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A brief history of each individual Norseman

 

 

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1    CF-AYO    

The prototype Norseman.  First flew on November 14, 1935, powered by a Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind.  Delivered to Dominion Skyways, Rouyn, Quebec January 18, 1936.  The aircraft was named “Arcturus”.  Was hired by Warner Brothers in the summer of 1941 for the filming of  “Captains Of  The Clouds” in the North Bay area of Ontario and carried temporary registration CF-HGO during the filming.   Registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines in 1942 (CPA fleet No. 31) and then to Cap Airways, Cap de la Madeline, Quebec on October 8, 1947.  On January 5, 1950 it was registered to Gold Belt Air Service, Rouyn, Quebec and then on April 10, 1951 to Mont Laurier Aviation Co., Montreal, Quebec.  Registered to Albert Racicot, Montreal, Quebec on June 12, 1952 and then to Orillia Air Service, Orillia, Ontario on July 6, 1953.  On August 28, 1953 it departed Opeongo Lake, Ontario with pilot Roy Downing and two passengers on board and crashed at Round Island Lake in the Georgian Bay Area of Ontario.  All on board perished.  The wreckage was recovered in November 1992 and is in storage at the Canadian Bush Plane Heritage in Sault St. Marie, Ontario.

  CF-AZA    695    

Registered to MacKenzie Air Service, Edmonton, Alberta on April 30, 1936 as CF-AZA. Powered by a Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind.  On December 4, 1936 it was re-engined with a P & W Wasp SC-1 to become a Mark lll.  April 29, 1937 it was again re-engined.  This time with a P & W Wasp S3H-1 to become a Mark lV.  One night in 1938 the aircraft was taken from the dock on the snye at Ft. McMurray, Alberta, by MacKenzie Air Service mechanic Ray Arnold, a non-pilot.  Take-off was attempted on the Clearwater River, the aircraft hit a sandbar, flipped on it’s back and suffered substantial damage.   The aircraft was shipped to Edmonton for repair.  Went to the RCAF, Western Air Command April 20, 1940 as aircraft No. 695 and was assigned to No. 6 (BR) Squadron in Jericho Beach, B.C.  Involved in a category “A” crash on August 20, 1944 at Coal Harbor, BC. and written off.

3    CF-AZE   

Powered by a Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind.  Registered to R. Cockeram (Prospector Airways), Clarkson, Ontario on May 28, 1936 as CF-AZE.  Named “Ruth IV”.  Registered to United Air Transport, Edmonton, Alberta on February 28, 1938 and then to BC Air Transport, Vancouver, BC, on March 8, 1939.  Registered to Ginger Coote Airways Ltd., Vancouver, BC on October 30, 1939 and worked in the Zeballos area of Vancouver Island in 1939 and 1940.  On October 29, 1940, while en route from Vancouver to Zeballos, BC. with the pilot and three passengers, a fire started in the engine compartment.  The pilot landed the aircraft near Nanaimo, BC. and ran it ashore where it was destroyed by the fire.  The three passengers suffered serious burns, but all survived. 

4    CF-AZS   

Powered by a Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind.  Delivered to Starrat Airways, Hudson, Ontario on July 2, 1936.  On June 16, 1937, landing at Red Lake, Ontario, the aircraft slewed, hit trees on an island and came to rest inverted.  It later sank and was written off. No injuries.

5    CF-BAM    694    CF-BZM    

Registered to Noorduyn Aircraft Ltd., Montreal, Quebec on September 5, 1936.  Sold to MacKenzie Air Service, Edmonton, Alberta on December 17, 1936.  Powered by a P & W Wasp SC-1.  On June 26, 1937 it was re-engined with a P & W Wasp S3H-1 to become a Mark lV.   While at Noorduyn, it was used to test a flush mounted exhaust system designed to decrease drag and improve speed.  This transferred excessive heat into the cockpit and was abandoned.  Registered to Canadian Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1939.  It was impressed into RCAF service as aircraft No. 694 in 1940.  Went to war assets March 7, 1946 and sold in that year to Johannesson Flying Services, Winnipeg, Manitoba as CF-BZM.  Bought by Parson’s Airways, Kenora, Ontario September 15, 1952.  It crashed July 25, 1958 after being involved in a mid-air collision with Ontario Central Airlines Norseman CF-IRH (c/n 836) at Kenora, Ontario.  Apparently both aircraft were approaching to land when one descended down onto the other.  CF-BZM was written off and CF-IRH later repaired.  Total time on CF-BZM 6,781 hours as of March 28, 1958.

6    CF-BAU    

The Prototype Mark lV.  Powered by a P & W  Wasp S3H-1.  Registered to Noorduyn Aircraft Ltd., Montreal, Quebec on November 13, 1936.  Purchaser, Canadian Airways of Winnipeg, Manitoba owned a spare P&W Wasp SC-1 and asked that this engine be installed.  Re-engined on November 25, 1936 and delivered as a Mark ll .  Registered to Canadian Airways on December 8, 1936.  It was again re-engined on December 15, 1937 with a P&W Wasp S3H-1 to once again become a Mark lV.  Re-registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines in 1941 when they bought out Canadian Airways.  CPA Fleet No. 36.  Registered to Central Northern Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba on May 21, 1947.  Sold to Arctic Wings Ltd., Churchill, Manitoba for $10,000 and registered to them on October 1, 1948.  On April 20, 1951 it broke through ice on the Hayes River, York Factory, Manitoba and later sank.  Written off. Total time was 9,225 hours.

7    -BCFAV    2494   CF-DER

Originally to have been a Mark lll but re-engined during construction and completed as a Mark lV.  Registered to Wings Ltd, Winnipeg, Manitoba on December 12, 1936.  Re-engined with a P&W Wasp SC-1 on March 19, 1939.  Impressed into RCAF service as aircraft No. 2494 and assigned to No. 15 T.D., Winnipeg, Manitoba on July 23, 1940.  Sent to Noorduyn Aviation on November 28, 1940 for modifications to make it a Mk IV/W for wireless training.  It was re-engined with a Wasp S3H-1 either before RCAF service or during this time at Noorduyn.  In late 1941 it was transferred to No. 1 Training Command and to No. 4 Wireless School.  Was involved in a category “C” accident at Guelph, Ontario on February 12, 1942.  Repairs were made by Noorduyn Aviation and it was put in Reserve Storage on July 31, 1945.  On January 24, 1946 it was transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal and sold as war surplus to Imperial Oil Ltd., Toronto, Ontario and registered as CF-DER on February 16, 1946.  Destroyed by fire while fueling at Aklavik, NWT. on February 29, 1948.

8    CF-BAN    697    CF-CRU

Originally to have been a Mark lll but re-engined during construction with a P&W  Wasp S3H-1 and completed as a Mark lV.  Delivered to General Airways, Toronto, Ontario on January 26, 1937.  Registered to MacKenzie Air Services, Edmonton, Alberta on July 17, 1938..  Impressed into RCAF Service as aircraft No. 697 and assigned to No.6 (BR) Squadron, Jericho Beach, BC. on February 24, 1940.  Also served with No.13 Squadron Sea Island, BC.  Served with Western Air Command until 1946.  Transferred to War Assets on May 8, 1946.  Sold to Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered as CF-CRU on March 7, 1947.  CPA Fleet No. 49.  Registered to Peace River Northern Airlines Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta on June 23, 1947 and then to Northern Airlines Ltd., Big River, Saskatchewan on August 4, 1950.  On May 19, 1951 it was re-registered to Saskatchewan Government Airways, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan when they bought out Northern Airlines.  Sold to Waite Fisheries Ltd., Big River, Saskatchewan on August 30, 1954 and registered to them on November 18, 1954.  Sold to McMurray Air Services Ltd., Fort McMurray, Alberta on October 24, 1955 and registered to them on December 15, 1955.  Registered to Brotherston North West Company Ltd., Red Lake, Ontario on March 25, 1966 and then on May 18, 1967 to Amodeo, Dryden, Ontario.  Damaged at North Spirit Lake, Ontario on February 28, 1968.  On landing, the aircraft struck a hard drift and the left undercarriage outrigger tubing failed, causing the collapse of the left undercarriage.  Registered to Drydenair, Dryden, Ontario on September 6, 1968.  On November 22, 1968, flight into light freezing rain caused engine failure due to carburetor icing and the aircraft crashed in bush.  Some parts of the aircraft were salvaged.  The wreckage was further damaged when a forest fire later burned through the area.  As of  February 10, 1968 total time was 8,932 hours

9    CF-BAW

Delivered to E & M Air Transport, Sheridon, Manitoba, and registered as CF-BAW on March 19, 1937.  Registered to Arrow Airways, The Pas, Manitoba  on May 13, 1941.  Registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines in 1942.  CPA fleet No. 40.  On January 3, 1944 it was destroyed by fire while being serviced in a nose hangar at Yellowknife, NWT.  As of March 27, 1943 total time was 3,245 hours.

10    CF-BDC

Registered to Canadian Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba as CF-BDC on May 3, 1937.   Re-registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines in 1941 when they bought out Canadian Airways.  CPA fleet No. 41.  Registered to Central Northern Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba on May 19, 1947.  Submerged at a dock at Hudson, Ontario during a wind storm on August 5, 1947. Further damaged during salvage attempts and written off

11    CF-BDD

Registered to Canadian Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba, as CF-BDD on April 22, 1937.  Re-registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines in 1941 when they bought out Canadian Airways.  Destroyed at Tofino, BC., on December 29, 1945.  Floats were torn off during a glassy water landing.

12    CF-BDE    2493

Delivered to Starratt Airways, Hudson, Ontario, on July 6, 1937 and registered as CF-BDE.  Later operated by the RCAF as aircraft No. 2493 until it was time expired and sent to Noorduyn Aviation on October 5, 1941 for overhaul.  It was written off and reduced to “Spares and Produce” on March 15, 1941.  Total time 3,156 hours.

13    CF-BDF

Registered to N. H. Bell (Skylines Express), Merrickville, Ontario on July 20, 1937 as CF-BDF.  Registered to Canadian Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba on June 16, 1938.  Re-registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines in 1941 when they bought out Canadian Airways.  CPA fleet No. 42.  Registration allotted to Peace River Northern Airlines, Edmonton, Alberta on May 15, 1947 but not taken up.  Registered to J.R. Gauthier (Northern Air Service), Senneterre, Quebec on September 6, 1947.  On June 16, 1955 it was registered to Albert Racicot, Montreal, Quebec and then on October 1, 1955 to Gagnon Air Service, Kenogami, Quebec.  Registered to Dolbeau Air Service, Dolbeau, Quebec on September 2, 1964 and then to St. Felicien Air Service, St. Felicien, Quebec in 1970.  Registered to Cargair, Cte Bethier, Quebec in 1975 and to Ron Proulx, Repentigy, Quebec in 1976.  Destroyed at Lac Sacaomie, Quebec on September 7, 1977.  Stalled and crashed during turn to final over glassy water (DOT Q70099).  Pilot and one passenger uninjured.  Registered to Terry Challice Etal, North Augusta, Ontario, on February 28, 1984.  Reported bought by Ron Proulx in November, 1990.  It appears that at one time there may have been plans to rebuild the aircraft.

14    CF-BDG

Registered to Noorduyn Aircraft Ltd., Montreal, Quebec on September 9, 1937 as CF-BDG.  Sold to Canadian Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba and registered to them on November 24, 1937.  Re-registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines in 1941 when they bought out Canadian Airways.  On February 22, 1942, en route from Yellowknife to Cambridge Bay, NWT., the aircraft caught fire.  The pilot made a successful landing at Dumas Lake but the aircraft was destroyed by fire.  The pilot and one crew survived but one passenger died.  The aircraft and survivors were not found until March 3, 1942.

15    CF-BFR    696    CF-CRT    

Registered to United Air Transport, Edmonton, Alberta on August 14, 1937.  Registered to Mackenzie Air Service, Edmonton, Alberta on July 18, 1938.  Impressed into RCAF service as aircraft No. 696 and delivered to Vancouver, BC, on February 24, 1940.  Coded XE-Z and assigned to No. 6 (BR) Squadron in Jericho Beach, BC.  Served with Western Air Command until transferred to War Assets for disposal on May 8, 1946.  Sold as war surplus to Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered as CF-CRT on October 3, 1946.  CPA Fleet No. 48.  Registered to Central Northern Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba, on May 19, 1947.  On January 20, 1949, a forced landing due to engine failure (Possible carburetor ice) was made thirteen miles south of Bisset, Manitoba.  The aircraft over shot a small lake, crashed in bush and was destroyed.  The pilot and four of six passengers were injured.  Engine and instruments were salvaged.  Reported later as salvaged by the Western Canada Aviation Museum, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

16    CF-BFS    CF-MPE

Registration CF-BFS was allotted but changed to CF-MPE during construction when it was bought by the RCMP and registered to them on August 18, 1938.  Written off in an accident at Sioux Lookout, Ontario, October 30, 1939 when a defective oleo leg collapsed on landing.  The wreck was shipped to Noorduyn and the wings mated to a new fuselage to become CF-MPF (C/N 27).

17    CF-BFT    

Shown as registered to Noorduyn Aviation Ltd., Montreal, Quebec on January 15, 1938 as CF-BFT. Registered to Hudson Bay Air Transport on February 21, 1939. On April 25, 1958 it was registered to Sioux Narrows Airways, Sioux Narrows, Ontario and on June 1, 1959 to Parsons Airways Northern, Flin Flon, Manitoba. Next registered to Parsons Airways, Kenora, Ontario 0n May 8, 1967. It is reported as having been fitted a Mark V undercarriage while with Parsons. Registered to Ignace Airways, Ignace, Ontario on July 17, 1968 and to Douglas Fiedler, Terrace, BC. on September 9, 1976.  C of A expired on May 1, 1978 and was renewed on February 24, 1988 when registered to Nordquist. A sale is reported in November 1987 but no details given. Registered to Larry A. Nordquist, Blackfoot, Alberta on February 24, 1988 and then to Carl Wettlaufer, Edmonton, Alberta on January 1, 1989. Registered to Dancal Holdings (Andrew Lake Lodge), Edmonton, Alberta on July 23, 1990. It is possible that the aircraft may have been restored at about this time. Registered to Aeropac Services, Calgary, Alberta on June 18, 1993 and appears to have operated out of Fort Smith, NWT. Again registered to Dancal Holdings on July 12, 1993. Acquired by The Canadian Bush Plane Heritage, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario in 1998.

18    CF-BFU

Registered to Metshico Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, on May 22, 1939.  In November 1940 it was loaned to the Royal Norwegian Air Force and operated by them in what was known as “Little Norway” (Muskoka) in the Toronto area until 1941.  Registered to Hudson Bay Air Transport, Flin Flon, Manitoba, on May 4, 1941 and then to Sioux Narrows Airways, Sioux Narrows, Ontario, on May 14, 1958.  Registered to Parson’s Airways (Northern), Flin Flon, Manitoba, on July 25, 1961.  In 1968 it was registered to Selkirk Air Services, Selkirk, Manitoba, and then on June 6, 1971 to Cambrian Air, Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Registered to Gayle Air, Winnipeg, Manitoba, on July 29, 1971.  While on skis, a landing was attempted on the runway at Selkirk, Manitoba.  The aircraft overturned and was destroyed by fire.  Date unknown.

19    693    CF-QAA 

Possibly on civil register prior to RCAF service.  Impressed into RCAF service as aircraft No. 693 on April 1, 1940 and assigned to No. 1 wireless school on April 6.  Subsequently served with No. 4 Training Command, No. 2 Training Command and No. 8 PLD., Winnipeg, Manitoba.  On January 21, 1944 it was transferred to Western Air Command and served on the Northwest Staging Route.  Placed in reserve storage on July 11, 1945.  Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on February 14, 1946.  Sold as war surplus to the Province of Quebec, Department of Game and Fisheries and registered as CF-QAA on February 4, 1946.  The Quebec government decided not to operate the aircraft and sold it to Arthur Fecteau, Senneterre, Quebec who registered it on March 29, 1946.   The aircraft was damaged in a crash on January 16, 1950.  This occurred during a test flight after overhaul and control cables were found to have been crossed.  It was sold in damaged condition to Albert Racicot, Montreal, Quebec who had it rebuilt and then registered on June 16, 1951.  On July 17, 1951 it was registered to Charles Bell, St. John’s Newfoundland and on April 29, 1953 to Eastern Provincial Airways, St. John’s..It was damaged on March 13, 1955 when a landing was made with a ski hanging in a vertical position.  Sold to Noorduyn Aircraft Company where it was rebuilt and registered July 18, 1956 to Austin Latremouille (For Noorduyn Aircraft), Montreal, Quebec.  Registered to Gold Belt Air Service, Rouyn, Quebec on May 22, 1957.  Destroyed at Allard River, Quebec on March 14, 1959. Takeoff on skis was attempted but aborted, possibly due to frost on wings. The aircraft hit rocks and cart wheeled killing pilot C.H. Brown.

20    678

Delivered to the RCAF May 25, 1938 as aircraft No. 678 and assigned to RCAF Station Ottawa, Ontario.  Served with No. 7 G.P. and No. 8 G.P. Squadron, Ottawa until September 13, 1939 when it was transferred to RCAF Station Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.  On September 27 it was transferred to No. 8 (B.R) Squadron.  Transferred to Stores, trenton, Ontario on January 24, 1940 and then on April 10, 1940 to No. 1 Training Command.  Involved in a category “A” accident at Grafton, Ontario on May 16, 1940. Officially written off on August 2, 1940.

21    679     CF-SAH

Delivered to the RCAF June 27, 1938 as aircraft No. 679 and assigned to RCAF Station Ottawa, Ontario.  Transferred to Trenton, Ontario on July 5, 1938.  Involved in a Category “B” accident at Trenton on July 13, 1939 and sent to Noorduyn Aviation, Montreal for repair on August 23, 1939.  Returned to Trenton on December 5, 1939.  Involved in a Category “C” accident at St. Hubert, Quebec on January 24, 1940.  Sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repair on January 31 and returned to Trenton on February 28, 1940.  Subsequently served with No. 1 Training Command, No, 1 Wireless School then transferred to No. 4 Training Command, Regina, Saskatchewan on December 18, 1940.  On June 11, 1941 it was transferred to No. 2 Training Command, No. 7 Bombing and Gunnery School.  On January 20, 1942 it was sent to MacDonald Brothers, Winnipeg, Manitoba for overhaul and returned to No. 4 Training Command on June 6, 1942.  Sent to Midwest Aviation on November 29, 1943 for overhaul being time expired.  Transferred to No. 2 Air Command on December 30, 1944 and put in Reserve Storage until October 31, 1945 when it was transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal.  Bought by Saskatchewan Air Ambulance and registration CF-SAH allotted on May 14, 1945.  Ferried from Moose Jaw to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan on November 2, 1945.  Registered to Saskatchewan Government Air Ambulance, Regina, Sask. on January 30, 1946.  Registered to Saskatchewan Government Airways, Prince Albert, Sask. on December 8, 1947.  It was one of three aircraft modified with a belly exit to allow the dropping of the Saskatchewan Smoke Jumpers while on floats.  The other two being CF-SAM (N29-27) and CF-ECF (N29-37).  Registered to Northland Fish Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba on September 26, 1955.  Next registered to D.C. Jorgenson, Sioux Lookout, Ontario on January 6, 1959 and then back to Northland Fish on May 7, 1959.  Registered to Manitoba Fisheries, Winnipeg, Manitoba on August 11, 1959.  Registered to Merlyn Carter, Hat River, NWT on August 21, 1962 and re-registered to Carter Air Service, Hay River on November 21, 1962.  Destroyed at Hay River 0n December 29, 1962 when it stalled and crashed shortly after take off.  Frost on wings was blamed.  The pilot and three passengers escaped injury.  The wreckage was donated to Reynolds Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta in 1986.  Total time as of May 1958 was 6940 hours.

22    680    CF-FJB

Delivered to the RCAF June 30, 1938 as aircraft No. 680 and assigned to RCAF Station, Ottawa, Ontario.  Transferred to Trenton, Ontario on July 18, 1938, to A.N.S.S. on July 19 and to A.T.S. on May 8, 1939 .  Went to RCAF Station Dartmouth, Nova Scotia on September 13, 1939 then back to Trenton on January 24, 1940.  Transferred to No. 1 Training Command on April 1, 1940 , to No. 1 Wireless School (No. 3 Training Command) on September 6 and then to No. 4 Training Command, Regina, Saskatchewan on December 18, 1940.  Sent to Edmonton, Alberta for repairs on April 15, 1941, returning to No. 4 Training Command (No. 34 S.F.T.S) on August 18, 1941.  Transferred to No. 2 Air Command on December 1, 1944.  Sent to No. 8 Repair Depot (W.R.) on January 23, 1945 for redoping, installation of oil cooler shutters, installation of oil dilution system and checking and replacement of instruments as necessary.  Returned to No. 2 Air Command on February 2, 1945 and placed in Reserve Storage until transferred to North West Air Command on July 26, 1945.  Transferred to Apdal N.W.A.C. on April 4, 1946 and the to War Assets Corporation for disposal on February 8, 1947.  Bought by J.R. Gauthier, Northern Air Service, Senneterre, Quebec and registered as CF-FJB on March 25, 1947.  Registered May 25, 1955 to A. Racicot, Montreal, Quebec. Registered to La Tuque Air Service, La Tuque, Quebec in 1957. Crashed into trees during flight in poor weather near La Tuque on May 30, 1983. Destroyed. Three killed and two serious injuries..

23    681    CF-CRD

Delivered to the RCAF July 23, 1938 as aircraft No. 681 and assigned to Trenton, Ontario. Transferred to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia on September 13, 1939 and then back to Trenton on January 24, 1940.  Served with No. 1 Training Command No. 3 Training Command until transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on February 14, 1946.  Sold as war surplus to Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered as CF-CRD on July 31, 1946.  CPA fleet No. 44.  Registered to Central Northern Airways Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba on June 3, 1947.  Re-registered to Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba in 1956 when Central Northern and Arctic Wings merged to become Transair.  Registered to Northland Fish, Winnipeg, Manitoba on January 1, 1957. Destroyed ten miles south of Island Lake, Manitoba on July 6, 1957 when it crashed in bush after engine failure.  The pilot and one passenger escaped injury.  As of January 1, 1957 total time was 6,690 hours

24    691    CF-EJB

Delivered to the RCAF January 23, 1940 as aircraft No. 691 and assigned to Trenton, Ontario.  Transferred to No. 1 Training Command on April 4, 1940 and on to No. 1 Wireless School and No. 3 Training Command on September 6, 1940.  Crashed at St. Genevieve, Manitoba, on April 19, 1941 while en route from No. 1 Wireless School to No. 2 Wireless School, Calgary, Alberta.  It was repaired by Noorduyn Aviation and returned to No. 1 Wireless School where it was put in storage on April 10, 1946.  Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on July 23, 1946.  Sold as war surplus to Spilsbury and Hepburn Ltd., Vancouver, BC, and registered as CF-EJB.  Registered to Queen Charlotte Airlines Ltd., Vancouver, BC, on January 31, 1947.  Withdrawn from service on January 12, 1952 and reported as being beyond economic repair due to corrosion in fuselage.

25    692    CF-CRC

Delivered to the RCAF February 19, 1940 as aircraft No. 692.  Served with No. 1 Training Command until being put into Reserve Storage on September 14, 1945.  Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on January 14, 1946.  Sold to Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered July 11, 1946 as CF-CRC.  CPA fleet No. 43.  On June 28, 1947 it was registered to Central Northern Airways Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba and on June 16, 1954 to Canadian Fish Producers Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Registered to Northland Fish Ltd., Winnipeg Manitoba on June 8, 1955 and in 1956 to Canadian Aircraft Renters Ltd., Toronto, Ontario. Subsequently registered to  J. Gagnon in 1957 and to Gold Belt Air Service, Rouyn, Quebec on December 1, 1958.  Registered to La Sarre Air Service, La Sarre, Quebec on July 4, 1962 and then to Cargair Ltd., Quebec on September 3, 1974.  On June 13, 1986 it crashed into trees during flight in poor weather at Lake Murray, Quebec.  Reported salvaged by Gordon Hughs, Ignace Ontario.  Deleted from the register on March 3, 1995.

