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de Havilland Canada

Aircraft

 The Company

 

 

 

First
Flight
Model Military Number Name
1946 DHC-1   Chipmunk
1947 DHC-2 L-20 (US) Beaver
1958 DHC-4 C-7 (US) Caribou
1965 DHC-6 UV-18 (US) Twin Otter
1975 DHC-7 CC-132 Dash 7
1983 DHC-8 CC-142 Dash 8

De Havilland Canada (DHC) was formed in 1928 as a subsidiary of de Havilland Aircraft.  Until after World War II, DHC focused on producing Moth aircraft adapted for Canada.

DHC's first indigenous design, the Chipmunk, replaced the Tiger Moth in both the RAF and RCAF.  The company focused on on STOL and transport aircraft until acquired by Bombardier in 1992.

     
   

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