The new de Havilland Venom single-seater high-altitude fighter, developed from the famous Vampire and powered by the de Havilland Ghost engine, 66 per cent more powerful than the Goblin yet able to fit into a fuselage of the same diameter. Characterised by a new thin wing having a moderately swept-back loading edge, the Venom retains many Vampire features, notably the fuselage and tail unit, so that this aeroplane for tomorrow can be put into production with little delay for development and fact Stock Photo 5513-111876466 : Superstock

The new de Havilland Venom single-seater high-altitude fighter, developed from the famous Vampire and powered by the de Havilland Ghost engine, 66 per cent more powerful than the Goblin yet able to fit into a fuselage of the same diameter. Characterised by a new thin wing having a moderately swept-back loading edge, the Venom retains many Vampire features, notably the fuselage and tail unit, so that this aeroplane for tomorrow can be put into production with little delay for development and fact

Stock Photo: 5513-111876466 The new de Havilland Venom single-seater high-altitude fighter, developed from the famous Vampire and powered by the de Havilland Ghost engine, 66 per cent more powerful than the Goblin yet able to fit into a fuselage of the same diameter. Characterised by a new thin wing having a moderately swept-back loading edge, the Venom retains many Vampire features, notably the fuselage and tail unit, so that this aeroplane for tomorrow can be put into production with little delay for development and fact

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