Detail overview De Havilland DH82a

PH-UAA   s/n: 86585                fuselage: MCO/DH/4662                         
  previous  PG688 of the Royal Air Force;
09-05-1946   registered as PH-UAA to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 411;
10-07-1946   forced-landing at Gilze-Rijen;
16-07-1947   damaged while taxiën at Twente;
11-06-1948   emergency-landing near Ypenburg;
 29-06-1949   crashed in lake IJsselmeer and written off;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 13;
09-11-1949   registration PH-UAA cancelled and scrapped. 
PH-UAB   s/n: 85979               fuselage: MCO/DH/4056
  previous EM748 of the Royal Air Force;
15-03-1946   registered as PH-UAB to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 412;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 14;
13-06-1957   emergency-landing near Lopik;
08-07-1959   damaged at platform at Eelde and written off;
17-07-1959   registration PH-UAB cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UAC   s/n: 86318                fuselage: MCO/DH/4395
  previous NL871 of the Royal Air Force;
15-03-1946   registered as PH-UAC to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 413;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 15;
01-05-1953   collision on the ground with PH-UAG at Ypenburg and damaged;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
12-03-1962   crashed at Melissant with 1 fatal injury and written off;
15-03-1962   registration PH-UAC cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UAD   s/n: 86528                fuselage: MCO/DH/4605
  previous PG619 of the Royal Air Force;
15-03-1946   registered as PH-UAD to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 414
13-04-1948   crashed in the Northsea near Kijkduin and written off;
22-04-1948   registration PH-UAD cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UAE   s/n: 85988                fuselage: MCO/DH/4065
  previous EM771 of the Royal Air Force;
15-03-1946   registered as PH-UAE to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 415;
29-07-1947   collission on the ground with PH-NAO at Ypenburg and damaged;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 16;
21-07-1960   registered to Aero Limburg;
17-04-1964   collision on the ground with PH-NGE at Beek and damaged;
07-06-1965   lost it’s advertise-banner near Brunssum;
09-05-1966   lost it’s advertise-banner near Heerlen;
14-05-1966   lost it’s advertise-banner near Den Bosch;
10-09-1966   lost it’s advertise-banner near Itteren;
11-11-1966   registration PH-UAE cancelled and scrapped;
PH-UAF   s/n: 86538                fuselage: MCO/DH/4615
  previous PG629 of the Royal Air Force;
30-03-1946   registered as PH-UAF to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 416
19-07-1946   crashed at Gilze-Rijen and written off;
20-07-1946   registration PH-UAF cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UAG   s/n: 85886                fuselage: MCO/DH/3963
  previous DF137 of the Royal Air force;
30-03-1946   registered as PH-UAG to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 417;
09-03-1949   emergency-landing near Nijverdal;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 17;
15-05-1950   forced-landing at Ypenburg and damaged;
15-03-1951   damaged in hangar-tent at Ypenburg by heavy storm;
01-05-1953   collision on the ground with PH-UAC at Ypenburg and damaged;
16-01-1956   damaged on the ground at Hilversum;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaartschool;
28-02-1967   registered to General Aviation;
06-11-1967   registration PH-UAG cancelled;
06-11-1970   registered as N8232 to Geert E. Frank (USA);
22-04-1971   registered to Robert E. Rust;
26-07-1980   registered to Bruce McSwiggan;
30-06-1982   registered to J.P. Williamson;
30-01-1984   registered to Joe C. Spencer;
07-03-2001   registered to L.A. Dalton;
25-01-2002   registered to Dalton Bros Inc.;
25-06-2002   registered to George M. Jenkins;
  still present and in flying condition.
PH-UAH   s/n: 86506                  fuselage: MCO/DH/4583
  previous NM198 of the Royal Air Force; 
30-03-1946   registered as PH-UAH to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 418;
17-06-1946   forced-landing at Gilze-Rijen and damaged;
29-08-1946   crashed at Gilze-Rijen and written off;
29-08-1946   registration PH-UAH cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UAI   s/n: 86443                 fuselage: MCO/DH/4520
  previous NM123 of the Royal Air Force;
30-03-1946   registered as PH-UAI to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 419;
30-03-1946   forced-landng at Gilze-Rijen at delivery and damaged;
24-05-1948   emergency-landing near Zevenhuizen (Z-H);
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 18;
15-03-1951   damaged in hangar-tent at Ypenburg by heavy storm;
26-02-1952   emergency-landing near Winterswijk;
21-07-1960   registered to Aero Contractors;
29-01-1962   registered to Aero Ypenburg;
05-08-1966   registered to General Aviation;
27-04-1968   lost it’s advertise-banner near Rotterdam;
01-04-1970   registration PH-UAI cancelled;
-04-1970   sold to Honcoop;
13-05-1970   registered as N8223 to Geert E. Frank (USA);
30-09-1970   registered to Patrick F.  McHugh;
17-10-1977   destroyed in hangar-fire at Plum Island Airport and written off;
13-03-1981   registration N8223 cancelled.
