DH.90 Dragonfly

DH.90 Dragonfly

First flown from Hatfield on 12 August 1935, the DH.90 Dragonfly was designed by Arthur Hagg as a luxury touring aircraft powered by a pair of Gipsy Major engines. Accommodation was for two pilots or pilot and owner, seated side-by-side and a spacious cabin for three passengers. The aircraft found a niche as a high speed executive transport and served in that capacity and as a feeder-liner in many parts of the world.