Aircraft Dayton-Wright DH4


In the US, a plane with a century-old history was restored

American aircraft builders have lifted an airplane with a hundred-year history.

As part of the reconstruction, specialists from the United States managed to fully restore the working condition of the Dayton-Wright DH4, which first took off at the end of the First World War. Experts note that during the reconstruction of the aircraft, almost all original spare parts were used, and due to painstaking and complicated work, the aircraft, first introduced in March of 1917 year, can again rise into the air.

It should be clarified that, in spite of the fact that the aircraft took off in the air only at the end of the war, it made a lot of corrections to the ongoing struggle, and although the aircraft is old by its standards, it still fascinates thousands of people.