26    698    CF-CRE

Delivered to the RCAF May 22, 1940 as aircraft No. 698 and was assigned to RCAF Station Trenton, Ontario.  On September 6, 1940 it was transferred to No. 1 Wireless School and on December 8, 1940, to No. 4 Training Command, Regina, Saskatchewan.  It was involved in a category “B” accident when it caught fire on the ground, burning the fabric off the port wing and damaging the port side of the fuselage.  The aircraft was repaired and assigned to No. 2 Training Command on July 26, 1943, where it served until being put into storage on April 12, 1945.  On March 1, 1946, it was transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal.  Reported as sold as war surplus to Mackenzie Air Service, Montreal, Quebec, and registered as CF-CRE.  Registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines on March 8, 1946.  CPA fleet No 45.  Registered to Peace River Northern Airlines on May 15, 1947.  Registered to Great Northern Skyways Ltd., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, on October 2, 1947.  Crashed and destroyed while landing at Wawa, Ontario, on January 30, 1951.  Pilot and seven passengers escaped injury.  Total time was 3,340 hours.

27    CF-MPF

Parts from the wreckage of CF-MPE (c/n 16  crashed October 30, 1939) were used in it’s construction.  Test flown on May 25, 1940 and registered to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on June 6, 1940 as CF-MPF.  Removed from RCMP service January 12, 1948 and replaced by CF-MPL (N29-40).  The engine was used in CF-MPL and the airframe sold by war assets on December 9, 1949.  Registered to Albert Racicot, Montreal, Quebec on January 30, 1950 and reported leased to A. Fecteau.  Registered to Hall’s Air Service Ltd., Val d’or, Quebec on January 30, 1951 and then again to Albert Racicot on September 23, 1953.  On November 2, 1953 it was registered to Gold Belt Air Service, Rouyn, Quebec, and then on July 1, 1962, to Kapuskasing Flying Service Ltd., Kapuskasing, Ontario.  Registered to White River Air Service, White River, Ontario on May 26, 1965 and then to Ignace Airways Ltd, Ignace, Ontario on June 30, 1965.  Destroyed by fire at Ignace, Ontario, in May 1967.  No details.  As of April 26, 1967 total time was 9,270 hours

28    2455

Delivered to the RCAF August 12, 1940 as aircraft No. 2455 and assigned to No. 1 Wireless School, St. Hubert, Quebec.  On August 5, 1943 it was involved in a category “A” crash near Megantic, Quebec. Repaired by Noorduyn Aviation and on April 4, 1944 assigned to No. 3 Training Command where it was put into Reserve Storage.  On July 25, 1944 it was transferred to No. 6 Repair Depot for installation of wireless equipment, then on October 18, 1944 to No. 1 Training Command.  Reduced to “Spares and Produce” on September 12, 1945. (Reported sold as war surplus, but details unknown)

29    2456    CF-BTC

Delivered to the RCAF on September 13, 1940 as aircraft No. 2456 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command.  On January 29, 1941 it was involved in a Category “B” crash at St. Hubert, Quebec.  Repaired by Noorduyn Aviation and on August 9, 1941, it was assigned to No. 1 Training Command where it was placed in Reserve Storage.  Transferred to No. 4 Wireless School on September 2, 1941.  While there, it was involved in two Category “C” accidents at Burtch Airfield.  Sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repairs on January 5, 1945 and returned to No. 1 Training Command on June 28, 1945 where it was placed in Reserve Storage.  Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on January 8, 1946 and sold to Western Aircraft Ltd., Oshawa, Ontario.  Bought by Thunder Bay Airlines, Fort William, Ontario, and registered February 1, 1946 as CF-BTC.  On January 27, 1948 it was registered to Central Northern Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Re-registered to Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba in 1956 when Central Northern and Arctic Wings merged to become Transair.  On October 9, 1958 it was registered to Northland Fish Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba, and then on September 3, 1959 to A.W. Laserich, Hay River, NWT.  Registered to Menzies Fish Company, Edmonton, Alberta, on June 27, 1962, and then again to A.W. Laserich on September 25, 1962.  Next registered to Cecilie Stevens, Yellowknife, NWT, on June 14, 1968, and then on April 7, 1978, to C & M Airways, Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan.  Again registered to Cecilie Stevens July 13, 1978.  In 1982 it was registered to Randair, Ft. McMurray, Alberta, and on June 1, 1984 to Cecilie Palmer, Cold Lake, Alberta.  Registered to David Holosney, Edmonton, Alberta on April 21, 1992, and then to Randy Daoust, Edmonton on June 30, 1992.  Damaged on July 12, 1992, when clear air turbulence was encountered and an area of fabric separated from the right wing.  The aircraft was landed safely at Cree Lake, Saskatchewan.  Temporary repairs were made by Red Lake Seaplane Service and the aircraft ferried to Red Lake for permanent repair.  Sold to J.W. Hostetler and registered to him on November 18, 1992.  In 1998 it was acquired by the Western Canada Aviation Museum, Winnipeg, Manitoba where it awaits restoration. 

 30    2457    R-AS

Delivered to the RCAF on September 25, 1940 as aircraft No. 2457 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command.  It was involved in a Category “C” accident on June 5, 1941. Transferred to Reserve Storage on December 17, 1942.  Re-activated and assigned to No. 4 Training Command on February 20, 1943.  Became “Time Expired” and sent for repairs on September 28, 1943, returning to No. 4 Training Command on December 24, 1943.  On April 12, 1944 it was transferred to No. 10 Repair Depot for inspection and repair after a Category “B” crash.  Transferred to North West Air Command on July 7, 1944.  Sent to Calgary, Alberta and put into Reserve Storage on December 9, 1946.  April 23, 1953 it was sold to the Royal Norwegian Air Force via Mutual Aid.  Shipped to Norway and on August 5, 1953 was coded R-AS.  May have served at Gardermoen AFB . Later went to Wideroes Flyveselskap but no civil registration was issued.  Fate unknown.

31    2458    CF-DFU

Delivered to the RCAF on October 2, 1940 as aircraft No. 2458 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command.  Transferred to No. 2 Training Command on May 27, 1941.  Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on February 2, 1946, and sold as war surplus to M and C Aviation Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and registered as CF-DFU on May 14, 1946.  Registered to Saskatchewan Government Airways, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan on May 25, 1946.  Registered to Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, BC. on May 30, 1950.  Re-registered to Pacific Western Airlines in 1956 when they bought out Queen Charlotte.  Registered to BC Airlines Ltd., Vancouver, BC. on June 15, 1959.  Destroyed at Mellish Point, BC. on February 28, 1962.  A float fitting failed on landing and the aircraft capsized.  No injuries. As of March 28, 1961 total time was 9,600 hours.

32    2459    CF-PAA

Delivered to the RCAF on October 9, 1940 as aircraft No. 2459 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command.  Was involved in a Category “B” crash at St. Hubert, Quebec when a heavy landing caused undercarriage damage.  Repaired by Noorduyn Aviation and then returned to No. 1 Training Command on October 15, 1942.  It was involved in another Category “B” accident on November 5, 1942.  Repaired again by Noorduyn Aviation and returned to No. 4 Training Command on June 2, 1943.  Transferred to No. 2 Training Command on November 20, 1944.  On June 2, 1946 it was transferred to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan for repair and maintenance work.  Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on June 12, 1946.  Registration CF-PAA allotted to Alberta Department of Public Works, Edmonton, Alberta on July 23, 1946 but not taken up.  Registered to Dr. F. Lemay, Rouyn, Quebec in 1946.  Registered to Gold Belt Air Service, Rouyn, Quebec in 1952.  Damaged in an accident at Lake Mondor, Quebec on May 9, 1952.  Registered to P.F. Bradley (Mattagami Air Service), Kirkland Lake, Ontario in 1956 and re-registered to Mattagami Air Service, Kirkland Lake in 1959.  In 1961 it was registered to Georgian Bay Air Service, Parry Sound, Ontario and then in 1964 to Superior Airways Ltd., Fort William, Ontario.  Registered to Holliday Airways, Red Lake, Ontario on September 9, 1964 and then on June 11, 1971 to Sea Air Pac, Tofino, BC.  Later reported as withdrawn from service due to salt water corrosion.  Reported donated to the Canadian Museum Of Flight And Transportation, Vancouver, BC. in September 1989.  Sale reported in February 1994 but no details given.

33    2460

Delivered to the RCAF on October 15, 1940 as aircraft No. 2460 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command.  Transferred to No. 4 Training Command, Regina, Saskatchewan on December 18, 1940.  Was involved in a Category “C” crash at Winnipeg, Manitoba on January 15, 1941.  Repaired by Noorduyn Aviation and assigned to No. 1 Training Command and No. 4 Wireless School.  Suffered a Category “B” crash at Burtch airfield on October 11, 1942.  It was again repaired by Noorduyn Aviation.  In 1944 it was rebuilt with a Mark VI fuselage and categorized as a Mark IV-WA.  Written off November 7, 1944.

34    2461

Delivered to the RCAF on October 26, 1940 as aircraft No. 2461 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command.  Transferred to No. 4 Training Command, Regina, Saskatchewan on December 18, 1940.  Involved in a Category “C” accident at No. 34 EFTS, Assiniboia on April 18, 1942.  On May 24, 1943, it suffered a Category “A” crash at No. 2 Wireless School.  As a consequence, it was reduced to “Spares and Produce” on July 23, 1943.

35    2462    CF-SAK

Delivered to the RCAF on October 26, 1940 as aircraft No. 2462 and assigned to No.3 Training Command.  Transferred to No. 4 Training Command, Regina, Sask. on December 18, 1940.  Was involved in a Category “C” accident at Calgary, Alberta on July 28, 1941.  On March 18, 1943 it was “Time Expired” and was sent for repair and maintenance, then on July 12, 1943 transferred back to No. 4 Training Command.  It served there until ”Time Expired” and was sent for overhaul on November 16, 1944.  After repairs it was assigned to No. 2 A.C and placed in Reserve Storage on August 1, 1945.  On October 31, 1945 it was transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal and sold as war surplus to Saskatchewan Department of Natural Resources, Regina, Saskatchewan.  Registration CF-SAK allotted on November 14, 1945 and activated on March 1, 1946.  Damaged at Beaver Lake, Saskatchewan on March 17, 1947.  Pilot lost control after take off and the undercarriage was damaged.  Ferried to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan for repairs where it was destroyed in a hangar fire on August 2, 1947.

36    2463

Delivered to the RCAF on November 7, 1940 as aircraft No. 2463 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command.  Transferred to No. 4 Training Command on December 18, 1940.  Was involved in a Category “C” accident on November 11, 1941 and a Category “B” accident at Calgary, Alberta on April 29, 1942.  Sent for “Time Expired” repair and maintenance on March 23, 1943, returning June 17, 1943.  Transferred to No. 2 Air Command on December 1, 1944.  Reported as having been assigned to No. 2 Bombing and Gunnery School, Mossbank, Saskatchewan at one time.  Reported to have been involved in a Category “A” crash and destroyed.  Written off on April 16, 1945.

37    2464    CF-CRF

Delivered to the RCAF on November 15, 1940 as aircraft No. 2464 and assigned to No. 4 Training Command, Regina, saskatchewan.  Was involved in a Category “B” accident at Calgary, Alberta on July 23, 1941.  Sent to McKenzie Air Service for repair on July 30, 1941.  Returned to No. 4 Training Command on January 24, 1942 and put in Reserve Storage until re-activated on May 7, 1942.  Served until “Time Expired” and sent for overhaul on December 21, 1943.  Returned to No. 4 Training Command on February 18, 1944 and put into Reserve Storage until re-activated on April 24, 1944.  Transferred to No. 2 A.C. on December 1, 1944 and placed in Reserve Storage.  Subsequently overhauled and on March 1, 1946 transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal.  Sold as war surplus to Yukon Southern Air Transport Ltd, Montreal, Quebec (?) and registered as CF-CRF.  Permission granted to fly aircraft from Moose Jaw, Sask. To Winnipeg, Man. on March 1, 1946.  Registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines on March 13, 1946. CPA fleet No. 46. Registered to Central Northern Airways, St. James, Manitoba on May 19, 1947.  May have later been with Transair Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Registered to Slate Falls Trading Company, Sioux lookout, Ontario on May 1, 1961.  Registered to Norell & Chyk, Sioux Lookout, Ontario on August 29, 1962 . Crashed and burned in whiteout ten miles northwest of Lac Seul, Ontario on January 4, 1963.  Pilot and four passengers escaped injury.  As of February 16, 1962 total time was 10,243 hours.

38    2465

Delivered to the RCAF on December 13, 1940 as aircraft No. 2465 and assigned to No. 4 Training Command, Regina, Saskatchewan.  It was involved in a Category “B” accident at Calgary, Alberta when it ground looped and collapsed the port wing.  On February 16, 1943 it suffered a Category “A” accident when the engine backfired on startup, causing a fire which destroyed the aircraft.  Officially written off on April 1, 1943.

39    2466

Delivered to the RCAF on December 12, 1940 as aircraft No. 2466 and assigned to No. 4 Training Command, Regina, Saskatchewan.  Transferred to No. 2 Training Command on June 11, 1941 and back to No. 4 Training Command on November 5, 1942.  Went to No. 2 A.C. to be held by the Suffield detachment on loan for three months to conduct trials on insect destruction using insecticides “laid from Aircraft”.  On June 17, 1946 it was reduced to Spares and Produce.  May have been involved in a Category “A” crash and subsequently sold.

40    2467    CF-DFF

Delivered to the RCAF 0n December 20, 1940 as aircraft No. 2467 and assigned to No. 4 Training Command, Regina, Saskatchewan.   Was Time Expired and sent for repair on January 14, 1943, returning to No. 4 Training Command on April 19, 1943.  It was involved in a Category “B” accident and sent to Edmonton for repairs, returning on January 8, 1944.  Transferred to No. 2 A.C. on December 1, 1944 and on April 12, 1945 it was put in Reserve Storage.  Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on February 1, 1946.  Sold as war surplus to White Fisheries, Big River, Saskatchewan and registered as CF-DFF on March 28, 1946.  On June 15, 1949 it was registered to Northern Air Lines, Big River, Saskatchewan.  Crashed on take-off from Cowan Lake, Saskatchewan on April 7, 1951.  All occupants were safe but the aircraft caught fire and was destroyed

             41    2468    CF-MAL

Delivered to the RCAF on January 1, 1941 as aircraft No. 2468 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command.  On May 7, 1941 it was put in Reserve Storage and then on May 27, 1941 it was transferred to No. 2 Training Command.  It was involved in a Category “C” accident at Stevenson Field, Winnipeg, Manitoba on July 13, 1942.  Sent to Mid West in Winnipeg for repairs on November 7, 1942 and returned to No. 2 Training Command on June 21, 1943.  Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on June 12, 1946.  Sold as war surplus to Manitoba Government Air Service and registered as CF-MAL on July 19, 1946.   On July 21, 1952, while er route from Lac du Bonnet to Norway House, Manitoba with the pilot and six Manitoba Government employees on board, the aircraft crashed in a muskeg north of Berens River, Manitoba.   (N52’40, W93’30).  All on board died.  A plaque has been place in the Manitoba Legislative building in their memory.

42    2469    CF-DFV

Delivered to the RCAF on January 7, 1941 as aircraft No. 2469 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command, Montreal, Quebec.  Put in Reserve Storage on December 17, 1942 and then transferred to E.A.C. (No. 31 GRS) on March 2, 1943.  Sent to Norrduyn Aviation on March 16, 1943 after incurring damage in a Category “C” accident.  After repairs it was transferred to No. 2 Training Command on August 11, 1944.  It was involved in a Category “A” crash on February 16, 1945 and subsequently on March 2, 1945 reduced to Spares and Produce. It was reported that the wreckage was “To be sold to Mr. Lamb through War Assets Corporation”.  Registered to M & C Aviation Ltd., Prince Albert, Saskatchewan as CF-DFV on January 4, 1947. On October 7, 1947 it was registered to saskatchewan Government Airways, Prince Albert, Sask. and then on June 15, 1950 to Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, BC.  Re-registered to Pacific Western Airlines in 1956 when they bought out Queen Charlotte.  Registered to BC Airlines Ltd., Vancouver, BC. on June 15, 1959.  Destroyed at Thompson Sound, BC. on March 19, 1964 when a float strut failed on landing.  Fatalities reported.  Airframe reported as sold to Taway Air Service and later resold to other parties.  Airframe later reported as sold to a party in Vancouver, Washington.  In January 2004 the fuselage is shown offered for sale by J.W. Duff Aircraft Company, Denver, Colorado.

            43    2470   

Delivered to the RCAF on February 12, 1941 as aircraft No. 2470 and assigned to No. 3 Wireless School. On December 8, 1942 it was transferred to the WAC (H.W.E.). Was written off on March 14, 1945 after a Category “A” crash, and reduced to Spares and Produce.

44    2471    R-AL    LN-BIT    SE-EGF    LN-DAH

Delivered to the RCAF on February 18, 1941 as aircraft No. 2471 and assigned to No. 2 Training Command. On October 15, 1943 it was sent to Midwest Aircraft, Winnipeg, Manitoba for repairs. It was returned to No. 2 Training Command on March 17, 1944 and placed in Reserve Storage. Re-activated on July 19, 1944 and assigned to No. 2 Training Command until transferred on December 1, 1944 to No 2 A.C. It was again put in Reserve Storage on April 12, 1945. On February 1, 1946 it was transferred to N.W.A.C., serving until September 20, 1948 when it was once again put in Reserve Storage. On December 8, 1952 it was sent for overhaul and on April 23, 1953 sold to the Royal Norwegian Air Force via Mutual Aid. Shipped to Norway on June 3, 1953 and on arrival at Horten was coded R-AL. Early history obscure but was in storage at Voernes for some time. August 6, 1956 it was transferred from Orlandet AFB to Horten for radio installation. Ear marked at one time for United Nations service and may have been painted in UN colors but did not serve. It was given civil registration LN-BIT, C of A No. 444 and Reg. No. 416 on June 14, 1957 then placed on loan to Wideroes Flyveselskap. By March 31, 1959 it had logged 3193 hours. Officially withdrawn from RNoAF service on April 29, 1959 and sold to A/S Solbergfly, Tronsberg, Norway and Wideroes Flyveselkap A/S on wheels with engine No. 326082 on December 9, 1959. Sold to Fjellflyg, Kiruna, Sweden on June 2, 1965 and registered as SE-EGF. In 1975 it was loaned to W. Norvang, Oslo, Norway and operated by him during the spring and summer of that year with it’s Swedish registration. Norwegian registration LN-DAH was allotted but not taken up. It was packed in containers at Norodden in 1975 and shipped to Canada. Fate unknown.

45    2472    CF-SAO

Delivered to the RCAF on February 17, 1941 as aircraft No. 2472 and assigned to No. 2 Training Command (No. 3 Wireless School). Involved in a Category “C” accident at Stevenson Field, Winnipeg, Manitoba on June 19, 1941. Sent to Mid-West Aircraft , Winnipeg for repairs. Returned on October 16, 1944 and placed in Reserve Storage. On November 1, 1944 it was sent to No. 8 Repair Depot for modifications and installation of radio equipment, then transferred to No. 2 Training Command. On March 31, 1945 it was transferred to N.W.A.C On September 9, 1946 it was transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal, sold as war surplus to the  Saskatchewan Department of Natural Rescources, Regina, Sask. and registered as CF-SAO on March 18, 1947. Registered to Saskatchewan Government Airways, Prince Albert, Sask. On November 17, 1947. Registered to Northern Airlines Ltd., Big River, Saskatchewan on May 30, 1950. Destroyed by fire at Cowan Lake (Big River), Saskatchewan on June 27, 1950. Caught fire after landing. As of May 7, 1950 total time was 2,979 hours.

46    2473    CF-FFB

Delivered to the RCAF on February 17, 1941 as aircraft No. 2473 and assigned to No. 2 Training Command. On June 6, 1941 it was involved in a Category “B” accident at Stevenson Field, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Sent to MacDonald Brothers for overhaul on June 12, 1941. Returned to No. 2 Training Command on July 19, 1941 and put in Reserve Storage until August 8, 1941 when it was reactivated. On March 2, 1943 it went to No. 8 Repair Depot, Winnipeg for overhaul, returning on March 30. Went to Mid West Aircraft, Winnipeg on December 3, 1943 for overhaul then transferred to Western Air Command (North) on July 6, 1944. Transferred to W.R. MC 10 Repair Depot on January 2, 1946. On June 5, 1947 it was transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal. On February 3, 1947, temporary authority to operate was granted to Paul Sigurdson, Winnipeg, Manitoba and on July 23, 1947 it was registered as CF-FFP to Waite Fisheries, Big River, Saskatchewan. On December 28, 1947 while enroute from Buffalo Narrows to Big River, Sask. a snow storm was encountered and a landing attempted on a road. The aircraft ended up in bush and was destroyed. Pilot and passenger were injured. As of November 4, 1947 total time was 2,394 hours

47    2474    R-AT

Delivered to the RCAF on February 21, 1941 as aircraft No. 2472 and assigned to No. 2 Training Command (No. 3 Wireless School). Went to Mid West Aircraft, Winnipeg, Manitoba on June 25, 1943 for overhaul and returned to No. 2 Training Command on November 23, 1943.  Transferred to No.2 A.C. on December 1, 1944. Put in Reserve Storage on April 12, 1948. Sent to Canadian Pacific Airlines on December 8, 1952 for a complete overhaul. On July 6, 1953 it was transferred , via Mutual Aid to the Royal Norwegian Air force and coded R-AT. May have seem service at Jarlesberg and Gardermoen AFB’s. Written off September, 1954 and used for spares. Total time 1865 hours.

48    2475    R-AM

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2475 on February 27, 1941 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command, Montreal, Quebec. Involved in a Category “B” accident at St. Hubert, Quebec on February 2, 1942. Sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repairs on February 7, 1942. Returned to No. 3 Training Command on April1, 1942 ad then was involved in another Category “B” accident at No. 1 Wireless School aerodrome on April 25, 1942. Sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repairs on May 1, 1942 and returned to No. 3 Training Command on August 13, 1942. Transferred on January 15, 1945 to No. 1 A.C. On June 20, 1945 it was transferred to E.A.C. and put in Reserve Storage. Subsequently served at Mount Pleasant. On December 10, 1947 it was sent to Canadian Car and Foundry for overhaul, returning on October 18, 1948 to C.A.C Trenton, Ontario (“K” Flight). May 23, 1951 transferred to No. 6 Repair Depot and put in Reserve Storage. On December 4, 1952 it was sent for overhaul and then on April 23, 1953 it was transferred, via Mutual Aid to the Royal Norwegian Air Force and coded R-AM. History obscure but thought to have been stationed at Gardermoen and to have crashed on September 30, 1955.

49    2476

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2476 on March 25, 1941 and assigned to No. 12 (C) Squadron, Rockcliff, Ontario. On May 16, 1941 it was involved in a Category “B” accident at Rockcliff and on May 22 sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repairs. Returned to No. 3 Training Command on September 3, 1941 and put in Reserve Storage. On October 25, 1941 it was transferred to E.A.C. (No.4 Repair Depot) and used for “drop testing parachutes”. On November 15, 1941 it was involved in a Category “B” accident at Hower Argyle, (New Brunswick?) and on November 18 sent to No. 4 Repair Depot, Scoudouc, New Brunswick for repairs. Returned to E.A.C. on July 15, 1942. Was involved in an accident that year (Probably mid-November) with the aircraft record noting “Crew Missing” and no other details. Sent to No. 4 Repair depot, Scoudouc for repairs. Returned to E.A.C. on February 4, 1943 and sent to Goose Bay, Labrador for rescue work. Sent to Noorduyn Aviation on October 23, 1943 for repair and overhaul. Returned to E.A.C. on March 4, 1944 and put in Reserve Storage. Re-activated on August 21, 1944 and on October 18, 1945 assigned to search and rescue work. Subsequently saw service at Mount Pleasant and on August 31, 1948 was transferred to N.W.A.C., Nelson. Was “Struck Off Record” on May 14, 1951. Aircraft may have been purchased, but no details given.

