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from home site to De Havilland aircraft and after we know DH-117 ,we know all designs

to this company from DH-1 pusher aircraft to DH-130 supersonic ailiner,except four designs :-

1-DH-69
2-DH-107
3-DH-109
4-DH-111

can you identify them ?.
 
DH-69 : high performence two-seat day bomber.Design study 1927

DH-107 : proposed development of the DH-100 Vampire.Eventually
became the Venom.
DH-109 : four-engined airliner.Design study only

DH-111 : Jet bomber adaption of the Comet 1.Air Ministry
Spec. B35/46 proposed in May 1948.

no illustrations.

Source : Planemakers:3 "De Havilland" Philip J.Britles
Jane's Publishing Company ,Ltd .London 1984.
 
DH-111 Tony Butlers Secret British Projects 1 gratia
 
From my dear lark,

some of little known aircraft and projects to this company:
DH-7 :single seat fighter with Rolls-Royce Falcon,project.
DH-8 :gun-armed pusher biplane fighter,project.
DH-17 :twin engined 16-passenger airliner project.
DH-19 Project for two seat cabin biplane with Rolls-Royce
Falcon III.
DH-20 Project for single seat sport biplane with ABC Wasp
radial engine.
 
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Hi,
all those aircraft from my dear lark,
DH-21 Project for civil transport aircraft with two engined geared to
single propeller.
DH-22 Project for biplane with pusher engine mounted above the
wings.
DH-23 Project for four seat biplane flying boat,powered by 350 hp
Napier Lion engine.
DH-24 Project for development of DH-18 with Napier Lion engine.
DH-25 Project for ten-passenger biplane with three 400 hp Liberty
12s geared to single propeller.
 
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Hi,

DH-26 Project for cantilever monoplane transport with 350 hp
Siddeley Puma engine.
DH-28 Project for troop carrier biplane with 1000 hp Napier Cub
engine.
DH-30 Project for DH-29 development as reconnaissance aircraft.
DH-31 Project for reconnaissnace biplane with 450 hp Napier Lion
engine.
DH-32 Project for eight-passenger biplane transport with 360 hp
Rolls-Royce Eagle engine.
 
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Hi,

DH-33 Project for fleet fighter with radial engine.
DH-35 Project for two seat corps reconnaissnce biplane with As Jaguer engine.
DH-36 Project for coastal defence torpedo bomber.
DH-38 Project for general purpose military biplane with 450 hp Napier Lion engine.
DH-39 Project for development of DH-38 with 360 hp Rolls-Royce Eagle VII engine.
 
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Hi,

DH-40 Project for development of DH-39 for forestry patrol.
DH-41 Project for two seat reconnaissance version of DH-38.
DH-43 Project for freighter biplane with 400 hp Liberty engine.
DH-44 Project for civil transport with Siddeley Puma engine.
DH-45 Project for torpedo bomber biplane with two 450 hp
Napier Lion engines.
 
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Hi,

DH-46 Project for ultra-light singlr seat sports monoplane.
DH-47 Project for single seat low wing glider.
DH-48 Project for forestry patrol biplane with 200 hp Wolseley
Viper engine.
DH-49 Project for modernised DH-9A reconnaissance bomber
with 370 hp Eagle IX.
DH-55 Project for DH-54 development wit three 120 hp Airdisco
aircooled engines.
 
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Hi,

DH-57 Project for development of DH-55 with three 230 hp Siddeley
Puma engines.
DH-58 Project for 20-passenger development of DH-57 with three
450 hp Napier Lion engines.
DH-59 Project for transport biplane.
DH-62 Project for eight passenger transport aircraft with two 240 hp
Siddeley Puma engines.
DH-63 Project for four seat passenger biplane with two air taxi with
two 240 hp Siddeley Puma engines.
 
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Hi,

DH-64 Project for 14 passenger biplane with two 240 hp Siddeley Puma engines.
DH-68 Project for six passenger executive aircraft developed from DH-67.
DH-70 Project for army-co-operation biplane for Australian government.
DH-73 Project of development of DH-67 for high altitude surveys with two 300 hp ADC Nimbus water cooled inline engine.
DH-74 Project for development of DH-65A as four seat transport aircraft.
 
