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A1-1

H5

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Long term storage at 1 AD until 1924.
Served with 1 FTS by 10/24 and at least until 07/26.
Reconditioned by Pratt Bros, Geelong, Vic 03/28 to 06/28.
Returned to 1 FTS.
On 12/04/29 departed for Kookaburra search in northern Australia.
Crashed 21/04/29 during forced landing near Tennant Creek NT (crew Flt Lt C Eaton and Cpl P Sullivan).
Struck off 03/05/29.

 

De Havilland DH9A 
A1-1 crashed 21st April 1929
Photo Eric Douglas

A1-2

E793

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Long term storage at 1 AD until 1926.
Reconditioned by Mort's Dock and Engineering Co Ltd, Balmain, NSW.
Served with 1 FTS during 1927, and crashed at Canberra (possibly during the opening of Parliament House 05/27).
To the RAAF Experimental Section at Randwick, NSW;
Approved for conversion to components 20/03/28.

A1-3

E794

Long term storage at 1 AD until 1927.
Reconditioned by Experimental Section 01/03/27.
Served with 3 Sqn 'C' Flight.
Crashed Canberra 06/05/27, total flight time was 12 hours.
Overhauled by 3 Sqn 02/11/27; flight time by 15/02/28 was 23 hours.
To Canberra 14/03/28to 17/03/28 for 3 Sqn escort for Bert Hinkler.
To Brisbane 28/03/28to 05/04/28;
Forced landed 30/03/28 after engine failure at Enoggera, Brisbane (crew Flg Off S deB Griffith).
Approved for conversion to components 02/06/28.

A1-4

E795

Long term storage at 1 AD until 1926.
Reconditioned by Mort's Dock and Engineering Co Ltd, Balmain, NSW. 16/02/27.
Served with 1 Sqn 'C' Flight, to Canberra for Parliament House flypast (05/27).
Engine change 10/05/27.
To Adelaide for new aerodrome opening at Parafield 26/11/27.
Total flight time by 14/03/28 was 106 Hours. Engine change 23/04/28.
Crashed 04/05/28 when taking off at Laverton VIC while with 1 Sqn, the engine failed at 200' and the aircraft hit a pile of rocks (crew Plt Off L J Ryan and LAC P Sullivan).
Approved for conversion to components 17/05/28.

A1-5

E900

Date of manufacture 10/04/19.
Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow, arrived 03/12/19, apparently shipped 09/01/20.
Received 12/08/20, and long term storage at 1 AD until 1925.
Reconditioned by Mort's Dock and Engineering Co Ltd, Balmain, NSW 08/07/26.
Served with 1 FTS, modified to dual controls 18/10/26.
Crashed 08/01/27, total flight time was 46 hours, and recommended for reconditioning 19/07/27.
Still U/S at 1AD 09/03/28.
Believed reconditioned by RAAF Experimental Section, Randwick;
Then served with 1 Sqn 'C' Flight 04/29.
Departed 17/04/29 for Kookaburra search in northern Australia (crew Flg Off L J Ryan and Cpl D A Endean);
Returned to Laverton 12/05/29 (crew Flg Off A G Gerrand and Sgt J A Campbell).
Served with 1 FTS and in use until 01/30.
Approved for write-off 04/02/30.

 

De Havilland D.H.9A 
A1-20 and A1-5 Wave Hill
Photo Eric Douglas

A1-6

E901

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow, arrived 05/12/19, apparently shipped 09/01/20.
Long term storage at 1 AD until 1926.
Reconditioned at Experimental Section 19/03/26.
Served with 3 Sqn 'C' Flight,
Crashed 23/11/27 at Wallis Lake NSW.
Was being rebuilt by 3 Sqn 02/28, total flight time by 15/02/28 was 167 hours.
A technical inspection on 05/12/28 found it was uneconomic for further repair;
Approved for conversion to components 12/12/28.