50    2477    CF-PAB

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No.2477 on March 3, 1941 and assigned to No. 12 (C) Squadron, Rockcliff, Ontario. Transferred on November 1, 1941 to No. 3 Training Command (No. 12 Communications Squadron). While at Rockcliff it was involved in a Category “C” accident on January 1, 1942 when a high wind pulled four aircraft loose and blew them into each other. On February 6, 1942 it was transferred “On Loan” to RAF Ferry Command, Dorval Airport, Dorval, Quebec and returned to No. 3 Training Command on April 4, 1942. Again involved in a Category “C” accident at Rockcliff on August 21, 1943. Transferred to No. 1 Training Command on October 28, 1943 and then on November 9, 1943 to No. 2 Training Command (No. 3 Wireless School). On December 1, 1944 it was transferred to No. 2 A.C. and on April 12, 1945 it was put in Reserve Storage. Sent to No. 10 Repair Depot, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan for overhaul on May 15, 1946, Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on July 3, 1946 and sold on July 18, 1946. Registration CF-PAB was allotted to Alberta Department Of Public Works on July 23, 1946 but they did not complete the purchase. Overhauled by Western Airmotive, Edmonton, Alberta. Test flown at Edmonton on January 26, 1947. Sold to Noel.D. Lambert, operating as Northern Mannix Companies, Vancouver, BC. and registered February 1, 1947. On March 25, 1949 it was registered to Northwest Territories Power Commission, Ottawa, Ontario. Registered to Yellowknife Airways Ltd., Yellowknife, NWT. April 23, 1951. On August 2, 1951 it was registered to Associated Airways Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta. Reported damaged beyond repair on August 11, 1954 when floats dug in during a glassy water landing. Location unknown. As of May 11, 1954 total time was 4,350 hours.

51    2478

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2478 on March 25, 1941 and assigned to No. 12 (C) Squadron, Rockcliffe, Ontario. Transferred February 6, 1942 on indefinite loan to RAF Ferry Command, Dorval Airport, Dorval, Quebec and returned September 9, 1942. Written Off on January 15, 1943 and reduced to Spares and Produce.

52    2479

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2479 on May 2, 1941 and assigned to No. 12 (C) Squadron, Rockcliffe, Ontario. Transferred to No. 3 Training Command on November 1, 1941. On March 9, 1942 it was transferred to Search And Rescue Command and on September 10, 1942, went to Gander, Newfoundland. Crashed at Ochre Pit Cove near St. John’s Newfoundland on August 21, 1942. Officially written off on November 11, 1942.

53    2480    CF-CRS

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2480 on May 2, 1941 and assigned to Western Air Command, No. 13 O.T. Squadron, Sea Island, BC..  On August 20, 1941 it was transferred  No. 6 BR Squadron.  Went to Coates Ltd. Vancouver, BC. for overhaul on May 24, 1943, returning to Western Air Command on October 8, 1943.  Went to Coates Ltd for repairs on December 30, 1944, returning on January 29, 1945.  Transferred to S.R., Patricia Bay, BC. on February 2, 1945 and then to Apdal MC 10 Repair Depot, Patricia Bay on February 2, 1946.  Transferred to War Assets for disposal on May 1, 1946. Sold complete with floats to Canadian Pacific Airlines for $18,000.  Registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines as CF-CRS on March 27, 1947. CPA Fleet No. 47. Bought by Western Aircraft Sales and Service (A subsidiary of Queen Charlotte Airlines), Vancouver, BC on April 1, 1948. Registered to Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, B.C. on April 21, 1948. On December 18, 1948, while moored at a buoy at Vancouver, heavy snow accumulated on the tail surfaces causing the aircraft to capsize. Salvaged and returned to service. Damaged in a landing accident at Elk Bay, BC. on August 23, 1951. A precautionary landing was being made due to poor visibility from forest fire smoke. Floats broke away and substantial damage was incurred. Pilot Cedric Mah and seven passengers escaped injury. The aircraft was salvaged and sold to Bullock, Calgary, Alberta. The wings were reported as having been seen in a hangar in Calgary, Alberta in 1969. On October 19, 1970, Bullock reported the aircraft as having been scrapped.

54    2481

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2481 on May 2, 1941 and put in Reserve Storage for the Western Air Command.  Transferred to No. 13 O.T.U. Squadron, Sea Island, BC. on September 26, 1941. Involved in a Category “A” crash near Anette Island (Near Ketchikan), Alaska on March 26, 1943. Reduced to Spares and Produce on June 10, 1943.

55    2482    CF-JIN

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2482 on May 2, 1941and assigned to No. 1Training Command Communications Flight. It was involved in a Category “C” accident at Aylmer, Ontario on June 27, 1941. Transferred to No. 1 A.C. on January 15, 1945. Sent to Noorduyn Aviation on February 19, 1945 for complete overhaul, the aircraft being time expired. Returned November 12, 1911, 1945 to No. 6 REMU, Mont Joli, Quebec. Sent to No. 11 T.S.U. (Canadian Car and Foundry) on November 12, 1951 for reconditioning and installation of a prototype 24 volt system then returned to No. 6 Repair Depot on June 23, 1952. Transferred on August 13, 1953 to No. 98 Iberville Squadron R.C.A.C. on indefinite loan. Later went to Accounting Station, St. Hubert, Quebec where it was coded 596B.  Later coded A596. On November 24, 1953 it was struck off record for reduction to spares and scrap. However, RCAF records show it as purchased but don’t name a buyer. It later appears on civil registry as CF-JIN.  With Austin Airways, Sudbury, Ontario from 1957 to 1969.  Later with Labrador Mining and then with Norco Associates.  Owned by John Bingley as C-FJIN when registration cancelled on July 13, 1983 and then by 589321 Ontario Ltd. when registration cancelled July 18, 1985.  Registration again cancelled on Aug. 6, 1987 while owned by Sky North and again on April 8, 1988 while owned by Red Lake Airways.  Again owned by Sky North when cancelled on Oct. 19, 1988 and by Red Lake Airways when cancelled Sept. 26, 1995.  Registered to Chimo Air Service, Red Lake, Ontario on December 7, 1995.  Featured in the movie “Snow Walker”  which was filmed in the Churchill, Manitoba area.

56    2483

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2483 on May 2, 1941 and assigned to No. 1 Training Command. Involved in a Category “C” accident at Toronto Island airport on October 22, 1941. Involved in a Category “B” accident at London, Ontario on September 24, 1942. The aircraft was on a flight from Toronto to London. On landing at London it was caught by a gust of wind and turned over. The accident was later re-classified  to Category “A” and on November 28, 1942 the aircraft was reduced to spares and produce.

57    2484    CF-DTL  

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2484 on May 3,  1941 and assigned to No. 2 Training Command (No. 3 B&G School). Sent to Mid West Aircraft, Winnipeg, Manitoba on September 30, 1944 for complete overhaul. Transferred to No. 2 A. C. on February 5, 1945 and put in Reserve Storage. Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on May 1, 1946. Sold as war surplus to Canada Department of Transport, Civil Aviation Division, Ottawa, Ontario and registered as CF-DTL on August 14, 1947. On May 28, 1953 it was registered to Wheeler Airlines Ltd., St. Jovite, Quebec and then to Wheeler Airlines (1960) Ltd. On May 19, 1960. Damaged at Moosonee, Ontario on Sep. 9, 1965. Aircraft hit rocks and sank during takeoff on the Moosonee River. Salvaged and repaired. Registered to Lauzon Aviation Co. Ltd., Algoma Mills, Ontario in 1969 and then on December 4, 1970 to Immeubles Lussier Ltd. Registered to LaBelle Touristair Inc., Mont Laurier, Quebec (On lease from Immeubles Lussier) on January 26, 1971. On June 11, 1973 it was registered to Bel Air Laurentian Aviation, Lac Tortue, Quebec and then on October 10, 1975 to Air Satellite Inc., Hauterive, Quebec. Registered to Skymotive Ltd., Mississauga, Ontario on October 26, 1981. Registered  to Turcotte-Wagner Enterprises, Gogama, Ontario on September 22, 1983 and then to Don Hannen Enterprises, Mississauga, Ontario in 1983. Registered to Gordon Hughes, Ignace, Ontario on May 9, 1984. Registered to Ignace Airways, Ignace, Ontario on September 23, 1992.  The aircraft was still in operation as of July 2003.

            58    2485  

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2485 on May 3, 1941 and assigned to No. 2 Training Command (No. 3 B&G School). Involved in a Category “B” accident at MacDonald, Manitoba on July 27, 1942. Sent to Mid West Aircraft, Winnipeg, Manitoba for repairs on August 13, 1942 and returned to No. 2 Training Command on October 13, 1942. The aircraft was destroyed on June 12, 1947 in a fire at No. 1 Hangar, RCAF Station, Edmonton, Alberta. Officially written off on August 13, 1947.

59    2486   R-AN    LN-BIU  

Delivered to the RCAF May 7, 1941 as aircraft No. 2486 and assigned to No. 1 Training Command, Trenton, Ontario.  Transferred on January 28, 1942 to No. 3 Training Command, Rockcliffe, Ontario.  Involved in a Category “C” accident at Windsor Mills, Ontario on March 11, 1942.  Sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repairs on June 17, 1942 and returned to No. 3 Training Command on July 20, 1942.  On February 3, 1943 it was transferred on loan to RAF Ferry Command, Dorval, Quebec, to be used for rescue work in Newfoundland.  Returned to No. 3 Training Command on March 16, 1944 and put in Reserve Storage.  Re-activated on July 26, 1944.  On January 15, 1945 it was transferred to No. 1 A.C.  On August 20, 1946, sent to No. 6 Repair Depot for repairs, returning on May 26, 1947.  On October 30, 1948 it was sent for repairs and fabric re-covering.  Returned to Trenton October 27, 1953 where it served until December 4, 1952.  Transferred, via Mutual Aid to the Royal Norwegian Air Force June 3, 1953.  At Horten in was coded R-AN.  May have been stationed at Voernes and was known to have been in storage there around February 8, 1955.  On January 17, 1959, it was given civil registration LN-BIU, C of A No. 506, Reg. No. 477 and placed on loan to Wideroes Flyveselskap.  Withdrawn from Air Force service April 29, 1959, and offered for sale with 1051 hours total time.  Sold to Wideroes on wheels with engine No.327535 on December 9, 1959.  Bought by Varanffly, Kirkens, on June 20, 1967.  Written off in a crash at Grottoy on November 20, 1971.

            60    2487    R-AU       LN-BFE  

Delivered to the RCAF May 7, 1941 as aircraft No. 2487 and Assigned to No. 3 Training Command, Montreal, Quebec.  Put in Reserve Storage until being transferred to No. 12 Communications Squadron on November 1, 1941.  On February 16, 1942 it was transferred to E.A.C. (No. 4 R.D.) for use in rescue work and then on March 12, 1942 to RCAF Station Sydney, Nova Scotia (W. Res.).  Sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repair on July 28, 1942, following a Category “B” accident.  After repair it was sent to No. 12 Communications Squadron (No. 3 Training Command) January 27, 1943.  Transferred to No. 1 Training Command (No. 4 Wireless School) on June 22, 1943 and then to No. 1 A.C. on January 15, 1945.  Being time expired, it was sent to Noorduyn Aviation for overhaul on February 19, 1945.  Returned to service January 4, 1946 and assigned to No. 4 R.E.M.U.  Transferred to C.A.C. April 28, 1947 and then to N.W.A.C., Edmonton, Alberta, on September 17, 1948.  Following three subsequent moves, it was transferred via Mutual Aid to the Royal Norwegian Air Force on April 23, 1953 and coded R-AU.  Thought to have been used at Skattora on floats.  Given civil registration LN-BFE, C of A No. 374, Reg. No. 346 and loaned to Wideroes Flyveselskap and Polarfly A/S.  Sold to them on wheels December 9, 1959 with engine No. 9277.  Sold to Star Luft-traffik and registered to them May 9, 1969.  Firm’s name changed to Hardangerfly A/S in 1969.  Turned over and sank At Odda on November 12, 1969.

 61   2488    CF-BXB    2488    CF-GHH

 Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2488 on May 7, 1941 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command, Montreal, Quebec and put in Reserve Storage until transferred to No. 3 Training Command Communications Squadron on June 26, 1941. It was involved in a Category “B” accident at St. Hubert, Quebec on October 30, 1941. The aircraft turned over on landing and the pilot and crew suffered minor injuries. Repaired by Noorduyn Aviation and then sent to No. 3 Training Command, Rockcliffe, Ontario on May 5, 1942. On June 9, 1942 it was loaned to Dominion Skyways Ltd., Montreal, Quebec and returned to No. 3 Training Command on October 10, 1942. While on loan it carried civil registration CF-BXB. On January 13, 1943 it was involved in a Category “B” accident at Rockcliffe, Ontario when landing with a hanging port ski. The crew was slightly injured and the aircraft sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repairs on January 27. It was rebuilt using a Mark VI fuselage and re-categorized as a Mark IV-WA. After repair it was transferred to W.A.C on December 27, 1943. On October 17, 1947 it was transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal. Sold at Vancouver, BC. on January 15, 1948. Registered as CF- GHH to Queen Charlotte Airlines Ltd., Vancouver, BC. on May 22, 1948. It was re-registered to Pacific Western Airlines, Vancouver, BC. in 1956 when they bought out Queen Charlotte Airlines. Registered to R.H. Laidman, Vancouver, BC. on June 6, 1958 and then on April 10, 1959 to Celgar Ltd., Vancouver, BC. In June 1959 a fire control water drop system was installed. This did not perform well and was removed. Destroyed at Nakusp, BC. on June 4, 1964. The aircraft hit floating debris on take off and overturned. Pilot and five passengers escaped injury. As of March 25, 1964 total time was 5,920 hours.

62    2489

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2489 on May 19, 1941, and assigned to No. 1 Training Command (No. 4 B & G School) and placed in Reserve Storage.  On July 1, 1941, it was transferred to RCAF Station, Rockcliffe, Ontario, and then on September 27, 1941, transferred to No. 4 Training Command.  On November 23, 1944, it was sent to No. 10 Repair Depot (W.R.) for overhaul.  Next sent to No. 2 A.C. on June 18, 1945.  Transferred to N.W.A.C., Whitehorse, Yukon, on June 17, 1947.  It was struck off record on August 25, 1945 with serviceable and/or repairable items to be B.O.C. and shipped to No. 10 Repair Depot.

63    2490

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2490 on June 21, 1941 and assigned to No. 1 Training Command ( No. 4 B. & G. School) where it was put in Reserve Storage till transferred to No. 4 Wireless School on September 2, 1942.  Involved in a Category “C” accident at Burtch, Ontario, on March 22, 1942.  It was involved in a Category “A” accident and sent to No. 6 Repair Depot on September 7, 1943.  It was to have been sent to Noorduyn Aviation but instead was written off on September 21, 1943 and reduced to spares and produce.

64    2491    R-AV    LN-BDP    SE-FUP    LN-DBP

Delivered to the RCAF June 21, 1941 as aircraft No. 2491 and assigned to No. 4 Training Command (No. 2 B & G School). Involved in a Category “B” accident at Mossbank, Saskatchewan on October 15, 1941 and sent to McKenzie Services for repairs on October 23. Returned to No. 4 Training Command on January 21, 1943 and served there until transferred to No. 2 Training Command on December 1, 1944. Put in Reserve Storage on May 1, 1947 after servicing at No. 10 Repair Depot. In July 1947 it was transferred to N.W.A.C. On January 6, 1948 it was sent to Canadian Car and Foundry (No. 11 T.S.U.) for repairs. On January 17, 1949 it was sent to No. 6 Repair Depot and put in Reserve Storage. Re-activated on September 11, 1950 and transferred to N.W.A.C. Went in for repairs to undercarriage on May 20, 1952. On January 15, 1953 it was sent to No. 12 T.S.U. for modifications and overhaul and then on April 23, 1953, transferred via Mutual Aid  to the Royal Norwegian Air Force and coded R-AV. Used at Bardufoss and Voernes and later stored at Voernes. Sold to Fjellfly, Skien August 4, 1957 and registered as LN-BDP. Total time 2102 hours. Cancelled from the registry July 25, 1972 and re-registered the same day, again as LN-BDP, to Telemarksbanken, Skien. Again cancelled from the registry on April 10, 1973 and sold to Turistflyg, Arjeplog, Sweden in June 1973. Registered there as SE-FUP. Bought by Wiggo Norvang, Oslo, Norway and registered as LN-DBP on September 8, 1977.  Later acquired by the Forsvarets Flysamling, Gardermoen, Norway and is on display in Royal Norwegian Air Force colors.

65    2492

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2492 on July 1, 1941 and assigned to No. 4 Training Command (No. 2 B & G School).  Went to Mid west Aircraft on July 23, 1943 for overhaul, being time expired.  Returned to No. 4 Training Command (No. 2 Wireless School) on December 13, 1943 then transferred to No. 2 A.C. on December 1, 1944.  Put in Reserve Storage on April 12, 1945.  On April 5, 1950, it was assigned to N.W.A.C., RCAF Station, Edmonton, Alberta.  Sent to 25 AMB on February 14, 1952 for propeller repairs.  On July 31, 1952 it was struck off record and reduced to spares and produce.

66    3522

Delivered to the RCAF as aircraft No. 3522 0n September 3, 1941 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command and put in Reserve Storage.  Transferred on November 8, 1941 to No. 3 Training Command, Communications Flight.  The aircraft airframe was destroyed by fire when preparing for a flight on July 7, 1943.  Wreckage was sent to No. 4 Repair Depot, Scoudouc, New Brunswick, for salvage on August 2, 1943 but written off on October 27, 1943.

67    3523    R-AO    LN-BFP

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force October 25, 1941 as aircraft No. 3523, assigned to No. 1 Training Command and put in Reserve Storage.  Transferred on November 16, 1941 to No. 3 Training Command, (T & D Estab.) and used for drop testing parachutes.  On completion, it was returned to No. 1 Training Command and then transferred back to No. 3 Training Command on March 13, 1944.  Sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repairs on July 31, 1944 and when completed on October 27, 1944 it was transferred to No. 9 Repair Depot (W.R.) for prototyping.  (No details)  On December 12, 1944, it was transferred to No. 1 A.C. and put in Reserve Storage.  December 4, 1952 it was sent to No. 12 T.S.U. for overhaul and then transferred, via Mutual Aid to the Royal Norwegian Air Force on April 23, 1953.  Shipped to Norway June 3, 1953, and sent to Horten where it was coded R-AO.  May have been stationed at Sola and Voernes AFB.  Given civil registration LN-BFP and placed on loan to Wideroes.  Officially withdrawn from RNoAF service April 29, 1959 and offered for sale.  Bought by Wideroes on wheels with engine No. 8322 on February 4, 1960.  Written off in a crash at Novika, Norway, on December 12, 1966.

68    3524    R-AW

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force as aircraft No. 3524 on October 25, 1941, assigned to No. 1 Training Command and put in Reserve Storage.  Transferred to No. 3 Training Command (No. 9 B & G School) on December 5, 1941.  Transferred to E.A.C (N.W.E.) on November  5, 1942.  Assigned to No. 121 Squadron, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia (1942-'43?).Involved in a category “B” accident at Scoudouc, New Brunswick, on January 9, 1943.  Transferred to No. 4 Repair Depot, Scoudouc and subsequently, on January 14 was sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repairs.  Returned to No. 4 Training Command (No. 2 Wireless School) on November 17, 1943.  On June 28, 1944, it was rebuilt with a Mark VI fuselage and was to be re-categorized as a Mark IV-WA.  On April 12, 1945, transferred to No. 2 A.C. and put in Reserve Storage.  On December 8, 1952, it was sent to WR 25AM for complete repair and reconditioning by Canadian Pacific Airlines.  Sent to No. 12 T.S.U. (DeHavilland) for disassembly and crating.  Transferred June 5, 1953, via Mutual Aid, to the Royal Norwegian Air Force, shipped to Norway and coded  R-AW.  May have been used at Fornebu and Jarlsberg.  Written off September 30, 1954, and dismantled for spares. Total time was 852 hours.

69    3525    CF-FLA

Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force October 25, 1941, as aircraft No. 3525 and assigned to No. 4 Repair depot, Scoudouc, New Brunswick.  Used there for parachute drop testing.  January 2, 1942, it was involved in a Category “C” accident at Wellington, Prince Edward Island.  On October 12, 1945 it was transferred to E.A.C. and put in Reserve Storage.  Went to REMS, Mt. Pleasant on February 2, 1946.  Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on June 30, 1947 and sold as war surplus.  Registered to the Quebec Provincial Government as CF-FLA on January 17, 1947 but this was not taken up.  Sold to A. Fecteau, Senneterre, Quebec, on February 3, 1947 and registered to him on June 24,1947.  Destroyed by fire 52 miles north of Senneterre on October 7, 1948. Fire, caused by a fuel leak, broke out on engine start. No injuries.

70    3526

Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force December 17, 1941 as aircraft No. 3526.

71    3527  

Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force December 17, 1941 as aircraft No. 3527 and assigned to No. 3 T.C., Montreal where it was placed in reserve storage.  Transferred on January 20, 1942 to No. 3 T.C.(H.W.E.) on loan from J.A.T.P.  On May 29, 1942 it was involved in a category B accident at Rockcliffe when it nosed over on landing due to hard braking.  On June 6, 1942 it was sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repairs.   Returned to No. 3 T.C. on September 14, 1942 and put in reserve storage.  On September 19, 1943 it was assigned to E.A.C. No. 121 (C) squadron.  On November 4, 1944 it was sent to No. 10 nR.D. (W.R)  for repaird and overhaul.  On march 7, 1946 it was transferred to N.W.A.C.  On January 29, 1947 it was involved in a category C accident at Port Radium, N.W.T. when the aircraft ground looped while landing on ice.  On June 12, 1947 the aircraft, along with RCAF 2485 (cn 58) was destroyed by fire in Hangar No. 1 , RCAF Station Edmonton.  Officially written off on August 13, 1947.

72    3528

Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force December 17, 1941 as aircraft No. 3528

73    3529    CF-BXC

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force December 29, 1941 as aircraft No. 3529.  Loaned to Dominion Skyways, Montreal, Quebec, on June 9, 1942 and returned on October 10, 1942.  While on loan it carried civil registration CF-BXC.  Reported to have been on loan to Canadian Pacific Airlines and operated out of Seven Islands, Quebec, in late 1942.

74    3530    CF-FUU

Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force January 1, 1942 as aircraft No. 3530. Sold as war surplus to E.I. Shieff, Brochet, Manitoba and registered as CF-FUU on October 25, 1947. Owner re-named as E.I. Shieff Co. Ltd. On March 6, 1951. Bought by McMurray Air Service Ltd. and registered to them on August 12, 1952. Registered to M.J. Carter, Hay River, NWT in 1964 and then in 1969 to Kucher Brothers Ltd., Hay River. Next registered to R.A. Baert, Hay River in 1973 and then to ATA Construction Ltd., Hay River in 1974. Registered to Randair, Fort McMurray, Alberta in 1982 and then to ATA construction, Norman Wells, NWT on November 27, 1984. Later owned by Randy Daoust when registration cancelled on October 7, 1994 and re-registered the same date to 1010648 Ontario Inc.

75    3531

Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force January 8, 1942 as aircraft No. 3531

76    3532    42-5044

Built as RCAF No. 3532 but transferred to the USAAF as aircraft No. 42-5044 0n November 3, 1941. Seven aircraft, (c/n 76 – 82) were transferred to the USAAF for service trials to prove the suitability of the Norseman for USAAF service.  The type was accepted on September 21, 1942 and the seven aircraft remained in USAAF service.  Contracts were eventually given to Noorduyn for some seven hundred odd additional aircraft. The seven aircraft were replaced from future USAAF production runs. The original seven RCAF numbers were re-issued.  42-5044 was posted to Bolling AFB, DC. On November 7, 1941 and shipped by sea to Bluie West 8, Sondrestrom, Greenland.   It was assembled by Bernt Balchen and his crew then test flown by Balchen who later flew it frequently.  It was destroyed by fire in the winter of 1942-43.  It had been parked near a fully fueled C-87 and fuel truck.  The C-87 was set of fire by an overheated heater in a nose hangar

77    3533    42-5045

Built as RCAF No. 3533 but transferred to the USAAF as aircraft No. 42-5045 on November 21, 1941 (See c/n 76).  Assigned to Newfoundland on November 26, 1941.  It apparently provideda postal service between Newfoundland and New York City.  It was involved in an accident at APO 865, New York on December 9, 1942 when it coasted into a drainage ditch.  Involved in a major ground loop accident at the same location on June 9, 1943.  Shown as condemned (Written Off) on December 10, 1943.

