|Ayman, e-mail, 16.10.2021 08:41|
We are looking for HS-748 INSTRUCTOR PILOT
short term contract to train 2 Captains / 2 Copilots .
Location: South Asia
Very competitive package.
|D F Irvine, e-mail, 27.12.2016 02:09|
As an ex-employee of de Havilland, I would suggest that there needs to be severe pruning of the entries here as quite clearly they have nothing to do with the DH 125 !
|Sven, 07.09.2016 11:42|
The Rolls Royce of biz-jets for many years.One of the first
|brookesheley, e-mail, 11.08.2016 18:33|
I contracted GHSV2 in2006 and up until 2009 only had 4-6 OBs a year. But since the beginning of 2009 was experiencing more frequent OBs at least once a month! I thought the general rule was that OBs become LESS frequent with time and not MORE! It just got to the point where I couldnít handle it anymore. I went online and found your site pretty quickly. It didnít take long between the time I whipped out my CC to the time I started putting your method to work. It is the best decision I ever made. I went from having OBs every couple weeks at worst, to not having an outbreak for 3 months now. I know this isnít just a coincidence and your method is responsible for giving me my life back thank you so much Doctor Emuan..Dremuansolution@gmail.com
|Sven, 24.06.2016 11:38|
RIP the british aircraft industry. June 24 2016 the day it died.
|Jonts, e-mail, 14.06.2016 17:14|
I recall when this was the RAF's exec/VIP taxi of choice. a great little workhorse.
Please can admin do something about the spam on the pages?
|plane talk, e-mail, 08.04.2016 20:07|
What the hell is this C**p on here? Lost lover's,husband and brain. Pea brains.
Sven great plane,really.
|sven, 11.03.2016 01:05|
Hertfordshire was an aeroplane heaven in the 60s.Hatfield. Radlet and Leavsden. Put on a show every day.Victors Heralds Tridents 125s Herons Doves Hastings even the Mosquito and Spitfire put in an appearance occasionally
|Sven, 29.07.2015 01:09|
Good aeroplane and the first of its kind. Someone please contradict me and save this site from the mumbojumbos.
|scott, e-mail, 27.11.2014 07:12|
Too bad this got hijacked by the woo-woo's the DH125 was and is a very well respected airplane as are it's descendents. Later versions are still in demand/
|dave, 25.03.2014 06:37|
Mike (14/3/14) - are you ex BAe Chester?
|Mike, 14.03.2014 20:32|
Myself and others built the tail plane, main fin, rudder and Over fin for this aircraft . I miss building those parts, I learnt a lot from this aircraft ;).
|Ray Smith, e-mail, 21.12.2011 05:15|
I flew this basic model back in 1967-1970 for Anglo American Corp. (Mines Air Services) in Zambia. A very easy aircraft to fly. I met John Cunningham at Luton UK on a trip there in 1969 while flying this aircraft.
|james thomas, e-mail, 24.09.2011 08:50|
I have crew manuals for this plane I am selling. They are for series 1a-522 and 1a/s-522; volume 1 and volume 2. If you are interested or have any questions I can be reached by email @ email@example.com. I also have an eBay store flylo4us collectables
|dafag, 20.06.2011 13:17|
I have already six month experience on this engine. sir if you mind i want to work in your industry as a maintenance engineer. please give me a chance to work on. i am also thanksful for this kind act..
|M. E. Huston, e-mail, 02.02.2011 00:34|
I flew the F400, 600, 700, and 800 during my career. there was another designation, BH125-400. These aircraft were brought to the US in "green" configuration, and completed by Beech. Our first F400 actually had a Beechcraft placard! The "real" first Beechjet! Great airplanes. The 800 was truly a magnificent flying machine.
|larry, e-mail, 24.09.2010 03:53|
i would like to know what happened to serial number 235051, i flew this airplane from 1968 to 1971. please e-mail me about this aircraft. .
|larry, e-mail, 24.09.2010 03:50|
i would like to know to serial number 235051 dh125, i flew this airplane from 1968 to 1971. i can't find its history.
|fakhruddin basar, e-mail, 16.08.2010 22:40|
hi sir, i am a 6th semester student from Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology. I'm doing a research about removing/installation engine of this a/c. i would like to request tooling manual of this a/c for my research..would you provide me the manual or tell me where can i get that manual..
thank you for your attention and help.
|maroof azam, e-mail, 21.05.2010 13:14|
i am final year student of ame from hindustan institute of aeronautics BHOPAL in INDIA. I am interested to work in viper-522 engine. I have already six month experience on this engine. sir if you mind i want to work in your industry as a maintenance engineer. please give me a chance to work on. i am also thanksful for this kind act..
|febin, e-mail, 23.02.2010 16:25|
i am a 4th sem ame student in faa hyderabad .i would be very glad if i can have a sketch of viper engine and its components,especially layout of fire extinguishing,oil and fuel systems
|vishal pandey, e-mail, 07.12.2009 08:10|
myself vishal pandey,a technician in an AMO.i am working on HS-125 aircraft fitted with viper-522 engine.i need a ramp servicing course document or any similar document through which have a good idea for the maintenance of the aircraft.
seeking for your kind attention and help.