A1-7

E903

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Long term storage at 1 AD until 1924.
Believed reconditioned by 1 FTS workshops, then served with 1 FTS by 11/24.
Damaged 10/12/24 landing at Flemington (crew Flg Off L J Balderston).
Forced landed 13/04/26 at Rochester Vic (crew Cdt G Jenkins), total flight time was 129 hours.
Returned to service with 1 FTS by 07/26.
Recommended for reconditioning 19/07/27, reconditioned by Pratt Bros 03/28 to 06/28.
In service with 1 Sqn 'C' flight by 04/29.
Departed for Kookaburra search in northern Australia 12/04/29 (crew Flg Off A G Gerrand and Sgt J A Campbell);
Returned to Laverton 12/05/29 (crew Flt Lt C Eaton and Sgt E Douglas).
Forced landed at Kyneton Vic 05/06/29,
Returned to storage.
In service with 1 FTS by 07/29 and until 02/30.
Approved for write-off 04/02/30.

A1-8

E904

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow, arrived 03/12/19, apparently shipped 09/01/20.
Received 12/08/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1926.
Reconditioned by Mort's Dock and Engineering Co Ltd, Balmain, NSW 23/08/26.
Served with 1 FTS and damaged 20/09/26,
Overhauled at 1 FTS 01/04/27.
Crashed 16/05/27, total flight time was 14 hours.
Repaired and to 3 Sqn 'C' Flight 28/10/27, crashed Craigieburn Vic,
To Mort's Dock for repair 11/27.
Test flown 08/12/27, then served with 1 FTS from 12/27.
Crashed on landing 07/02/28 at Point Cook Vic (crew Leut P Bailhache RAN and Cdt T A Chadwick).
On 06/03/28awaiting repairs at 1 FTS, total flight time was 55 hours.
To 1 AD 03/05/28 for overhaul, but was assessed as unecomonic for reconditioning.
Approved for conversion to components 14/02/29.

A1-9

E905

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Received 06/10/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1925.
Reconditioned by Mathews & Hassell 30/12/25,
Served with 1 FTS from 07/03/26.
Damaged 19/05/26 when it collided on the ground with A3-39.
Repaired and back at 1 FTS by 07/26.
Condemned 29/07/27and recorded as unserviceable 19/10/27.
Being overhauled by 1 FTS 06/03/28, total flight time was 241 hours.
Served with 1 Sqn until 05/29.
Served with 1 FTS 06/29 to 01/30.
Approved for write-off 04/02/30.

A1-10

E906

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow, arrived 03/12/19, apparently shipped 09/01/20.
Received 12/08/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1925.
Reconditioned by Experimental Section 06/10/25.
Served with 3 sqn 'C' Flight in use by 04/26, fitted with side ladder 12/05/26 to enable parachute descents.
In service with 1 FTS from 06/26 rigged for jumps,
Crashed at 1 FTS and assessed as damaged beyond repair.
Being overhauled by 1 FTS 06/03/28, total flight time of 27 hours.
Approved for conversion to components 20/03/28.

A1-11

E907

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow, arrived 05/12/19, apparently shipped 09/01/20.
Received 12/08/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1926.
Was to be reconditioned by Larkin Aircraft Supply Co, Coote Island, Melbourne, Vic, but sent to Mort's Dock and Engineering Co Ltd, Balmain, NSW. 11/06/26.
To 3 Sqn 'C' Flight 04/07/27 for dispatch to 1 FTS, forced landed 19/07/27 (crew Flg Off V H Augenson);
Forced landed 21/07/27 at Harefield NSW (crew Sgt G K Rice-Oxley) on delivery to 1 FTS;
Again forced landed 22/07/27 at Rutherglen Vic.
Damaged when landing near Violet Town Vic 28/07/27, undercarriage collapsed on landing.
Reconditioned by 1 FTS 'C' Flt 15/09/27, total flight time was 59 hours.
Operated by 1 FTS, total flight time by 06/03/28 was 96 hours.
On 30/03/28 departed for Sydney as number '5' for the NSW Aerial Derby.
In use by 1 FTS till 05/28, when crashed 26/05/28 at Essendon VIC during Victorian Aerial Derby - hit power lines and lost undercarriage (crew Flt Lt G A Wells).
Wreckage burnt 25/06/28 and formally approved for conversion to components 20/06/28.

