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DHC Canada

Old 1st Sep 2023, 18:00
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DHC Canada

A nice film:
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A great find.
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Old 3rd Sep 2023, 19:26
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I've flown two of them. DHC1 (Chipmunk) and DHC6 (Twotter). Two classics, and both a joy to fly..
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[QUOTE=Two classics, and both a joy to fly..[/QUOTE]
Good to know that: In England we were often told that de Havilland aeroplanes were a joy to fly, so I'd expect it of the DH overseas companies' machines too.
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