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Canadian Military Aircraft
Serial Numbers
RCAF 9645 to 9700
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Designer

Manufacturer

basic designation

variant or model

name

 

company designation

company number

 

 

 

9645

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1802

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 18 August 1942.  With No. 12 Elementary Flying Training School at Goderich, Ontario when it suffered Category C1 damage, at 14:30 on 23 September 1942.  Struck an "airdrome marker" with a lower wing at the practice forced landing field, no injuries.  Overturned on landing at Goderich at 11:25 on 10 September 1943.  RN student pilot recovered poorly from a bounce on touch down.  Originally classified as Category B damage, but the aircraft was scrapped.  To No. 6 Repair Depot on 17 September 1943, for write off.

 

last date: 27 October 1943 - Written off, guillotined

9646

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1803

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 18 August 1942.  To workshop reserve at No. 6 Repair Depot on 9 February 1944.  Pending disposal from 4 April 1944.  Stored at No. 6 Repair Depot, where it was noted with 1414:45 logged time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 10 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9647

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1804

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 18 August 1942.  To Leavens Brothers for crash repairs, 27 January to 14 April 1943.  Back to No. 1 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 3 June 1944.  Stored at No. 6 Repair Depot, where it was noted with 1653:50 logged time, 1149:55 since overhaul.  Transferred to Royal Canadian Flying Club Association, registered as CF-CHN on 14 June 1945.  Operated by the Barrie Flying Club.  Destroyed in a fire in the Thompson Aircraft Co. hanger at Barrie, Ontario on 11 August 1947.

 

last date: 27 July 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9648

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1805

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 21 August 1942, for use by No. 7 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor, Ontario.  Category A damage at 18:00 on 22 April 1943.  This aircraft was parked waiting to take off at Windsor, when landing Tiger Moth 8879 lost control during an attempted go around and struck this aircraft.  All three occupants of both aircraft uninjured.  To No. 6 Repair Depot on 1 May 1943 for scrapping.

 

last date: 26 August 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

9649

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1806

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1943 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 21 August 1942, for use by No. 7 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor, Ontario.  Crashed at 10:30 on 1 April 1943, 10 miles east of Windsor aerodrome.  Student pilot over corrected on recovery from left hand spin, entered right hand spin, and crashed before any further recoveries could be performed.  RCAF student pilot slightly injured.  Originally classified as Category B damage, later revised to Category A.  To No. 6 Repair Depot on 10 April 1943 for scrapping.

 

last date: 7 May 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

9650

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1807

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 21 August 1942, for use by No. 12 Elementary Flying Training School at Goderich, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 6 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 6 Repair Depot, where it was noted with 1508:15 logged time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 10 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9651

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1808

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 21 August 1942, for use by No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School at Oshawa, Ontario.  To Patterson & Hill for overhaul, 8 September to 22 December 1943.  To storage with No. 1 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 3 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 6 Repair Depot at Trenton, where it was noted with 1261:00 logged time, 2:00 since overhaul.  Sold to Young Men's Board of Trade Flying Club of St. Lambert, PQ, registered as CF-CJL in October 1945.  To a private owner in 1951.  Destroyed by fire, started by blow pot being used to warm engine, in 1955.

 

last date: 9 November 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9652

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1809

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 12 September 1942, for use by No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School at Oshawa, Ontario. Still with this School when it received Category C2 at 09:10 on 1 February 1943, at No. 2 practice forced landing field.  Student pilot performed "violent side slip", instructor took over but wing tip struck a tree before recovery complete.  RCAF instructor and RAF student not injured.  Category A crash at 09:00 on 27 July 1943, at Oshawa aerodrome.  Student pilot failed to correct aircraft swing while attempting a go around off a bad bounce, and stalled at low altitude.  RCAF student uninjured.  To No. 6 Repair Depot on 2 August 1943 for write off action.  Application to write off from No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School at Oshawa, Ontario dated 10 August 1943.