 

De Havilland D.H.9A 
A1-11
Photo via Ken Rowland

A1-12

E908

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow, arrived 03/12/19, apparently shipped 09/01/20.
Received 09/09/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1926.
Reconditioned by Experimental Section 06/12/26.
To 3 Sqn 'C' Flight for delivery to 1 Sqn, and received by 1 Sqn 'C' Flight 23/12/26.
To Adelaide for opening of new aerodrome at Parafield 26/11/27.
Total flight time by 14/03/28 was 93 hours; total flight time by 20/04/28 was 134 hours.
To Adelaide 18/10/28 for 1 Sqn aerial survey.
Damaged 03/12/28 in forced landing at Yaouk, near Cooma, NSW (crew Flg Off L J Ryan).
Inspected 12/03/29 and found to be uneconomic for reconditioning, approved for conversion to components 20/03/29.

A1-13

E909

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlowby 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Received 06/10/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1925.
Reconditioned at Mathews & Hassell 06/10/25.
To 1 FTS by 02/26, forced landed 13/04/26 at Woodend Vic (crew Flg Off W A Holtham and AC1 Allen), total flight time was 105 hours.
Repaired by 1 FTS, and crashed again in 1927;
Undergoing overhaul 06/03/28 with 1 FTS, total flight time was 241 hours.
Having been reconditioned twice, assessed as uneconomic for further repair, and approved for conversion to components 20/03/28.

A1-14

E910

Date of manufacture 16/04/19.
Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Received 06/10/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1926.
Reconditioned by Mathews & Hassell 07/03/26.
To with 1 Sqn 'C' Flight by 05/26,
Grounded 20/09/27;
Unserviceable at 1 AD 09/03/28, total flight time to date was 169 hours.
Reconditioned, to 1 FTS by 05/29,
Forced landing 01/08/29at Point Cook Vic.
Approved for write-off 04/02/30but was in use until 05/03/30.

A1-15

E916

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Received 06/10/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1924.
Reconditioned at 1 FTS workshops 15/12/24, to 1 FTS by 05/25;
Undergoing overhaul at 1 FTS 06/03/28, total flight time was 101 hours.
Damaged 21/11/29 at Point Cook Vic,
Used by 1 FTS until 01/30.
Approved for write-off 04/02/30.

A1-16

F2776

To RAF 2 Aircraft Acceptance Park Hendon 12/04/19,
To 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow 03/12/19 for packing, apparently shipped 09/01/20. 
Received 01/05/20,
To CFS AAC and first flown 14/05/20 (Capt A T Cole).
Forced landed Point Cook 29/06/20(Capt A T Cole).
In use CFS AAC 1920/21 as F2776;
To 1FTS AAF 31/03/21, became A1-16.
Reconditioned by 1 FTS workshops from 20/04/22 to 23/08/22,
To 1 FTS 'E' Flight by 11/22 until overhauled by 1 FTS workshops 27/10/27,
To Experimental Section for repair 11/27. To 1 FTS 'C' Flight by 03/28, total flight time 06/03/28 was 245 hours,
Damaged 17/20/28 landing at Point Cook Vic (crew Plt Off A N Evans),
Collided on the ground 24/10/28 when taxied into S.E.5a A2-36 (crew Cdt R C Jordan),
Repaired and in use again by 11/28.
Forced landing at Point Cook 19/12/28 with a broken camshaft.
Back in use 01/29,
Forced landed 19/02/29 with a broken crankshaft at Point Cook (crew Flt Lt A Hepburn).
Served with 1 FTS again by 03/29, forced landed at Point Cook 12/04/29.
In use again by 1 FTS by 06/29,
Recommended for overhaul 25/07/29.
05/08/29assessed as uneconomic for repair, and approved for conversion to components 09/08/29.