78    3534    42-5046

Built as RCAF No. 3534 but transferred to the USAAF (See c/n 76) as aircraft No. 42-5046 on December 21, 1941 and assigned to the 29th Ferrying Squadron at Goose Bay, Labrador on December 26, 1941.  It was involved in a landing accident on January 13, 1942 and appears to have been returned to Noorduyn for repair.  In mid 1943 it was transferred to Headquarters, North Atlantic Wing, Presque Isle, Maine. In October 1944 it was transferred to Grenier Field, New Hampshire and then to Syracuse, New York two months later. Just before VJ Day it was moved to Freeman Field, Indiana. It was among the one hundred-odd Allied and Axis aircraft selected by General Henry H. “Hap”  Arnold for the National Air Museum. It was sent to Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois on May 22, 1946 with just under 438 hours total time. It was accepted by the Smithsonian Institute in 1960 and stored at the Paul Garber Facility in Suitland, Maryland.

79    3535    42-5047

Built as RCAF No. 3535 but transferred to the USAAF as aircraft No. 42-5047 on November 21, 1941 (See c/n 76).  Assigned to Newfoundland on November 26, 1941, then to the North Atlantic Wing on May 1, 1943.  Shown as condemned on November 2, 1943.

80    3536    42-5047

Built as RCAF No. 3536 but transferred to the USAAF as aircraft No. 42-5048 on December 17, 1941 (See c/n 76).  Assigned to Ladd Field, Fairbanks, Alaska.  Involved in an accident at Gulkana, Alaska on December1, 1942.  Pilot – Milton H. Ashkins.  Damaged in a landing accident at Sta. 12, Nome AAB, Alaska on April 27, 1944.  Pilot – Warren T. Ready.    Later sold as surplus to Dillingham Air Service, Alaska.

81    3537    42-5049

Built as RCAF No. 3537 but transferred to the USAAF as aircraft No. 42-5049 on December 12, 1941 (See c/n 76).  Assigned to Ladd Field, Fairbanks, Alaska.  Involved in an accident at Ladd AAF, Alaska (Pilot – George J Degenfelder) on November 25, 1942.   Wrecked during an emergency landing at Sheenjek River, Alaska on March 2, 1942.  Shown as condemned on the same date.

82    3538    42-13602

Built as RCAF No. 3538 but transferred to the USAAF as aircraft No. 42-13602 on March 24, 1942 (See c/n 76).  Assigned to Ladd Field, Fairbanks, Alaska.  Re-assigned to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska on March 28, 1942.

83    3532    42-53520

Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force January 26, 1942 as aircraft No. 3532. Appears to have been assigned to Whitehorse, Yukon.  Transferred to the USAAF in Whitehorse on June 18, 1942 as aircraft No. 42.53520.  Reported as having crashed along the Alaska Route while being delivered.  No date shown.  On April 15, 1943 it was shown as condemned (Written Off).

84    3533    42-53521

Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force January 26, 1942 as aircraft No. 3533. Appears to have been assigned to Newfoundland.   Transferred to the USAAF as aircraft No. 42-53521 in Newfoundland. Ferried to Alaska.  Transferred to Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus on October 19, 1945.

85    3534 

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force January 1, 1942 as aircraft No. 3534.

 86    3535    R-AX

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force January 26, 1942 as aircraft No. 3535 and served  until April 23, 1953 when it was Transferred, via Mutual Aid, to the Royal Norwegian Air Force and coded R-AX.  Was at Rygge AFB, then stored at Voernes.  Transferred to Jarlsberg February 16, 1957.  It was earmarked for United Nations service but did not serve.  Fate obscure.

87    3536

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force January 1, 1942 as aircraft No. 3536.  Damaged in a landing accident at Prince George, BC.  Served until November 17, 1953, when it was transferred, via Mutual Aid, to the Royal Norwegian Air Force.  It was severely damaged during shipment to Norway, written off and dismantled for spares.

88    3537

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force January 26, 1942 as aircraft No. 3537.

89    3538    R-AY    LN-AEN    SE-CPB

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force January 26, 1942 as aircraft No.3538 and served until June 5, 1953.  May have been on loan to the USAAF at some time during this period.  Transferred, via Mutual Aid, to the Royal Norwegian Air Force and coded R-AY.  Used at Voernes and Kjeller AFB.  Used at Kjeller by test pilot in February 1956.  Transferred to Voernes in March 1956 to be used for  Geological survey.  Sold October 31, 1957, to A/S Flyservice, Alesund, Norway, with 2252 flying hours. Registered as LN-AEN but not taken up.  C of A No. 536.  Sold to Nordiska Vag Bolaget, Vasteras, Sweden, in September 1960 and registered SE-CPB.  Later sold to Norrlandsflyg, Gallivare, Sweden.

90    3539

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force August 4, 1942 as aircraft No. 3539.  On October 15, 1945, while en route from Alliford Bay on the Queen Charlotte Islands to Prince Rupert, BC, it crashed in rough bush on an island 27 miles southwest of Prince Rupert.  Pilot F/O R.A. Kirkwood and five passengers survived without major injury but the aircraft was written off.

91   491   CF-FDP

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force September 9, 1942, as aircraft No. 491 and assigned to No. 2 Training Command (No. 3 B & G School).  Transferred to E.A.C. (H.W.E.) on November 7, 1942.  Involved in a Category “A” accident at Torbay, Newfoundland, on October 26, 1944.  Repaired at RCAF Station, Torbay and returned to service August 18, 1945.  On July 4, 1946 it was transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal.  Bought by Weston Aircraft for Air Gagnon.  (Another report shows it going to Maritime Central Airways).  Registered to Air Gagnon, Chicoutimi, Quebec as CF-FDP on May 14, 1947.  Destroyed at Mistassini Post, Quebec, on June 6, 1947.  Pilot lost control during landing and the aircraft overturned and sank.   No injuries

92    492    R-AK    LN-BDR

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force September 91, 1942 as aircraft No. 492 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command. Transferred to No. 1 Training Command on October 19, 1944 and then to No. 1 A.C. on January 15, 1945. Sent to Noorduyn Aviation on February 19, 1945 for overhaul, the aircraft being time expired. Returned to No. 1 A.C. on September 4, 1945 and put in Reserve Storage. On March 10, 1946 it was transferred to SR MC 5REMU, Picton, Ontario. On December 4, 1952 it was sent to No. 12 T.S.U (DeHavilland) for overhaul. It is reported that parts from c/n 93 were used.  On April 23, 1953 it was transferred, via Mutual Aid, to the Royal Norwegian Air Force. Transferred to Horten Flyfabrikk where it was coded R-AK. It’s activities are unknown from that point to January 11, 1957 when it was known to have been in storage at Voernes. On May 14, 1957 it was sold to Fjeldfly, Skien, Norway and registered as LN-BDR with C of A No. 468 and registration No. 440. It was removed from the civil register on October 3, 1972 and sold to Turistflyg, Arjeplog, Sweden October 17, 1972 through the Den Norske Creditbank for use as spares.  Later stored at the Karemo Museum, Sweden.  In 1998 it was under restoration at Kjevik, Norway  and is now on display at the Flyhistorisk Museum, Sola, Norway.

93    493    NC53214    VO-ACA    CF-GPL

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force September 9, 1942 as aircraft No. 493 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command.  Re-assigned to No. 1 Training Command (No. 4 Wireless School) on November 12, 1942.  Involved in a Category ”B” accident on January 18, 1945 and sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repairs.  Returned to No. 3 Training Command on May 1, 1944 and put in Reserve Storage.  On June 28, 1944, the aircraft was rebuilt using a Mark VI fuselage and re-categorized as a Mark V-WA.  On January 15, 1945, it was transferred to No. 1 A.C.  Involved in A Category “B” accident on January 22, 1945.  Sent to No. 4 Repair Depot (W.R.) and then on March 27, 1945, to No. 6 Repair Depot for repair.  Sent to SR MC 6RD on November 21, 1945.  Transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal on September 5, 1946.  Sold as war surplus to Weston Aircraft Ltd. and registered as CF-EIH.  This registration was cancelled (Later assigned to c/n 94) when the aircraft was sold to W.E. Harris, New York, NY, and registered as NC53214.  Subsequently sold to Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland, and registered as VO-ACA on January 1, 1949.  Re-registered as CF-GPL on June 10, 1949 after Newfoundland became a Canadian province.  Registered July 13, 1951, to Maritime Central Airways Ltd., Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.  Destroyed at Hopedale, Labrador, on February 8, 1952, when the undercarriage failed on take off.  Right ski broke off and left wing damaged.  No injuries.  Cancelled from the register on June 30, 1952.

94    494    CF-EIH

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force September 9, 1942 as aircraft No. 494 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command.  Transferred to E.A.C. (No. 10 T.U.) on January 8, 1943.  On November 8, 1944 it was transferred to W2C.01 (E.A.C.).  Transferred October 18, 1945 to SR MC 6REMU (REMS Mt. Pleasant).  On August 1, 1946 it was transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal.  Authority to operate was given to McDonald Aviation Co., Edmonton, Alberta on May 14, 1947 and then it was sold to them on May 14, 1947 and registered as CF-EIH.  (CF-EIH was previously assigned to c/n 93, then cancelled)  Registered to Associated Airways , Edmonton Alberta on May 31, 1947.  Crashed during landing at Allen Lake, NWT on August 25, 1947.  Hit downdraft in strong, gusty wind conditions.  Pilot, one crew and three passengers escaped injury.  It was being operated by Charter Airways, Yellowknife, NWT. At the time.  Acquired by the Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton, Alberta, restored and put on public display.

95    495    CF-FEW

Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force September 12, 1942, as aircraft No. 495 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command (No. 124 Ferry Squadron).  On February 15, 1943, Cpl. R.C. Hawdon, while carrying a tarpaulin, walked into the propeller and received severe injuries.  No other details given.  On January 15, 1944 it was transferred to No. 1 Training Command (No. 4 Wireless School).  Transferred to No. 1 A.C. on January 15, 1944.  Then, on February 15, being time expired, it was sent to Noorduyn Aviation for overhaul.  Returned to No. 1 A.C. on September 4, 1945 and put in Reserve Storage.  Transferred to SR MC (No. 5 REMU) until December 10, 1947, when it was sent to No. 11 T.S.U. (Canadian Car and Foundry) for modifications and reconditioning.  On August 19, 1948, it was transferred to N.W.A.C, “K” Flight, Edmonton, Alberta.  On March 30, 1950, it was sent to W.R. No. 10 Repair Depot and struck off record.  Sold as war surplus to Superior Airways Ltd., Ft. William, Ontario, and registered as CF-FEW on April 15, 1947.  Registered January 11, 1961, to Parsons Airways Northern Ltd., Flin Flon, Manitoba.  Involved in an accident at Lynn Lake, Manitoba, on October 18, 1968.  After landing on floats, the aircraft was being taxied toward the dock on the step when it collided with taxiing Cessna 180, CF-LPI.  Repaired and returned to service.  Destroyed by fire at Flin Flon, Manitoba, on July 14, 1969.  Fire broke out in the battery box while the aircraft was being serviced.  As of September 20, 1968 total time was 8,573 hours

96    496    43-5105

Built as RCAF No. 496 and delivered January 15, 1943 to No. 11 A.T. District, Montreal, Quebec, minus engine and propeller but including engine accessories. Transferred to the USAAF, Dayton, Ohio as aircraft No. 43-5105 on March 29, 1943.  Damaged in a take off accident at carrpenter Lake on February 15, 1955.  Pilot – Thomas N. Johnson.

97    497    43-5106

Built as RCAF No. 497 and delivered January 15, 1943 to No. 11 A.T. District Montreal , Quebec, minus engine and propeller but including engine accessories. Transferred to the USAAF, Dayton, Ohio as aircraft No. 43-5106 on March 29, 1943.  Involved in a landing accident at Fort Vermillion, Alberta on August 14, 1943.  Pilot – William D. Stonebreaker.   Destroyed in a landing accident at Gunn, Alberta on May 14, 1944.  Pilot – Thomas C. Fooks.

98    498    43-5107

Built as RCAF No. 498 but diverted to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5107.  Delivered November 4, 1942 and assigned to the Engineering Corps, Edmonton, Alberta.  Reported to have provided support on the Alaska – Siberia ferry route.  Assigned to Alaska on May 1, 1943 and flown there on May 29.  Damaged in a take off accident at Little Evies Lake, Yukon on October 16, 1943.  Pilot – Thomas W. Johnson.  Later returned to the U.S and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus.  Reported scrapped.

99    499    43-5108

Built as RCAF No. 499 and delivered January 15, 1943, to No. 11 A.T. District, Montreal, Quebec, minus engine and propeller but including engine accessories.  Transferred to the USAAF, Dayton, Ohio, as aircraft No. 43-5108 on March 29, 1943.  Later sold as war surplus to Pell Audio Enterprises, New York, NY

100    43-5109    NC64460

The first Norseman built completely to USAAF specifications.  Designated as C-64A (later UC-64A) and designated Mk. VI by Noorduyn.  Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5109 on March 2, 1943 and flown to Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio on March 3.  Transferred to Reconstruction Finance Corp. in Camden, South Carolina on December 3, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Berry’s Ajax Hatchery, Quincy, Illinois and registered as NC64460.

101    43-5110

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5110 on January 13, 1943.  Flown to Presque Isle, Maine on January 21, 1943.  Appears to have been assigned to the North Atlantic Wing on May 1, 1943.  May have been involved in an accident on October 6, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on February 27, 1945.

102    43-5111

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5111 on January 18, 1943.  Flown to Presque Isle, Maine on January 21, 1943.  Assigned to the North Atlantic Wing on May 1, 1943.  May have been involved in an accident on May 29, 1943.  Shown as condemned on the same date.

103    43-5112

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft N0. 43-5112 on January 31, 1943.  Flown to Edmonton, Alberta on February 14, 1943, then to Alaska on May 1, 1943.  Damaged in a landing accident at Fort MacMurray, Alberta on October 22, 1943.  Pilot – Robert C. Medearis.  May have been involved in an accident on January 11, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on April 4, 1945.

104    43-5113    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5113 on February 26, 1943.  Flown to Edmonton, Alberta on March 3, 1943 then to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on March 7.  Returned to Edmonton on March 15.  Flown to Alaska on May 1, 1943.  While with 1452AB it was damaged in a take off accident 40 miles north of Fort MacMurray, Alberta on July 26, 1944.  Pilot – Herbert L. Meeks.  Consigned to salvage on October 18, 1944.  Later reported sold as war surplus to J.E. Jack, Miami, Florida.

105    43-5114    N79912

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5114 on February 26, 1943.  Flown to Edmonton, Alberta on March 3, 1943 then on March 7 to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on March 7.  Flown to Alaska on May 1, 1943.  May have operated out of Nome, Alaska at one time.  USAAF record terminated May 26, 1948.  Sold as war surplus to Estrella Fruit Shipping Corp., New Orleans, Louisiana and registered as N79912. 1960 FAA register shows last C of A issued in 1956.

106    43-5115

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5115 on February 26, 1943.  Flown to Edmonton, Alberta on March 3, 1943 then on March 7 to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan.  Returned to Edmonton March 15.  Destroyed in a landing accident at Cooking Lake, Alberta on July 24, 1943 while with 25FrS, 7FrG.  Pilot Frank N. Nightingale was killed.

107    43-5116    NC55444

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5116 on February 27, 1943.  Flown to Edmonton, Alberta on March 9, 1943, then on to Alaska on May 1, 1943.  Damaged by ground crew in a ground accident at Cooking Lake, Alberta on October 18, 1943.  Later returned to the U.S. via Great Falls, Montana.  Assigned to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia for disposal as surplus on September 17, 1945.  Sold to Paul Horvath, Miami, Florida and registered as NC55444.

108    43-5117

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5117 on February 28, 1943.  Flown to Edmonton, Alberta on March 3, 1943, then on to Alaska on May 1, 1943.  Destroyed 45 miles south of Ruby, Alaska on September 27, 1943 when the aircraft ran out of gas and pilot Lewis R. Daitz bailed out. 

109    43-5118    NC88718

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 43-5118 on February 26, 1943.  Flown to Edmonton, Alberta on March 9, 1943 then on to Alaska on May 1, 1943.  Returned to the U.S via Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana.  Assigned to Reconstruction Finance Corporation at Ontario, California for disposal as surplus on April 19, 1945.  Sold to F.M. Bird, Long Beach, California and registered as NC88718.

110    43-5119

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5119 on March 5, 1943.  Flown to Edmonton, Alberta on March 11, 1943 then to the modification center at Romulus, Michigan on March 15.  Assigned to Alaska on March 1, 1943 and delivered March 29.  Damaged in a take off accident at Nelson Forks, British Columbia on March 4, 1945 while with the 11th Air Force.  Pilot – Carroll R. Robinson.  Appears to have been returned to the U.S. later and may have been written off.

111    43-5120    N7990K

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5120 on March 15, 1943.  Flown to Bolling AFB, Washington, DC. On March 19, 1943 and then to the modification center at Romulus, Michigan on March 22.  Sent to Wright Field April 9, 1943.  Assigned to Alaska on May 1 and delivered May 29.  Later sold as surplus to Wien Alaska airlines and registered as N7990K.

112    43-5121    NC18782    VP-GAB

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5121 on March 20, 1943.  Flore Firld, Great Falls, Montana on March 23 and then on March 26 to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan.  May have served in Alaska.  Later transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus.  Sold to W.L. Roberts, San Diego, California and registered as NC18782.  Bought by Cuyuni Goldfields Ltd, Georgetown, British Guyana in 1950 and registered as VP-GAB.  Reported as abandoned by the owner.

113    43-5122    TF-RVE

Delivered to USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5122 on March 22, 1943 and flown to Presque Isle, Maine on March 25.  Assigned to North Atlantic Wing on May 1, 1943.  Appears to have been shipped to Reykjavik, Iceland on July 14, 1943.  Later sold as war surplus to H.F. Loftleider, Reykjavik and registered as TF-RVE. Crashed while landing on rough water at Patreksfjordur, Iceland on April 15, 1946.

114    43-5123

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5123 on March 22, 1943 and flown to Presque Isle, Maine on March 26.  Assigned to North Atlantic Wing on May 1, 1943.  Damaged at Presque Isle AAF, Maine on May 7, 1943.  Pilot – Francis E. Curran.  Reported damaged beyond repair.  Condemned on December 29, 1943.

115    43-5124

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5124 on March 26, 1943 and flown to Presque Isle, Maine on March 29.  Involved in an accident at Presque Isle, Maine on May 19, 1943.  Pilot – David H. Harpine.

116    43-5125

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5125 on March 26, 1943 and flown to Presque Isle, Maine on March 29.  May have been involved in an accident on December 28, 1944.  Shown as condemned on the same date.

117    43-5126

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5126 on March 27, 1943 and flown to Wright Field on April 5.  Sent to New Castle AFB, Delaware on May 29, 1943 then to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on June 3.  Flown to Natick, Massachusetts on June 22, 1943.  Appears to have been shipped to Narsarsuak, Greenland in November, 1943.

118    43-5127

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5127 on March 29, 1943.  Sent to Ladd Field, Fairbanks, Alaska on March 14, 1943 and then to Elmendorf AFB Anchorage on May 7.  While with 400ABS in Alaska it was damaged in a ground loop accident on September 7, 1944.  Pilot – Dale H. Archer.  Assigned to Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus on November 20, 1945.

119    43-5128

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5128 on April 8, 1943.  Assigned to Ladd Field, Fairbanks, Alaska on April 14.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on April 20, 1943 and then to Ladd Field on May 1.  Destroyed in a Take off accident at Lake Iliamna, Alaska on August 21, 1943 while with the 11th Air Force, 24ABS.  Pilot – Robert S. Fleishman..  Shown as condemned on September 14.

120    43-5129

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5129 on April 9, 1943.  Flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on April 14 and then to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on April 16.  Flown to Presque Isle, Maine on May 14, 1943 and assigned to the North Atlantic Wing on May 15.  Involved in an accident at Presque Isle AAF on July 26, 1943.  Pilot O.B. Jones…May have been involved in an accident on November 5, 1943.  Shown as condemned on November 24.

121    43-5130

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5130 on April 9, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on April 14.  Sent to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on April 16 and then on to Presque Isle, Maine on May 14, 1943.  Assigned to the North Atlantic Wing on May 15, 1943.  Destroyed in a crash following engine failure at Cape Harrison, Labrador on December 13, 1943.  Pilot – Bernard F. Thompson.

122    43-5131

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5131 on April 19, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on May 9.  Assigned to the North Atlantic Wing on May 15, 1943 and flown to Presque Isle, Maine on May 16.  May have been involved in an accident on October 6, 1944.  Shown as consigned to salvage on February 27, 1945.

123    43-5132

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5132 on April 22, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on April 27.  Sent to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on May 9, 1943 and then to Presque Isle, Maine on May 14.  Assigned to the North Atlantic Wing on May 15, 1945.  Returned to Romulus, Michigan on May 28.  Damaged in a take off accident at Goose Bay, Labrador on May 2, 1945.  Pilot – Edward B. Lynn.

124    43-5133

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5133 on April 22, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on April 29.  Sent to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on May 9, 1943 and then on May 14 to Presque, Maine.  Assigned to the North Atlantic Wing on April 15.  Appears to have spent considerable time at Goose Bay, Labrador.

125    43-5134

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5134 on May 12, 1943 and assigned to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on May 29.  Flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan and then to Olmstead on June 3, 1943.  Sent to Natick, Massachusetts on July 7, 1943.  Shipped to Reykjavik, Iceland in November 1943.  Destroyed in a crash 4 miles WNW of Camp Cameron, Iceland on October 22, 1944 while with 33FS.  Pilot John J. Custy was killed.

126    43-5135    TF-RVD

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5135 on May 14, 1943 and flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on April 30.  Sent to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania June 5, 1943.  May have returned to Canada in August 1943 before being shipped to Reykjavik, Iceland in November.  Sold as surplus to H.F Loftleider, Reykjavik, Iceland in 1945 and registered as TF-RVD.  Crashed while landing on rough water near Reykjavik on June 26, 1946.

127    43-5136    TF-ISV

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5136 on May 26, 1943 and flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on May 28.  Reported involved in an accident at Olmstead Field, Pennsylvania on June 1, 1943.  Pilot – Perrin L. Berry.  Sent to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on June 24, 1943 and then to Natick, Massachussetts on July 27.  Shipped to Reykjavik, Iceland in November 1943. Sold as surplus to Flugfelag Islands, H.F., “Dynfaxi”, Reykjavik, Iceland in1946 and registered as TF-ISV.  Reported destroyed in 1953.

128    43-5137    FR405

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 543-5137 on May 17, 1943 and transferred to the Royal Air Force Transport Command and coded as FR405.  The aircraft remained in Canada and operated on the east coast. The RAF also operated c/n 129, 377 and 378 on loan in Canada.  Crashed and destroyed at Charlottetown, PEI. On May 1, 1945.  Pilot John J. Gilmour (British civilian) and Frank L. Radcliffe (RAF) were killed.

129    43-5138    FR406    CF-BTH

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.43-5138 on April 6, 1943 and transferred to the Royal Air Force, Transport Command and coded as FR406. The aircraft remained in Canada and operated on the east coast.  Later sold as surplus to Thunder Bay Airlines, Ft. William, Ontario and registered May 15, 1946 as CF-BTH.  Registered to Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario on July 21, 1947.  Destroyed at Red Lake, Ontario on October 22, 1951.  Aircraft hit rocks during landing after dark. As of May 8, 1951 total time was 918 hours.

130    43-5139

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No, 43-5139 on May 10, 1943 and assigned to Edmonton, Alberta on May 18.  Flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan.  Sent to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on May 23, 1943.  Destroyed in a landing ground loop accident at Gore Field on that date.  Pilot – Willard H. Strauss.

