de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie | 40-1

Operator
Grupo de Transporte No.40 (No.40 Transport Group)
Aircraft model
DH.89 'Capitan Pauso'

Unknown location, February 1937. Only two of the five Dragon Rapides of 'Grupo Ansaldo' survived 1936. This aircraft was christened CAPITAN POUSO in memory of this officer. The Nationalist markings of black fuselage roundels and white rudder with a black St. Andrew's cross were carried, together with black bands and white wingtips to further aid in identification. (Camouflage: Arena/ Verde Medio upper surfaces with Azul Palido undersurfaces).


Operator

Icon_32_67 Spain (Nationalists) | Military

Registration number

40-1

Nickname

Capitan Pauso

de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie | 40-1


In 1936.


Operator

Icon_32_67 Spain (Nationalists) | Military

de Havilland DH.84/89/90 Dragon/Dragon Rapide/Dominie | 40-1