Rapide biplane, came about from the Brabazon Committee report which, amongst other aircraft types, called for a British-designed short-haul feeder for airline.

Πηγή: de Havilland DH.104 Dove στη Wikipedia

De Havilland DH.104 ‘Dove’ Walk Around
ΦωτογράφοςΟντρέι Σκάρκα
ΕντοπισμούΑγνοώ
Φωτογραφίες16
Wait, Searching de Havilland DH.104 Dove for you…

Αγόρασέ μου έναν καφέΑγόρασέ μου έναν καφέ

Σχετικά κιτ:

de Havilland Dove Plane dh 104 Dove Aircraft Pullover Hoodie - Amazon

Βρείτε κιτ στο eBay:

Αναζήτηση στο eBay
Αναζητήστε αυτό που χρειάζεστε, Προτείνουμε αυτό, αλλά εσείς αποφασίζετε

Δείτε επίσης:

Β 'Παγκόσμιος Πόλεμος: Η οριστική οπτική ιστορία από το Blitzkrieg στην ατομική βόμβα (DK Definitive Visual Histories) - Amazon Δεύτερος Παγκόσμιος Πόλεμος Χάρτης ανά χάρτη (DK History Map by Map) - Amazon

Περισσότερες πληροφορίες:

The de Havilland DH.104 Dove was a British short-haul airliner developed and manufactured by de Havilland. It was a monoplane successor to the prewar de Havilland Dragon Rapide biplane. The design came about from the Brabazon Committee report which, amongst other aircraft types, called for a British-designed short-haul feeder for airlines.
The Dove first flew on 25 September 1945 and entered production in 1946. It was one of Britain’s most successful postwar civil designs, with over 500 aircraft being built until 1967. The Dove had a metal structure and featured innovations such as constant-speed propellers, flaps, and a retractable tricycle undercarriage. It could carry between eight and eleven passengers in a comfortable cabin that could be easily converted between different seating configurations.
The Dove was also widely used by military operators, such as the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy, who designated it as the Devon and the Sea Devon respectively. Several overseas military forces also operated the Dove for transport and communication purposes. A longer four-engined development of the Dove, intended for use in less developed areas of the world, was the Heron. A redesigned three-engined variant of the Dove was built in Australia as the de Havilland Australia DHA-3 Drover.

Θεάσεις : 124

Τα σχόλια είναι κλειστά.