PH-UAK   s/n: 86303                  fuselage: MCO/DH/4380
  previous NL844 of the Royal Air Force;
09-05-1946   registered as PH-UAK to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 420;
26-08-1946   crashed at Gilze-Rijzen with 1 fatal injury and written off;
27-08-1946   registration PH-UAK cancelled.
PH-UAL   s/n: 86503                 fuselage MCO/DH/4580
  previous NM195 of the Royal Air Force;
09-05-1946   registered as PH-UAL to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 421;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 19;
14-01-1950   lost it’s advertise-bannercable near Rotterdam;
18-02-1958   forced-landing at Rotterdam and damaged;
21-07-1960   registered to Skylight;
28-07-1961   crashed near Apeldoorn and written off;
23-11-1961   registration PH-UAL cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UAM   s/n: 86536                 fuselage: MCO/DH/4613
  previous PG627 of the Royal Air Force;
09-05-1946   registered as PH-UAM to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 422;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 20;
02-09-1955   forced-landing at Eindhoven and damaged;
30-08-1956   collision on the ground with PH-UAO at Hilversum and damaged;
23-08-1957   damaged at Eindhoven;
21-07-1960   registered to O. Hartman;
03-04-1961   emergency-landing near Putten;
26-07-1961   emergency-landing near Rotterdam;
08-08-1961   registered to Nastra Luchtreclame Service
06-04-1962   registered to O. Hartman;
17-04-1962   registered to Aero Ypenburg;
07-06-1963   emergency-landing near Berkel and damaged;
07-05-1966   lost it’s advertise-banner near Rotterdam;
05-08-1966   registered to General Aviation;
09-04-1967   forced-landing at Rotterdam and damaged;
26-08-1968   hit a sheep in landing at Seppe;
30-12-1968   registration PH-UAM cancelled;
11-09-1971   registered as D-EBIG to Aero Club Gelnhausen (Germany);
31-10-1972   registered to R. Meyer;
31-05-1974   registered to P. Steinberger;
13-03-1981   registered to Roter Baron Fliegerclub;
01-09-1987   registration D-EBIG cancelled;
-1989   sold to Kbely-museum Praha (Tjech.);
  restoration into RAF color-scheme and code R-1548;
  still present in display by the museum.
PH-UAN   s/n: 86537                fuselage: MCO/DH/4614
  previous PG628 of the Royal Air Force;
05-11-1946   registered as PH-UAN to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 490;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 65;
12-06-1951   emergency-landing near Haastrecht;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
26-05-1963   emergency-landing near Nieuwersluis;
31-08-1964   registration PH-UAN cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UAO   s/n: 85959                 fuselage: MCO/DH/4036
  previous EM729 of the Royal Air Force;
05-11-1946   registered as PH-UAO to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 491;
01-09-1948   emergency-landing near Dalfsen;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 66;
27-07-1950   mid-air collision with PH-UDC near Lopik and minor damage;
15-03-1951   damaged in hangar-tent at Ypenburg by heavy storm;
26-07-1951   emergency-landing near Ypenburg;
30-08-1956   collision on the ground with PH-UAM at Hilversum and damaged;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
03-03-1961   unknown incident at Hilversum;
27-05-1962   emergency-landing near Muiden;
19-05-1970   forced-landing at Hilversum and damaged;
02-09-1970   via Honcoop sold to the USA;
08-10-1970   registration PH-UAO cancelled;
08-10-1970   registered as N8233 to Geert E. Frank (USA);
26-10-1970   sold to F. Brenning;
19-12-1970   sold to R. Foger and P. Lanning;
26-03-1971   registered to R. Foger;
03-04-1972   registered to Antique Aero
?   emergency-landing and damaged;
15-12-1990   registered to H. Vandermeer;
-03-1992   sold to Stichting Dutch Tiger Flight (Netherlands);
20-11-1992   forced-landing at Lelystad and damaged;
27-12-1993   registered to Classic Air Transport;
02-07-1994   forced-landing at Leeuwarden and damaged;
31-05-2002   collision on the ground with a Cessna at Lelystad and damaged;
11-09-2006   registered to Egmond Aircraft LLC.;
08-12-2010   registered to Eastern Stearman Inc. Trustee;
  still present and in flying condition.
