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Four Dragonflies obtained in 1937. Used to counter rum-running off the Nova Scotia coast. Impressed into the RCAF in 1940 and serialled in the block 7623-7628. All but one were scrapped at the end of the war. These machines had a dorsal fin extension, to increase stability because of their interchangeable float/wheel undercarriages.
|CF-MPA||7530||5 May 1937||named ‘Anemone’, to RCAF 7530 in 1940|
|CF-MPB||7531||29 May 1937||named ‘Buttercup’, to RCAF 7531 in 1940. Returned to civil use in 1946 as CF-BZA.|
|CF-MPC||7522||13 July 1937||Apr 1937 suffered a landing accident during testing, named ‘Crocus’, to RCAF 7522 in 1940|
|CF-MPD||7538||26 May 1937||named ‘Dandelion’. August 1938 sold to Noorduyn Aviation as CF-BDP.|
None available at present.
- De Havilland Aircraft since 1909 (Putnam) p.375-379
- CNAPG Dragonfly Page
To be added.
See other operators of the de Havilland D.H.90 Dragonfly