The de Havilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide was built as a short distance commercial passenger aircraft in 1934. In British military service they were typically used for passenger transporting and radio navigation training. By the end of the war, 731 examples were built. The RAF flew 81 of them as late as 1958, while many more were in service with commercial entities for recreational rides.
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