PH-UAP   s/n: 86548                fuselage: MCO/DH/4625
  previous PG639 of the Royal Air Force;
05-11-1946   registered as PH-UAP to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 492;
07-05-1947   collision on the ground with a Koolhoven FK-43 at Ypenburg and damaged;
03-05-1948   forced-landing at Ypenburg and damaged;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 67;
01-04-1952   emergency-landing near Reeuwijk;
18-10-1960   registered to Noord Nederlandse Aero Club;
14-04-1962   emergency-landing near Peize;
19-06-1964   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
-1967   witdrawn from use and sold to Denmark;
20-01-1969   registration PH-UAP cancelled;
-1969   scrapped.
PH-UAR   s/n: 86581                fuselage: MCO/DH/4658
  previous PG684 of the Royal Air Force;
05-11-1946   registered as PH-UAR to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 493;
26-03-1947   passenger hit by prop;
28-05-1947   emergency-landing near Leidschendam;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 68;
04-11-1954   emergency-landing near Ankeveen;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
14-08-1964   registration PH-UAR cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UAS   s/n: 86575                fuselage: MCO/DH/4652
  previous PG678 of the Royal Air Force;
05-11-1946   registered as PH-UAS to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 494;
30-09-1947   crashed in river Nieuwe Waterweg and written off;
02-10-1947   registration PH-UAS cancelled.
PH-UAT   s/n: 83856
  previous T7452 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-AHUR of Airwork Ltd.;
26-03-1947   registered as PH-UAT to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 530;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 95;
28-02-1951   forced-landing at Ypenburg and damaged;
15-03-1951   damaged in hangar-tent at Ypenburg by heavy storm;
30-01-1954   forced-landing at Ypenburg and damaged;
21-07-1960   registered to Aero Ypenburg;
30-07-1960   registered to Aero Contractors;
12-07-1961   forced-landing at Rotterdam and damaged;
29-01-1962   registered to Aero Ypenburg;
24-04-1962   registration PH-UAT cancelled;
11-05-1964   registered again as PH-UAT to Aero Ypeburg. CofR no: 1011;
22-07-1966   lost it’s advertise-banner near Rotterdam;
05-08-1966   registered to General Aviation;
15-05-1967   lost it’s advertise-banner near Rotterdam;
13-07-1967   lost it’s advertise-banner near IJmuiden;
01-07-1968   emergency-landing near Vlaardingen;
31-05-1969   lost it’s advertise-banner near Hazerswoude;
01-04-1970   registration PH-UAT cancelled;
13-05-1970   registered as N8224 to Geert E. Frank (USA)
17-09-1970   registered to David F. Shaw;
10-07-1976   last flight;
05-10-1976   sold to Kenneth D. Ecclestone as restoration-project;
1977/1978   shipped to the UK and back;
09-08-1981   registered to Kenneth D. Ecclestone;
26-09-1985   registered to Joseph Cagliardi;
28-07-1986   registered to William Schlapman;
04-04-2001   registered to James K. Stark;
23-10-2008  first flight after long-term restoration;
26-09-2019  registered to Michael A. Buck. (Richard E.  Kelley and Brian P. Lloyd co-owners)
PH-UAU   s/n: 84211
  previous T7846 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-AHUP of Airwork Ltd.;
10-05-1947   registered as PH-UAU to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 542;
07-05-1948   collision on the ground at Ypenburg with PH-NCT and damaged;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 104;
11-06-1955   collision on the ground at obstacle at Eelde and damaged;
10-06-1958   crashed at Hardewijk and damaged;
03-03-1959   emergency-landing near Bourtange;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
29-06-1963   damaged at Eelde in landing with towed banner;
30-08-1965   registration PH-UAU cancelled and withdrawn from use;
-1965   fuselage sold to Antic Aeroplanes;
-1973   fuselage to Rotterdam in bad condition;
-1978   fuselage to Daams;
-1983   fuselage to Jens Toft (Denmark);
-2000   parts used for restoration other “Tiger Moth” and remains scrapped.
PH-UAV   s/n: 82022
  previous N6744 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-AHYS of Airwork Ltd.;
26-03-1947   registered as PH-UAV to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 531;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 105;
15-03-1951   damaged in hangar-tent at Ypenburg by heavy storm;
01-11-1951   forced-landing at Ypenburg and  damaged;
28-01-1955   forced-landing at Hilversum and damaged;
13-06-1957   emergency-landing near Lopik after mid-air collision with PH-UAB;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
09-03-1965   registration PH-UAV cancelled and scrapped;
PH-UAW   s/n: 85130
  previous T6901 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-AIAK of Airwork Ltd.
