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  After placing an order, the the RNZAF arranged a stopgap loan of 17 Canberra B.4s and 3 T.4s to fulfil it's commitments to the Commonwealth Strategic Reserve with all surviving  aircraft returned to the RAF in 1962.

By that time the RNZAF had received its own aircraft comprising 11 B(I).12 attack aircraft and two T.13 trainers.

The B(I).12 was a B(I).8 with an autopilot and an additional fuel tank fitted in the weapons bay. The first aircraft in the order was a converted RAF B(I).8 (NZ6101 ex WT329) and the other ten were new build airframes.

The T.13s were effectively T.4s, with one built new (NZ6151), the other (NZ6152 ex WE190) refurbished from RAF stocks.

In 1970, the eight surviving B(I).12 and the two T.13s were sold to India (where the trainers were again referred to as T.4s in Indian Service).

 
     
  RNZAF Canberras.  
     
 
Serial c/n Type R.A.F. Aircraft history
NZ6101 71443 B(I).8
B(I).12
WT329 Previously B(I).8 WT329 with RAF and used by English Electric, Boulton Paul, and the Holding Squadron.
Sold to Boulton Paul on 27 August 1959 for RNZAF.
BOC with 14 Squadron in late 1959.
Radio call sign ZMZOA.
Crashed Christchurch Airport 01 November 1960 after power loss on final approach.
Crew unhurt but aircraft written off.
The wreckage was removed to Wigram and broken up with some parts later going to Woodbourne.
NZ6102 71642 B(I).12 N/A Arrived Ohakea after ferry flight from United Kingdom on 28 October 1959 and BOC with 14 Squadron.
Radio call sign ZMZOB.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965. Returned to Ohakea in 1966.
Stored at Woodbourne July-December 1970.
Advertised for sale by tender in July 1970 and sold to Indian Government.
Airframe hours at sale 4121.
Ferried ex Ohakea to Amberley thence to India on 18 November 1970.
To 6 Squadron Indian Air Force as F1183.

Highlight for Album: Canberra NZ6102

NZ6103 71656 B(I).12 N/A Arrived Ohakea after ferry flight from United Kingdom on 28 October 1959 and BOC with 14 Squadron.
Radio call sign ZMZOD.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965.
Returned to Ohakea in 1966. Stored at Woodbourne July-December 1970.
Advertised for sale by tender in July 1970 and sold to Indian Government.
Airframe hours at sale 4150.
Ferried ex Ohakea to Amberley thence to India on 18 November 1970.
To 6 Squadron Indian Air Force as F1184.

Highlight for Album: Canberra NZ6103

NZ6104 71657 B(I).12 N/A Arrived Ohakea after ferry flight from United Kingdom on 28 October 1959 and BOC with 14 Squadron.
Radio call sign ZMZOF.
Made a forced landing at Ohakea on 13 Marcg 1961 after the undercarriage jammed up.
Flown to Woodbourne without a canopy 4 days later where it was repaired and returned to service.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Crashed into sea near Singapore on 30 November 1964 during low level bombing practice at China Rock Bombing Range.
The aircraft completed it's bombing run and was pulling away in a banked turn when a wingtip hit the water.
Flying Officer Russell Thomson and Flight Lieutenant James Southgate killed.

Highlight for Album: Canberra NZ6104 

NZ6105 71658 B(I).12 N/A Arrived Ohakea after ferry flight from United Kingdom on 28 October 1959 and BOC with 14 Squadron.
Radio call sign ZMZOG.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965. Returned to Ohakea in 1966.
Stored at Woodbourne July-December 1970. Advertised for sale by tender in July 1970 and sold to Indian Government.
Airframe hours at sale 3983.
Ferried ex Ohakea to Amberley thence to India on 28 November 1970.
To 6 Squadron Indian Air Force as F1185.