 

De Havilland D.H.9A
A1-16  De Havilland DH9A 
A1-16
Photo Eric Douglas  De Havilland DH9A 
A1-16 
Photo Eric Douglas

A1-17

F2779

To RAF 2 Aircraft Acceptance Park Hendon 12/04/19,
To 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow 03/12/19 for packing, apparently shipped 09/01/20.
To CFS AAC, first flown 24/05/20 as F2779 (Capt A T Cole),
Set Australian altitude record of 27,000' on 17/06/20 (Capt A T Cole and Capt H De La Rue);
From CFS A Flt to ARS 17/10/20;
To 1FTS AAF 31/03/21, became A1-17.
Served with 1 FTS 'E' Flight from 01/07/22to 1923, then to board of survey 1 AD 06/03/24.
Served again with 1 FTS by 01/25, then to Matthews & Hassell for reconditioning.
Possibly to 1 Sqn 1926,
Recommended for further reconditioning 19/09/27 and completed by Pratt Bros 03/28 to 06/28.
Served with 1 Sqn 'C' Flight by 02/29,
Damaged 03/05/29 landing at Laverton Vic;
Damaged 05/06/29 at Keilor Vic after the engine seized on the way to Sydney..
Forced landed 07/06/29 at Laverton;
In service 1 FTS, forced landed 31/10/29 at Point Cook when the camshaft drive broke.
In use with 1 FTS until 01/30,
Approved for write-off 04/02/30.
This aircraft was the longest serving Imperial Gift aircraft.

A1-18

H3459

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Long term storage at 1 AD until 1925.
Believed reconditioned at Experimental Section,
To 1 FTS by 06/25.
Crashed 09/12/26 at Cootamundra NSW (crew Flg Off T W Shortridge).
To Experimental Section for repairs 13/12/26.
Board of Survey 17/08/27, and approved for conversion to components 29/11/27.

A1-19

H3460

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Long term storage at 1 AD until 1924.
Served with 1 FTS from 05/24,
Reconditioned by Matthews & Hassell possibly in 1925.
To 1 FTS by 02/26, when destroyed in Bessoneau hangar 12/03/26 at Point Cook by D.H.9 A6-11 which crashed on takeoff.
Total flight time 88 hours.
Approved for conversion to components 31/03/26.

A1-20

H3461

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow, arrived 05/12/19, apparently shipped 09/01/20.
Long term storage at 1 AD until 1927, reconditioned by Mort's Dock and Engineering Co Ltd, Balmain, NSW 05/04/27.
Served with 1 Sqn 'C' Flight, engine change 16/10/27.
To Adelaide for opening of new aerodrome at Parafield 26/11/27.
To 1 FTS 03/28  total flight time 14/03/28 was 39 hours.
To 1 Sqn,  20/08/28 to Brisbane for the opening of the Queensland Aero Club and participation in Aerial Services Air Race.
Under repair 11/28, then served with 1 FTS from 12/28 to 04/29; 
17/04/29 departed for Kookaburra search in northern Australia (crew Sgt E Douglas and LAC W J Smith),
Engine fire on startup at Wave Hill NT 07/05/29,
Uneconomic to recover and repair, so destroyed, total flight time 323 hours.
Formerly struck off charge 15/05/29.
The Liberty engine used by this aircraft is on display at the Darwin Aviation Museum.

 

De Havilland D.H.9A 
A1-20 Alice Springs
April 1929
Photo Eric Douglas  De Havilland D.H.9A 
A1-20 Alice Springs
April 1929
Photo Eric Douglas  De Havilland DH9A 
A1-20 
Wave Hill 1929
Photo Eric Douglas

De Havilland D.H.9A 
A1-20
May 1929
Photo Eric Douglas  De Havilland D.H.9A 
A1-20
May 1929
Photo Eric Douglas  De Havilland D.H.9A 
A1-20 and A1-5 Wave Hill
Photo Eric Douglas

A1-21

H3462

Date of manufacture 08/02/19.
Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Received 09/09/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1926.
Reconditioned by Mort's Dock and Engineering Co Ltd, Balmain, NSW 05/01/27.
Served with 1 FTS, engine change 05/01/27.
Crashed 11/03/27, repaired,
To 1 FTS workshops 09/04/27 due to rough running engine.
Recommended for reconditioning 19/07/27,
Unserviceable at 1 AD 09/03/28 and total flight time was 49 hours.
Served with 1 Sqn 'C' Flight by 04/29,
Then to 1 FTS from 05/29 to 02/30.
Approved for write-off 04/02/30.