10-05-1947   registered as PH-UAW to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 543;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 105;
  20-04-1953   collision on the ground at Ypenburg with PH-NCY and damaged;
16-05-1956   emergency-landing near Utrecht;
15-08-1956   forced-landing at Hilversum and damaged;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
29-06-1963  crashed at Eelde and written off;
27-11-1963   registration PH-UAW cancelled;
21-05-1965   registered as PH-AAB s/n: AY-01 to Aero Ypenburg
  was a restoration project with different parts of other Tiger Moth’s;
15-05-1966   crashed at Rotterdam and written off;
21-09-1966   registration PH-AAB cancelled;
09-11-1972   registered as N8691 (s/n: T6901) to Geert E. Frank (USA);
21-06-1973   registered to Creative Interprises;
06-06-1974   registered to Walter W. Strom;
21-08-1978   registered to Robert F. Miles;
25-03-1983   registered to Alberta J. Miles;
12-01-1984   registered to Alan C. Preston;
24-03-1986   registered to Preston Air Museum;
24-10-1986   registered to Dragonfly Interprises;
22-06-2012   registered to E & H Aerial Inc.;
21-06-2012   registered to Flight Magic LLC;
15-08-2017   sold to Wolfenden Interprises;
-08-2017   sold to Peter Winters (UK);
  12-10-2017   registration N8691 cancelled. Export to the UK;
26-03-2019   reinstal registration N8691 as export (back) to the US;
07-10-2019   registration N8691 cancelled again;
-09-2020   sold to Flying Wires (Jan Voeten cs) Netherlands;
  still present  in the Netherlands for restoration.
PH-UAX   s/n: 82077
  previous N6807 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-AHMK of Airwork Ltd.
26-03-1947   registered as PH-UAX to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 532;
07-05-1947   damaged at Ypenburg;
24-06-1947   collision on the ground at Ypenburg with G-AHXH and written off;
25-06-1947   registration PH-UAX cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UAY   s/n: 3180
  previous G-ACDG of De Havilland;
  previous BB728 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-ACDG;
26-03-1947   registered as PH-UAY to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 533;
19-08-1947   emergency-landing near Ypenburg and damaged;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 97;
28-10-1949   damaged in take-off at Ypenburg;
15-03-1951   damaged in hangar-tent at Ypenburg by heavy storm;
14-12-1953   emergency-landing near Utrecht;
23-08-1957   emergency-landing and damaged;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
30-07-1963   emergency-landing on the beach of Texel;
11-04-1964   emergency-landing near Benschop;
30-08-1965   registration PH-UAY cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UDA   s/n: 3729
  previous N5461 and 5356M of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-AIJC;
26-03-1947   registered as PH-UDA to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 543;
15-01-1948   emergency-landing near Nordhorn (Germany);
15-01-1948   emergency-landing near Assen;
13-04-1949   emerhency-landing near Oss;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 98;
15-03-1951   damaged in hangar-tent at Ypenburg by heavy storm;
26-07-1951   emergency-landing at Ypenburg;
18-10-1960   registered to Noord Nederlandse Aero Club;
06-12-1965   registration PH-UDA cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UDB   s/n: 84734
  previous T7319 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-AIJB;
26-03-1947   registered as PH-UDB to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 535;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 99
13-04-1953   collision on the ground at Teuge with PH-UET and damaged;
12-10-1960   registered to H.J. Ankersmit;
27-04-1968   emergency-landing near De Wijk;
16-07-1968   registered to M. J. Duijvenstein;
25-06-1971   registration PH-UDB cancelled;
13-10-1971   registered as N41DH to Geert E. Frank (USA);
15-05-1971   registered to David Foster;
23-07-1973   registered to Gary L. Lust;
12-06-1973   forced-landing at Fremont and damaged;
14-04-1976   registered to Picayune Ltd. (also Gary Lust);
-1993   withdrawn from use for a long term restoration;
28-06-2015   first flight after restoration;
04-11-2015   registered to Gary L. Lust;
  still present and in flying condition.
