ROBERT GOLDER COLLECTION
No. 6984. de Havilland D.H.87B Hornet Moth (G-ADSK c/n 8091)
Photographed at Bagington, Coventry, UK, ca. 1963, by Robert Golder

de Havilland D.H.87B Hornet Moth

10/31/2007. Remarks by Johan Visschedijk: "Flown for the first time on July 30, 1937, registered as G-ADSK. Impressed into the RAF during WW II, serial AV952. After the war it was registered in PAkistan as AP-AES. In 1957 it was sold to Germany, registered as D-EJOM, but crashed on delivery flight from UK.

Rebuilt it flew again 1963, again as G-ADSK. In 1974 parts were used to rebuilt another D.H.87, but it was rebuilt again being registered as G-ADSK on August 20, 1993, although it never flew again in the UK. It's registration was cancelled on January 11, 2002, with the remark of being exported to New Zealand. It's fate is unknown."





Created October 31, 2007