Canberra NZ6105

NZ6106 71659 B(I).12 N/A BOC with 14 Squadron in 1959. Radio call sign ZMZOH.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965.
Returned to Ohakea in 1966.
Serious manufacturing flaw discovered in main spar in 1969.
Sold by GSB tender in February 1970 to British Aircraft Corporation and ferried ex Ohakea to Britain by RNZAF crew departing New Zealand on 01 May 1970.
Last sighted in derelict condition at BAC Salmesbury facility in May 1976.
Believed to have been broken up shortly after.

Highlight for Album: Canberra NZ6106

NZ6107 71660 B(I).12 N/A Received from the manufacturer via No.23 Maintenace Unit, RAF on 08 December 1959.
To No.14 Squaudron, arriving at Ohakea on 20 January 1960.
Radio call sign ZMZOJ.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965. Returned to Ohakea in 1966.
Stored at Woodbourne July-December 1970. Advertised for sale by tender in July 1970 and sold to Indian Government.
Airframe hours at sale 3750.
Ferried ex Ohakea to Amberley thence to India departing Ohakea on 01 December 1970 flown by Flight Lieuteneant G. Ogilvie and Flight Lieutenant M. Murray.
To 6 Squadron Indian Air Force as F1186.

Canberra NZ6107

NZ6108 71661 B(I).12 N/A BOC with 14 Squadron in 1959.
Radio call sign ZMZOK.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965.
Returned to Ohakea in 1966.
Stored at Woodbourne July-December 1970.
Advertised for sale by tender in July 1970 and sold to Indian Government.
Airframe hours at sale 3652. Ferried ex Ohakea to Amberley thence to India.
To 6 Squadron Indian Air Force as F1187.

Highlight for Album: Canberra NZ6108

NZ6109 71662 B(I).12 N/A Arrived Ohakea after ferry flight from United Kingdom on 18 April 1960 and BOC with 14 Squadron. Radio call sign ZMZOL.
NZ6109 and NZ6151 were the last 2 Canberras to be built.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965.
Returned to Ohakea in 1966.
Stored at Woodbourne July-December 1970.
Advertised for sale by tender in July 1970 and sold to Indian Government.
Airframe hours at sale 3845. Ferried ex Ohakea to Amberley thence to India.
To 6 Squadron Indian Air Force as F1188.
This is possibly the aircraft marked IF908 and on display at the Shri Shivaji Preparatory Military School at Pune. Another possibility is that B(I).58 IF-908 has been fiited with the wings of B(I).12 F1188 (ex NZ6109).

Highlight for Album: Canberra NZ6109

NZ6110 71671 B(I).12 N/A Arrived Ohakea after ferry flight from United Kingdom on 14 June 1961 and BOC with 14 Squadron.
Radio call sign ZMZOM.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965.
Returned to Ohakea in 1966. Stored at Woodbourne July-December 1970.
Advertised for sale by tender in July 1970 and sold to Indian Government.
Airframe hours at sale 3347.
Ferried ex Ohakea to Amberley thence to India on 08 December 1970.
To 6 Squadron Indian Air Force as F1189.

Canberra NZ6110

NZ6111 71669 B(I).12 N/A Arrived Ohakea after ferry flight from United Kingdom on 14 June 1961 and BOC with 14 Squadron.
Radio call sign ZMZON.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965.
Returned to Ohakea in 1966. Stored at Woodbourne July-December 1970.
Advertised for sale by tender in July 1970 and sold to Indian Government.
Airframe hours at sale 3790.
Ferried ex Ohakea to Amberley thence to India.
To 6 Squadron Indian Air Force as F1190.
NZ6151 ? T.13 N/A Arrived Ohakea 20 February 1961 after ferry flight from United Kingdom on 20 February 1961 and BOC with 14 Squadron.
Radio call sign ZMZOO.
NZ6151 and NZ6109 were the last 2 Canberras to be built.
Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965.
Returned to Ohakea in 1966.
Advertised for sale by tender in July 1970 and sold to Indian Government.
Airframe hours at sale 2394.
Ferried ex Ohakea to Amberley thence to India on 28 November 1970.
To 6 Squadron Indian Air Force as Q1191.
To 35 Sqn IAF.
To 106 SRS in 1978 when 35 Sqn converted to the EW role.
Phased out of service in 1989.