 

last date: 20 August 1943 - Written off, reduced to spares and produce

9653

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1810

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 12 September 1942.  With No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School, Oshawa, Ontario, December 1942 / February 1943.  RCAF student slightly injured during night flying on 28 February 1943.  Aircraft became stuck in snow at the Oshawa main aerodrome, student got out to push and was struck by the propeller.  No damage to the aircraft.  Nosed up at the Oshawa aerodrome at 16:05 on 11 December 1943, when excessive braking was applied.  Neither occupant injured.  Originally classified as Category B damage, but scrapped without being repaired.  To No. 6 Repair Depot on 17 December 1943 for write off.

 

last date: 9 February 1944 - Written off, reduced to spares and produce

9654

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1811

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 21 August 1942, for use by No. 9 Elementary Flying Training School at St. Catharines, Ontario.  To Leavens Brothers for overhaul, 24 September 1943 to 2 February 1944.  To storage with No. 1 Training Command when completed.  Issued from storage on 24 March 1944, for use by No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School at Oshawa, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 26 September 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 102 Holding Unit, where it was noted with 1408:30 logged time, 216:50 since overhaul.  To civil register as CF-BUM, registered to Cub Aircraft of Hamilton on 15 June 1945.  To W.R. Doherty of Gravenhurst, Ontario on 28 September 1945.  To J.M. McKenzie of Toronto on 21 June 1948.  Withdrawn from use later in 1948.

 

last date: 16 May 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9655

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1812

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Category C3 damage at St. Catharines aerodrome, when RAF student pilot landed with excessive side drift and ground looped.  Reported as 30 July 1943, aircraft may have been delivered direct to 9 EFTS before being officially issued.  Issued from storage on 21 August 1942, for use by No. 9 Elementary Flying Training School at St. Catharines, Ontario.  To Patterson & Hill for overhaul, 11 August to 23 September 1943.  To No. 3 Training Command when completed.  May have been with No. 4 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor Mills, PQ, but not confirmed.  To No. 9 Repair Depot on 18 January 1944, on closing of No. 17 Elementary Flying Training School at Stanley, NS.  Airframe stored "in field" after being written off.

 

last date: 29 August 1944 - Written off, reduced to spares and produce

9656

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1813

 

 

 

 

first date: 29 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 21 August 1942, for use by No. 7 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor, Ontario.  To Paterson & Hill for overhaul, 18 November 1943 to 1 March 1944.  To storage with No. 3 Training Command when completed, issued from storage on 4 May 1944.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 1281:55 total time, 100:20 since overhaul.

 

last date: 24 April 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9657

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1814

 

 

 

 

first date: 29 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 21 August 1942, for use by No. 7 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor, Ontario.  To No. 6 Repair Depot on 5 July 1943 for scrapping, eventually guillotined.

 

last date: 26 August 1943 - Written off

9658

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1815

 

 

 

 

first date: 29 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 19 January 1943, for use by No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School, Oshawa, Ontario.  Ground looped while with this unit, date unknown.  Pending disposal from 1 August 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 102 Aircraft Holding Unit, where it was noted with 1516:25 logged time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 23 January 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9659

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1816

 

 

 

 

first date: 29 July 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 7 October 1942, for use by No. 7 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor, Ontario.  Category C7 damage at Windsor aerodrome at 16:30 on 9 April 1943.  Tire blew on landing, and aircraft ground looped.  Apparently scrapped without being repaired.  This was probably because Tiger Moths were being phased out at all EFTS by this date.   To No. 6 Repair Depot on 5 July 1943 for write off action, eventually guillotined.

 

last date: 26 August 1943 - Written off

9660

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1817

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 7 October 1942, for use by No. 7 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor, Ontario.  Struck by gun fire from duck hunters on 21 November 1942, while chasing ducks at low level over the St. Clair River, near River Canard.  The aircraft was flying low enough to damage a duck blind, and the hunters deliberately targeted the aircraft when it circled back to investigate.  Instructor and student wounded, aircraft had over 200 buck shot holes.  Classified as Category C, and repaired at Windsor.  Crew reported incident as occurring on shore of Lake Erie, under poor weather conditions, to hide unauthorized low flying.  Truth not revealed until well after the war, but the legend was already circulating in the RCAF of the "Battle of River Canard".  Undercarriage damaged in a forced landing at 10:45 on 14 June 1943, after running out of fuel during dual instruction.  Only available landing spot, on the Foster farm near Windsor, was very rough.  Instructor and student both slightly injured.  To No. 6 Repair Depot on 22 June 1943, for repair or write off decision.  Eventually guillotined.