A1-22

H3463

Date of manufacture 08/02/19.
Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Received 09/09/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1925,
Reconditioned by Matthews & Hassell 19/11/25.
Forced landed 27/07/26 at Albert Park Melbourne;
Crashed 04/12/26,
Recommended for reconditioning 19/07/27.
Unserviceable at 1 AD 09/03/28 when total flight time was 55 hours, 
Technical examination 29/11/28.
Served with 1 Sqn 'C' flight by 03/29 then with 1 FTS 17/05/29 to 01/30.
Approved for write-off 04/02/30.

A1-23

H3464

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Long term storage until 1924,
To 1 FTS, forced landed near Marulan NSW enroute to Sydney 06/08/24 (crew Flg Off E Wilson and AC1 Hammond) with engine failure, badly damaged
To Board of Survey 11/08/24 at Experimental Section Randwick.
Approved for conversion to components 09/10/24.

A1-24

H3465

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Received 09/09/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1927.
To Experimental Section 06/05/27for reconditioning.
Served with 3 Sqn 'C' flight from 27/07/27;
Then to 1 FTS 'C' Flight from 24/08/27, total flight time on 14/03/28 was 171 hours.
Damaged 10/11/28 in forced landing at Point Cook (crew LAC C H Scott),
Under repair 11/28.
Served with 1 FTS from 01/29 to 08/02/29.
Approved for conversion to components 14/02/29.

A1-25

H3502

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian imperial Gift.
Long term storage at 1 AD until 1926.
Served with 1 Sqn 'C' Flight from 18/02/26;
Overhauled by Experimental Section 02/03/26.
Served with 3 Sqn 'C' Flight 09/03/26, engine change 20/04/27, total flight time on 15/02/28was 162 hours.
Ditched 01/08/28 into Sydney Harbour (crew Flg Off S deB Griffith and Mr E B Cremer), total flight time 207 hours.
Salvaged, and approved for conversion to components 05/09/28.

A1-26

E8590

Date of manufacture 09/11/18.
To RAF 2 Aircraft Acceptance Park Hendon 12/04/19,
To 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow 03/12/19 for packing, apparently shipped 09/01/20.
Received 16/06/20,
Exhibited by AWM in Exhibition Building, Nicholson St, Melbourne over 19/06/20 to 03/07/20.
In use CFS AAC 1920/21 as E8590;
To 1FTS AAF 31/03/21, to 1 AD for storage 01/08/21, and became A1-26.
Served with 1 FTS 'E' Flight from 01/07/22,
Crashed 10/12/24 at Flemington Racecourse (crew Flt Lt A Hempel),
To Board of Survey at 1 AD 21/04/25.
Reconditioned by 1 FTS workshops 22/02/26. On 09/03/28noted as unserviceable at 1 AD due to a crash, total flight time was 251 hours.
To 1 Sqn 'C' Flight by 05/29,
Crashed at Laverton Vic when hit an electricity pole and was destroyed.
Approved for conversion to components 10/05/29.

A1-27

E8597

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Received 01/05/20, long term storage at 1 AD until 1926,
Reconditioned by Mort's Dock and Engineering Co Ltd, Balmain, NSW 07/10/26.
Served with 3 Sqn 'C' Flight,
Crashed 10/27 landing at Warwick Qld.
To Mort's Dock 11/27 for reconditioning,
To 1 FTS 'C' Flight by 03/28, total flight time by 06/03/28 was 199 hours. 
Completed flight time by 08/02/29, and approved for conversion to components 14/02/29.