Canberra T.13s. 
NZ6151 and NZ6152 
Photo Pat Leggitt 
via Dave Masterson

NZ6152 71181 T.13 WE190 Previously WE190. With Station Flight Wyton.
To Boulton Paul for conversion from PR3 to T.13. SOC with RAF on 03 February 1961.
Arrived Ohakea after ferry flight from United Kingdom on 11 April 1961 and BOC with 14 Squadron.
Radio call sign ZMZOP. Deployed to Singapore in September 1964 to take part in Operation "Confrontation" against Indonesia.
Moved to RAAF Butterworth, Malaya in March 1965.
Returned to Ohakea in 1966.
Advertised for sale by tender in July 1970 and sold to Indian Government in November 1970.
Airframe hours at sale 2472.
Ferried ex Ohakea to Amberley thence to India on 08 December 1970.
Serialled Q1192.
Used by IAF ASTE (Aircraft and Systems Testing Establishment) in its TPS (Test Pilots' School).
Phased out of service in 1989.

Canberra T.13s. 
NZ6151 and NZ6152 
Photo Pat Leggitt 
via Dave Masterson

 
     
     
 

Canberras operated on loan from the RAF (1958 to 1962).

 
     
 
Serial c/n Type Aircraft history
WD948 71030 B.2 Delivered 17 October 1951.
RAF service with Nos.101, 102, and 45 Squadrons.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
Opersted by No.75 squadron RNZAF from July 1958 until January 1962.
To RAF Nos. 85 and 100 Squadrons.
Allocated Instructional serial 8530M but not taken up.
SOC 01 March 1977 and used for fire practice by Manston Fire School until 1981.
WD963 71045
71573
B.2
T.4
Delivered 11 January 1952.
RAF service with Telecommunications Research Establishment, Marshalls, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Nos.109 and 139 Squadrons.
Converted to T.4.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
With No.75 Squadron RNZAF from July 1958 until February 1962.
Named KURAHAUPO.
To RAF Nos.45, 81, and 45 Squadrons.
The aircraft was abandoned when both engines failed over the sea 2 miles South of Tengah on 29 June 1967.
WF915 71102 B.2 Delivered 19 August 1952.
RAF service with Nos.109 Squadrons and No.231 Operational Conversion Unit. Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
Named MAMERE and later TE ARAWA.
Crashed into sea off Malaya during a night navigation exercise on 27 October 1961.
The aircraft was hit by lightning in a thunderstorm.
Navigator Flying Officer David Finn killed and pilot Flight Lieutenant P. Bevan baled out and rescued.

RNZAF Canberra WF915
Tail has map of New Zealand and a Kiwi

WH645 71117 B.2 Delivered 07 October 1952.
RAF service with Nos.109, 104, 115, and 542 Squadrons.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
Named APIRANA.
To RAF Target Facilities Squadron West Raynham.
Sold for scrap 15 May 1964 at 19 MU St. Athan.
WH646 71118 B.2
T.17
Delivered 07 October 1952.
RAF service with Nos.50, 10, and 45 Squadrons.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
Converted to T.17 with RAF No.360 Squadron.
Nose section preserved at Midland Air Museum, Baginton, Coventry.
WH665 71141 B.2
T.17
Delivered 23 December 1952.
RAF service with Nos.10, and 45 Squadrons.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
Converted to T.17 with RAF No.360 Squadron.
SOC with RAF on 01 December 1982.
Converted to Instructional airframe serialled 8763M.
To National Diving Centre, Tidenham and scrapped 2008.
WH666 71142 B.2 Delivered 23 December 1952.
RAF service with Nos.10, and 45 Squadrons.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
Named AOTEA.
To RAF Target Facilities Squadron, to Nos.56 and 100 Squadrons.
To Zimbabwe Air Force (as 2215?) on 20 March 1981.
(Some possible confusion here as T.4 71350/WJ869 also reported as ZAF 2251)

