The Original Multirole Combat AircraftAuthor: Birtles, Philip J.Code: 46299Price:AU $79.99Format: Hardback / 272 pages Publisher: FONTHILL Published date:24/12/2015Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
de Havilland Mosquito: The Original Multirole Combat Aircraft covers the creation, design and development of the beloved Mosquito that was built in Britain, Canada and Australia, followed by service during the Second World War in Britain, Europe and Asia. The Mosquito was initially designed as a twin Rolls-Royce Merlin-powered unarmed bomber with ......
Author: Stephen SlaterCode: 37178Price:AU $24.95Format: Hardback / 160 pages Publisher: HAYNES PUBLISHING GROUP Published date:02/04/2015Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days
The de Havilland Tiger Moth biplane is an iconic and instantly recognisable aircraft. It is also one of a handful of planes that attracts the widest possible recognition outside the specialist group. Of nearly 10,000 built, it is thought that more than 1,000 Tiger Moths still survive over six decades on, and over half remain airworthy. They are ......
Author: Mark NelsonCode: 25630Price:AU $39.95Format: Hardback / 128 pages Publisher: DLS AUSTRALIA Published date:01/08/2012Availability:Sold Out
In this exciting new title the author tells the story of the de Havilland Mosquito and those who flew it. Enshrined in history as the 'wooden wonder', the de Havilland Mosquito was arguably the most beautiful aircraft ever built and also to fly. Loved and respected by its flight crew and opponents respectively, it is one of the iconic aircraft of ......
Author: Slater, StephenCode: 21856Price:AU $39.95Format: Hardback / 160 pages Publisher: HAYNES PUBLISHING GROUP Published date:01/07/2009Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days
The de Havilland Tiger Moth biplane is an iconic and instantly recognisable aircraft. This title takes a look at the construction of the Tiger Moth, acquiring and restoring an example, owning and flying one, and the engineer's view of keeping it all running and airworthy.
Author: Rod WardCode: 24552Price:AU $14.95Format: PaperbackPublisher: MALVERN HOUSE Published date:01/01/2000Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
This concise history of de Havilland aircraft up to the outbreakof WWII explains the development of the various Moths, including the ever popular Tiger Moth, and the Dragon light airliners.It also covers the remarkable DH88 Comet that won the 1934 air race from London to Melbourne and led to the DH98 Mosquito. A great story and well covered.