A1-28

E9692

To RAF 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow 03/12/19 for packing, apparently shipped 09/01/20. 
Long term storage at 1 AD until 1925,
Reconditioned by RAAF Experimental Section, Randwick, NSW 25/03/26.
Served with 3 Sqn 'C' Flight,
Crashed 30/07/26, total flight time was 7 hours.
Overhauled by 3 Sqn 01/03/27.
Total flight time by 15/02/28 was 111 hours, and rigged as a single seater to win the 1928 NSW Aerial Derby at Mascot NSW 03/28 as number '22' under the command of Flg Off N Mulroney.
Under repair at 3 Sqn 10/28, to Point Cook 23/10/28.
Served with 1 Sqn 'C' Flight,  
17/04/29 departed for Kookaburra search in northern Australia (crew Flg Off M B Allen and Cpl G W Allen),
Unserviceable at Tennant Creek NT 20/04/29 to 08/05/29 with engine problem.
Uneconomic to recover, total flight time 282 hours.
Struck off charge 15/05/29.

 

De Havilland D.H.9A 
A1-28

A1-29

E9694

Allocated by RAF to 5 Aircraft Repair Depot at Henlow by 01/20 for Australian Imperial Gift.
Long term storage at 1 AD until 1924.
Served with 1 FTS, acceptance test 05/05/24.
Crashed 08/24 at Woodford-Leigh, near Grafton NSW;
Board of Survey 11/08/24 at Experimental Section and approved for conversion to components 09/10/24.

D.H.9A A1-29
1 F.T.S. c.1924
via Mike Mirkovic.

A1-30

n.k.

This aircraft was not gifted to Australia, it was purchased to replace E8616, by the approval of the Air Council on 14/06/21, at an estimated cost of 2953 pounds.
This aircraft was reconditioned by de Havilland at Stag Lane (aircraft c/n 42) and was delivered in mid 1923.
Served with 1 FTS from 07/23, crashed at Point Cook 16/08/26. (crew Cdt K M Frewen),
To 1 AD 19/08/26 for storage.
Approved for conversion to components 12/07/27.

Not Allocated E8616

Note that one Imperial Gift D.H.9a was E8616.
Aircraft was packed in UK 03/12/19 and apparently shipped on 09/01/20.
In service with CFS AAC in 1920, when it crashed in Bass Strait on 23/09/20 (crew Capt W J Stutt and Sgt A G Dalzell killed).
Struck off charge 31/12/20 before the RAAF 'A series' started in 08/21.

 
     
De Havilland D.H.9A
Mid 1920s
Photo Eric Douglas  De Havilland D.H.9As
Photo Eric Douglas  De Havilland D.H.9A
Photo Eric Douglas  De Havilland D.H.9A  De Havilland D.H.9A
 Groundloop
Photo via Ken Rowland
     
 

Manufacturers of RAAF D.H.9As

 
 

Serial Range

Manufacturer

Contract Number

E701 to E1100

Whitehead Aircraft Co, Richmond, Surrey A.S.2341 of 8 Feb 1918

E8407 to E8806

Aircraft Manufacturing Co (Airco), Hendon, London 35a/412/C.291 of 9 Apr 1918

E9657 to E9756

Mann, Egerton and Co, Norwich, Norfolk 35a/413/C.292 of 9 Apr 1918

F2723 to F2822

F W Berwick & Co, Park Royal, London 35a/781/C.669 of 14 May 1918

H1 to H200

Airco, Hendon 35a/1918/C.2105 of 25 Jul 1918

H3396 to H3545

Westland Aircraft Works, Yeovil, Somerset 35a/2007/C.2410 of 9 Aug 1918
 
     

The Authors of this page are Darren Crick & "Batman".

Sources: CASA Aircraft Register, The Imperial Gift, John Bennett, 1996, The D.H.4 / D.H.9 File, Ray Sturtivant and Gordon Page, 1999, letter to author from Neville Parnell, dated 29 Jul 1996

Emails: Dean Norman, William Van Hattam, Paul McMillan, Alan Eyre, Mark Clayton, Brendan Cowan.

Updated 31st March 2016

 

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