Titles: De Havilland DH104 Dove No’s 1 to 3

The De Havilland Dove was designed to a specification produced by the Brabrazon committee for a short-haul  feeder airliner, and first flew in September 1945. The aircraft was the natural successor to the earlier DH89 Dragon Rapide aircraft and proved one of Britains most successful post-war civil airliners. 528 examples were eventually built, comprising 388 civil aircraft and 140 military variants (known as the Devon).

We offer three titles, two covering the military Devon and Sea Devon variants, and one covering the civil variants. Most civil and military variants are included in the two titles, which have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages. Each title is US$9.95.

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Title 1 contains:

  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Devon C Mk 1, AP 4260A-PN, 3rd Edition dated Nov 1957, with approx. 70 pages.
  • RAF Aircrew Manual for the Devon C Mk 2, AP 101B-1502-15, dated June 1970, with approx. 112 pages.

Title 2 contains:

  • RNZAF Flight Manual for the Devon versions C1, NT1 and ST1, NZAP 4260A-PN, 1971 Edition with approx. 123 pages.
  • Royal Navy Pilot’s Notes for the Sea Devon C Mk 20, AP 4627A-PN 2nd Edition dated Mar 1966, with approx. 151 pages.

Title 3 contains:

  • Manufacturers Pilot’s Flight Manual for the De Havilland Dove Mks 1,1A,1B,2A,2B, publication DPM-1-104, 4th Edition dated October 1954, with approx. 90 pages.
  • Manufacturers Crew’s Notes for the De Havilland Dove Series 5, 5A and 6, 6A, publication DCN-1-104, 2nd Edition dated October 1955, with approx. 164 pages.