5 Sqn ZAF.
WH739 02/06 B.2 Delivered 26 July 1953.
RAF service with Nos.101, and 50 Squadrons and Station Flight Upwood.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
To RAF Nos.45, 85 and 100 Squadrons.
SOC with RAF on 27 July 1976.
Nose section to 2475 Sqn TC, Ammanford, Wales or use as a Gate Guardian.
WH740 ? B.2
T.17
Delivered 30 July 1953.
RAF service with Nos.18, 101 and 50 Squadrons and Station Flight Upwood.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
Badly damaged in landing accident on 19 October 1959 and was not flown again until May 1960.
Converted to T.17 with RAF No.360 Squadron.
SOC with RAF on 01 December 1982.
To No2 School of technical training at RAF Cosford as 8762M
To East Midlands Aero Park Museum, December 1991.
WH922 SH1665 B.2 Delivered 02 July 1954.
RAF service with Nos.61, 50, and 45 Squadrons.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
To RAF No.45 Squadron.
SOC with RAF on 23 December 1970.
To Catterick for fire practice, since destroyed.
WJ567 71161 B.2 Delivered 09 April 1953.
RAF service with Nos.149, 59, and 45 Squadrons.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
To RAF No.45 Squadron, Aeroplane and Armourment Experimental Establishment, Nos.85 and 100 Squadrons.
Reported Broken up at Wyton in December 1991.
Nose preserved Houghton, Cambridgeshire.
WJ605 71170 B.2 Delivered 22 September 1963.
RAF service with Nos.18, and 40 Squadrons and Station Flight Upwood.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
Named MATA ATUA.
To RAF No.45 Squadron.
Broke up during bombing run over China Rock Range, 26 miles East of Changi on 16 April 1962.
SOC with RAF on 30 May 1962 as CAT5(M).
WJ630 HP-174B B.2
T.17
Delivered 06 April 1954.
RAF service with No.100 Squadron.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
Named TAKITIMU and later MATA ATUA.
To RAF Nos.45 Squadron.
Converted to T.17 with RAF Squadrons Nos.360 and 13.
Scrapped at Wyton 1995.
WJ859 71321 T.4 Delivered 28 June 1954.
RAF service with Station Flight Scampton, Station Flight Waddington and Station Flight Coningsby.
Loaned by RAF due to delay in delivery of RNZAF Canberras.
Used by Bomber Operational Conversion Unit RNZAF, Ohakea.
Flown from UK to Woomera by RAF crew in February 1960 and thenm on to Ohakea by RNZAF crew.
Ferried back to UK by RNZAF in late 1960.
Sold to BAC 03 October 1962 for Indian Air Force
as BQ744.
Delivered to Indian Air Force in September 1963.
WJ864 71332 T.4 Delivered 06 September 1954.
RAF service with Station Flight Wittering, Station Flight Gaydon and No.232 Operational Conversion Unit.
Loaned by RAF due to delay in delivery of RNZAF Canberras and used by Bomber Operational Conversion Unit RNZAF, Ohakea.
Flown from UK to Woomera by RAF crew in February 1960 and then on to Ohakea by RNZAF crew.
Ferried back to UK by RNZAF in late 1960.
Sold to BAC on 11 March 1963.
To South African Air Force as No.458.
Delivered to South African Air Force April 1964.
Allocated to the SAAF mueum at Ysterplaat.
Broken up at Ysterplaat as spares for Peru.
WJ986 ? T.4
T.17
Delivered 16 October 1953.
RAF service with Nos.40, 90, 115, and 542 Squadrons.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
Named TAINUI.
To RAF No.45 Squadron.
Converted to T.17 with RAF No.360 Squadron.
Scrapped at Wyton in January 1995.
WJ988 R3/EA3/6613 B.2 Delivered 16 October 1953.
RAF service with No.76 Squadron, and Station Flight Weston Zoyland.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
To RAF No.45 Squadron.
Converted to T.17 with RAF No.360 Squadron.
Hit birds on takeoff.
The undercarriage was raised to stop after the port engine ingested a large bird (gull) on take off from Watton, Norfolk on 20 November 1968.
Not repaired.
The
aircraft was deemed to be damaged beyond economic repair, and struck off charge as Cat.5(c) on 07 March 1969.
WK102 71528 B.2 Delivered 15 February 1954.
RAF service with No.207 Squadron.
Operated on loan from RAF by No.75 Squadron, Tengah, Singapore.
Initial training in England and then aircraft ferried out.
Used on anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan Emergency.
Squadron strength of 9 aircraft included various aircraft at different times from 1958-1962.
With No.75 Squadron RNZAF from April 1960 until February 1962.
To RAF No.45 Squadron.
Converted to T.17 with RAF No.360 Squadron.
SOC with RAF on 18 February 1983.
Converted to Instructional Airframe 8780M.
Nose section privately owned by Sue and Roy Jerman at Welshpool, Powys, Wales.