PH-UDC   s/n: 84257
  previous T7882 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-AJVS;
09-08-1947   registered as PH-UDC to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 558;
10-02-1948   emergency-landing near Middelbeers;
01-09-1948   emergency-landing near IJsselmuiden;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 114;
27-07-1950   mid-air collision with PH-UAO near Lopik and minor damage
01-05-1957   emergency-landing near Rodenrijs;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
24-06-1961   emergency-landing near Hilversum;
-1963   blown-over by storm at Rotterdam and damaged;
27-11-1963   registration cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UDE   s/n: D.H.P.- 26
  previous G-AJXJ;
09-08-1947   registered as PH-UDE to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 559;
16-09-1947   forced-start at Ypenburg and damaged;
05-02-1949   emergency-landing near Oosterhout;
01-10-1949   re-registered in Dutch 3e Register. CofR no: 115;
12-03-1952   crashed near Rijnsaterwoude and damaged;
26-07-1953   forced-landing at Ypenburg;
14-11-1953   forced-landing at Ypenburg;
28-08-1954   collision on the ground at Ypenburg with PH-NBP and damaged
31-07-1957   collision on the ground at Amerland with a sheep and damaged;
11-06-1958   crashed at Eelde and written off;
18-07-1958   registration PH-UDE cancelled and scrapped.
PH-UDX   s/n: 83607
  previous T7148 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-ALSG;
26-01-1950   registered as PH-UDX to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 239;
29-07-1950   emergency-landing near Ypenburg;
22-01-1952   emergency-landing near Amersfoort;
01-07-1954   emergency-landing near Uddel;
26-09-1960   registered to P.J. Romgens;
27-04-1962   registered to Aero Ypenburg;
03-05-1965   registration PH-UDX cancelled;
09-11-1972   registered as N8692 to Geert E. Frank (USA);
07-02-1973   registered to Gordon Peckman;
06-09-1984   registered to Robert Freudigman;
18-09-1998   forced-start at Lakeville and damaged;
08-02-1999   registered to Harry Clark;
13-05-2010   registered to Robert B. Wiggins;
  still present and in flying condition.
PH-UDY   s/n: 83157
  previous T5414 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-ALSF;
26-01-1950   registered as PH-UDY to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 240;
27-07-1950   collision on the ground at Ypenburg with PH-UDV and damaged
14-03-1952   emergency-landing near Gouda;
20-05-1958   crashed at Eelde and written off;
18-07-1958   registration PH-UDY cancelled;
-1960   sold to Nationale Luchtvaart School and restorated;
05-12-1966   registered as PH-ALG (s/n: T5414) to Aero Limburg. CofR no: 1243;
05-07-1967   registered to M.J. Duijvenstein;
05-08-1967   emergency-landing near Hengelo;
25-06-1971   registration PH-ALG cancelled;
28-01-1972   registered as N42DH to Geert E. Frank (USA);
03-04-1973   registered to Morris & Alan Lapidus;
06-11-1981   registered to Alan Lapidus;
19-11-1984   sold to Colonial Flying Corp. Museum;
13-08-1991   registered to Stephan Panarelli;
-2005   owner lost his medical;
24-10-2006   registered to Matteo J. Panerelli Trustee;
30-06-2011   registration N42DH cancelled;
27-07-2011   registered as CF-MAD to Michael Dennett, Daniel Garyfalakis and Andrew Scott (Canada);
  still present and in flying condition.
PH-UDZ   s/n: 85812
  previous DE941 of the Royal Air Force;
  previous G-ALSE;
26-01-1950   registered as PH-UDZ to the Rijksluchtvaartschool. CofR no: 241;
26-06-1951   emergency-landing near Rijswijk;
26-07-1951   emergency-landing at Ypenburg;
26-03-1960   damaged while taxiën at Hilversum;
21-07-1960   registered to Nationale Luchtvaart School;
17-08-1960   forced-landing and damaged;
02-07-1963   forced-landing at Rotterdam and damaged;
25-04-1967   registered to Wakker & Dijkstra;
11-12-1969   registration PH-UDZ cancelled;
30-12-1969   registered as N9410 to Geert E. Frank (USA);
02-08-1971   registered to George Wright;
20-11-1972   registered to D.E. Rhoades, W.W. Hall and K.R. Parker;
11-03-1974   registered to D.E. Rhoades, L.R. Hall and K.R. Parker;
08-02-1975   registered to D.E. Rhoades and K.O Howell;
21-11-1977   registered to D.E. Rhoades, K.O. Howell, F.R. Schneider and B. Reynolds;
30-08-1977   registered to D.E. Rhoades, M.B. Lesser, F.R. Schneider and B. Reynolds;
06-10-1977   registered to D.E. Rhoades, M.B. Lesser and C.J. Eaton;
02-11-1979   registered to John Morelli;
27-07-1989   registered to Michael Maniatis;
  still present and in flying condition.