de Havilland Mosquito

Mosquito veteran undertakes charity challenge

Former Mosquito pilot Colin Bell, now 102, is planning an abseil and sponsored walk to raise money for three charities close to his heart

Wartime Mosquito pilot to be Stow Maries guest of honour

Jim Dearlove, now 102, will appear at the Great War Aerodrome’s Propwash event on July 23

The People's Mosquito: what's the latest?

Airbus support announced as airframe build makes progress

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Luck or judgment? How RAF Mosquitos hit the Gestapo in Aarhus

The Aarhus raid by No 140 Wing’s Mosquitos — targeting Gestapo facilities in the Danish city — was a notable strategic success and a fine feat of airmanship. But its achievements owed something to good fortune as well

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Pathfinder pilot tells the story of the Mosquito's role in bursting German canals

A classic story from Aeroplane Monthly’s first issue

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What's it like to fly de Havilland's legendary Mosquito?

Last year, seasoned military pilot and FlyPast correspondent Luke Bimm had the opportunity to fly in the Military Aviation Museum’s immaculate de Havilland Mosquito. It proved an experience almost worth selling his soul for…

'Barn find' NZ Mosquito to perform first public engine runs

Merlins on ex-John Smith ‘Mossie’ to be powered up at Classic Fighters Omaka show

De Havilland Mosquito coming to Biggin Hill!

As 'FlyPast' was closing for press, news broke that a restored de Havilland Mosquito will be based at and flying from Biggin Hill!

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Mosquitos over Malta: vital intelligence-gathering flights for Operation 'Torch'

Without the intelligence obtained by the photo-recce Mosquitos of No 1 PRU, planning the Operation ‘Torch’ landings in North Africa would have been a more difficult proposition

Where do you find the wood for a Mosquito restoration?

Multi-national effort solves supply problem for Calgary museum ‘Mossie’ project