Vehicle    From 1975  To 1988

DHC Dash 7

Categories: Aviation

Countries: Canada

DHC stands for De Havilland Canada. It was a turboprop-powered airliner with STOL (short take-off and landing) capabilities. It first flew in 1975 and remained in production until 1988. The plane was designed to be able to land in airports with short runways in city centres.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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DHC Dash 7

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Heron Quays Station

This plaque marks the spot where on Sunday 27 June 1982, Captain Harry Gee of...

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Croydon airport

Croydon airport

Croydon was London's first international airport. The terminal building, 1928 - 1959, was one of the first purpose-built terminal buildings in the world. The air traffic control tower is the first ...

Place, Aviation, Transport

3 memorials
Sir George Cayley

Sir George Cayley

Scientist and pioneer of aviation. Born Scarborough.

Person, Aviation, Science

2 memorials
Viscount Wakefield of Hythe, Charles Cheers

Viscount Wakefield of Hythe, Charles Cheers

Businessman. Born Liverpool. His brand name being Castrol he was very successful and set up in the City of London. Lord Mayor in 1915-16. Promoted and funded pioneering aviation and motor sports. 1...

Person, Aviation, Commerce, Lord Mayor, Transport

2 memorials
Paul Isaac Garrett

Paul Isaac Garrett

Paul Isaac Garrett was born on 16 November 1947 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, USA, the son of Ernest E Garrett (1926-2015) and Nadine Garrett. Our Picture Source informs that he started ...

Person, Aviation, Tragedy, Scotland, USA

1 memorial
Chisenhale Works

Chisenhale Works

Built by Morris Cohen to produce veneer for the construction of Spitfire cockpits, as well as propellers and plywood for Mosquito aircraft. The plaque on the building says it existed from the 1930s...

Group, Aviation, Engineering

1 memorial