De Havilland D.H.9J
De Havilland - D.H.9J - 1926 - Великобритания
Страна: Великобритания
Год: 1926

Nippon's Royal Prince Flies: As reported in FLIGHT recently, His Imperial Highness Prince Chichibu, the second son of the Emperor of Japan, experienced the pleasures of flying for the first time at the Stag Lane Aerodrome. Our photograph shows the Prince with Col. the Master of Sempill - his pilot - standing beside a D.H. biplane fitted with a Siddeley "Jaguar" engine, on which one of his flights was made.
INCIDENTAL: Starting up the Bristol "Jupiter" of a Service D.H.9.
D.H.9J G-EBEZ, fitted with 350 h.p. Jaguar III engine at Stag Lane in November 1926.
The staggering formation of aircraft was flown by instructors of Air Training Services Ltd in 1934. The aircraft are, from top to bottom: Avro Avian IVM, Avro Cadet, Avro Tutor, D.H.9J, Avro 626, Armstrong Whitworth Siskin III, Armstrong Whitworth Atlas, Saro Cutty Sark and an Avro Five.
D.H.9J G-EAAC in a sorry state at Stag Lane in 1926. This D.H.9 was originally H9277, became K-109 on the first British civil register, and was later converted to a D.H.9J. After repair G-EAAC continued flying until 1933.