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Interwar/Transport Airliners/de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie/Spain (Republicans)
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de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie

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DH.84
Unit: unknown
Serial: unknown

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: http://www.zi.ku.dk/personal/drnash/model/spain/

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de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie | Spain (Republicans) | DH.84
05/08/2013

DH.89
Unit: unknown
Serial: LR-003 (ex-French F-AQIN)

Escuela de Polimotores (Multiengine School), Totana (Murcia), April 1938. The Spanish Republicans managed to buy ten civilian Dragon Rapides from France during 1938. This one, with its French civilian registration (F-AQIN) still visible under the freshly painted red bands, is seen here as it appeared after delivery in April of 1938. (Camouflage: French civilian Aluminium finish).

Artist: © Justo Miranda
Source: 'Aviacion Mundial en Espana', Ingleses, Checos y Polacos, editorial Aldaba, 1985, Justo Miranda y Paula Mercado

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de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie | Spain (Republicans) | DH.89 | LR-003 (ex-French F-AQIN)
05/08/2013

DH.89
Unit: unknown
Serial: LR-007 (ex-French F-ARIK, 7)

Escuela de Polimotores [Multiengine School], Totana (Murcia), March-April 1939. The Republicans never fully standardized their air materiel. Right up to the end of the war they were using aircraft with mixed civilian-military codes, like this one. The last number of its FARE (Fuerzas Aereas de la Republica Espanola) code is carried on the fin of this Dragon Rapide used in the so-called Great Escape of Republican personalities to Algeria in 1939. (Camouflage: Verde Oscuro with Azul Medio undersurfaces).

Artist: © Justo Miranda
Source: Aviones en la Guerra Civil Espanola 1936-1939

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de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie | Spain (Republicans) | DH.89 | LR-007 (ex-French F-ARIK, 7)
05/08/2013

DH.89
Unit: Lineas Aereas Postales Espanolas - LAPE (Spanish Airmail Lines)
Serial: EC-AGO, 41

Oran-La Senia, Algeria, April 1939. Nobody knows the exact shade in which the Republican aircraft were painted. The paints used came from France or were made (very defectively) by the Spanish ground personnel. Certain stocks of Soviet paint formed part of the first batches of spare parts and tooling supplied in 1936 and 1937, too. (Camouflage: Verde Oscuro upper surfaces with Azul Medio undersurfaces).

Artist: © Justo Miranda
Source: Aviones en la Guerra Civil Espanola 1936-1939

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de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie | Spain (Republicans) | Lineas Aereas Postales Espanolas - LAPE (Spanish Airmail Lines) | DH.89 | EC-AGO, 41
05/08/2013



Artist: © Luis Fresno Crespo
Source: unknown
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de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie | Spain (Republicans) | Lineas Aereas Postales Espanolas - LAPE (Spanish Airmail Lines) | DH.89 | EC-AGO, 41
05/08/2013

DH.90
Unit: unknown
Serial: LY-003

Escuela de Polimotores [Multiengine School], Totana (Murcia), December 1938. Another civilian type bought in France through SFTA (Societe Francaise des Transports Aeriens) was this DH.90 Dragonfly. Built as a lighter, faster version of the Dragon Rapide, this machine arrived in Spain in March of 1938. This aircraft could have carried LY-003 codes. (Camouflage: Verde Oscuro with Azul Medio undersurfaces).

Artist: © Justo Miranda
Source: Aviones en la Guerra Civil Espanola 1936-1939

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de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie | Spain (Republicans) | DH.90 | LY-003
05/08/2013

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