 

last date: 26 August 1943 - Written off

9661

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1818

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 24 September 1942, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  To St. Maurice Aircraft for overhaul, 22 December 1943 to 16 February 1944.  To storage with No. 3 Training Command when completed.  Issued from storage on 22 February 1944, back to No. 10 EFTS.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 1444:40 logged time, 244:10 since overhaul.

 

last date: 24 April 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9662

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1819

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 24 September 1942, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  To St. Maurice Aircraft for overhaul, 12 January to 7 March 1944.  To storage with No. 3 Training Command when completed, issued from storage on 27 May 1944.  Pending disposal from 23 August 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 302 Aircraft Holding Unit, where it was noted with 1287:50 logged time, 89:50 since overhaul.  To civil register postwar as CF-BHK, first registered to St. Lawrence Aircraft Association of Longueil, PQ on 21 September 1945.  Several subsequent owners, all in Ontario.  Still airworthy 1975.  Later to US register, first  as N5063R.  Registered as N819DH to Loughrae Maritime LLC of Charlotte, NC in 2001, registration still valid in 2008.

 

last date: 13 June 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9663

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1820

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 24 September 1942, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 14 January 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 1095:00 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 8 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9664

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1821

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 24 September 1942, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  To St. Maurice Aircraft for overhaul on 21 March 1944.  To No. 9 Repair Depot on 17 May 1944 for scrapping.  Converted to Instructional Airframe A412 on 17 June 1944.  To No. 3 Training Command on that date, for use at No. 9 Air Observers School at St. Jean, PQ.

 

last date: 2 October 1945(?) - Struck off

9665

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1822

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 24 September 1942, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  To St. Maurice Aircraft for overhaul, 24 November 1943 to 4 January 1944.  To storage with No. 3 Training Command when completed.  Issued from storage on 11 February 1944 for use at No. 4 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor Mills, PQ.  Pending disposal from 23 August 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 302 Aircraft Holding Unit, where it was noted with 1514:30 total time, 319:00 since overhaul.  Sold to K. Miknelsson.  To Icelandic register as TF-KAV, operated by a glider association..

 

last date: 12 July 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9666

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1823

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 19 January 1943, for use by No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School, Oshawa, Ontario. To Leavens Brothers for overhaul, 3 January to 28 April 1944.  To storage with No. 1 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 6 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 6 Repair Depot, where it was noted with 1215:15 total time, 2:45 since overhaul.  Sold to W.D. Lymburner of St. Lambert, PQ.  To civil register as CF-CJM.  Destroyed in a crash at St. Eugene, Ontario on 22 July 1950.

 

last date: 9 November 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9667

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1824

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 3 Training Command

 

Delivered to No. 4 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor Mills, PQ on 13 October 1942.  Damaged on landing at Windsor Mills aerodrome at 09:30 on 3 July 1943.  Aircraft ground looped, and excessive braking caused it to nose up.  Both occupants uninjured.  Originally classified as Category B damage.  To No. 9 Repair Depot at St. Jeans, PQ on 14 July 1943, for inspection, where it was decided to write off the aircraft.  Application to write off dated 30 October 1943.

 

last date: 9 December 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

9668

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1825

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 19 January 1943, for use by No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School, Oshawa, Ontario. Still there in February 1943.  Damaged in a landing accident at Oshawa aerodrome at 15:15 on 3 May 1943.  RAF student pilot was performing solo circuits when aircraft started to ground loop.  Student over corrected, dug in a wing tip, and the aircraft flipped over.  Student uninjured.  Originally classified as Category B damage.  To No. 6 Repair Depot on 11 May 1943, for inspection.  Scrapped at No. 6 Repair Depot.