131    43-5140    NC45380    CF-DRE

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5140 and flown to Alaska.  Later returned to the U.S. via Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus.  Reported later registered as NC45380 in the United States.  Registered to Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario on April 15, 1953 as CF-DRE.  Registered to Hooker Air Service, Pickle Lake, Ontario in 1962.  Reported to have crashed on takeoff at Pickle Lake on December 19, 1964.  Frost on wings was blamed.  No injuries.  Registered  to Bruce Hallock, Yellowknife, NWT. In 1968.  Registered to Parsons Airways Northern, Flion Flon, Manitoba on August 13, 1969.  Registered to Thompson’s Camp Ltd., La Ronge, Saskatchewan on June 29, 1970.  Registered to Norm. Rondeau, Winnipeg, Manitoba (Moose Nose Airways, Ilford, Man.) June 19, 1972.  C of A expired June 12, 1974.  Reported as sold on May 27, 1982.  Buyer unknown.  Fuselage reported seen at Red Lake Seaplane Service, Red Lake, Ontario.  Fuselage bought by British Columbia Air Museum, Victoria, BC.   The aircraft was restored using major parts from CF-JDG (c/n 538).

132    43-5141    NC53456

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5141 on May 8, 1943 and flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan.   Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on June 6, 1943 and then to Alaska on June 19.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus on October 4, 1945.  Sold to A. Almosling, Washington, DC. and registered as NC53456.

133    43-5142

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5142 on May 14, 1943 and flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on May 18.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on June 24, 1943 and then to Alaska on July 2.  Damaged in a take off accident at AAB Sta. 12, Nome, Alaska on January 23, 1944 while based there.  Pilot – Robert C. Medearis.  Damaged in a weather related ground accident while parked at Nome, Alaska on October 17, 1944.  Damaged in a take off accident at American River, Alaska on February 13, 1944.  Pilot – Robert C. Medearis.  Damaged in a landing accident at  Cape Rodney, Alaska on February 17, 1944.  Pilot – Robert C. Medearis.  May have been involved in an accident on March 11, 1945.  Shown as condemned on March 24.

134    43-5143

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5143 on May 19, 1943 and flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on May 24.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on May 30, 1943 and then on to Alaska on June 1.  Destroyed in a forced landing after engine failure 40 miles north of Wrigley, NWT.  Pilot – Ned B. VanAmburg Jr.

135    43-5144

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5144 on May 19, 1943 and flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on May 21.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana and then on to Alaska on June 1, 1943.  Destroyed in a forced landing due to engine failure 40 miles north of Wrigley, N.W.T. on March 10, 1944.  Pilot – Ned B. VanAmburg.

136    43-5145    787

Built as USAAF No. 43-5145 but diverted to the RCAF as aircraft No. 787 and delivered on June 10, 1943.  At one time assigned to No. 413 Squadron, Rockcliffe, Ontario and coded AP-P  In storage from 1962 to 1964.  Restored and now on display in the National Aviation Museum in Ottawa, Ontario.

137    43-5146    788    CF-EIB

Built as USAAF No. 43-5146 but transferred via Lend Lease to the RCAF.  Delivered to the RCAF June 10, 1943 as aircraft No. 788 and assigned to No. 3 Training Command to be used by RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario for survey work.  Transferred to E.A.C (167 Squadron) on December 6, 1943.  On May 14, 1945, it was sent to No. 4 repair Depot WR for installation of floats and yellow doping.  Returned to E.A.C. on June 30, 1945.  On November 7, 1945, sent to WSR MC (No. 6 Repair Depot).  On September 5, 1946 it was transferred to War Assets Corporation for disposal.  Bought by a Mr. Kashower of Oshawa, Ontario, in 1947, and registered as CF-EIB.  Registered to Austin Airways on May 5, 1947.  Served with Austin until 1957 when it was reported sold in damaged condition.  No details.  C of R expired on November 8, 1957 and was reported renewed on March 27, 1962.  Registered to Vaillancourt Air Service, Sherbrooke, Quebec, in 1963 and then in 1965 to St. Felicien Air Service, St. Felicien, Quebec.  C of R was cancelled December 3, 1985, and the aircraft deleted from the register on December 14, 1987, while owned by St. Felician Airways.  Reported to have been sunk in a northern lake circa 1983.  No details.  Fuselage may have been used in rebuilding CF-LFR (N29-55).  Assumed written off.

138    43-5147    789    CF-INN

Built as USAAF No. 43-5147 but transferred to the RCAF via Lend-Lease.  Delivered on June 10, 1943 as aircraft No. 789.  It was damaged in an accident (No details) and rebuilt by Canadian Car and Foundry using a Mark V fuselage.  Sold as war surplus to Noorduyn Norseman Aircraft Ltd. in 1956 where it was rebuilt and registered as CF-INN.  Later the same year it was sold to Lamb Airways, The Pas, Manitoba, and registered to them on November 26, 1956.  Registered to Northward Air Service Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, on August 7, 1964 and then to Northward Aviation Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta, on March 28, 1966.  Registered to Northland Airlines Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba, on April 3, 1967.  Written off at Sharpe Lake, Manitoba, on June 23, 1967.  Loaded with one passenger, freight and an external canoe, the aircraft circled the landing area and stalled, struck the water and sank.  The pilot and passenger evacuated the aircraft, but unable to reach shore, the pilot died of exposure. As of May 23, 1967, total time was 5,720 hours.

139    43-5148    790    CF-IJG

Built as USAAF No. 43-5148 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the RCAF.  Delivered  June 10, 1943 as aircraft No. 790.  Reported as converted to a Mark VI by the RCAF on July 7,  1943.  Sold as war surplus to Georgian Bay Airways, Parry Sound, Ontario and registered as CF-IJG on August 25, 1955.  C of A expired on May 14, 1966.  Sale was reported in 1975 but no details given.  Last reported as being stored on a farm near Gravenhurst, Ontario and being offered for sale by owner Lloyd Street.

140    43-5149    791    N55444     ZP-CAZ

Built as USAAF No. 43-5149 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the RCAF. Delivered on June 10, 1943 as aircraft No. 791. At one time registered to Fleetway Inc., Burbank, California as N55444.  Registered as ZP-CAZ to Lineas Aeras de Transporte Nacional, Paraguay in 1954.

141    43-5150    792    CF-IGX

Built as USAAF No. 43-5150 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the RCAF. Delivered June 10, 1943 as aircraft No. 792 and assigned to No. 12 Squadron, Rockcliffe, Ontario. Sold as surplus to Georgian Bay Airways Ltd., Parry Sound, Ontario and registered in 1956 as CF-IGX.  Registered to P.F. Bradley (Mattagami Skyways Co. Ltd.), Moonbeam, Ontario on September 29, 1958.  Re-registered to Mattagami Skyways, Moonbeam, Ontario on November 1, 1963.  C of A expired on June 17, 1965 and was not renewed until September 24, 1990.  Sale reported in 1978 but no details given.  Rebuilt by Gordon Hughes, Ignace, Ontario and subsequently registered to James Olsen (Eagle Air Service), Wollaston Lake, Saskatchewan on September 24, 1990.  Eagle Air Service was later sold but Mr. Olsen retained ownership of CF-IGX.  Registered to David Lindskog,  Winnipeg, Manitoba on June 8, 1994.

142    43-5151    N57977

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5151 on June 3, 1943.  Damaged at Dorval Airport, Montreal, Quebec on June 16, 1943 when the right landing strut failed on landing.  Assigned to Kelly AFB, Texas on December 21, 1943, arriving at Kelly on January 10, 1944.  Later assigned to the reconstruction Finance Corporation in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas for disposal as surplus.  Sold Bemidji Airlines, Bemidgi, Minnesota and registered as N57977.  Later sold to Alaska Airlines Inc., Anchorage, Alaska.

143    43-5152

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5152 on May 31, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on June 6.  Flown to Natick, Massachusetts on July 27, 1943  and shipped to Narsarsuak, Greenland on September 4, 1943.

144    43-5153

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5153 on May 31, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on June 6.  Flown to Natick, Massachusetts on July 27, 1943 and shipped to Narsarsuak, Greenland on September 4, 1943.

145    43-5154

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5154 on June 3, 1943 and flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on June 21.  Flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on July 15, 1943 and then to Natick, Massachusetts on July 30.  Shipped to Narsarsuak, Greenland on September 4, 1943.

146    43-5155

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 43-5155 on June 9, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on July 13.  Flown to Natick, Massachusetts on August 1, 1943 and shipped to Narsarsuak, Greenland on September 4, 1943.

147    43-5156    NC50051    CF-DRG

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5156 on June 11, 1943 and flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on July 16.  Flown to Lowry Field, Denver, Colorado on July 23.  Assigned to HQ Squadron, Peterson AAF, Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1944.  Later assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus.   Sold to J. McCrow, McMinnville, Oregon and registered as NC50051.  Later with Transocean Airlines, Seattle, Washington.   Bought by Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario in 1953 and registration CF-DRG allotted on March 16, 1953.  Aircraft ferried to Kenora, Ontario in September 1954 and registration became active on September 2, 1954.  Later owned by Bohman Airways, Rainy River, Ontario.  Destroyed near North Spirit Lake, Ontario on October 19, 1958 when it crashed and burned, killing the pilot.

148    43-5157    N91018

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-515 7 on June 8, 1943 and flown to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska on July 26, 1943.  Damaged in a take off accident at Berry Field, Alaska on September 20, 1943 while with 397ABS.  Pilot – Walter M. Williams.  Shown as condemned on June 27, 1945.  Shown as gained from condemned June 2, 1946 and placed on the excessive inventory list.  Shown in the 1960 FAA register as N91018 owned by Alaska Airlines Inc., Anchorage, Alaska.

149    43-5158

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5158 on June 10, 1943 and flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on July 20.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on July 21, 1943 and on to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska on July 29.  May have been involved in an accident on November 22, 1943.  Shown as condemned on December 28.

150    43-5159

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5159 on July 9, 1943 and flown to the modification in Romulus, Michigan on July 20.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on July 22, 1943 and then on to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska on July 29.  May have been involved in an accident on May 1, 1945.  Shown as condemned on July 27.  Shown as gained from condemned on June 2, 1946.

151    43-5160

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5160 on June 16, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on August 6.  Flown to Natick, Massachusetts on August 14, 1943  and shipped to Narsarsuak, Greenland in October 19443.

152    43-5161

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5161 on June 16, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on July 29.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on August 16, 1943 and then to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska on August 27.  May have been involved in an accident on February 21, 1945.  Shown as consigned to salvage on February 23.

153    43-5162    NC158M    NC158    N158    OB-QAE

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5162 on June 23, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on July 29.  Flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on August 16, 1943 and then to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska on August 29.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus on September 18, 1945.  Registered to the Civil Aeronautics Authority as NC158M then as NC158.  This changed to N158 after 1948.  Operated by the CAA from 1946 to 1950.  Later reported as having been registered in Peru as OB-Q-AE.

154    43-5163

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5163 on June 23, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on July 29.  Flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on August 16, 1943 and then to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska on August 22.  Destroyed in a crash following engine failure at Kiska, Alaska on August 29, 1944 while with the 11th Air Force, 464ABS.  Pilot Walter C. Williams Jr. was killed.  Shown as condemned on October 24.

155    43-5164

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5164 on July 26, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on August 1.  Flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on August 16, 1943 and then to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska on July 20.  May have been involved in an accident on February 21, 1945.  Shown as consigned to salvage on February 23.

156    43-5165

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5164 on July 26, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on August 1.  Flown to the modification center in Romulus, Michigan on August 16, 1943 and then to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska on July 20.  May have been involved in an accident on February 21, 1945.  Shown as consigned to salvage on February 23.

157    43-5166

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5166 on August 5, 1943 and flown to Wright Field on August 16.  Flown to Long Beach AAF, California and then shipped to Calcutta, India in February 1944.  May have been involved in an accident on May 31, 1945.  Shown as condemned on August 8, 1945.

158    43-5167

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5167 on July 13, 1943 and flown to McClellan Field, Sacramento, California on August 10, 1943.  Shipped to Calcutta, India in February, 1944.  May have been involved in an accident on June 16, 1945.  Shown as consigned to salvage on September 5, 1945.

159    43-5168

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5167 on July 13, 1943 and flown to McClellan Field, Sacramento, California on August 10, 1943.  Shipped to Calcutta, India in February, 1944.  May have been involved in an accident on June 16, 1945.  Shown as consigned to salvage on September 5, 1945.

160    43-5169

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5169 on July 14, 1943 and flown to McClellan Field, Sacramento, California on August 11, 1943.  Shipped to Calcutta, India in February 1944.  Served with the 10th Air Force.  Damaged in a take off accident while parked at Chittagong, India on March 19, 1945.  May have been struck by another aircraft on take off.

161    43-5170    NC57121    CF-HAF

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5170 on July 14, 1943.  Assigned to HQ Squadron, Patterson Field, Montgomery, Alabama.  Transferred to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on November 6, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to L.R. Fent, Sycamore, Illinois and registered as NC57121.   Imported into Canadaby Carl Millard Ltd.  Bought by Aerial Photography Company Ltd. and  registered as CF-HAF on April 30, 1953.  Registered to A. Racicot, Montreal Quebec February 24, 1954.  Registered to Northern Wings Ltd., Sillery, Quebec November 4, 1954.  Crashed into bush after take-off from Lake Rapid, Quebec on August 30, 1957, killing the pilot.  As of August 10, 1957 total time was 3,032 hours.

162    43-5171    NC54317    VO-ACD    CF-GPM

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5171 on July 13, 1943.  Assigned to HQ Squadron, Patterson Field, Montgomery, Alabama.  On December 20, 1943 it was assigned to 478 AB Squadron.  Later transferred to Reconstruction Finance Corporation fo disposal as surplus.  Sold to W.C. Clippinger, Kirkwood, Missouri and registered as NC54317 . Bought by Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland and registered to them as VO-ACD on January 4, 1949.  Sold to Eastern Provincial Airways Ltd. on May 22, 1949 and registered to them on December 23, 1949 as CF-GPM after Newfoundland became a Canadian province.  Broke through ice while taxiing at St. Anthony Harbour, Newfoundland on February 4, 1955.  The aircraft was salvaged but later written off due to salt water damage.  As of February 1, 1954 total time was 2,613 hours.

163    43-5172    N61853

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 43-5172 on July 3, 1943 and assigned to Kelly AFB, Texas on July 31, 1943. Transferred to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona for disposal as surplus in November 1945.  Bought by Harry Olson, White Bear Lake, Minnesota and registered as N61853.  Sold to Wein Alaska Airlines in 1951.  Bought, along with N7990K (c/n 111), by Parachutes Incorporated in 1962.  These two aircraft were the last of  Wien’s Norseman fleet.  Flown to Orange, Massachusetts and modified for sky diving use.  Operated out of Orange, Massachusetts, Lakewood, New Jersey and possibly Crawfordsville, Indiana.  Flown to Elsinore, California in 1976 for the opening of a new sky diving facility there.  Sat idle, outside from 1980 to 1984.  During this period it had been stripped of some parts and was in poor shape.  Sold at auction in October 1984 to Glen and Wanda Courtright, Oaklawn, Illinois.  Trucked to Roswell, New Mexico where it underwent a two year restoration process returning it to it’s original USAAF configuration.  Painted in Air Transport Command’s silver and red scheme and flown to Kankakee, Illinois where it was based.

164    43-5173

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5173 on July 14, 1943.  Assigned to 478 AB Squadron, Patterson Field, Montgomery, Alabama.  While based at Patterson Field, Fairfield, Ohio it was involved in an accident at Smokey Hills Airfield, Salina, Kansas on March 10, 1944.  Pilot – Richard J. Downs.

165    43-5174    NC58409    LV-AAT    LV-FES    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5174 but kept at Noorduyn for 23 months for extensive flight tests.  These tests included various float and landing gear configurations.  Most were flown by Duncan McClaren.  Sold as war surplus to South American Trading Corp., New York, NY. and registered as NC58409.  Later sold to Compania Argentina De Aeronavigacion Dodero, Argentina.  Ferried from DuPont Field, Wilmington, Delaware to Buenos Airies in late May 1946, arriving Argentina on June 29.  Registered as LV-AAT on August 19.  Three other aircraft (c/n 219, 341 and 798) also went to Argentina at this time.  In August 1961 it was sold to C. Pepe.  Two months later it was sold to P.V. Alonso and re-registered as LV-FES.

166    43-5175    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5175 on July 16, 1943.  Assigned to HQ Squadron, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City.   Later transferred to Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus.  Sold to A.A. Crane, San Diego, California.

167    43-5176

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5176 on July 31, 1943 and flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on August 30, 1943.  Shipped to Espirito Santo, New Hebrides in October 1943.  May have been involved in an accident on February 5, 1945.  Shown as condemned on April 6, 1945.

168    43-5177

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5177 on July 19, 1943 and flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on August 30, 1943.  Shipped to Espirito Santo, New Hebrides in October 1943.  May have been involved in an accident on December 6, 1945.  Shown as consigned to salvage on March 7, 1945. 

169    43-5178

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5178 on July 31, 1943 and flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on August 31, 1943.  Shipped to thr 10th Air Force, Calcutta, India.  Destroyed in a ground accident at Sta. 109, Barrackpore, India on July 22, 1944.

170    43-5179

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5179 on July 31, 1943 and flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on September 9, 1943.  Shipped to Karachi, India.  May have been involved in an accident on May 19, 1945.  Shown as consigned to salvage on July 3, 1945.

171    43-5180

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5179 on July 31, 1943 and flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on September 9, 1943.  Shipped to Karachi, India.  Served with the 10th Air Force.  Wwhile operating from Sum Cham, India it went missing on April 25, 1945.May have been involved in an accident on May 19, 1945.  Pilot – George L. Baptie.

172    43-5181

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5181 on August 2, 1943 and flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on September 9, 1943.  Shipped to Karachi, India.  May have been involved in an accident on December 31, 1944.  Shown as condemned on February 9, 1945.

173    43-5182

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5182.

174    43-5183    Nxxxx    VP-GAJ

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5183 on August 5, 1943.  Flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on September 9, 1943 and then to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska in October, 1943.  Later returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation in Ponca City, Oklahoma for disposal as surplus.  Sold to W.L. Roberts, San Diego, California.  Later bought by B.S. Camacho, Georgetown, British Guiana and registered as VP-GAJ.

175    43-5184    N91011    C-GRZI

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5184 on August 5, 1943.  Flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on September 9, 1943 and then to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska in October 1943.  May have been involved in an accident on May 9, 1945.  Shown as condemned on June 27, 1945.  This normally means a write-off but the 1960 FAA register shows it registered to H. Goodwin, Juneau, Alaska as N91011.  Imported into Canada as C-GRZI.  Registration cancelled on August 20, 1986 while owned by Beaver Air Service.  Registered to Grass River Lodge, The Pas, Manitoba on November 21, 1986.

176    43-5185

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5185 on August 5, 1943.  Flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on September 2, 1943 and then to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska in October 1943.  May have been involved in an accident on February 29, 1944.  Shown as condemned on March 30, 1944.  Shown as gained from condemned on April 30, 1944.  May have been on loan to the U.S. Navy from May 2 to June 8, 1945.  Returned to the U.S. on July 31, 1946.  Appears to have been assigned to Goose Bay, Labrador and to have served there for some time.

177    43-5186

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5186 on August 5, 1943 and flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on September 24, 1943.  Shipped to Calcutta, India in October 1943.   While with 5318PAU, 10th Air Force it was destroyed in a ground loop accident at Wateji, India.  Pilot – Archie L. McKay

178    43-5187

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5187 on August 18, 1943 and flown to the Republic modification center in Evansville, Indiana on September 2, 1943.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on November 1, 1943.  Involved in an accident at Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on November 18, 1943.  Pilot – Albert Almoslino.  Flown to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska in December, 1943.  While with 24BAS it was damaged in a landing accident at Lake Spenard, Alaska on July 19, 1944.  Pilot – Will S. Keller.  May have been involved in an accident on May 9, 1945.  Shown as condemned on June 27, 1945.

179    43-5188    A71-1

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5188 on August 23, 1943 but diverted to the Royal Australian Air Force under Lend-Lease.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment to Australia.  Recieved at No. 2 Aircraft Park, Bankstown October 26, 1943 and given serial A71-1.  Received at No. 5 Communications Unit, Townsville, Queensville January 10, 1944.  On August 20, 1944, on a flight from Hom Island to Merauke, the engine failed and the aircraft ditched at sea 8 mile SE of Coigu Island, New Guinea.  Pilot Flt. Sgt F.H. Rossiter and 6 passengers were on board.  Three passengers were rescued.  Written off September 1, 1944.

180    43-5189    A71-2

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5189 on August 23, 1943 but diverted to the Royal Australian Air Force under Lend-Lease.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment to Australia.  arrived at No. 2 Aircraft Park, Bankstown on October 26, 1943 and given serial A71-2.  Assigned to No. 9 Communications Unit Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea on December 7, 1943.  Sent to No. 15 Repair Depot for minor engine repairs and returned to No. 9 Communications Unit on January 13, 1944.  Sent to No. 5 Communications Unit, Townsville on April 14, 1944.  Sent to 6AD, Oakey for repairs on August 16, 1944 and returned to N0. 5 Communications Unit on October 25, 1944.  On April 13, 1945 it was undamaged in a forced landing due to engine failure after takeoff at Garbutt Field, Townsville, Queensland.  Sent to No. 13 Repair Depot, Breddan Field, Charters Towers, Queensland on October 31, 1945 for renewal of upper fabric.  On February 18, 1946 authority was requested to dismantle the aircraft for spares and on February 28 it was sent to No. 13 Repair Depot.  Authority to dismantle was given on March 18, 1946.

181    43-5190    A71-3    VH-BNT

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5190 on August 26, 1943 but diverted to the Royal Australian Air Force under Lend-Lease.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment to Australia.  Received at No. 2 Aircraft Park, Bankstown on October 31, 1943 and given serial A71-3.  Sent to No. 5 Communications Unit, Townsville on December 5, 1943.  Involved in a forced landing at Burdekin River on December 19, 1944. Squadron Leader W.L. Milne and one crew uninjured.  On December 12, 1944 No, 6 Central Recovery Depot was assigned to recover the aircraft.  It arrived at No. 7 Repair Depot, Breddan on January 20, 1945 where it was repaired and returned to No. 5 Communications Unit on March 11. 1945.  It was assigned to No. 7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW. on March 18, 1946 for under cover storage.  It was assigned to Commonwealth Disposals Commission for disposal as surplus on October 11, 1948.  Aircraft survey report on November 24, 1948 indicates a total of 599 hours:  Dope on fabric cracked but fit for ferry:  Requires extensive reconditioning.   Sold to Zinc Corporation Ltd. Melbourne for 2500 Pounds on June 6, 1949 and on June 28 ferried to Broken Hill, NSW. for storage pending civil conversion.  Purchased by Gibbes Sepik Airways, Wewak, New guinea on June 26, 1950.  Bobby Gibbes attempted to ferry the aircraft to Sydney where civil conversion was to be carried out by Kingsford Smith Aviation Service.  During flight through a dust storm strips of the deteriorated fabric began to tear off the wings and a forced landing was made near Parkes, NSW.  A fabric repair team was sent out and the fabric repaired and the aircraft flown to Bankstown where a civil conversion overhaul was carried out by Kingsford Smith.  On October 20, 1950 registered as VH-BNT to Gibbes Sepik.  C of A issued the same day authorizing 2 crew and 16 passengers.   Ferried to New Guinea by Bobby Gibbes.  On November 3, 1950 it was damaged at Tapini airstrip, Papua New Guinea.  After temporary repairs it was ferried to Port Moresby in December.  Permanent repairs completed and C of A renewed March 17, 1951.  April 17, 1955 it turned over on it's back at Lalibu, Papua New Guinea when it hit a soft spot while landing on a new runway.  On a cargo flight from Minj to Mendi, Papua New Guinea the engine failed just after lift off due to lack of fuel.  The aircraft was destroyed and pilot John McDermott recieved minor injuries.  Removed from register on November 1, 1955..