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Hi,

DH-76 Project for 20 passenger biplane airliner with three Bristol
Jupiter engines.
DH-78 Project for multi-engined transport aircraft.
DH-79 Project for multi-engined transport aircraft.
DH-97 Project for transport,certificated of airworthiness application
made on July 27,1939.
DH-99 Project for twin engined light civil aircraft.
 
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Hi,

DH-99 :re-allocated to project for DH-98 development with Napier Sabre NS.19 engines.
DH-100 Project for civil aircraft certificate of airworthiness application made on May 27,1940.
DH-101 Project based on DH-98 with Rolls-Royce Griffons to Spec. B11/41.
DH-102 Project based on DH-101 as lower powered night bomber to Spec. B4/42.
DH-105 Project for three seat low wing primary trainer to Spec. T23/43.
 
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Hi,

DH-118 Project for 120 passenger airliner with four 17,000 Ib st
Rolls-Royce Conways.
DH-119 Project for airliner with four Rolls-Royce Avons.
DH-120 Project for airliner.
DH-122 Project for DH-121 development.
DH-123 Project for 36 passenger airliner with two rear mounted
turbofans.
 
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Hi,

DH-124 Project for twin jet airliner.
DH-126 Project for 35-50 passenger airliner with two rear mounted
turbofans.
DH-127 and DH-128 Projects for military transport aircraft.
DH-130 Project for supersonic airliner.
 
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A very strange,

DH-127 :re-allocated to delta wing strike/reconnaissance aircraft
for Spec. OR.346.
DH-128 :re-allocated to a derivative version of DH-127 also for
Spec. OR.346.
 
Hi,

DH.117 - Supersonic all-weather fighter project for F.155T
 
I have now a complete list of De Havilland designs from the Airco D.H.1 to the Hawker Siddeley H.S.147, except for two numbers:
  • D.H.13 (which was apparently skipped by the company)
  • D.H.138 (or maybe H.S.138) (which I have not managed to identify)
Any help on the latter would be MUCH appreciated!
 
Hi Stargazer,


after De Havilland absorbed by Hawker Siddeley group,the designation
D.H. was given instead off it,the H.S. designation.
 
hesham said:
after De Havilland absorbed by Hawker Siddeley group,the designation D.H. was given instead off it,the H.S. designation.

I know that, but some projects were started under D.H. and therefore can be found under both names, such as the 121, 125, 136 and 146...
 
Hi Stargazer,


the DH-130 was the last De Havilland design,and for the DH-136 and DH-146,we
can say,formally we can say DH-136,but the official design is HS.136,that is for
example.
 
Hi,


DH-122 :was re-allocated to 6/11 seater executive transport project,
looks like DH Dove,powered by two turboprop engines.


DH-123 :was re-allocated to small executive aircraft based on
Vampire trainer,with six-seat capacity,later transfer to USA Jetcraft
Co. as MJ.11.
 

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I have DH-122 as a competitor of the VC-10 and DH-123 as a twin engine high wing passenger aircraft, not unlike the Fokker F-27, that was abandoned in favour of the Avro 748.
I know Hesham says 're-allocated' in both instances but where does this information come from. How reliable is that reference source?

As far as the Jet Craft MJ-II (note the Roman numerals) is concerned, I found the following in Flight International 29 May 1969, page 892, reporting on the 1969 Paris Air Show: "Jet Craft Ltd Las Vegas (US 25, S) The stand displays models of the 17-seater twin GE CJ-610-6 MJ-III Mystery Jet commuter and corporate aircraft and Six-Seater R-R Viper 522-powered MJ-II jet—de Havilland Vampire T.55 derivatives. Jet Craft's MJ-T1 two-seater trainer (a Goblinpowered modification of the Vampire T.11 by Marshall of Cambridge (Engineering) is shown in the aircraft park and will be demonstrated." The page also has a picture of the mock-up of the MJ-III but I cannot duplicate that. Maybe somebody got better software.
 
Jos Heyman said:
The page also has a picture of the mock-up of the MJ-III but I cannot duplicate that. Maybe somebody got better software.

I'm quite we have a topic on the Jet-Craft series somewhere but I can't find it using "Jet-Craft" in the search engine! I prefer not to post pics here (including the MJ-III mockup) because it would be off-topic... If someone could kindly point to the dedicated thread where the Jet-Craft series is discussed, we could have a link to it from here. Thanks.
 
My dears,


the source is the book, Stuck on the Drawing Board.
 

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Jemiba said:
Perhaps we should rename it to "Jet-Craft Projects" or something like that.

