Decorated in an attractive white, silver and royal blue colour scheme to the upper wings and fuselage, the underside is painted silver. The clear canopy reveals the cockpit and instrument panel detail in grey and the passenger area in light tan.
The De Havilland Devon was a military variant of the De Havilland Dove, a short-haul airliner developed in 1946 and one of the most successful post-war aircraft. With capacity for 8 – 11 people, the aircraft was powered by two De Havilland Gypsy Queen engines. The DH 104 C1 military version was produced especially for the RAF for transport and communication duties and it is in this role we see it here.
Decorated in an attractive white, silver and royal blue colour scheme to the upper wings and fuselage, the underside is painted silver. The clear canopy reveals the cockpit and instrument panel detail in grey and the passenger area in light tan. Even the propeller spinners are given a royal blue finish. The RAF markings and WB 534 identity round off a very attractive example of this sleek aircraft.
All prices include UK VAT at the current rate
ALL Countries except those in the United Kingdom do not pay UK VAT.
You are responsible for import duties ( Tarriff Charges) if applicable , Your own countries VAT/Purchase Tax demands and any collection fees for these and any and all other additional fees which may or may not apply.
We accept the following methods of payment
VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, DEBIT CARD, PAYPAL, AMAZONE PAYMENTS AND BACS
No customer payment details are held on any part of the Flightstore system. We use encrypted PCI Compliant world banking services for your security.
As such existing customers will be able to retrieve their address details but are required to re-enter their payment details each time. Please see the terms and and conditions of Worldpay, Sagepay, Paypal and Amazon for futher clarification if required