INDEX OF PRESERVED AIRCRAFT TYPES USED BY THE FAA
||Threat Status 1999-2000||
16 static complete
1 taxiing condition
2 significant preserved aircraft parts (fuselages/engines)
|No known FAA aircraft although 4 French Fleet Air Arm aircraft have survived.||In situ wrecks are unprotected||A number of aircraft are being restored including one to taxiing status by 2005.|
|Status||Civil Registration Nunber||Serial Number
|-||DV372||Mk I||See photo||Imperial
467 Squadron, 1651 Conversion Unit.
|Forward fuselage and cockpit section|
|-||FM104||Mk X||See photo prior to 2000 restoration||Toronto
Aero Space Museum, Downsview, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Previously on plinth/pylon outdoors at the Toronto National Exhibition Grounds (till November 1999) as a Royal Canadian Air Force Association Memorial. Postwar Mk.X Maritime Rec. 10 Rescue Unit.
|Static - Pending Heritage Toronto approval for a restoration plan, 2000.|
|-||FM118||Mk X||See photo||Nanton
Lancaster Society Air
Museum, Nanton, Alberta, Canada
BCATP Museum, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.
|In storage - fuselage at Nanton
Substantial pieces at BCATP Museum
|-||FM136||Mk X||marked with wartime RAF roundels and squadron code "NA-P". See photo||Calgary Centennial Planetarium/Calgary Aero Space Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.||Static display|
|-||FM159||Mk X||marked with wartime RAF roundel and squadron code "P2-T" See photo||Nanton
Lancaster Society Air Museum, Nanton, Alberta, Canada.
See history and restoration details in private website by Peter Whitfield
|Static - Under restoration to ground running condition. First engine runs proposed for 2005.|
|-||FM212||Mk X||Marked witrh wartime colours. See photo||Jackson
Park Sunken Gardens, Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
Mounted on concrete pedestal
|Static - displayed on outdoor plinth|
|C-GVRA||FM213||Mk X||Marked as "VR-A"||Canadian
Museum, Mt. Hope. Ontario, Canada.
|-||FM221||Mk X||See photo||In situ - Aircraft crashed at Resolute Bay, North West Territories, Canada, 23 September, 1950.||In situ wreck of complete aircraft|
|-||KB839||Marked in early 1950's RCAF maritime search and rescue colour scheme with postwar RCAF code "VR-D Royal Canadian Air Force" and named "Daisy". See photo. Previously in all silver RCAF coulours with code "AF-A KB839"||Greenwood Military Aviation
Museum, Greenwood CFB, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Served 1945 with RAF 431 Squadron, 419 Squadron
|Static - outdoors. Indoors being repainted 2000.|
|-||KB882||Mk X||Marked in postwar RCAF colours.See photo||St. Jacques - Edmunston Airport,
Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada.
Served with RAF 434 Squadron, 428 Squadron in 1945 and did 11 ops over Germany.
|Static - outdoors|
|-||KB889||Mk X||Restored to this aircraft's wartime configuration. See photo||Imperial
War Museum - Duxford (UK)
Served with 428 Squadron RAF 1945
|-||KB941||Mk X||-||Privately owned.
Ex 420 sqdn RAF 1945
|Centre section remains|
|-||KB944||Mk X||Marked as "NA-P". See photo||National
Aviation Museum, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Ex 425 sqdn RAF 1945
|-||KB976||Mk X||-||Privately owned K. Weeks,
of Flight, Florida (USA)
Ex Strathallan Collection (UK)
|Under Restoration, Florida, USA.|
|-||KB994||Mk X||-||Current Location unknown
Ex 408 sqdn RAF 1945
|Static - not public display|
Ailes Anciennes-Le Bourget
Former submerged wreck of 44 sdqn RAF which crashed in a swamp by the small town of Long, located between Abbeville and Amiens in Northern France on 19 /20 May 1944 on a mission against the Amiens railway yards.
|Components and engines recovered 1998|
|-||NF920||Mk I||Named "Easy Elsie". See photos. Also see Wreck pictures||In
situ wreck at Porjus, Sweden
Total known ops serving with 617 sqdn RAF as "KC-E": Tirpitz (from Russia carried 12 Johnnie Walker mines) 15-9-44 Tirpitz (Tallboy) 29-10-44. Missing on operations during daylight raid 29-10-44 during attack on German Battleship Tirpitz
|In situ wreck|
|G-ASXX||NX611||Mk VII||The aircraft now carries the codes of both the East Kirkby units, LE-C for 630 Squadron and DX-C for 57 Squadron. It is in wartime colours and named "Just Jane" with accompanying nose art.||Lincolnshire
Aviation Heritage Centre, East Kirkby, Lincolnshire, England.
Ex Historic Aircraft Museum, Sydney, Australia.
Ex gate guardian at RAF Scampton
|Airworthy - to taxiing condition only. Fully restored|
|-||NX622||Mk VII||repainted in the identification of a particular aircraft of RAF 463 squadron achieving the impressive total of 93 raids, JO-D (D-Dog)||RAAFA
Aviation Heritage Collection Museum, Bull Creek, Perth, Western Australia
Ex French Aeronavale Air Force as WU-16 and was delivered June 1952.
|Static - public display|
|-||NX664||Mk VII||original wartime configuration. See photos.||Ailes
Anciennes-Le Bourget, Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace, Le Bourget, France.
See also website http://www.seishin.fr/~ailes_anciennes/sommaire.htm
Former derelict aircraft at Wallis island (Pacific islands) 1983. Ex French Aeronavale Air Force as WU-21 and was delivered August 1952.
- complete aircraft.
Forward fuselage and cockpit restored, remainder of aircraft being restored 2000.
French FAA no WU-13
|Mk VII||painted in camouflage and
markings to commemorate New Zealand aircrew who served with the RAF - being
currently displayed as
"PB457 SR-V" of 101 sqdn and "ND752 AA-O" of 75 Ssqdn. See Kiwiaircraftimages website virtual tour photos
of Transport and Technology, MOTAT (NZ)
Ex French Aeronavale Air Force
as WU-13 and was delivered June 1952.
|Static - on display|
|-||PA474||Mk I||Marked in wartime colours as "PM-M". "Mickie the Moocher"||Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire, England.||Airworthy|
|-||R5868||Mk I||marked with Squadron codes PO-S "S" for Sugar 467 sdqn on fuselage sides with RAF serial R5868; inscription and bomb tally on port side of nose. See photo||Royal
Air Force Museum, Hendon, London, England.
Ex RAF 83 Squadron (OL-Q), 467 Squadron (PO-S), Aircraft completed 136 operational sorties.
|Static - display|
|Mk I||Marked in wartime configuration as "G" for George "AR-L" 460 sqdn. See photos||Australian
War Memorial, Canberra, ACT, Australia
Ex RAAF 460 Squadron (AR-G). Aircraft completed at least 90 Operations 1943-1944. See personal website of P. Dunn for wartime recollections of this aircraft.
|Static - from March 1999 and currently undergoing restoration at the Treloar Conservation workshops.|
|-||W4964||Mk I||Remnant mid section fuselage still marked with wartime code "WS-J". See photo||Newark
Air Museum (Newark (Notts & Lincs) Air Museum Limited), Newark,
Ex 9 sdqn RAF. Aircraft completed 109 Operations
|Static - Mid-fuselage section|