Restoration of a de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito

Take a look at the stunning restoration of the world's only flying Mosquito, KA114.

Here we see the new wing of a resurrecting Mosquito.
"The cockpit was in such pristine conditions, it looked as if we had all of a sudden rolled back in time and it was 1942 back in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, even the RR Merlin 63's looked new," Conroy said.
KA114 undergoing its recreation.
Doug Brooker toured Conroy around the Avspecs hangar during KA114's restoration.
In these photos, KA114 graces the skies over New Zealand. (Photography by Scott Slocum)
Click here to read more about the de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito and other rare airplanes in our "Rare Airplanes in Flight" feature.
Flying Magazine is a one-stop resource for everything aviation, including news, training, aircraft, gear, careers, photos, videos, and more.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Get the latest FLYING stories delivered directly to your inbox

Subscribe to our newsletter