Geoffrey de Havilland - Retirement and Death

Retirement and Death

In 1955, de Havilland retired from active involvement in his company, though remaining as president. He continued flying up to the age of 70. He died aged 82, of a cerebral haemorrhage, on 21 May 1965 at Watford Peace Memorial Hospital, Hertfordshire.

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