Museum of Flight, East Fortune
- De Havilland Dove 6

De Havilland Dove 6

The de Havilland Dove short-haul airliner first flew in 1945 (as a successor to the bi-plane De Havilland Dragon Rapide) and was one of Britain's most successful post-war civil designs. 542 civil Doves and military Devon/Sea Devon versions were built.

G-ANOV was used by the British Civil Aviation Authority for airfield systems calibration trials and aircrew licence testing. It was donated to the Museum of Flight in 1978.

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