Prince Philip Learned To Fly In This Aircaft

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Young New Zealand pilot Bevan Dewes owns and flies one of two de Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk aircraft that Prince Philip learned to fly in, and the only one of the two aircraft that are still airworthy. This aircraft is in New Zealand while the second aircraft (the one the Prince actually soloed in) is in the RAF Museum in Cosford (UK).


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