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de Havilland Flamingo

DH.95 Flamingo (Source Wikipedia)
Lady of Glamis the former King's Flight Flamingo circa 1943

The Flamingo was a twin-engined civil airliner developed by de Havilland, led by their newly appointed chief designer R. E. Bishop, and was the first all-metal stressed-skin aircraft built by the company; only the control surfaces were fabric covered.

It was powered by two 890 hp Bristol Perseus XIIIC air-cooled radial engines driving three-bladed D.H hydromatic variable-pitch propellers. Two pilots were seated side by side with a radio operator behind them in the cockpit, with the cabin accommodating 12"17 passengers. It had a retractable undercarriage, slotted flaps, and was considered a highly promising sales prospect for the company, capable of competing with the American Douglas DC-3 and Lockheed Model 10 Electra. The first prototype flew on 22 December 1938. Wikipedia

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Canadian Aircraft Losses (1)
last update: 2021-09-21 11:35:02

Flamingo R2510

s/n
 R2510

Known Squadron Assignments: ;24

last update: 2024-February-19
1940-October-23 KIFA RAF Pilot Officer George Grant 2023-09-09
1940-October-23 KIA RAF Flight Lieutenant Edward Charles Norman Jeffries 2021-02-25

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