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Dragon Rapides in front of Qantas Hangar at Charleville
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Dragon Rapides in front of Qantas Hangar at Charleville Queensland
This picture was taken in October 1936 immediately after assembly by Qantas at Brisbane
NAC, remains of DH-89 at Rotorua Airport, New Zealand after being destroyed by fire, 15,Jan,1950
A much later arrival was Rapide VH-IAN, seen at an airshow at Berwick Vic in February 1975 Photo by Geoff Goodall
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G-AHGF at Brisbane-Eagle farm on its delivery flight to NZ, April 1954. Photo by Gus Gruelke
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Cootamundra NSW 1958, red and cream. Photo by Ben Dannecker
Guinea Airways hangar at Parafield in July 1940 with Rapides VH-UVI & VH-ADE. Photo: John O'Leary collection
The de Havilland TK.4 was designed by the de Havilland Technical School to be
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De Havilland 4 (Airco DH.4) two seat day bomber / reconnaissance biplane
This aircraft was the first of Connellan Airways' six Rapides and the last to be retired. Eddie Connellan's compilation of his fleet list quotes VH-BKR as ...
RAAF Rapide A3-1. Photo: Neville Parnell collection
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Connellan Airways' DH.89 Rapide VH-AHI at Timber Creek airstrip NT, parked beside a boab tree which provided the only shade for waiting passengers.
Qantas VH-EAB (1) Lockheed L-749A-79 Constellation (c
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Cairns 1958 with fuselage roundel "QATB Cairns Centre". Photo by Allan Fraser via Maurice Austin collection
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... Pilot Lester Brain inspects the smooth pre-formed ply fuselage of the new Dragonfly. Both heading photographs: Qantas, via Frank Walters collection
Compiled by Geoff Goodall
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1944 de Havilland DH89a Dragon Rapide 6 at Kemble Airfield, Gloucestershire, England. British
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VH-UTJ painted in camouflage while in Qantas service in outback Queensland circa 1943, with QEA Captain Bill Forgan-Smith. Photo: Qantas via Geoff Goodall ...
G-AJSL at Staverton in September 1965. Photo by Ian MacFarlane
Maylands Aerodrome, Perth in a new colour scheme while with Shell. Photo: Geoff Goodall collection
Resultado de imagen de museo del aire
Parts exchanged in return for a new-build fuselage constructed by Mothcair for Sinclair's Dragon project
Qantas Boeing 737-838 VH-XZP "James Strong" - Also known as
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QantasLink (Sunstate Airlines) Q300 arriving at Brisbane Type: DHC-8-315
Two Rapide air ambulance aircraft at RAF Hendon, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom circa Aug 1940 Source Imperial War Museum
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De Havilland Rapide. The Prince of Wales personal plane back in 1934. Got to
VH-ASU in a TAA hangar at Eage Farm. Brisbane in 1952. Photo by Eddie Coates
showing the new aircraft at Brisbane prior to Qantas markings being painted on the nose.
VH-UTJ painted in camouflage while in Qantas service in outback Queensland circa 1943, with QEA Captain Bill Forgan-Smith. Photo: Qantas via Geoff Goodall ...
68, Sections of Dragon VH-AMO were still stored in rafters of the Catholic Mission hangar at Madang
Formating on another QEA Dragon in New Guinea. Len McNeil collection via Greg Weir
Refuelling at an outback airfield pre-war, now with cheat lines added to the fuselage sides. "Qantas Empire Airways Ltd" and "Dragonfly" on the nose.
View from the hangar roof at the original Cairns airfield on the tidal mudflats on the northern edge of town. VH-UXA on a shoe delivery run from Sydney has ...
A34-65 at De Havilland Aircraft's works at Mascot Airport, Sydney undergoing complete overhaul during 1944.
VH-BAH at Cloncurry Qld 1948 on Qantas outback Queensland services. The Collection p1234-2000
Identity of this apparently undamaged Dragon being burnt for fire practice in New Guinea
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Archerfield circa 1946 "Aircrafts Proprietary Limited" on the nose, APL emblem on the rudder, and curtains in
Dragon Rapide
Being inspected by the locals at a remote location in Northern Territory. Robert Millburn collection
Atmospheric John Hopton photograph of VH-UVC at Moorabbin in February 1962 after its latest rebuild. It is parked at the pine trees next to the CFS hangar, ...
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The only photo of VH-FDA found so far. The Dragon is in the foreground at an airshow at Broken Hill NSW circa
Struck-off RAF charge
Outside Adastra Airways' Mascot hangar in 1938, "Royal Mail" on the nose. Photo: Frank Walters collection
Forrest WA outside the West Australian Airways hangar. In the cockpit is Mollie Woods, newly-married to. WAA Chief Pilot Jimmy Woods, who was then based at ...
The interior of the De Havilland DH.61 showing four passengers in the eight passenger capacity cabin. QANTAS 1929
Outside Adastra Airways' Mascot hangar in 1938, "Royal Mail" on the nose. Photo: Frank Walters collection
Moorabbin 1954 while flying aerial survey for Brown & Dureau Ltd. Photo by Eddie Coates
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Essendon 1935 with Royal Victorian Aero Club badge on fuselage and stripes on the rudder. Photo courtesy Civil Aviation Historical Society
Repainted as G-AEDT Endeavour, seen at Mount Isa, Queensland in December 1963 on the flight to England. Charles Masefield (left) and Lord Trefgarne.
This evocative Peter Keating photograph shows Proctor VH-BQP with Muir Aviation titles behind the MMA Anson VH-MMB, with Muir's Dragon VH-CPP and a visiting ...
Demonstrator Proctor 5 VH-ARV at the VIA's Essednon hangar in 1946. VIA were tustralian agents for Percival at he time. Photo: Neil Follett collection
The small size of the Swift made it eassy to move out of a hangar. Wagga 1960. Photo by Ben Dannecker
Parafield SA March 1963 fresh crimson paint job, on arrival for Bob Burnett-Read. Photo by Geoff Goodall
Refuelling at Bendigo, Victoria on 17 December 1931. Photo: Maurice Austin collection
Aero Pelican's VH-UXS escorted 4 Royal Newcastle Aero Club Chipmunks on a goodwill flight to Tasmania in 1957. Norm Weeding's photo at Cambridge Airport, ...
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RAAF Station Canberra was named RAAF Fairbairn. Post-war the Department of Civil Aviation registered one of their DC-3s as VH-JVF in recognition of ...
The small size of the Swift made it eassy to move out of a hangar. Wagga 1960. Photo by Ben Dannecker
Jandakot 1980, after restoration as VH-FEP. Photo by Wally Civitico
Parafield SA March 1963 fresh crimson paint job, on arrival for Bob Burnett-Read. Photo by Geoff Goodall
Moorabbin February 1955, "Proctor Mk.4" painted on the cowling in front of the Governor General's coat of arms a recent silver respray having changed the ...
home for a major restoration effort. Photo by Geoff Goodall
Omaka NZ April 2016 showing the excellent progress. Photo by Graham Orphan
This evocative Peter Keating photograph shows Proctor VH-BQP with Muir Aviation titles behind the MMA Anson VH-MMB, with Muir's Dragon VH-CPP and a visiting ...
Cowra Auto Museum, June 1972. Photo by Neville Parnell
G-AGTB at Camden NSW 1948, hangar still camouflaged from the war. Robert Wiseman collection
Bankstown 1955, with port undercarriage fairings removed. Photo by Eddie Coates