Avro Anson C.1

 Twin engine training and communications aircraft and light transport.

    On January 16th 1947 the Belgian government ordered 11 Avro Anson I and two Avro Anson XII light transport aircraft through "Command paper 7039" (together with some other aircraft types). In contrary of the contemporarily Airspeed Oxford the Anson was only used by the 169th/15th Transport Wing based at Evere and later  Melsbroek and the 7th Wing at Chièvres. In 1954 the obsolete Ansons were replaced by the Percival Pembroke and the remaining aircraft were scrapped.

NA-3

RAF Serial

Date In

EG208

May 1947

Date Out

Apr 1954

History

NA-3/ZC-E, NA-3/OT-ZCA.

NA-4

RAF Serial

Date In

EG268

May 1947

Date Out

Mar 1955

History

NA-4

NA-5

RAF Serial

Date In

DG773

May 1947

Date Out

Jun 1955

History

NA-5/OT-ZCB.

NA-6

RAF Serial

Date In

NK619

May 1947

Date Out

Sep 1954

History

NA-6/ZC-F, NA-6/OT-ZCC.

NA-7

RAF Serial

Date In

LT605

May 1947

Date Out

1953

History

NA-7, 7W,

NA-8

RAF Serial

Date In

NK639

May 1947

Date Out

Sep 1954

History

NA-8/ZC-I, 7W, stored Wevelgem.

NA-9

RAF Serial

Date In

N5218

May 1947

Date Out

Sep 1954

History

NA-9, stored Wevelgem.

NA-10

RAF Serial

Date In

LT126

Dec 1947

Date Out

Dec 1948

History

NA-10, rejected by Sabca after delivery

NA-11

RAF Serial

Date In

R9605

Jun 1947

Date Out

Dec 1948

History

NA-11, accident at Brustem on 27 Jan 1948.

NA-12

RAF Serial

Date In

N5028

Jun 1947

Date Out

Sep 1954

History

NA-12/ZC-Q, OT-ZCQ, stored Wevegem.

NA-13

RAF Serial

Date In

NK792

Jun 1947

Date Out

Feb 1955

History

NA-13/ZC-R, NA-13/OT-ZCG

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