De Havilland D.H.4A

  Manufacturer:De Havilland
  Base model:D.H. 4
  Basic role:Utility Transport (UK)
  Crew:Pilot & Observer

  Length: 30' 6" 9.3 m
  Height:11' 0" 3.3 m
  Wingspan: 42' 4" 12.9 m
  Wingarea: 434.0 sq ft 40.3 sq m
  Empty Weight: 2,600 lb 1,179 kg
  Gross Weight: 3,720 lb 1,687 kg

  No. of Engines: 1
  Powerplant: Rolls-Royce Eagle VIII
  Horsepower (each): 350

  Max Speed: 121 mph 194 km/h 104 kt


Recent comments by our visitors
 Sam \"Pat\" Meek
 Nashville, TN
The D.H. 4 was also used as a mail/passenger plane in the USA.
11/17/2007 @ 14:31 [ref: 18571]
 bialystok, OTH
it was also an air ambulance in US Army. It was flew in 1920
sorry for my english :)

10/19/2007 @ 04:04 [ref: 18236]
 Sam \"Pat\" Meek
 Nashville, TN
The DH 4 was also used as a crop duster in the 20's
03/03/2007 @ 15:49 [ref: 15739]
 Sam \"Pat\" Meek
 Nashville, TN
The DH 4 was also used as a crop duster in the 20's
03/03/2007 @ 15:48 [ref: 15738]
 Mitch Williamson
 Perth, AL
The Air Ministry had converted 13 DH4A aircraft, at the behest of Mr Bonar Law, into passenger aircraft by remodelling the open observer's seat into an enclosed cabin which allowed two passenger seats face to face.

They operated with 86 [Communcations] Wing between London-Kenley and Paris-Buc they were then used by the commercial airlines. Aircraft Transport and Travel Limited (AT&T), launched the world's first daily international scheduled air service between London and Paris. That initial flight with Bill Lawford as pilot, a single-engined de Havilland DH4A biplane took off from Hounslow Heath on 25 August 1919.
07/11/2002 @ 04:53 [ref: 5286]
 Manish Kumar
 Phoenix, AZ
Please send me the history of DeHavilland4A.
Also send me the materials used with their properties of this plane.

Thanking You

Manish Kumar
01/13/2002 @ 01:20 [ref: 4073]


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