De Havilland

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of de Havilland, Key.Aero is launching a special week of bespoke videos on September 21 that pays homage to a true aviation pioneer. From the humble beginnings of the Humming Bird and the ground-breaking Hornet Moth, through to the staggering engineering of the DH88 Comet and mighty Mosquito, this video series charts both the aircraft and the fascinating details that form the history of one of Britain's most iconic aircraft manufacturers. 

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After two Comet jetliners plunged into the Mediterranean Sea...

The first flight of the de Havilland Comet

On July 27, 1949, the world’s first pressurised commercial jet airliner made its first flight. Four years later, this revolutionary aircraft would be flying the Queen.

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The DHC Chipmunk 22

After 70 years, de Havilland’s trusty training aircraft is still going strong. We went to The Shuttleworth Collection to watch them take theirs out

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de Havilland Heron: Long-lasting Feederliner

The Heron was a pioneering commuter aircraft...

Video tour: The Shuttleworth Collection

Video tour: The Shuttleworth Collection

The Sir Geoffrey de Havilland Flying Scholarship

The Sir Geoffrey de Havilland Flying Scholarship is now open for applications.

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Oscar Garden made an epic solo flight from England to Australia in 1930...

New dawn for the Dash

De Havilland Aircraft of Canada purchased the Dash 8 in mid-2019....

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Glory Days - de Havilland Moths

FlyPast showcases select examples of de Havilland’s peerless Moth series...

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The varied life of Peter Vacher’s beautiful ex- National Benzole...