 

last date: 26 August 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

9669

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1827

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 7 October 1942, for use by No. 7 Elementary Flying Training School at Windsor, Ontario.  Crashed at 14:30 on 11 April 1943, 7 miles south-east of Windsor aerodrome.  Lateral controls jammed while demonstrating unusual positions.  Wing tip struck ground during attempted forced landing, and aircraft turned over.  RCAF instructor and student uninjured.  Inspection revealed the jam was the result of "careless maintenance".  Request to scrap from No. 7 EFTS dated 11 April 1943.  To workshop reserve at No. 6 Repair Depot on 22 April 1943, scraped there.

 

last date: 17 May 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

9670

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1828

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 13 November 1942, for use by No. 3 Flying Instructors School at Arnprior, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 1119:55 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 8 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9671

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1829

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 13 November 1942, for use by No. 3 Flying Instructors School at Arnprior, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 1165:20 total time.

 

last date: 8 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9672

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1830

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 13 November 1942, for use by No. 3 Flying Instructors School at Arnprior, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 22 June 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 1174:20 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 8 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9673

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1831

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 13 November 1942, for use by No. 3 Flying Instructors School at Arnprior, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit at Cap-de-Madeleine, PQ, where it was noted with 1126:10 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 8 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9674

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1832

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 13 November 1942, for use by No. 3 Flying Instructors School at Arnprior, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 840:05 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 24 April 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9675

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1833

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 13 November 1942, for use by No. 3 Flying Instructors School at Arnprior, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 1031:10 total time.  Reported registered as CF-DAA, purchased by Mr. P. L'Heureaux of Montreal.  Interim Certificate of Airworthiness issued on 12 February 1946.  Blown over in a wind storm while parked at Dorval on 14 February 1946.  Repaired, airworthy again by 18 June 1946.  Destroyed in a hanger fire at Rougemont, PQ on 24 October 1947.  Also reported as CF-DHS, later C-FDHS, but this appears to be ex RCAF 1145

 

last date: 8 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9676

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1834

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 19 January 1943, for use by No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School, Oshawa, Ontario.  To Patterson & Hill for overhaul, 17 December 1943 to 5 April 1944.  Back to No. 1 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 26 September 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 102 Holding Unit, where it was noted with 1411.6 total time, 199:05 since overhaul.

 

last date: 23 January 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9677

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1835

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 19 January 1943, for use by No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School, Oshawa, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 9 August 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 102 Aircraft Holding Unit, where it was noted with 1078:00 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 23 January 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9678

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1836

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 August 1943 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Issued from storage on 19 January 1943, for use by No. 20 Elementary Flying Training School, Oshawa, Ontario.  Crashed at the Oshawa aerodrome at 15:45 on 21 August 1943.  RCAF student pilot was performing a solo landing, flared too high and stalled, resulting in a very heavy landing.  Student uninjured.  Originally classified as Category B damage.  To No. 6 Repair Depot for write off action on 26 August 1943.  Eventually guillotined.

 

last date: 16 September 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

9679

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1837

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 8 February 1943.  To Canadian Airways for crash repairs, 5 April to 12 August 1943.  To storage with No. 3 Training Command when completed.  Issued from storage on 7 September 1943, for use by No. 17 Elementary Flying Training School at Stanley, NS.  Overturned on landing near Stanley on 8 December 1944, when student pilot failed to allow for altitude loss in recovering from side slip in practice forced landing, and struck the ground.  Category D1 damage.  To workshop reserve at No. 9 Repair Depot on 16 December 1943, back to No. 3 Training Command on 17 February 1944.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 1460:55 total time, 345:50 since overhaul.

 

last date: 24 April 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9680

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1838

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 8 February 1943.  With No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario when it crashed at 12:00 on 24 September 1943, at Pendleton aerodrome.  RCAF student pilot was attempting to land, after a solo practice flight.  Attempted a go around, but engine was slow to respond when throttle was advanced.  Overshot the landing and ran off end of runway, student uninjured.  Wreckage to No. 9 Repair Depot on 4 October 1943 for scrapping.

