De Havilland Dominie DH 89

Military version of the Rapide Dragon from 1934. The aircraft performed excellently during World War II, especially in its training role. Used for this purpose and as a post-war liaison device for the Air Force. It was sold in the early 1950s.


Wingspan 14.63 m

Length 10.52 m

Height 3.32 m

Engine 2 Gipsy Six of 200 HP

Maximum speed 251 Km/h

Cruising speed 211 Km/h

Range 900 km

Ceiling 5,100 m

Empty weight 1.466 Kg

Loaded weight 2.500 Kg

Number in service 7

Registration D-1 to D-7

1st commissioning 01 Apr ’47

Decommissioned in 1953