Canberra WK102 
75 Squadron 
Tengah

 
     
 

RNZAF Museum.

 
     
  Two further Canberra aircraft which did not see RNZAF service were also obtained for display at the RNZAF museum via the UK and Australia.  
     
 
Serial c/n Type Aircraft history
WT346 71506 B(I).8 Manufactured at Preston in 1955/56.
Delivered 28 May 1956

Served with No. 88, 14, 3 and 16 Squadrons, RAF.
Alloted as instructional airframe 8197M on 22 May 1972.
SOC 8 August 1972.
To RAF Colerne Museum on 17 June 1972.
To the RAF Cosford Aerospace Museum in April 1976.
To Mr Albert Stone, a scrap dealer,
Offered for sale to New Zealand Defence Liaison staff in London.
Purchased from Mr Stone and shipped to New Zealand for the RNZAF Museum arriving in April 1994.
Located in No. 3 Hangar at Wigram in storage in good condition.
The aircraft will eventually be restored to represent an RNZAF B(I).12.

Canberra B(I)8 WT346 
Photo Bert Dugdale

A84-240 GAF.C.FF40
 
B.20 First flight 10/01/57.
Delivered 13/03/57.
Served with 2 Sqn in Malayan Emergency.
Took part in the RAAF's first jet bombing mission 03/09/58.
To ARDU 09/66.
D Servicing 31/07/67 and then to 2 Sqn.
Served with 2 Sqn in Vietnam as part of USAF 35th Tactical Fighter Wing.
Arrived at Phan Rang Air Base 16/04/67 after a 2 hour flight from Butterworth, Malaysia.
Returned to Australia 06/70.
Ended service with 6515 Hours.
Free issue to RNZAF 22/08/82 in a trade involving the aquisition of a Harvard (NZ1034) by the RAAF museum.
In August 1984, the aircraft was flown to New Zealand and accepted as a gift to the RNZAF Museum by the then Minister of Defence, the Hon. Frank O'Flynn.
The aircraft is displayed in the Aircraft Hall at the RNZAF museum, Wigram as it was when received.

Canberra A84-240
Delivery flight to RNZAF Museum 
Photo via Dave Masterson

 
     

Author: Ivan Prince (Updated by Brendan Cowan and Martin Edwards)

Sources: AHSNZ publications 1962-1980. Air Britain Historians. NZ Wings 1987-1988. "For Your Tomorrow" by Errol Martyn. RAF Aircraft WA100-WZ999 by James Halley. AHSNZ Journal December 2003, British Military Aircraft Serials 1911-1979 (Bruce Robertson), http://www.ukserials.com/ , http://www.airport-data.com , http://www.bharat-rakshak.com , http://www.warbirds.in , http://www.airforcemuseum.co.nz , http://www.bywat.co.uk ,

Emails: Martin Edwards, Brendan Cowan, Les Bilcliff, Tony MacDonald

Updated 15th December 2015

 

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