 

last date: 11 March 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

9681

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1839

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 11 November 1942.  To Canadian Airways on 15 March 1943.  Back to No. 3 Training Command on 30 September 1943.  To No. 9 Repair Depot on 13 January 1944, after closure of No. 17 Elementary Flying Training School at Stanley, NS.  Pending disposal from 26 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 589:15 total time, 238:00 since overhaul.  To civil register as CF-CKJ.  Registration reserved for Toronto Flying Club on 3 January 1945, one of eleven Tiger Moths registrations reserved by the Club on at that time.  Severely damaged in a crash at Malton airport on 3 April 1949, when Club pilot lifted off after first landing, on an apparent touch and go, but over rotated and stalled at low altitude.  Aircraft cartwheeled and ended up inverted 20 feet off the side of the runway.  The only occupant was uninjured.  Registration cancelled 12 July 1949.

 

last date: 20 August 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9682

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1840

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 4 November 1942.  To de Havilland of Canada for crash repairs, 30 December 1942 to 25 March 1943.  To No. 3 Training Command when completed, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 818:35 total time, 804:10 since overhaul.

 

last date: 24 April 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9683

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1841

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 4 November 1942, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  Category A crash at 16:00 on 25 July 1943, near Navan, Ontario (today part of the City of Ottawa), while on a cross country exercise.  Instructor F/Sgt. D.E. Moffitt killed instantly, LAC J.K. Stevens seriously burnt.  Student was transported to Ottawa hospital and died seven hours after the crash.  Wreckage to No. 9 Repair Depot on 5 August 1943, for scrapping.

 

last date: 13 December 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

9684

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1842

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 4 November 1942.  To St. Maurice Aircraft for overhaul, 24 January 1944.  To storage with No. 3 Training Command on 10 March 1944, issued from storage on 10 May 1944.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 1226:15 total time, 32:15 since overhaul.

 

last date: 27 April 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9685

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1843

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 4 November 1942.  With No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario when it collided with Tiger Moth 5911 while both were attempting to land at Pendleton aerodrome, at 10:35 on 3 December 1942.  Noted as seriously damaged, but repaired and returned to service with No. 10 EFTS.  Crashed at 14:30 on 7 May 1943.  Student flew into the ground while practicing side slips and forced landings.  Accident report listed heavy winds as a possible factor.  RCAF student slightly injured.  Application to write off from No. 9 Repair Depot dated 9 August 1943.

 

last date: 26 August 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

9686

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1844

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 16 February 1943, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  Category D3 damage at 15:30 on 24 November 1943 at Pendleton aerodrome.  Student pilot landed hard and damaged tail wheel.  Crashed at Pendleton aerodrome at 12:00 on 21 March 1944.  Student pilot, on first solo, flared too high and broke undercarriage in heavy landing.  Pilot uninjured.  To No. 9 Repair Depot for scrapping on 30 March 1944.

 

last date: 29 May 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

9687

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1845

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 16 February 1943, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 10 May 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit at Cap-de-Madeleine, PQ, where it was noted with 1172:15 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 8 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9688

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1846

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 16 February 1943, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  To Canadian Airways, 20 May to 7 October 1943.  Back to No. 3 Training Command when completed.  To No. 9 Repair Depot for dis-assembly on 29 December 1943.  To storage on 11 April 1944.  Pending disposal from 14 September 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit at Cap-de-Madeleine, PQ, where it was noted with 318:15 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 24 April 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9689

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1847

 

 

 

 

first date: 9 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 16 February 1943, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  Minor damage at Pendleton aerodrome on 28 March 1943 (or 1944?) in a taxi collision with Tiger Moth 9691.  Pending disposal, and placed in storage, on 28 April 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit at Cap-de-Madeleine, PQ, where it was noted with 1199:20 total time, never overhauled.  Operated post war by several flying clubs.  Sold 1969 to R. and W. King of Rhinebeck, NY, registered as N82LN.  Sold 1987 to Loran Nordgren, converted to resemble DH.82A, registered as N82LN.  Retains DH.82C tail wheel and brakes, has modern avionics installation.  Had 2387:45 airframe time in 1991.  For sale again in 2006.  Last Certificate of Airworthiness dated 2013.

