ADF-SERIALS
Australian & New Zealand Military Aircraft Serials & History

RAAF Series 1
1921 to 1934

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The first series of type allocations beginning with the formation of the RAAF in 1921.

 
     
 
Aircraft History Page Aircraft Image Gallery Aircraft History Page Aircraft Image Gallery
A1 - de Havilland D.H.9A De Havilland D.H.9A
A1-16 A2 - RAF S.E.5a Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a
 A2-1
AWM photo
A3 - Avro 504 Avro 504K 
A3-4 A4 - Sopwith Pup Sopwith Pup
A4-9
Photo via Ken Rowland
A5 - Vikers Vimy Vimy G-EAOU, Point Cook, c.1920.via Mike Mirkovic. A5 - Westland Wapiti Westland Wapiti
A5-10
A5-22
A6 - de Havilland D.H.9 De Havilland D.H.9
 A6-14
Nhill, Vic. 
June 1922
Photo Nhill Historical Society via Kevin OReilly A7 - de Havilland D.H.60 Moth Series Highlight for Album: DH.60X Cirrus Moth 
A7-7
A8 - de Havilland D.H.50A

(Also A10 - de Havilland D.H.50A in RAAF Series 2)

De Havilland D.H.50A 
A8-1 
Point Cook 1923
Photo via Ken Rowland A9 - Supermarine Seagull III Highlight for Album: Seagull III A9-9
A10 - Fairey IIID Fairey IIID
A10-6
Photo via Ken Rowland A11 Felixstowe F5
(Not Taken Up)
Felixstowe F5 
Image via Brendan Cowan
A11 - Supermarine Southampton I Supermarine Southampton 
A11-2 refuelling at Welshpool 
October 1933 A12 - Bristol Bulldog IIA Bristol Bulldog 
Photo via Ken Rowland
 
     

Page Authors: Darren Crick, Brendan Cowan & Martin Edwards

Page Updated 23 March 2015

 

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