182    43-5191    A71-4

Delivered to the USAAF As aircraft No. 43-5191 on August 26, 1943 but diverted to the Royal Australian Air Force under Lend-Lease.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment to Australia.  Received at No. 1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton on October 24, 1943 and given serial A71-4.    Assigned to No. 5 Communications Unit, Townsville on March 20, 1944 and given unit code KF-B.   On October 2, 1944 it was sent to No. 13 Aircraft Repair Depot, Breddan Field, Charters Towers, Queensland for 240 hour inspection then returned to No. 5 Communications Unit.  On January 18, 1946 it was sent to No. 7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal for under cover storage.    February 2, 1946 it crashed near Iron Range, Queensland.  While operated by No. 5 Communications Unit it was delivering rations from Garbut Field, Townsville to Iron Range.  After overnighting in Cairns, it stopped at Cooktown then encountered severe weather approaching Iron Range.   Radio contact was lost and a search activated.  On February 19 the wreckage was spotted by a searching Catalina.  RAAF Court of Enquiry found that the pilot was attempting to land at old Claudie airstrip 10 miles south of Iron Range when the port wing struck a tree.   Pilot F/O C.W. Law, 1 crew and 1 passenger were killed and the aircraft destroyed.     

183    43-5192

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5192 on August 26, 1943 and flown to Olmstead AFB, Pennsylvania on September 11.  Flown to Dover, Delaware on December 21, 1943 and assigned to the 1st Air Force on January 2, 1944.  Involved in an accident at Dover on March 22, 1944.  Pilot – Edward S. Kelly.

184    43-5193

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft  No. 43-5193 on August 26, 1943 and assigned to Oklahoma Air Depot on September 4.  On October 5, 1943 it was wrecked due to loss of control on take off at Hill Field, Ogden, Utah.

185    43-5194    N19918

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5194 on August 27, 1943 and flown to Brookley AAF, Mobile, Alabama on September 3, 1943.  Transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on November 29, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold  to W.S. Power, Waltham, Massachusetts and registered as NC19918.  The 1960 FAA register shows it registered as N19918 to Marvin Kohn, Brooklyn, New York with the last C of A having been issued in January 1949.

186    43-5195    N49249

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5195 on August 25, 1943 and flown to Warner Robins AFB, Georgia on September 3, 1943.  Transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Boeing Field, Seattle on August 2, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Donald C. Burkhard, King County, Washington on January 4, 1946 and registered as N49249.  Ownership transferred to  W.L. Loback, Snohomish, Washington on May 29, 1946.  Registered to Aero Service of Arlington, Washington on May 4, 1949.  Sold to Alaska Airlines, Anchorage and registered to them on March 23, 1949.  On March 28, 1955 it was reported to be permanently retired from service.

187    43-5196    NC79013    VO-ABY    CF-GPI

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5196 on August 27, 1943 and flown to McClellan Field, Sacramento, California on September 3.  Transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 3, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Rice and Russel, Sedalia, Missouri and registered as NC79013.  Bought by Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland.  (“VO” registration unknown)  Re-registered to Newfoundland Airways as CF-GPI on June 25, 1949 after Newfoundland became a Canadian province.  Registered to Kenting Aviation Ltd., Toronto, Ontario on March 5, 1951 and then to Provincial Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland on March 28, 1952.  Broke through ice and sank while landing at Burlington, Notre Dame Bay on April 26, 1952.  The aircraft was salvage but the company reportrd on April2, 1953 that it would not be rebuilt.

188    43-5197    CF-DCK

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.43-5197on August 28, 1943 and flown to the Rome Air Depot, Rome, NY. On September 4.  Later assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus.  It was looked at by Arabian American Oil Company and sent to Noorduyn at their request for inspection.  It was found to be “Wing Heavy” and rejected by Arabian American.  Later looked at by Austin Airways and found to have a cracked wing spar.  An approved fix was available so it was bought by Austin in January 1946 for $13,000. Registered as CF-DCK, repaired and pressed into service as the first of many Norsemen to serve Austin over the next three decades. Destroyed in an Aircraft Industries hangar fire at St. Jean, Quebec on December 8, 1954.  As of April 1, 1954 total time was 4,784 hours.

189    43-5198    N53651

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5198 on August 30, 1943 and flown to San Berardino, California on September 3.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 6, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to R. Hawkins, Craig, Colorado and later bought by Northern Consolidated Airlines Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska.  The 1960 FAA register shows it registered as N53651 to Interior Enterprises Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska with the last C of A having been issued in July 1959.

190    43-5199    N49983    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5199 on August 30, 1943 and flown to Geiger AAF, Spokane, Washington on September 3.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on October 22, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to R.B. Galbraith, Los Angeles, California and registered as NC49983. The 1960 FAA register shows it registered as N49983 to Wien Alaska Airlines Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska with the last C of A having been issued in April 1959.

191    43-5200    VT-AZR

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5200 on August 31, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta modification center on September 9.  Flown to Alhambra, California on October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India.  Later shown as condemned.  Shown as gained from condemned on June 2, 1945.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas  Airlines) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZR on March 11, 1946.  Registration cancelled in 1948. Assumed written off.

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5200 on August 31, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta modification center on September 9.  Flown to Alhambra, California on October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India. Damaged in a take off accident at Barrackpore, India on February 11, 1944.  Pilot – Jack U. Klarr.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas  Airlines) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZR on March 11, 1946.  Registration cancelled in 1948. Assumed written off.

192    43-5201

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5201 on August 30, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta modification center on September 22.  Flown to Alhambra, California on October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India.  Shown as condemned on June 1, 1944.

193    43-5202

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5202 on September 2, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta modification center on September 26.  Flown to Alhambra, California on October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India.  Damaged in a landing accident at Shaduzup, Burma on May 6, 1944.  Pilot – Edward Wagner.  May have been involved in an accident on December 21, 1944.  Shown as condemned on February 9, 1945.

194    43-5203

Delivered  to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5203 on August 31, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta modification center on September 23.  Flown to Alhambra, California on October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India.  Shown as condemned on July 8, 1944.

195    43-5204

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5204 on September 2, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta modification center on September 22.  Flown to Alhambra, California on October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India.  May have been involved in an accident on March 21, 1945.  Shown as consigned to salvage on May 5, 1945.

196    43-5205

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5205 on September 2, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta modification center on September 22.  Flown to Alhambra, California on October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India.  May have been involved in an accident on March 11, 1944.  Shown as condemned on April 26, 1944.

197    43-5206

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5206 on September 2, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta modification center on September 22.  Flown to Alhambra, California on October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India.  May have been involved in an accident on March 21, 1944.  Shown as condemned on May 26, 1944.

198    43-5207

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5207 on September 9, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta modification center on September 22, 1943.  Flown to Alhambra, California on October 6, 9143 for shipment to Karachi, India.  Served with the 10th Air Force.  Involved in an accident on September 12, 1944, repaired and returned to service.  While with 164LSC, 1ACG it was damaged in a landing accident at Ondaw, Burma on March 22, 1945.  Pilot – David C. Beasley.  Condemned on April 7, 1945.

199    43-5208

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5208 on September 7, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta modification center on September 22.  Flown to Alhambra, California on October 8 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India.  Involved in an accident on July 8, 1944, repaired and returned to service.  Involved in another accident on February 26, 1945 and consigned to salvage on April 5, 1945.

200    43-5209

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5209 on September 7, 1943 and flown to Memphis, Tennessee on September 10, 1943.  Reported involved in an accident at Harding AAF, Louisiana.  No details

201    43-5210    N62117

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5210 on September 12, 1943 and flown to Tinker Field, Oklahoma City on September 17.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on June 17, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to I.J. Enger, Minneapolis, Minnesota and registered as N62117.

202    43-5211    N59557    CF-NJJ

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5211 on September 12, 1943 and flown to Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on September 17.  Assigned to Reconstruction Finance Corporation on June 18, 1945 for disposal as surplus.   Sold  to A.A. Crane, San Diego, California.  Later bought by Alaska Airlines Inc. and registered as N59557.  Imported into Canada in 1961 and registered as CF-NJJ.  In 1964 it was registered to Theriault Air Services, Chapleau, Ontario.  Bought by Jim Lougheed who chartered out of Windermere Lake, BC.  Written off near Briscoe, BC. on August 4, 1968.  The aircraft was loaded to gross weight, including a wide transom boat tied to the left float.  Take-off was made on a high elevation lake in 90 deg. F. temperature and gusty wind conditions.  After take-off, a turn was attempted within the confines of a valley and the aircraft stalled, crashed and burned.  The pilot died and three passengers escaped with injuries.

203    43-5212    Nxxxx    CF-GVT

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 43-5212 on September 13, 1943 and flown to Patterson Field, Montgomery, Alabama on September 15.  Assigned to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on October 4, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold  to C.R. Lapp,  Brainard, California.  Bought on wheels for $2,064 from Gordon Wyrich and C.E Yuille by Gibson Brothers Ltd., Vancouver, BC. July 11, 1951 and registered as CF-GVT.  Caught fire and was destroyed four miles west of Lulu Island, BC. on June 26, 1952.  The aircraft had just departed Vancouver on floats when the pilot landed to fasten a loose gas cap.  He was unable to restart the engine due to a dead battery.  A signal flare was fired but proved faulty and landed on the aircraft, setting it on fire.  The aircraft was being operated by Associated Air Taxi, Vancouver, BC.

204    43-5213

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5213 on September 12, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on September 29.  Later shipped to Calcutta, India.

205    43-5214

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5214 on September 12, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on September 29.  Later shipped to Calcutta, India.  While with the 10th Air Force, 165LS, 1ACG it was damaged in a landing accident at Kawlin, Burma on January 9, 1945.  Pilot – John R. Tucker.

206    43-5215

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5215 on September 13, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on September 29.  Later shipped to Calcutta, India.  May have served in China.  Later shown as destroyed.

207    43-5216

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5216 on September 15, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on September 29.  Later shipped to Calcutta, India.  Destroyed in a take off accident on July 20, 1944 at Sta. 4, Jorhat, India while with the 5th Air Force, 301SrG.  Pilot – Paul M. Dana.

208    43-5217

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5217 on September 13, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on September 29.  Later shipped to Calcutta, India.  While based at Sta. 19, Barrackpore, India with the 10th Air Force, it was destroyed in a ground loop accident on February 19, 1944.  Pilot – Leslie P. Holcomb.

209    43-5218

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5218 on September 15, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on September 29.  Later shipped to Calcutta, India.  Later shown as consigned to salvage.

210    43-5219

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5219 on September 20, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification center on September 30.  Later shipped to Calcutta, India.  Later shown as consigned to salvage.

211    43-5220      NC99

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5220 on September 23, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on September 30.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on November 8, 1943 and then to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska.  While with the 11th Air Force, 24BhqS it was damaged in a take off accident at Elmendorf on March 1, 1944.  Pilot – Louis A. Webber.  Later registered to the Civil Aeronautics Administration as NC99.

212    43-5221

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43- 5221 on September 21, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on September 30.  Later shipped to Noumea, New Caledonia Island.  May have been involved in an accident on September 25, 1944.  Shown as condemned on December 5, 1944.

213    43-5222

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5222 on September 27, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center.  Assigned to the Alaska Wing, Edmonton, Alberta on November 4, 1943 but held in Atlanta for further modifications.  Flown to Brownsville, Texas on November 10, 1943 then to Alaska on January 22, 1944.  Returned to the U.S. to Garden City Kansas on February 3, 1946.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Corporation, Cimarron AAF, Texas for disposal as surplus on April 16, 1946.

214    43-5223

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5223 on September 22, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on September 30.  Later ferried to Alaska.  While with the 11th Air Force it was damaged in a take off crash I mile NW of Cape Wooley, Alaska on November 14, 1945.  Pilot – Leon J. Thornton.

215    43-5224    NC79913

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5224 on September 22, 1943and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on September 30.  Later ferried to Ladd Field, Fairbanks, Alaska. May have been used there for winter testing   Later assigned to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska.  Sold as surplus to Wien Alaska Airlines Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska and registered as NC79913. It was badly damaged at Nome, Alaska on September 1, 1954.

216    43-5225

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5225 on September 27, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on October 5.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on November 1, 1943 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Damaged in a take off accident on May 25, 1944 at AAF Sta. 119, Horham, England while based at AAF Stn. 595, Troston, Suffolk with 320FRS, 27ATG.  Pilot – Jenkin N. Stenerson.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

217    43-5226

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5226.  While with the 20th Air Force, Hq, Sqd., 444Bg it was damaged in a ground loop accident in the China-Burma-India theatre on November 28, 1944.  Pilot - Carl J. Branlund.

218    43-5227

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5227.

219    43-5228    NC58408    LV-AAU

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5228.  Sold as war surplus to South American Trading Corporation, New York, NY. and registered as NC58408.  Later sold to Compania Argentina De Aeronavigacion Dodero, Argentina and registered as LV-AAU.  Ferried from DuPont Field, Wilmington, Delaware in late May 1946.  While in transit, it crashed on June 15 at El Chanar, Chile.  Three other aircraft (c/n165, 341 and 798) also went to Argentina at this time.

220    43-5229

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5229 on September 30, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on November 10.  Ferried to Alhambra, California for shipment to Karachi, India.  Destroyed in a ground loop accident at B-6, Piaradoba, India on June 5, 1946 while with the 20th Air Force, 771BS, 462BG.  Pilot – Charles F. Gove.

221    43-5230

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5230 on November 11, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on November 23.  Ferried to Alhambra, California on December 30, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India.

222    43-5231

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5231 on October 14, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on October 22.  Ferried to Alaska via Gore Field, Great  Falls, Montana.  Shown as condemned on July 22, 1945.

223    53-5232

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5232 on October 15, 1943and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on October 18.  Ferried to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska.  While with the 11th Air Force, 400ABS it was destroyed in a crash at Attu Island (Aleutians), Alaska on July 24, 1944.  Pilot Tex W. Logan was killed. 

224    53-5233    NC59893    CF-UUD

Built in 1943 as USAAF No. 43-5233 on October 13, 1943 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana on November 19, 1943.  On March 24, 1944 it was flown to Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ponca City, Oklahoma on November 13, 1945 for disposal as surplus.   Sold as surplus and registered in the U.S. as NC59893 (Owner unknown).  Also reported as having carried U.S. registration NC79027 and/or NC94584 at some time.  Later owned by A.G. Williams, Brownsville, Texas and metalized by him.  The metal Norseman had been developed by C.R. Ursal, San Antonio Texas in 1958.  Imported into Canada and registered to Canadian Voyager Airlines, Fort Frances, Ontario as CF-UUD in 1967.  On November 28, 1968 it was registered to Holiday Airways, Red Lake, Ontario and then on September 16, 1971 to Cambrian Air (1971) Ltd., Selkirk, Manitoba.  Registered to Wings Aviation, Red Lake, Ontario on May 15, 1973.  Registered to Central Air Transport, Sioux Lookout, Ontario on January 21, 1982 (Lease from Kuby’s Aircraft) and then to Kuby’s Aircraft, Kenora, Ontario in 1983.  Next registered to Red Lake Air Service, Red Lake, Ontario in June 1985 and then to Kenora Air Service, Kenora, Ontario on May 27, 1988.  On June 27, 1989 it was registered to Coyote Air Service, Teslin, Yukon and then on June 30, 1993 to Glen Crandall, Ponoka, Alberta.  It’s metal wings were used on CF-OBE (c/n 480) when it was metalized. The aircraft has since been restored by Crandall.

225    43-5234    NC49289    N2839D

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.43-5234 on October 16, 1943 and flown to Buckley AAF, Colorado on October 20.  While based at Buckley it was involved in an accident at Wold Chamberlain Field, Minneapolis, Minnesota on November 17, 1944.  Pilot – T.J. Davis.  Later to Terrell AAF, Texas where it appears to have spent most of it’s time.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on September 24, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold  to P.I. Burkhard, Washington, DC. and registered as NC49289.  Subsequently owned by Moser and Johnson, Texas, and then was re-registered as N2839D to C.R. Montgomery, Nogales, Arizona.  The 1960 FAA register shows the last C of A as having been issued in July 1959.

226    43-5235

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5235 on October 16, 1943.  While based at Tinker Field, Oklahoma it was wrecked at McAlester, Oklahoma on November 19, 1943.  During an emergency landing, the aircraft hit a gully and nosed over on to it’s back.  Pilot Lt. Murry Witherby and three passengers received minor injuries.

227    43-5236    NC28303    VO-ABV    CF-GUN

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5236 on October 15, 1943 and flown to Hill Field, Ogden, Utah on October 19.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 14, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Kansas City Southern Skyways, Kansas City, Missouri and registered as NC28303.  Sold into Newfoundland and registered as VO-ABV.  Bought by Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, BC. On december 15, 1951 and registered as CF-GUN.  Sold to Hall’s Air Service Ltd., Val Dor, Quebec February 12, 1953.  Crashed near Chibougamau, Quebec in the winter of 1953-54.

228    43-5237    N55555

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5237 October 13, 1943 and flown to Brookley AAF, Mobile, Alabama on October 19.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Brookley AAF on November 30, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Later on the civil register as N55555.  It was involved in an accident at Prince George, BC. on April 3, 1981.  No details. Registered to Interior and Arctic AK Aero Found, Fairbanks, Alaska on July 1, 1992.  Now on display in the Alaskaland Pioneer Air Museum, Fairbanks, Alaska.

229    43-5238    NC88777    CF-EZK

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5238 on October 16, 1943.  While based at Robbins Field, Georgia it was involved in an accident at Turner Field, Georgia.  Pilot – Percy O. Benjamin.  Later flown to Venice AAF, Florida where it appears to have spent most of its time.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Poca City, Oklahoma on October 28, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to V.C. Rasmussen, Chicago, Illinois and registered as  NC88777.  Purchased by Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario and registration CF-EZK allotted on December 9, 1952.  Ferried to Kenora on January 5, 1953 and registration activated February 11, 1953.  Registered to Riverton Airways Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba on March 13, 1953 and then to Eco Exploration, Winnipeg, Manitoba on November 29, 1959.  On November 21, 1968 Ontario central Airlines purchased the aircraft for salvage.  Reported as having suffered substantial fire damage. No details. As of April 11, 1959 total time was 4,356 hours.

230    43-5239    N62367

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5239 on October 29, 1943 and flown to La Guardia, NY. On October 31.  Ferried to McClellan Field, Sacramento, California arriving January 15, 1944.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 14, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to K. Starnes, Conway, Arkansas.  Later bought by Wien Alaska Airlines Inc. and shown registered as N62367.  The 1960 FAA register shows the last C of A as having been issued in August 1956.

231    43-5240    N74681    CF-SAP

Built in 1943 as USAAF No.43-5240 on November 4, 1943. Flown to La Guardia, NY. on November 5 and then on January 21, 1944 to Rome Air Depot, Rome, NY.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia on August 19, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold  to J.A. McIntosh, Hazard, Kentucky. Later was registered as N74681 to Messina Flight Club, Messina, NY.  Later owned by Hitt Flying Service Inc. and then by Tri Cities Aircraft, Endicott, NY.  Returned to Canada as CF-SAP.  Registered to Sea Air Pac Ltd., Vancouver, BC .on November 23, 1974.  Registration cancelled on May 30, 1986 while owned by Nunasi-Central Airlines Ltd.  Registered to Nuelton Lake Air Service, Alonsa, Manitoba on July 30, 1986.  Later with Lynn Lake Air Service, Lynn Lake, Manitoba.

232    43-5241    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5241 on October 19, 1943.  Ferried to San Bernardino, California.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ontario, California on November 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to G. McWane, Inglewood, California.

233    43-5242    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5242 on October 30, 1943.  Ferried to Spokane, Washington on Novenber 12, 1943.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Palo Alto, California on December 6, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to W.M. Pearce, Boulder City, Nevada and later re-sold to Alaska Airlines Inc.

234    43-5243    361    CF-INK

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5243 on October 30, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the RCAF as aircraft No. 361 on November 14, 1943. Assigned to W.A.C, Vancouver, BC. and put on loan to North West Staging Route. On April 6, 1944 it was sent for repair and re-doping, returning to W.A.C. on April 17, 1944. Transferred to Patricia Bay, BC. on November 22, 1945. Sent to No. 6 Repair Depot on January 14, 1946 then transferred to No. 1 A.C., Rockcliffe, Ontario on January 21, 1946. Transferred to No. 9 Training Group on July 15, 1946. Transferred June 18, 1947 to Wireless School at No. 6 Repair Depot, but re-routed back to No. 9 Training Group, Rockcliffe, Ontario the next day for complete fabric re-covering. On November 1, 1947 it was involved in an accident and was replaced by aircraft No. 367 (c/n 276) pending repairs. December 20, 1947 it was sent to No. 11 T.S.U. (Canadian Car and Foundry) for repairs, modifications and overhaul. Returned to No. 6 Repair Depot on June 14, 1948 and put in Reserve Storage. Transferred to C.A.C., Greenwood, Nova Scotia on January 15, 1949 to replace aircraft No. 365 (c/n 237). Transferred February 1, 1951 to Maritime Group. On January 24, 1953 it was transferred to No. 7 Wireless School and then on August 17, 1954 sent to Lincoln Park and put in Reserve Storage. Transferred to C.A.C. on November 25, 1955 and sold to Noorduyn Aircraft Ltd., Montreal, Quebec where it was rebuilt and registered to them on May 18, 1956 as CF-INK. . Registered to Georgian Bay Airways Ltd., Parry Sound, Ontario on June 19, 1956. Leased to Parsons Airways Northern, Flin Flon, Manitoba in 1957. Registered to A.L. Gaffray, Pine Falls, Manitoba on November 2, 1965. On July 15, 1970 the aircraft caught fire while on final to Silver Falls, Manitoba. The aircraft was destroyed and the pilot not injured. As of May 17, 1969 total time was 4,395 hours.

235    43-5244    362

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5244 on  October 30, 1943 but transferred via Lend Lease to the RCAF as aircraft No. 362 on November 14, 1943 and assigned to W.A.C., Vancouver, BC. March 3, 1944 it was sent to No. 13 A.I.D. (Coates Ltd.), Vancouver, BC. for doping and conversion to floats then returned on June 8, 1944. On June 27, 1944 it was sent back to Coates Ltd. For replacement of a damaged rear spar, returning to N.W.A.C on August 22, 1944. Transferred February 20, 1945 to No. 2 A.C. for installation of an ME31 Automatic Compass, returning on March 15, 1945. On September 10, 1947 it was sent to No. 10 Repair Depot for repairs per Project 10-15 and returned July 12, 1948 to N.W.A.C., Communications Flight, Edmonton, Alberta. Reported as having been involved in a Category “B” accident at No. 6 Communications Flight, Edmonton on February 10 but no year was noted. On September 21, 1951 it was sent to No. 11 T.S.U. (Canadian Car and Foundry) for wheel alignment. June 23, 1952 it was sent to No. 6 Repair depot and reduced to Spares and Produce.

236    43-4245    363

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5245 on October 30, 1943 but transferred via Lend Lease to the RCAF as aircraft No. 363 on November 14, 1943 and assigned to W.A.C., Vancouver, BC. It was sent for re-doping on April 6, 1944 and returned on April 12. Reported to have been involved in a Category “B” accident but not details given. Sent to No. 22 S.R.D., Sea Island, BC. on March 13, 1945 for survey and recommendation and then to No. 3 Repair Depot on April 30, 1945. Written off on June 28, 1945.

237    43-5246    364

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5246 transferred via Lend Lease to the RCAF as aircraft No. 364 on November 14, 1943 Assigned to W.A.C., Vancouver, BC. Transferred to S.R. MC, Patricia Bay, BC. on November 22, 1945. On May 1, 1946 it was sent to No. 6 Repair Depot. Transferred January 20, 1947 to E.A.C., Greenwood, Nova Scotia and assigned to 101 Communications Flight, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Sent to No. 6 Repair Depot for repairs on January 12, 1949. Transferred October 27, 1949 to N.W.A.C and stationed at Churchill, Manitoba. On January 17, 1950 it was flown to No. 10 Repair Depot for repairs and returned to N.W.A.C., Churchill on January 31, 1950. On May 3, 1951 it was sent to No. 11 T.S.U. (Canadian Car and Foundry) for reconditioning and modifications to the spars. Transferred to No. 5 Repair Depot on June 23, 1953 and reduced to spares and produce.