 

last date: 8 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9690

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1848

 

 

 

 

first date: 9 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 16 February 1943, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  To Canadian Airways fro crash repairs, 6 May to 15 October 1943.  Back to No. 3 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 24 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 302 Aircraft Holding Unit at Windsor Mills, PQ, where it was noted with 580:30 total time, 505:05 since overhaul.  Sold to Royal Canadian Flying Club Association.  Registered as CF-BSS to Brant-Norfolk Aero Club on 25 February 1946.  Sold to C.J. Voight of Delhi, Ontario on 17 October 1949.  Several subsequent owners, in Ontario and Nova Scotia.  Exported 3 March 1962, to J.H.C. Palen of Rhinebeck, NY. US registration N8731R.  Some sources appear to confuse this aircraft and RCAF 9689 in their US history.

 

last date: 27 July 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9691

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1849

 

 

 

 

first date: 9 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 16 February 1943, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  Minor damage at Pendleton aerodrome on 28 March 1943 (or 1944?) in a taxi collision with Tiger Moth 9689.  Pending disposal from 14 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 162:15 total time, never overhauled.  Sold post war, registered as CF-BMN on 28 December 1945, to A. Lacombe of St. Genevieve, PQ.  To A. Racicot of Montreal on 15 January 1946, then to A. Fecteau of Senneterre, PQ on 16 January 1946, and then to F. X. Martel of La Sarre, PQ on 18 January 1947.  Destroyed in taxi accident at La Sarre on 4 June 1947.

 

last date: 8 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9692

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1850

 

 

 

 

first date: 9 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  To No. 3 Training Command on 16 February 1943, for use by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School at Pendleton, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 20 June 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 1 Aircraft Storage Unit, where it was noted with 1162:15 total time, never overhauled.  To Newfoundland civil register as VO-ABE.  Registered to Newfoundland Aero Sales and Service of Quidi Vidi on 22 August 1946.  To R.H. Cochrane of Gander on 15 July 1948.  To Canadian register as CF-GPE on entry of Newfoundland into Confederation, this mark reserved on 17 March 1949.  To J.D. James of Gander by 12 August 1949.  To F. LeDrew of Corner Brook on 18 September 1953.  Crashed on 2 April 1954, on take off for delivery flight from the Corner Brook golf course to South Brook.  One ski struck snow covered rock, the aircraft swung, passed through a fence and came to rest in a group of trees.  Apparently never repaired, removed from Register in 1975.

 

last date: 8 February 1945 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9693

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1851

 

 

 

 

first date: 9 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Allocated to Eastern Air Command on 7 October 1942, to be used for rescue work.  To No. 4 Repair Depot on that date, for installation of an auxiliary fuel tank.  Ferried to Gander on 11 January 1943, by a pilot from 121 (K) Squadron.  To Western Hemisphere Organization account on 23 March 1944.  Pending disposal from 19 July 1945.  Stored at Torbay aerodrome, Newfoundland.  Noted with 891:05 total time, never overhauled, while in storage.  Reported by Griffin as passing to  Newfoundland civil register post war, as VO-ABE, but Transport Canada records clearly show VO-ABE was ex RCAF 9692 (which see).  Also reported as on Canadian civil register, as CF-GPD, but not confirmed.

 

last date: 3 September 1946 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9694

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1852

 

 

 

 

first date: 9 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Allocated to Eastern Air Command on 7 October 1942, to be used for rescue work.  To No. 4 Repair Depot on that date, for installation of an auxiliary fuel tank.  Crashed at 19:30 on 11 January 1943, while ferrying to RCAF Station Gander, by a pilot from No. 121 (K) Squadron.  Part of a three ship formation (see 9693 and 9695).  Forced landed in Cape Anguille Mountains, after engine failure.  Pilot survived, took 2 days to walk out to coast where he was rescued.  Supplies dropped from Cansos of 162 (BR) Squadron on 2 occasions as he walked out.  To workshop reserve at No. 19 Sub Repair Depot at Torbay, Newfoundland on 15 January 1943.  Written off there.

