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English: de Havilland DH.80A Puss Moth(VH-UQB (G-ABDW) c/n 2051- built 1930), a three seater high-wing monoplane aeroplane designed and built by the de Havilland Aircraft Company between 1929 and 1933, in the National Museum of Flight in East Fortune, East Lothian, Scotland.

This example was the first Puss Moth to fly to Australia. An extra wing bracing strut was added. The civil registration is Australian. The aircraft was bought at the Strathallan Collection auction in 1981.

Museum Number T.1981.60
Nederlands: De Havilland DH.80 Puss Moth, een driezits hoogdekker van de Havilland Aircraft Company gebouwd tussen 1929 en 1933, in het National Museum of Flight in East Fortune, East Lothian, Schotland. Dit toestel is de eerste Puss Moth die in Australië vloog. De vleugel werd verstevigd. De registratie is Australisch.
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