238    43-5247

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5247 on October 30, 1943 and ferried to Ladd Field (Later Ft. Wainwright), Fairbanks, Alaska.  It was for testing various ski types in early 1944.  Tests were flown mainly by Noorduyn pilot Duncan McLaren and involved skis ranging from 200 – 1000 lbs./sq. ft. loading. Interestingly, McLaren had flown this aircraft on it’s pre-delivery test flight at Noorduyn on October 30, 1943.  Damaged in a ground loop accident at Ladd Field on July 20, 1945.  Pilot – Edwin E. Brenner.

239    43-5248

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5248 on October 30, 1943.  Ferried to Ladd Field, Fairbanks, Alaska and used there for winter tests.

240    43-5249    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5249 on October 30, 1943.  Ferried to Buckley Field, Colorado on November 6, 1943.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on October 18, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Green and Long, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

241    43-5250    NC61321    CF-DRC    N1121B

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5250 on October 30, 1943 and flown to Petersom Field, Colorado Springs, Colorado on November 9.  Reported involved in an accident there on April 26, 1944.  Pilot – Frank K. Kackstetter.  While with the 20th Air Force, 768BS, 462BG, it was damaged in a ground loop take off accident at Sta. 19, Dum Dum, India on June 11, 1944.  Pilot – James V. Lancaster.  While with the same group, it was damaged in a landing accident due to mechanical failure on July 8, 1944.  Pilot – George E. Hair.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Denver, Colorado on August 21, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Aircraft Mechanics Inc., Colorado Springs, Colorado and registered as NC61321.  Later with Transocean Airlines, Oakland, California.  Bought by Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario, registered as CF-DRC on April 6, 1953 and flown to Kenora. Registered to Teal air Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba on September 29, 1958 and then again to Ontario Central on January 16, 1961.  Registered to Fort Frances Airways, Ft. Frances, Ontario on May 17, 1962.  Reported exported to the United States and registered as N1121B on January 23, 1965. Registered to Ray Zitzloff, Wayzata, Minnesota on April 26, 1989 as N1121B.  As of July 1, 1964 total time was 4,533 hours.

242    43-5251    N79909    CF-NJK

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5251 on October 30, 1943.  Flown to Edmonton, Alberta on November 9, 1943 and then to Alaska.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on December 19, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Sold  to Wien Alaska Airlines Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska and registered as N79909.  Later sold to Alaska Airlines Inc., Seattle, Washington.  Imported into Canada in 1961 and registered as CF-NJK to Harry C. Sorenson, Edmonton, Alberta. The 1964 register shows it still registered to Sorenson. Shown registered to Harry Sorenson, Calmar, Alberta on June 17, 1967, possibly for address change.  Registered to Stan Reynolds, Wetaskiwin, Alberta July 27, 1990.

243    43-5252    N60690

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5252 on November 13, 1943.  Ferried to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas arriving November 11.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Camden AAF, South Carolina on October 31, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Alice V.. Germain, Washington, DC. and registered as N60690.

244    43-5253    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5253 on November 16, 1943.  Ferried to Brooklet Field, Mobile, Alabama arriving November 21.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Camden AAF, South Carolina on November 28, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to J.E. Jack, Miami, Florida.

245    43-5254    NC49290    CF-HCG

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5254 on November 16, 1943.  Ferried to the Fairfield Air Depot, Ohio arriving November 18.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on October 22, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Moser and Johnson, Texas and registered as NC49290. Imported into Canada and registered as CF-HCG to Arctic Wings Ltd., Churchill, Manitoba on June 16, 1953. Destroyed at Kaminuriak Lale, NWT. On July 29, 1953. Pilot made a precautionary landing due to engine problems. The windscreen was covered with oil. The aircraft hit a reef, causing the floats to fail. Later destroyed by high winds. No injuries to pilot and four passengers.

246    43-5255    NC58435    CF-GMM     N10412     N8732R     CF-OUJ

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.43-5255 on November 26, 1943.  Ferried to Olmstead AAF, Middletown, Pennsylvania arriving November 29.  Later assigned to Pope Field, North Carolina.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on October 25, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Thor Solberg, Whitehorse, New Jersey and registered as NC58435.  Bought by Austin Airways Ltd., Toronto, Ontario and registered as CF-GMM on September 2, 1949. Operated by Austin until 1959.  Shown registered to G. Rae MacLeod, Montreal, Quebec in 1961.  Registered in the United States as N10412 and then on August 24, 1962 as N8732R.  Registration cancelled on July 28, 1964 and reported registered in Canada as CF-OUJ.

247    43-5256

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5256 on November 16, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on November 17 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later shown as consigned to salvage.

248    43-5257

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5257 on November 16, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment to Australia.  However, it was diverted back to the USAAF and shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe.

249    43-5258     A71-5     VH-ANS     VH-GSE

Delivered to the USAAF No. 43-5258 on November 24, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the Royal Australian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on November 25 for shipment to Australia.  Assigned to No. 1 Communications Unit, Essendon, Vic. and coded as A71-5. In February 1946 it was transferred to the Care and Maintenance Unit, Tocumwal and placed in storage. Sold as war surplus to Gibbes Sepik Airways Ltd., Port Moresby, Papau and registered as VH-ASN on October 19, 1950. In 1961 it was registered as VH-GSE to Ansett-Mandated Airways. In November 1963 it was registered to Pay & Williamson of Scone, NSW and delivered to Bankstown Aerodrome for conversion to agricultural configuration for superspreading. Crashed September 26, 1966 at Armidale, New South Wales.

250    43-5259    A71-6    VH-GSA

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.43-5259 on November 24, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the Royal Australian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on November 25 for shipment to Australia.  Assigned to the No, 1 Communications Unit, Essendon, Vic. And coded as A71-6. Transferred to the Care and Maintenance Unit, Tocumwal in February 1946 and placed in storage. Later sold to Gibbes-Sepik Airways Ltd., Port Moresby, Papau and registered as VH-GSA. Crashed while landing at Mount Hagan, New Guinea following engine failure on October 4, 1956. Aircraft was repaired. Crashed 6 miles north of  Mendi, New Guinea on July 8, 1958.

251    43-5260    A71-7    VH-ASR

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5260 on November 23, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the Royal Australian Air Force. Flown to Newark, New Jersey on November 24 for shipment to Australia.  Assigned to the No. 1 Communications Unit, Essendon and coded as A71-7. Transferred to the Care and Maintenance Unit, Tocumwal in February 1946 and placed in storage. Sold as war surplus to Gibbes-Sepik Airways Ltd., Port Moresby, New Guinea and registered as VH-ASR on May 23, 1951. Crashed at Amele, New Guinea due to engine failure on October 6, 1951. No casualties.

252    43-5261    A71-8    VH-BLM    VH-GSC

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5261on November 23, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the Royal Australian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on November 24 for shipment to Australia.  Assigned to No. 1 Communications Unit, Essendon and coded as A71-8. Transferred to the Care and Maintenance Unit, Tocumwal in 1946 and put in storage.  Sold as war surplus to Gibbes-Sepik Airways Ltd., Port Moresby, Papau and registered as VH-BLM on November 28, 1947.  It ran into a ditch at the end of the landing run at Mendi, New Guinea on February 3, 1955, sustaining some damage.  Repaired and returned to service.  Registered to Mandated Airlines as VH-GSC.  Crashed December 15, 1960 at Kuli, New Guinea with two fatalities.

253    43-5262    CF-CPL    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5262 on November 24, 1943 but diverted to Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered as CF-CPL on March 22, 1944.  Registered to Mont Laurier Aviation Co. Ltd., Roberval, Quebec on June 5, 1947.  On July 25, 1953 it went missing on a flight from Fort Chimo to Roberval, Quebec with a crew of two and five passengers on board.  Search was abandoned twice but eventually found on October 3, 1953 . All survived.  Registered to Boreal Airways Ltd., St. Felicien, Quebec on August 10, 1954.  Destroyed by fire on June 8, 1955.  Sparks blown from a forest fire set the aircraft on fire.

254    43-5263    CF-CPM

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5263 on November 26, 1943 but diverted to Canadian Pacific Airlines as CF-CPM.   While enroute from Seven Islands to Harrington Harbor, Quebec on March 14, 1944 with three persons on board, it was forced down on the St. Lawrence River ice.  It was located theCN254a.jpg (90129 bytes) following day but several days of bad weather prevented rescue.  In the mean time the aircraft was lost to the moving ice.  A USAAF Sikorski R-4 was brought in to attempt one of the first helicopter rescues in Canada.  Before this could be accomplished, the survivors were rescued by an icebreaker.

255    43-5264    CF-CPN

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5264 on November 30, 1943 but diverted to Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered as CF-CPN on March 22, 1944.  Later owned by Mont Laurier Aviation Co. Ltd., Roberval, Quebec.  Registered to Arctic Wings Ltd., Churchill, Manitoba on May 18, 1954.  Re-registered to Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba in 1956 after Central Northern Airways and Arctic Wings merged to become Transair.  Crashed at Bowden Lake, Manitoba on October 20, 1957.

256    43-5265    CF-CPO

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5265 on November 30, 1943 but diverted to Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered as CF-CPO on March 22, 1944.  Registered to Mont Laurier Aviation Co. Ltd., Roberval, Quebec on January 26, 1948.  Registered to Boreal Airways Ltd., St. Felicien, Quebec on September 14, 1954. On February 8, 1957 the propeller struck a gas drum when the pilot turned to avoid a jeep being driven on the taxi way.  The aircraft caught fire and was destroyed.  No injuries.  Location unknown.  Total time 7,257 hours.

257    43-5266

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5266 on November 26, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on November 28 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Destroyed in a landing accident at AAF Sta. 152, Debach, England on June 5, 1944 while based at AAF 595, Troston, Suffolk with 320FRS, 27ATG.  Pilot – Ted M. Freeman.

258    43-5267

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5267 on November 18, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on November 28 and then to Fort Dix, NJ. on January 7, 1944.  Returned to Newark on March 31, 1944 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later shown as consigned to salvage.

259    43-5268    A71-9

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.43-5268 on Novermer 24, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the Royal Australian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on November 25 for shipment to Australia.  Assigned to No. 1 Communications Unit, Essendon, Victoria., on May 9, 1944, and coded as A71-9.  Destroyed by fire on February 2, 1945 at Essendon, Victoria.

260    43-5269

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5269 on November 15, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on November 24 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Shown as condemned on July 30, 1945.

261    43-5270

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5270 on November 27, 1943.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving December 30 for shipment to Karachi, India.  Damaged in a ground loop accident on September 18, 1944 at Sta. 5, Tezpur, India while with the 10th Air Force, HQ Sqd.  Pilot – Harry G. Davis.

262    43-5271

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5271 on November 29, 1943.  Ferried to Long Beach, California, arriving December 15 for shipment to Karachi, India.

263    43-5272

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5272 on November 29, 1943.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving December 14 for shipment to Karachi, India.

264    43-5273

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5273 on November 30, 1943.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving December 8 for shipment to Karachi, India.  While based at Sta. 6, it was damaged in a landing accident at Sta. 5, Tezpur, India on July 25, 1944.  Pilot – Henri G. Carter.

265    43-5274

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5274 on November 30, 1943.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving December 30 for shipment to Karachi, India.  Shown as condemned on March 26, 1945.

266    43-5275

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5275 on November 29, 1943.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 28, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Shown as consigned to salvage on June 7, 1945.

267    43-5276

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5276 on November 30, 1943.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, arriving December 12 and departing January 1, 1944 for Alaska.  Destroyed in a take off accident at Elmendorf Field, Anchorage, Alaska on May 15, 1944 while with 396ABS.  Pilot – Harry B. Dubuque.

268    43-5277    NC59927    F-BECH

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5277 on December 2, 1943. Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, arriving December 9 and and departed for Alaska on January 1, 1944.  Returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Vorporation, Ponca City Oklahoma on October 29, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Lafferty and Klika, San Diego, California and registered as NC59927.  Sold in 1948 to Cie. Indochinoise de Commerce Exterieure, Cie. Laotienne de Commerce et de Transport, Hanoi, Viet Nam and registered as F-BECH.  Caught fire on landing and was destroyed at Ng Hialo on February 27, 1949.

269    43-5278     A71-12      VH-BHG        VH-GSB     VH-RHG        VH-GSG         CF-ISM

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5278 on December 2, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the Royal Australian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 9 for shipment to Australia.  Assigned to No. 1 Communications Unit and coded as A71-12.  In February 1946 it was transferred to the Care and Maintenance Unit, Tocumwal and placed in storage.  Sold as war surplus to Kingsford Smith Airways, Mascot, New South Wales and registered as VH-BHG on November 28, 1947.  Registered to Silver City Airways (Australia) Pty. Ltd., Broken Hill, NSW. Registered to Zinc Corporation Ltd., Broken Hill, NSW.  in February, 1952.  Later operated by Gibbes Sepik Airways in New Guinea with registration VH-GSB.  Used by Robert H. "Bobby" Gibbes as his private aircraft with registration VH-RHG.  In November 1963 it was re-registered as VH-GSG to Pay & Williamson of Scone, NSW and delivered to Bankstown Aerodrome for conversion to agricultural configuration for superspreading.  Sold to Skyservice Aviation Pty,  Camden in November 1968.  It was Modified for water bombing but they failed to obtain Government contracts.  Leased to Air Research Pty. Ltd in 1970 and modified for magnetometer mineral surveys.  Exported to Canada in 1973 and registered as CF-ISM.  Crashed and destroyed June 16, 1978 at Witchai Lake, Manitoba.  In a left turn shortly after takeoff the aircraft stalled and struck the water.  One passenger drowned.  During it’s time in Australia, several unauthorized modifications had been made.  Among these was the shortening of the wing struts with a resulting decrease in wing dihedral.  The resulting instability from this modification was considered to be a contributing factor.

270    43-5279    A71-10    VH-BNL    VH-GSF

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5279 on December 2, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the Royal Australian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 5 for shipment to Australia.  Assigned to No. 5 Communications Unit, Garbutt, North Queensland on August 31, 1944 and coded as A71-10.  Transferred to the Care and Maintenance Unit, Tocumwal in February 1946 and put in storage.  Sold as war surplus to Kingsford Smith Airways Ltd., Mascot, NSW. and registered as VH-BNL on November 28, 1947.  Registered to Gibbes-Sepik Airways, Port Moresby, Papau in June 1950.  Crashed 5 miles SSE of Goroka, New Guinea on July 11, 1950.  It was salvaged, rebuilt and then registered as VH-GSF to Ansett-Mandated Airlines (Formerly Gibbes-Sepik) in 1961.  Bought by Pay & Williamson of Scone, NSW, registered as VH-GSF and modified for superspreading in Bankstown.  In 1970 it was sold to a Camden-based operator. (Skyservice Aviation Pty ?)

271    43-5280    A71-13    VH-BNE    VH-GSD

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5280 on December 6, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the Royal Australian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 9 for shipment to Australia.  Assigned to No. 6 Communications Unit in 1944 and coded as A71-13.  In January 1946 it was transferred to the Care and Maintenance Unit, Tocumwal and put in storage.  Sold as war surplus to Kingsford Smith Airways Ltd., Mascot, NSW. and registered as VH-BNE on November 28, 1947.  Crashed near Lake Kopiago, New Guinea on June 29, 1956.  Was repaired.  Crashed on March 19, 1960 at Lalibu, New Guinea.  Repaired and registered to Mandated Airlines as VH-GSD.  Withdrawn from service in September 1960.

272    43-5281    A71-14    VH-BHF    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5281 on December 4, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the Royal Australian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 9 for shipment to Australia.  Assigned to No. 6 Communications Unit in 1944 and coded as A71-14. In January 1946 it was transferred to the Care and maintenance Unit, Tocumwal and put in storage.  Sold as war surplus to Kingsford Smith Airways Ltd., Mascot, NSW and registered as VH-BHF on November 28, 1947.  Registered to Silver City Airways (Australia) Pty. Ltd., Broken Hill, NSW. In June 1950 and then in February 1952 to Zinc Corporation Ltd., Broken Hill.  Destroyed by fire on September 17, 1952 at Mainoru, NT.

273    43-5282    A71-11    VH-ASS  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5282 on December 13, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the Royal Australian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 15 for shipment to Australia.  Assigned to No. 7 Communications Unit, Pearce, WA. on April 28, 1944 and coded as A71-11.  On August 18, 1944 it was transferred to No.4 Communications Unit, Archerfield, Q., and on December 15, 1944 to No. 3 Communications Unit, Mascot, NSW.  Transferred to the Care and Maintenance Unit, Tocumwal in May 1946 and placed in storage.  Sold as war surplus to Gibbes Sepik Airways, Port Moresby, Papau and registered as VH-ASS on October 19, 1950.  In 1956 it was registered to Carsair, Port Moresby.  Crash-landed and overturned at Roger Strip, 48 miles NW of Port Moresby on October 29, 1956 and suffered substantial damage.  Reported sold to Mandated Airlines in November 1958 and then withdrawn from use at Bankstown, NSW. In 1961. 

274    43-5283    365  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5283 but transferred via Lend Lease to the RCAF as aircraft No. 365 on December 12, 1943.  Assigned to No. 3 Training Command, Montreal, Quebec, where it was used by No. 124 Ferry Squadron.  Involved in a Category “B” accident at Diamond Lake, near Timagami, Ontario on July 19, 1945.  On August 14, 1945 it was sent to No. 6 Repair depot pending disposal, then on August 22 sent to Noorduyn Aviation for repair and overhaul.  Transferred to REMU, Mont Joli, Quebec on March 14, 1946 and then on May 1, 1946 sent to MC 3 Repair Depot.  Transferred to E.A.C., Goose Bay, Labrador on July 22, 1946.  On December 9, 1950 it was sent to No. 11 T.S.U. (Canadian Car and Foundry) for overhaul, then on November 28, 1951 to Maritime Group, Greenwood, Nova Scotia.  Transferred to RCAF Station, Edmonton, Alberta on April 9, 1952.  Involved in a category “A” accident at Whitehorse, Yukon on August 28, 1953.  September 24, 1953 it was struck off record for reduction to spares and produce on site.  “Purchased” noted on record but no evidence to support this.

275    43-5284    366    CF-INL

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5284 on December 14, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the RCAF as aircraft No. 366 on December 24, 1943 and assigned to No. 4 Training Command, Calgary, Alberta.  Transferred on January 1, 1944 to W.A.C (N.W. Staging Route).  On February 19, 1944 it was sent to Edmonton for repairs and returned to W.A.C on March 24, 1944.  Returned to Edmonton for repairs on June 21, 1944 after having been involved in a Category “C” accident.  Returned to N.W.A.C on September 27, 1944.  On September 9, 1946 it was transferred to No. 10 Repair Depot and put in Reserve Storage.  Sent back to N.W.A.C on April 23, 1947.  Transferred April 13, 1948 to A.T.C. (413 Photo Squadron).  On January 20, 1950 it was sent to No. 6 Repair Depot for repairs, overhaul and fabric recovering.  Returned on May 1, 1951 to A.T.C. (408 Squadron).  Transferred to No. 6 Repair Depot for repairs on December 12, 1951 and returned to 408 Squadron on May 3, 1952.  Transferred to Training Command on June 8, 1953 and then to Wireless School on December 16, 1953.  On August 17, 1954 it was transferred to Lincoln Park and put in Reserve Storage.  Sold to Noorduyn Aviation on November 25, 1955.  Sold to Canadian Structural Steel Works in 1956  and registered as CF-INL.  Registered to Brochu Industries Ltd., Montreal, Quebec in 1963.  Crashed in 1964 with three fatalities.  Rebuilt and returned to service.  Damaged at Long Lake, Quebec on May 24, 1968.  During flight at 2500 ft. in turbulence, a loud cracking sound was heard and rudder control was lost.  A difficult landing was made, but with loss of directional control the aircraft ran up on shore and suffered considerable damage.  C of R cancelled on May 27, 1982 with Brochu Industries still shown as owner.  Registered as C-FINL to Cargair, Quebec on May 21, 1983.  Crashed and burned on October 7, 1988.  All on board survived.  Deleted from the register on February 27, 1990.

276    43-5285    367    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5285 on December 9, 1943 but transferred via Lend-Lease to the RCAF on December 24 as aircraft No. 367 and assigned to No. 4 Training Command, Calgary, Alberta.  Transferred to W.A.C. (N.W. Staging Route) on November 2, 1944.  Went to Edmonton on February 19, 1944 for repairs and returned on March 6, 1944.  Transferred to N.W. Air Command on July 3, 1944.  January 3, 1945 it was involved in a Category “C” Accident at Edmonton, Alberta while with No. 6 Communications Flight.  Went to No. 10 Repair Depot on February 17, 1945 for repair and inspection.  On July 12, 1945 it was sent to Noorduyn Aviation for modifications.  On November 27, 1945 it was sent to No 11 T.S.U. (Noorduyn) for installation of airmail pickup equipment which was later removed.  Transferred on March 14, 1946 to Mont Joli, Quebec for Search and Rescue work.  On November 1, 1947 it was sent to Rockcliffe, Ontario to replace aircraft No. 361 (c/n 234) which had been involved in an accident on that day.  Returned and was sent for maintenance on January 6, 1948.  On January 14, 1948 it was sent to No. 9 Training group (412 Comp. Flight) to replace aircraft No. 361 (c/n 234) which was out of service again due to an accident.  On March 6, 1948 it went to No. 6 Repair Depot for installation of a belly tank and then was sent to N.W.A.C (111 K Flight) on April 9, 1948.  On January 2, 1949 it was involved in a Category “A” accident at No 111 K Flight, Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Sent to No. 10 Repair Depot where it was struck off record on January 11, 1949.  Reported as sold to Northern Consolidated Airlines Inc., Anchorage, Alaska.

277    43-5286    368    CF-INM

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.43-5286 on December 9, 1943 but transferred via Lend Lease to the RCAF on December 24 aircraft No. 368.  Assigned to W.A.C., Vancouver, BC. Went to Coates Ltd., Vancouver for repairs on May 12, 1945 and was returned June 21, 1945.  It was sent to S.R. MC Patricia Bay, BC. on November 22, 1945.  Transferred to No. 6 Repair Depot on May 1, 1946 and then on June 19, sent to No. 9 T. Group (403 Photo Squadron), Rockcliffe, Ontario.  On April 1, 1948 transferred to Air Transport Command (413 Photo Squadron).  Sent to No. 6 Repair Depot October 14, 1948 for reconditioning and returned March 2, 1949.  On November 30, 1949 it was sent to No 11 T.S.U. (Canadian Car and Foundry) for overhaul.  Transferred March 27, 1950 to Air Transport Command (408 Squadron).  Transferred to Whitehorse, Yukon on September 15, 1953.  Sent to Lincoln Park on August 17, 1959 and put in Reserve Storage.  Sold as surplus to Noorduyn Norseman Aircraft Ltd., Montreal, Quebec in 1956.  Registered as CF-INM and sold the same year to Hall’s Air Service, Val D’or, Quebec.  Later it was reported as being returned to Noorduyn, possibly as a wreck.  Later with Wheeler Northland Airways.  A photo of it in Wheeler colors shows Mark V cockpit windows which would indicate a re-build by Noorduyn using a Mark V fuselage.

278    43-5287

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5287on December 20, 1943.  Assigned to the Alaska Wing.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, arriving on January 2, 1944.  The aircraft was winterized and departed for Alaska on January 21.  Crashed and burned at Carpenter Lake, NWT. (N61’30 W125’45) on February 27, 1944.  Pilot Willard L. Nodine and passenger died.  It had been involved in salvage operations for a wrecked P-39.

279    43-5288    N53202    VO-ABZ    CF-GUM

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5288 on December 15, 1943.  Assigned to the Alaska Wing.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, arriving on December 21.  It was winterized and departed for Fairbanks, Alaska on Dec 22.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on June 2, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to W.E. Harris, New York, NY. and registered as N53202.  Registered to Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland as VO-ABZ on January 1, 1949.  Later in 1949 it was re-registered as CF-GUM when Newfoundland became a Canadian province.  Sold to Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, BC. on February 20, 1951, ferried to Vancouver and registered to them on May 3, 1952.  Re-registered to Pacific Western Airlines, Vancouver, BC. in 1956 when they bought out Queen Charlotte.  On February 24, 1960 it was registered to Bullock Wings And Rotors, Calgary, Alberta and then on September 17, 1962 to Tom Sydia, Edmonton, Alberta.  On October 15, 1962 the owner reported that the aircraft had been destroyed by fire and was a write off.  Location and details unknown.  As of June 12, 1962 total time was 2,084 hours.

