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de Havilland

Sir Geoffrey. 1882--1965, British aircraft designer. He produced many military aircraft and the first jet airliners
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Senior executives of Ethiopian Airlines, De Havilland Canada and Longview Aviation Capital, the parent company of De Havilland Canada, joined Ethiopian's aircraft acceptance team and hundreds of De Havilland Canada employees for the celebration held at De Havilland Canada's facility in Toronto, Ontario, Canada where Dash 8-400 aircraft are manufactured.
De Havilland said growing markets will continue to drive the evolution of the Dash 8-400 aircraft, as well as the suite of services offered to support customers.
Terry de Havilland shoes may be manufactured in Spain but Mr Spurling is ambivalent about Brexit.
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The evidence presented to them, particularly the docudrama itself, established as a matter of law that De Havilland could not prevail.
De Havilland, 101, took offense to her portrayal in the miniseries "Feud: Bette and Joan" as a "vulgar" gossip monger who refers to her sister Joan Fontaine in a derogatory manner.
Simons, an aviation historian and author, documents the aircraft of De Havilland Aircraft Company, founded by Geoffrey de Havilland in 1920 in England.
A report by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch into the incident, which happened just after 11.45am on July last year, said both the 56-year-old pilot and his passenger walked away uninjured from the De Havilland Hornet Moth, registration G-AESE.
GONE With The Wind star Olivia de Havilland is suing over a TV show she says portrays her as a "gossip".
Veteran actress Olivia de Havilland is not pleased with how she was portrayed in Ryan Murphy's FX series, "Feud: Bette and Joan."
A TRIO of legendary veteran actresses - Olivia de Havilland, Julie Walters and June Whitfield - have been made dames.