Perhaps not, since the topic also mentions another bizjet derivative that had nothing to do with Jet-Craft.

A middle solution could be to rename it "Jet-Craft and other DH Vampire executive jet projects"...

done this way
 
Here is a DH document from my past (1958/9) that I have not seen posted. It covers many DH types up to DH 113.
 

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BillRo said:
Here is a DH document from my past (1958/9) that I have not seen posted. It covers many DH types up to DH 113.

Thank you BillRo.
 
This may not be appropriate within this 'Designation' section (Mods please feel free to delete).

I was looking around for a listing of British Dec 1923-Jan 1948 B Class registration number and couldn't find one - many such numbers are available online but not pulled together into a list. So, I have compiled such a list for de Havilland (which was assigned the 'B' class letter 'E').

Here's the problem. How B Class numbers were to be assigned was left up to each company. De Havilland simply 'recycled' their registration numbers as airframes gained full civil registration, military serials, were written off, etc. So, finding an example B Class registration number is hard. But how to determine if you've got them all?

A note on style. In most cases, de Havilland B Class registrations were painted on airframes as 'E.1.', etc., a full-stop between the 'E' and number and after the numeral. The only exception I've seen is 'E.8' on a D.H.94 Moth Minor.

Related is another series of larger numbers. Examples found are E-0222, E-0226, E-0232, E-0234, and E-0235. Does anyone know why there were two series of 'E' numbers? Or can anyone add to the 'E' numbers list below? (I am especially curious about the 'missing' E.15.)

De Havilland Aircraft B Class Registration Numbers

E.1. = D.H.80 Puss Moth prototype (later G-AAHZ)
E.1. = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (later N6791, D-EDYM)
E.1. = D.H.85 Leopard Moth prototype (later G-ACHD)
E.1. = D.H.87A Hornet Moth (later G-ADIR, RAF W9387)
E.1. = D.H.87B Hornet Moth (tricycle?)
E.1. = D.H.88 Comet prototype (later G-ACSP)
E.1. = D.H.88 Comet (later G-ACSS)
E.1. = D.H.88 Comet (later F-ANPZ)
E.1. = D.H.94 Moth Minor prototype
E.1. = D.H.94 Moth Minor (later E-0236, G-AFOJ)

E.2. = D.H.60M Metal Moth (later G-AAWU/VT-AEW)
E.2. = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (later Persian AF P124)
E.2. = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (RAF T5541, later D-EDUN)
E.2. = D.H.86 Express (later G-ACPL, RAF HK844)
E.2. = D.H.92 Dragonfly (later G-ADNA, RAF X9452)
E.2. = D.H.91 Albatross first prototype (later G-AEVV)
E.2. = D.H.91 Albatross airliner prototype (G-AFDI)
E.2. = D.H.94 Moth Minor

E.3. = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (later Persian AF P125)
E.3. = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (RAF DE482, D-EDAN, D-EDAM, D-EHHT)
E.3. = D.H.88 Comet (later G-ADEF)
E.3. = D.H.90 Dragonfly prototype (later G-ADNA)
E.3. = D.H.91 Albatross mail carrier prototype (G-AEVW)
E.3. = D.H.92 Dolphin (later G-AEMX)
E.3. = D.H.94 Moth Minor (later G-AFRD)
E.3. = D.H.93 Don prototype (photographic evidence)
E.3. = TK.2 (De Havilland Technical School) prototype (G-ADNO)

E.4. = D.H.94 Puss Moth (later G-AFRD)
E.4. = D.H.60T Moth Trainer (later G-ABKS)
E.4. = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (later N6779, D-EDON)
E.4. = D.H.84 Dragon II (later G-ADOS, RAF HM569)
E.4. = TK.4 (DH Technical School), (later G-AETK)

E.5. = D.H.60T Moth Trainer prototype (later G-ABKU)
E.5. = D.H.60T Moth Trainer prototype (later G-ABKU)
E.5. = D.H.60T Moth Trainer (G-ABNJ, SwAF Fv6562)
E.5. = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (RAF T5823, D-EDES)
E.5. = D.H.91 Albatross ex-E.3. (K8619, G-AEVW, AX904)

