De HAVILLAND DH125 and DOMINIE
Title: De Havilland DH125 and Dominie
The DH125 was developed by De Havilland as a business jet to replace the successful piston-engined Dove. Originally known as the DH125 Jet Dragon it first flew in 1961 and went into production as the Hawker Siddeley HS125. It was very popular especially in the North American market.
It was used by a number of military air arms, notably the RAF as a navigation trainer known as the Dominie, and a later variant was used by the USAF for airways inspection known as the C-29A. The British Dominie’s served for 45 years before being retired in 2011.
The aircraft was developed through a number of different variants, with upgraded equipment and interiors and different engines. In 1993 the whole project was sold to Raytheon (Hawker Beechcraft) and production eventually transferred to the US.
This title contains the flight manual for an early variant of the HS125 along with the RAF Pilot’s Notes for the military navigation trainer, the Dominie T. Mk 1. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.