Talking genetics with Airshows International Radio

Dunsfold Wings and Wheels 2017 not only gave members of the public an opportunity to enjoy some much needed (and long overdue) summer sunshine, it also helped to generate considerable support for The People’s Mosquito (TPM). It proved a great opportunity to promote the project’s aims to those who visited our stand on 26-27 August […]

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The People’s Mosquito Club takes off

Club featured

In our continuing drive to restore the De Havilland DH.98 Mosquito to British skies we are delighted to announce the launch of The People’s Mosquito Club. Joining the Club offers you the chance to become a valuable part of the UK’s most exciting restoration project – one that will see the return to British skies, through public funding, of one of […]

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TPM a Registered Charity – Reg marks G-FBVI reserved – wing ribs update

Registered charity The People’s Mosquito is pleased to announce that today we received confirmation from The Charity Commission that our application to become a registered charity has been approved and The People’s Mosquito Ltd. has been entered onto the Register of Charities with the Registered Charity Number 1165903. This new status will present opportunities for the project that […]

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The Mosquito at 75

Mosquito at 75

This November 25th marks the 75th anniversary of the first flight of the de Havilland Mosquito. To celebrate this event and mark the anniversary, we take a brief look at how we got where we are today. The Birth of the Mosquito – the First True Multi-Role Combat Aircraft It was in the late 1930s […]

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Collaboration with the Vulcan to the Sky Trust

We are delighted to confirm that The People’s Mosquito and the Vulcan to the Sky Trust are in discussions to see how we can work together towards the return of the iconic Mosquito to flight in the UK, a vision of similar significance to that of restoring the Vulcan to flight. We will be making […]

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Commemorating RL249’s Fatal Crash – 14th February 1949

The remains of Mosquito NF.36 Serial No. RL249 were recovered from its crash site in 2010, and have been secured by The People’s Mosquito for use in the restoration project. RL249 was serving with No. 23 Sqn, stationed at RAF Coltishall, when it crash-landed due to engine failure after take-off on 14th February 1949. The […]

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