E.6. = D.H.84 Tiger Moth prototype (later G-ABRC)
E.6. = D.H.84A Tiger Moth (RAF T7356, D-EDUM, G-ASPZ, D-EMSY)
E.6. = D.H.87 Hornet Moth prototype (later G-ACTA)
E.6. = D.H.89 Dragon Six prototype (later CH-287)
E.6. = D.H.94 Moth Minor (later E-0226)
E.6. = D.H.94 Moth Minor (later G-AFSD, VT-AMF, VP-CAG, NP490, VP-KDB)

E.7. = D.H.81A Swallow Moth prototype (mod. from unreg. D.H.81)
E.7. = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (later N6805, D-EDY)
E.7. = D.H.94 Moth Minor (later G-AGAM, VT-AMD, RAF HX796)
E.7. = TK.2 (DH Technical School) ex-E.3., later E-0235, G-ADNO)

E.8. = D.H.84A Tiger Moth (RAF DF203, D-EDAS, OY-DGH)
E.8 == D.H.94 Moth Minor
E.8. = D.H.80A Puss Moth (later G-ACYT, RAF ES920)

E.9. = D.H.84 Dragon prototype (later G-ACAN)

E.10 = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (RAF T6746, D-EDAM)
E.10 = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (RAF DF131, D-EDEN)
E.10 = D.H.83 Fox Moth (later G-ACRK, VH-UBB)
E.10 = D.H.95 Flamingo (RAF R2765)

E.11 = D.H.84 Tiger Moth III, DH Gipsy Major IIA

E.12 = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (RAF DE459, D-EDIM, D-EHYB, N459DE)

E.13 = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (RAF DE153, D-EDOM, OY-DYJ, D-EBKT)

E.14 = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (RAF NL971, D-EDEM, PH-III)

E.14 = D.H.94 Moth Minor (later G-AGAO, VT-AMG)

E.15 = (??)

E.16 = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (RAF DE970, G-AOBJ, D-EBIG, N10RM, G-AOBJ)
E.16 = D.H.95 Flamingo (later G-AGAZ, RAF AE444)

E.17 = D.H.82A Tiger Moth (RAF T6904, G-AOBR, D-EDAR)
E.17 = D.H.95 Flamingo (later G-AFYK)

_________________________________

E-0222 = D.H.89A Rapide (later G-AKJS)

E-0226 = D.H.94 Moth Minor (ex-E.6)

E-0232 = D.H.93 Don (ex-L2412, propeller tests?)
E-0233 = D.H. ?
E-0234 = D.H.98 Mosquito prototype (later W4050)
E-0235 = TK.2 (DH Technical School) ex-E.3., ex-E.7. (later G-ADNO)
E-0236 = D.H.94 Moth Minor (ex-E.1., later G-AFOJ)
 
I was looking around for a listing of British Dec 1923-Jan 1948 B Class registration number and couldn't find one - many such numbers are available online but not pulled together into a list. So, I have compiled such a list for de Havilland (which was assigned the 'B' class letter 'E').
You might want to maybe get hold of a copy of this? https://www.air-britain.co.uk/actbooks/acatalog/UnderBConditions--144.html
I haven't got a copy yet so can't tell you if it has all of DH's E. numbers, but I'm sure it will have a comprehensive listing.
 
I was looking around for a listing of British Dec 1923-Jan 1948 B Class registration number and couldn't find one - many such numbers are available online but not pulled together into a list. So, I have compiled such a list for de Havilland (which was assigned the 'B' class letter 'E').
You might want to maybe get hold of a copy of this? https://www.air-britain.co.uk/actbooks/acatalog/UnderBConditions--144.html
I haven't got a copy yet so can't tell you if it has all of DH's E. numbers, but I'm sure it will have a comprehensive listing.

Cheers Hood! So, this work has already been tackled ... and comprehensively too from the look.

A lovely summary of what 'B' reg are/were in your link too:

"B-Conditions identity markings have been applied to British aircraft used for experimental purposes and flight testing since their introduction in 1929. They are neither a civil registration nor a military serial number. They provide an identity to aircraft which do not yet have a Certificate of Airworthiness and are used prior to being placed on the civil or military aircraft register."
 
From, De Havilland (Planemakers 3).
 

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Here is a DH document from my past (1958/9) that I have not seen posted. It covers many DH types up to DH 113.
Interestingly the list that BillRo posted marks the DH.61 as the model name of Canberra, but most sources put this as the Giant Moth. Meanwhile the DH.72 is not given a name at all, whereas this is the real Canberra according to most sources.
 

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