 

last date: 20 March 1944 - Written off

9695

de Havilland

De Havilland Canada

Tiger Moth

I

 

 

D.H.82C

C1853

 

 

 

 

first date: 9 September 1942 - Taken on strength by No. 1 Training Command

 

Delivered to stored reserve.  Allocated to Eastern Air Command on 7 October 1942, to be used for rescue work.  To No. 4 Repair Depot on that date, for installation of an auxiliary fuel tank.  Ferried to Gander, Newfoundland on 11 January 1943, by a pilot from 121 (K) Squadron.  To Western Hemisphere Organization account on 23 March 1944.  To storage from that date to 4 August 1944, then back to Eastern Air Command.  Pending disposal from 19 July 1945.  Stored at Torbay aerodrome, Newfoundland.  Noted with 173:05 total time, never overhauled, while in storage.

 

last date: 3 September 1946 - Written off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

9696

Bristol

 

Freighter

Mk. 31C

 

 

170 Mk. 31C

12830

 

 

 

 

first date: 25 April 1952 - Taken on strength

 

First flown as G-AINO.  Operated by 137 Transport Flight, from RAF Langar, UK, in support of 1 Air Division in Europe, in the 1950s.  Crashed while attempting to land in fog, struck trees 1.5 miles from RCAF Station Marville, France, on 3 December 1955.  Had departed from London-Gatwick.  8 fatalities, 3 survivors.

 

last date: 14 December 1955 - Struck off

9697

Bristol

 

Freighter

Mk. 31C

 

 

171 Mk. 31C

12829?

 

 

 

 

first date: 8 August 1952 - Taken on strength

 

First flown as G-AINN.  Operated by 137 Transport Flight, from RAF Langar, UK, in support of 1 Air Division in Europe, in the 1950s  Natural metal finish, coded "KC*967".  Category A crash while attempting to land at Marville in bad weather on 31 December 1963.  Note that company number listed in Griffin may be a typo.

 

last date: 21 January 1964 - Struck off

9698

Bristol

 

Freighter

Mk. 31C

 

 

172 Mk. 31C

13079

 

 

 

 

first date: 18 March 1953 - Taken on strength

 

First flown as G-18-120, then G-AMLQ.  Operated by 137 Transport Flight, from RAF Langar, UK, in support of 1 Air Division in Europe, in the 1950s, coded "GC*698".  Withdrawn from use in November 1966.  Ferried to Weston-super-Mare for disposal in early 1967.  To Wardair as CF-WAC in December 1967.  To Lambair in November 1970, crashed on 19 December 1970, after only 37 hours operating with them.  Swung off muddy runway at Trout Lake, Manitoba, severe damage to fuselage and wings.  Later scrapped.

 

last date: 16 May 1967 - Struck off

9699

Bristol

 

Freighter

Mk. 31M

 

 

 

13219

 

 

 

 

first date: 24 March 1955 - Taken on strength

 

Registered as G-18-195 for production test flights.  Operated by 137 Transport Flight, from RAF Langar, UK, in support of 1 Air Division in Europe, in the 1950s.  Camouflage removed in mid 1966.  Seen at Gatwick, UK in September 1966.  Withdrawn from use in December 1966.  Last operational RCAF Freighter flight, when it departed Decimomannu on 28 December 1966.  Ferried to Weston-super-Mare for disposal in early 1967.  To civil register as CF-WAE with Wardair.  Registered as CF-WAE to North Canada Air (Norcanair) in 1976, this registration cancelled in 1988.  Preserved at the Western Canada Aviation Museum in Winnipeg.

 

last date: 16 May 1967 - Struck off

9700

Bristol

 

Freighter

Mk. 31M

 

 

 

13249

 

 

 

 

first date: 24 March 1955 - Taken on strength

 

Operated by 137 Transport Flight, from RAF Langar, UK, in support of 1 Air Division in Europe, in the 1950s.  Withdrawn from use in November 1966.  Ferried to Weston-super-Mare for disposal in early 1967. To Wardair as CF-WAG in 1969.  Crashed through the ice on Great Slave Lake at Snowdrift, NWT on 3 May 1970, not recovered. (still there??)

 

last date: 16 May 1967 - Struck off


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