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el cid again -> Aircraft of RNZAF (5/4/2012 3:38:19 PM)

RNZAF Wartime Aircraft

The following aircraft types were used by the RNZAF during the Second World War, between the dates of the
3rd of September 1939 and the 2nd of September 1945

RNZAF Wartime Aircraft

The following aircraft types were used by the RNZAF during the Second World War, between the dates of the
3rd of September 1939 and the 2nd of September 1945

Aircraft Type
Airspeed Oxford

Avro 626

Avro Anson

Beech C-17L Staggerwing (impressed into RNZAF)

Blackburn Baffin

British Aircraft Swallow II (impressed into RNZAF)

Chance-Vought Corsair

Consolidated Catalina

Curtiss Kittyhawk

De Havilland DH60 Moth all but one (impressed)

De Havilland DH80A Puss Moth (impressed)

De Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth (24 impressed)

De Havilland DH83 Fox Moth (impressed)

De Havilland DH84 Dragon (impressed)

De Havilland DH86 Express (impressed)

De Havilland DH89 Rapide/Dominie (5 impressed)

De Havilland DH94 Moth Minor (impressed)

Douglas Dauntless

Douglas C47 Dakota

Fairey Gordon

Foster-Wickner Wicko GM1 (impressed)

General Aircraft Monospar Jubilee (impressed)

Grumman Avenger

Hawker Hind

Lockheed Hudson

Lockheed Lodestar

Lockheed Ventura

Lockheed Harpoon

Miles Whitney Straight (impressed)

Miles Hawk (impressed)

Miles Magister (impressed)

North American Harvard

Percival Gull Four (absorbed from Air Department)

Percival Vega Gull (impressed)

Porterfield 35W (impressed)

Rearwin 9000 Sporster (impressed)

Short Singapore

Short Sunderland

Supermarine Walrus

Vickers Vildebeeste

Vickers Vincent

Vickers Wellington

Waco (impressed)


Number Used

299

3

23

1

29

1

424

56

297

23

4

335

1

2

3

14

5

68

49

41

1

1

48

63

94

9

139

4

3

4 variants

2

202

1

1

1

4

4

4

11

39

62

30

3 variants


Role

Trainer (multi-use)

Biplane Trainer

Reconnaisance Trainer

Communications

Biplane Trainer

Communications at 1EFTS

Fighter-bomber

Maritime patrol/Rescue

Fighter, then Advance Trainer

Elementary Trainer

Communications

Elementary Trainer

Communications in 42 Sqn

Trainers at E&W School

Recon/Training/Comms

Recon/Training/Comms

Communications/Army Co-op

Dive Bomber (25 Sqn)

Transport (40 Sqn)

Biplane Trainer

Communications

Communications

Dive Bomber/Target Tug

Trainer/Army Co-op

Bomber Recon/Transport

Transport

Bomber Reconnaisance

Bomber Reconaisance

Communications

Elementary Trainers

Elementary Trainers

Advanced Trainer

Communications

Communications

Communications

Communications/Army Co-op

Maritime Patrol

Maritime Patrol

Maritime Trainers

Reconnaisance/Trainer

Reconnaisance/Trainer

Medium Bombers

Communications







dwg -> RE: Aircraft of RNZAF (5/10/2012 2:12:00 AM)

There seem to be some inconsistencies with this list, it seems on the surface to be solely RNZAF raised squadrons as it doesn't include most of the aircraft flown by the Article XV New Zealand manned RAF squadrons (485-490(NZ) Sqns), which were mostly in Europe, those would add Spitfire, Tempest, Mosquito and Beaufort amongst others, but for our purposes we shouldn't forget that they did include 488 (NZ) Sqn, RAF at Singapore with the Buffalo (later a UK-based night-fighter squadron). But then you come to the Sunderland, and that didn't fly with RNZAF squadrons until post-war, but did fly with the Article XV 490 (NZ) Sqn, RAF in West Africa.




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