de Havilland DH112 Veneno
|Tipo de||Monomotor de jet|
|Busque||Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, UK|
|Descripción||Álbum de 20 fotos de paseo alrededor de la de "de Havilland DH112 Veneno"|
Galería de fotos de un de Havilland DH112 Veneno, The de Havilland DH 112 Venom was a British postwar single-engined jet aircraft developed from the de Havilland Vampire. It served with the Royal Air Force as a single-seat fighter-bomber and two-seat night fighter. The Venom was an interim between the first generation of British jet fighters – straight-wing aircraft powered by centrifugal flow engines such as the Gloster Meteor and the Vampire and later swept wing, axial flow-engined designs such as the Hawker Hunter and de Havilland Sea Vixen. The Venom was successfully exported, and saw service with Iraq, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland and Venezuela. The Sea Venom was a navalised version for carrier operation.