280    43-5289    N18955

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5289 on December 15, 1943.  Assigned to the Alaska Wing.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, arriving December 21.  The aircraft was winterized and departed for Alaska on January 6, 1944.  Sold as surplus to Northern Air Service, Fairbanks, Alaska and registered as N18955.  Later with Northern Consolidated Airlines Inc., Anchorage, Alaska.  Also shown as being registered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma as N18955 at one time.

281    43-5290    CF-FAA    CC-CSD

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5290 on December 12, 1943.  Assigned to the Alaska Wing.  Flown to the Atlanta Modification Center, Arriving December 18.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, arriving January 31, 1944.  The aircraft was winterized and departed for Alaska February 23, 1944.  Involved in an incident in Alaska on February 14, 1945.  No details.  Pilot – Elwyn M. Westal.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on July 25, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Bought  by Eldorado Mining and Refining Ltd. and registered to them as CF-FAA on September 29, 1946.  Sold to United Aviation, Edmonton, Alberta on May 2, 1950.  On March 28, 1951 it was sold, less wings and engine, to Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, BC.  Shipped to Vancouver where it was rebuilt in 1951 – 1953.  Registration allotted to Queen Charlotte Airlines on February 4, 1952 and activated on September 8, 1953. Taken over by Pacific Western Airlines Ltd., Vancouver in 1958 when they bought out Queen Charlotte.  Registered to Uranium Corporation of BC. on May 22, 1958.  Sold into Chile and shipped on November 21, 1960.  Registered there as CC-CSD.  As of April 15, 1960 total time was 3,018 hours.

282    43-5291

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5291 on December 15, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 16 and then to Fort Dix, NJ. on January 6, 1944.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  May have been transferred later to the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on October 14, 1944.  Shown as consigned to salvage on December 10, 1944.

283    43-5292

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5292 on December 15, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 16 and then to Fort Dix, NJ. on January 1, 1944.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  May have been transferred later to the 9th Air Force.  Later shown as consigned to salvage.

284    43-5293

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5293 on December 15, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 24 and then to Fort Dix, NJ. on January 1, 1944.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

285    43-5294

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5294 on December 18, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 23 and then to Fort Dix, NJ. on February 8, 1944.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  While based at AAF 547, Abbotts Ripton with 325FRS, 27ATG it crashed and was destroyed at Barons Park Farm on September 7, 1944.  Pilot James C. Martin died.

286    43-5295

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5295 on December 28, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 29 and then to Fort Dix, NJ. on January 10, 1944.  Sent to New York on April 19, 1944 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

287    43-5296

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5296 on December 28, 1943.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on December 29 and then on January 6, 1944 to Fort Dix, NJ.  Sent to New York on February 12, 1944 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

288    43-5297

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5297 on December 18, 1943.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 3, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Show as consigned to salvage on October 7, 1944.

289    43-5298

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5298 on December 28, 1943.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 11, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Damaged in a ground loop accident on September 16, 1944 at Sta. 13, Kunming, China while with the 14th Air Force, HQ. Sqd..  Pilot – Morris Ethridge.  May have been involved in an accident on September 10, 1945.  Shown as consigned to salvage on November 10, 1945.

290    43-5299

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5299 on December 28, 1943.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 11, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  May have been involved in an accident on December 12, 1944.  Shown as consigned to salvage on February 6, 1945.

291    43-5300

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5300 on December 29, 1943.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 12, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  While with the 20th Air Force, 768BS, 462BG, it was damaged in a ground loop take off accident at Sta. 19, Dum Dum, India on June 11, 1944.  Pilot – James V. Lancaster.  While with the same group, it was damaged in a landing accident due to mechanical failure on July 8, 1944.  Pilot – George E. Hair.  May have been involved in an accident on June 16, 1945.  Shown as consigned to salvage on September 5, 1945.

292    43-5301

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5301 on January 5, 1944.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 19, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Destroyed by fire on December 7, 1945.

293    43-5302

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5302 on January 4, 1944.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 15, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Shown as consigned to salvage on May 17, 1945.

294    43-5303    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5303 on December 29, 1943.  Flown to Peterson AAF, Colorado Springs, Colorado, arriving January 20, 1944.  While based at Gowan Field, Idaho it was involved in an accet at Cascade, Idaho.  Pilot – John H. Rearden.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Albuquerque, New Mexico on February 6, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to L. Mansdorf, Los Angeles, California.

295    43-5304    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5304 on December 29, 1943.  Flown to Peterson AAF, arriving January 20, 1944.  Involved in an accident in New Mexico on September 18, 1944.  Pilot – Thomas F. Kozul.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Denver, Colorado on February 27, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to L. Mansdorf, Los Angeles, California.

296    43-5305

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5305 on January 1, 1944.  Flown to Peterson AAF, Colorado Springs, Colorado, arriving January 21, 1944.  Later served in Alaska.  Reported involved in an accident at Lake Hood, Alaska.  No date or details.

297    43-5306    NC50188

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5306 on January 5, 1944 and flown to Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, arriving January 12.   Appears to have stayed at Tinker until assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on June 18, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to R.K. Newcomb, Watertown, North Dakota and registered as NC50188.

298    43-5307

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5307 on January 5, 1944.  Flown to Miami, Florida, arriving January 27.

299    43-5308    NC62756

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5308 on January 5, 1944.  Assigned to Olmstead AAF, Pennsylvania.  While stationed at Chatham AAF, Alabama it was involved in an accident in Georgia.  Pilot – Harold N. Neal Jr.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on December 20, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to  K. Starnes, Conway,  Arkansas and registered as NC62756.

300    43-5309    NC60689    CF-GUQ    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5309 on December 31, 1944.  Flown to Hill Field, Ogden, Utah, arriving January 11.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Camden AAF, South Carolia on December 11, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to E.G. Germain, Washington, DC.  Later with Morrison Flying Service, Helena, Montana.  Bought from Morrison’s by Lamb Airways, The Pas, Manitoba for $4800 and registered as CF-GUQ January 17, 1951.  Crashed and burned on take-off at Lamb’s Grace Lake Base (The Pas) in 1957.  Pilot Jack Lamb suffered injuries and burns.  

301    43-5310   

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5310 on January 5, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving January 8.  Sent to New York on February 14, 1944 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  While based at AAF 590, Burtonwood, Lancashire with BAD1 it was damaged in a take off accident.  Aircraft shown as “Parked” so it is assumed that it was struck by another aircraft on take off.

302    43-5311

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5311 on December 29, 1943 and Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on January 3, 1944.  Sent to New York for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe on February 17.  Consigned to salvage on December 20, 1945.

303    43-5312

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5312 on January 5, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on January 8.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Consigned to salvage on April 18, 1946.

304    43-5313

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5313 on January 7, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on January 8.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  While with the 311FRS, 27ATG it was damaged in a forced landing at Prestwick, Scotland.  Pilot – Hubert L. Bull.  Later with 320 Transport Squadron in Europe.  Crashed and burned on December 3, 1944 while on approach to Le Bourget Airport, Paris.  In low cloud, drizzle and fog the aircraft hit a wooded hill near the village on Montge, France.  Pilot Richard A. Gasperoni and engineer Robert Hadley died.

305    43-5314

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5314 on January 7, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on January 8.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

306    43-5315

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5315 on January 7, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on January 8.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

307    43-5316

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5316 on January 7, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on January 8.  Sent to New York on February 14 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later consigned to salvage.

308    43-5317

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5317 on January 7, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on January 8.  Sent to New York on February 12 for Shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Consigned to salvage on March 15, 1945.

309   43-5318

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5318 on January 8, 1944.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 17 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  May have served in China.  May have been involved in an accident on October 31, 1944.  Condemned on December 4, 1944.

310    43-5319

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5319 on January 8, 1944.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 16 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  May have served in China.  May have been involved in an accident on October 29, 1944.  Condemned on December 4, 1944.

311    43-5320

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5320 on January 13, 1944.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 23 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Condemned on June 3, 1945.

312    43-5321

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No, 43-5321 on January 10, 1944.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 16 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Served with the 10th Air Force.  While with 443TCG it was damaged in a ground loop accident at Ledo, India on March 14, 1945.  Condemned on March 19, 1945.

313    43-5322

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No, 43-5322 on January 17, 1944.  Ferried to Alhambra, California, arriving January 28 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Damaged in a take off accident at Yunnanyi, China on August 16, 1944.  Pilot – Buddy B. Curry.

314    43-5323

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5323 on January 10, 1944.  Flown to Peterson AAF, Colorado Springs, Colorado, arriving January 22.

315    43-5324

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5324.

316    43-5325

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5325 on January 26, 1944.  Flown to Peterson AAF, Colorado Springs, Colorado, arriving February 13.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Albuquerque, New Mexico on October 1, 1945 for disposal as surplus.

317    43-5326

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No, 43-5326 on January 18, 1944.  Flown to Peterson AAF, Colorado Springs, Colorado, arriving February 7.  While based at Alliance AAF, Nebraska it was involved in an incident in Nebraska on January 26, 1945.  No details.  Pilot – Edric J. Comeaux.

318    43-5327

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5327 on January 21, 1944.  Assigned to the Alaska Wing.  Flown to Edmonton, Alberta, arriving on February 14 and later flown to Alaska.  May have crashed on February 24, 1944.

319    43-5328    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5328 on January 19, 1944.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, arriving January 26.  The aircraft was winterized and flown to Fairbanks, Alaska, arriving on February 2.  Layer returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on June 2, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to J.C. Cheney, Yakima, Washington.

320    43-5329

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5329 on January 22, 1944.  Assigned to the Alaska Wing.  Flown to Alaska via Great Falls, Montana and Edmonton, Alberta.  Destroyed in a take off accident at Koyuk, Alaska on March 22, 1944 while with the 11th Air Force.  Pilot – Stephen E. Wall.

321    43-5330    NC65616    CF-GHY

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5330 on January 21, 1944 and flown to Brookley Field, Mobile, Alabama, arriving January 30.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on June 26, 1946 for disposal as surplus. Sold to Skylanes Express Inc., Macon, Georgia and registered as NC65616.  Bought by Sky Service Corp., Evansville, Indiana with crash damage.  Was repaired and put into service.  Registered to T.S. Douglas (Muskoka Air Trails), Muskoka, Ontario on May 5, 1948.  Operated by Quinte Skyways Ltd. beginning May 24, 1949.  Located to Yellowknife, NWT on July 3, 1949 and operated by T.S. Douglas for Yellow knife Airways.  Crashed and burned north of Yellowknife on July 4, 1949 when it hit a rock on take off.  Pilot and two passengers on board.  Minor injuries to passengers.

322    43-5331    YN-xxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5331 on January 21, 1944 and flown to Warner Robins Field, Georgia, arriving January 29.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on July 18, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Jenemie Angel Inc., Colonial Dambsch, Managua, Nicaragua.

323    43-5332    NC56781    XB-KEY    N4633V

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5332 on January 26, 1944.  Flown to McLellan Field, Sacramento, California, arriving February 5.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ontario, California on November 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold  to J. Von Ronkel, Los Angeles, California and registered as NC56781.  Registered to Jose P. Geofrey on October 2 1948.  Registration cancelled on December 2,1948.  The aircraft was exported to Mexico where it was registered as XB-KEY.  Returned to the U.S. and registered as N4633V on November 20, 1951.

324    43-5333    NC51491    CF-ENB

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5333 on January 22, 1944.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving January 28.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on November 6, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to North Aviation Co., White Bear Lake, Minnesota and registered as NC51491. Imported into Canada in 1952 and registered as CF-ENB to Central Northern Airways Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba on May 15 1953.  Re-registered to Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba in 1956.  (Central Northern and Arctic Wings merged in 1956 to become Transair.)  Registered to Northland Airlines, Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1968 and then in 1969 to Courier Trading and Enterprises, Winnipeg.  Next registered to Ilford-Riverton Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1970 and then to D.G. Belluz and D.S. Paterson (Gayle Air), Winnipeg on January 26, 1971.  On September 19, 1974 it was registered to J.W. Hostetler, Red Lake, Ontario and on July 11, 1975 to Wings Aviation, Red Lake.  Again registered to J.W. Hostetler in 1976.  Registered to Willie Pruden and Wendell Umble, Lac La Biche, Alberta on September 3, 1980 and then again to Ilford-Riverton Airways, Winnipeg on July 8, 1982.  December 1984 registered to Northland Outdoors, Winnipeg, Manitoba and then on May 29, 1986 to Northland Air Manitoba, Winnipeg . Registered to Grass River Lodge, The Pas, Manitoba on June 16, 1993.

325     43-5334     NC48993     CF-GTN     N2038L

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5334 on January 21, 1944.  Flown to Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, arriving March 12, 1944.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 9, 1945 for disposal as surplus.   On the United States civil register at one time as NC48993.  Bought by The Pas Airways Ltd., The Pas, Manitoba and registered to them as CF-GTN on August 25, 1950.  Damaged at one time when it broke through ice and was sold to E.R Myers in damaged condition.  Registered to E.R. Myers (Rusty Myers Flying Service) , Fort Frances, Ontario on April 10, 1953.  Re-registered to Rusty Myers Flying Service, Fort Frances in 1957.  Registered to Stan’s Flying Service, Ear Falls, Ontario on July 19, 1971 and then on August 8, 1974 to Parsons Airways, Kenora, Ontario.  On May 4, 1976 it was registered to Neil C. Walsten, Kenora, Ontario and then on May 10 back to Parsons Airways.  In 1978 it was again registered to Neil Walsten.  Registered to Ilford-Riverton Airways (Lease from D.W. Graham), Winnipeg, Manitoba on July 8, 1980 and then to Walsten Air Service (Lease from D.W. Graham), Kenora, Ontario.  Registered to Ontario Central Airlines (Lease from D.W. Graham), Kenora Ontario on December 30, 1980 and then to Bearskin Lake Air Service (Lease from D.W. Graham), Sioux Lookout, Ontario on July 20, 1982.  Registered to Cross Lake Air Service, Wabowden, Manitoba in 1982 and then to Walsten Air Service, Kenora in 1983.  Crashed in trees after engine failure near Round Lake, Ontario on June 24, 1983.  Pilot had selected an empty fuel tank.  Salvaged by Don Graham in 1984.  Registered to Silver Wings Leasing (Don Graham), Sioux Lookout, Ontario on May 16, 1989.  Registered to Norman Otto and George Allen of Sioux Lookout, Ontario on July 24, 1989.  Registered to Wayne Alsworth,  Soldatna, Arkansas on November 28, 2001 as N2038L.

326    43-5335    369    CF-ILH

ADelivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5334 on January 21, 1944.  Flown to Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, arriving March 12, 1944.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 9, 1945 for disposal as surplus.   On the United States civil register at one time as NC48993.  Bought by The Pas Airways Ltd., The Pas, Manitoba and registered to them as CF-GTN on August 25, 1950.  Damaged at one time when it broke through ice and was sold to E.R Myers in damaged condition.  Registered to E.R. Myers (Rusty Myers Flying Service) , Fort Frances, Ontario on April 10, 1953.  Re-registered to Rusty Myers Flying Service, Fort Frances in 1957.  Registered to Stan’s Flying Service, Ear Falls, Ontario on July 19, 1971 and then on August 8, 1974 to Parsons Airways, Kenora, Ontario.  On May 4, 1976 it was registered to Neil C. Walsten, Kenora, Ontario and then on May 10 back to Parsons Airways.  In 1978 it was again registered to Neil Walsten.  Registered to Ilford-Riverton Airways (Lease from D.W. Graham), Winnipeg, Manitoba on July 8, 1980 and then to Walsten Air Service (Lease from D.W. Graham), Kenora, Ontario.  Registered to Ontario Central Airlines (Lease from D.W. Graham), Kenora Ontario on December 30, 1980 and then to Bearskin Lake Air Service (Lease from D.W. Graham), Sioux Lookout, Ontario on July 20, 1982.  Registered to Cross Lake Air Service, Wabowden, Manitoba in 1982 and then to Walsten Air Service, Kenora in 1983.  Crashed in trees after engine failure near Round Lake, Ontario on June 24, 1983.  Pilot had selected an empty fuel tank.  Salvaged by Don Graham in 1984.  Registered to Silver Wings Leasing (Don Graham), Sioux Lookout, Ontario on May 16, 1989.  Registered to Norman Otto and George Allen of Sioux Lookout, Ontario on July 24, 1989.  Registered to Wayne Alsworth,  Soldatna, Arkansas on November 28, 2001 as N2038L.  

327    43-5336    370    R-AP    LN-BVD    LN-BFU

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5336 on January 25, 1944 but transferred via Lend Lease  to the RCAF and delivered March 8,1944 as aircraft No. 370. Assigned to E.A.C. Halifax, Nova Scotia and put in Reserve Storage. Went into service with E.A.C., Halifax on February 18, 1946 and served until July 18, 1946 when it was sent to MC No. 6 RD and again put in Reserve Storage. On May 2, 1949 it was transferred to N.W.A.C. (123 S.R., Vancouver, BC.). On April 15, 1950 it was flown to W.R. No. 10 Repair Depot for repairs and fabric recovering then returned to Sea Island. On July 11, 1951 it was transferred to WRTC, Winnipeg, Manitoba. On April 21, 1957 it went to WR 25 AMB (Canadian Pacific Airlines) for repairs and corrosion removal. Transferred June 23, 1952 to T.C. (No. 111 C & R Flight).  It was involved in a Category accident at Winnipeg, Manitoba on September 8, 1952. On September 20, 1952 it was sent to Calgary, Alberta and then on December 8, 1953 sent to No. 12 T.S.U. (DeHavilland) for repairs. It was transferred via Lend Lease on  April 23, 1953 to the Royal Norwegian Air Force and coded R-AP. May have been stationed at Skattor AFB, Tromso on floats as an ambulance aircraft. Placed on loan to Wideroes with civil registration LN-BVD, C of A No. 367 and Reg. No. 339. Damaged at Narvik in 1955 and the wreck was purchased by Wideroes who rebuilt it and re-registered it as LN-BFU with C of A No.388 and Reg. No. 360. Written off in a crash at Alta on August 18, 1964 and cancelled from the register on October 19, 1967.

328    43-5337    NC53213    VO-ACB    CF-GRQ

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5337 on January 29, 1944.  Flown to Muro Lake, California, arriving February 10.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on April 25, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to W.E. Harris, New York, NY. and registered as NC53213. Next owned by Traylor Aviation Co., Washington, DC. Exported to Canada on December 17, 1948 and registered to Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland as VO-ACB on January 1, 1949. Re-registered as CF-GRQ December 15, 1949 after Newfoundland became a Canadian province. Sold to Queen Charlotte Airlines Ltd., Vancouver, BC. in December 1950 and registered to them on February 26, 1951. Disappeared on a flight from Muchalat Arm (Zeballos) to Tofino, BC. on August 4, 1951 with the pilot and six passengers on board and was never found. Assumed to have crashed at sea.

329    43-5338

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5338 on January 29, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on January 31.  Sent to New York on February 17 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.

330    43-5339

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5339 on January 29, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on January 31.  Sent to New York on February 15, 1944 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  While based at Sta. A-81 with 315ATS, 1ATG it was damaged in a take off accident at A-65, Chantilly, France on October 8, 1944.  Pilot – Roy L. Stromberg.  Consigned to salvage on November 14, 1944.

331    43-5340

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5340 on January 27, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on January 31.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  With 310th Ferrying Squadron in UK. On August 14, 1944 it was transporting seven ferry pilots from Speke, UK. to Warton, UK. On landing at Warton in an 8 mph cross-wind, it veered left off the runway and collided with a parked P-47. Extensive damage to both aircraft but no injuries. Pilot – James R. Peele.  Consigned to salvage on October 29, 1944.

332    43-5341

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 435341 on February 4, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on February 6.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe. Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

333    43-5342

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5342 on February 1, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on February 4.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  At one time served on the Holland – Belgium coast.  May have been involved in an accident on January 29, Condemned on February 27, 1947.  May have been salvaged on May 1, 1947.

334    43-5343

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No, 43-5343 on February 1, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  On September 20, 1944 a Split-S maneuver was attempted resulting in considerable damage.  A large amount of fabric was ripped from the wing tops, the top of the rudder was bent at 90 degrees and the fuselage twisted but the aircraft was landed safely.  Consigned to salvage on October 29, 1944.

335    43-5344

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5344 on February 1, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on February 2.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Consigned to salvage on July 13, 1944.

336    43-5345

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5345 on February 2, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on February 4.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later assigned to the 9th Air Force. 

337    43-5346

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5346 on February 2, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on February 4.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later assigned to the 9th Air Force.  Later at Le bourget, France.  May have been involved in an accident on November 19, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on January 2, 1946.

338    43-5347

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5347 on February 2, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey.  Sent to New York on February 12 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  With USAAF Service Command in England in 1944.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

339    43-5348     LV-NQD     LV-AGU

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5348 on February 3, 1944.  Ferried to Hill Field, Ogden Utah, arriving March 11, 1944.  On April 5, 1944 it was involved in an accident at Riverton Wyoming.  Pilot – John L. Dillon.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on November 6, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Registered in Argentina as LV-NQD on November 23, 1948.  Re-registered as LV-AGU on July 30, 1964.

340    43-5349    N61854    CF-FOX

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5349 on February 3, 1944.  Ferried to Hill Field, Ogden Utah, arriving February 15.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on January 6, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to D.J. King, Minneapolis, Minnesota and registered as N61854. Bought by Muskoka Air Trails Ltd., Huntsville, Ontario and registered as CF-FOX on June 23, 1947. On February 24, 1950 it was registered to Hollinger-Ungava Air Transport Ltd., Montreal, Quebec and then to Lemoyne Exploration Ltd., Toronto, Ontario on February 24, 1955. Next registered to Assembly Mines Ltd., Toronto, Ontario in 1959. C of R expired on January 14, 1962. Registered to St. Felicien Air Service, St. Felicien, Quebec in 1971.  Damaged in a nose-over accident while with St. Felicien.   Registered  to Ilford-Riverton Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1977. In 1983 it was registered to Island Air, Winnipeg, Manitoba.  A sale was reported in 1983 but no buyer named. C of A expired on July 13, 1984. Registered to Bearskin Lake Air Service, Sioux Lookout, Ontario in June 1986 and then on February 29, 1988 to Silver Wings Leasing, Sioux Lookout, Ontario. On July 24, 1989 it was registered to Icarus Aviation Inc., Sioux Lookout, Ontario and then on September 21, 1989 to Otto-Allen Air Ltd., Sioux Lookout.  Again registered to Icarus Aviation on August 22, 1990. Registered to Rand Air Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta on March 12, 1993. Aircraft flown to Selkirk, Manitoba on floats, changed over to wheels and flown to Edmonton. Reported damaged in Edmonton when a forklift was backed into it. Owner reported the aircraft would be repaired. Registered to Randy Daoust, Edmonton on November 21, 1993.

341    43-5350    NC58406    LV-AAY

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5350 on February 3, 1944.  Ferried to San Bernardino, California, arriving February 11.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 12, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to South American Trading Corporation, New York, NY. and registered as NC58406.  Later sold to Compania Argentina De Aeronavigation Dodero, Argentina and registered as LV-AAY.  Ferried fron Dupont Field, Wilmington, Delaware to Buenos Airies in late May 1946.  Three other aircraft (c/n 165, 219 and 798) also went to Argentina at this time.

342    43-5351    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5351 on February 3, 1944.  Assigned to Long Beach, California for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Re-assigned to San Bernardino, California.  Ferried to San Bernardino, arriving February 27.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ontario, California on January 27, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to R.R. Bording, Long Beach, California.

343    43-5352    NC55803     XB-SID

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5352 on January 31, 1944.  Assigned to Long Beach, California for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Re-assigned to Miami, Florida.  Ferried to Miami, arriving February 10.  Subsequently assigned to Olmstead Field, Middletown, Pennsylvania.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Robins AFB on August 21, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to J.R. Fortune, Griffin, Georgia and registered as NC55803 on February 3, 1944.  Sold to Amado Arroyo Fraudemberg, Mexico and registered as XB-SID

344    43-5353    N63131

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5353 on February 10, 1944.  Flown to Muroc Lake, California, arriving February 26.  Sold as war surplus to Island Airways, Seattle, Washington. The 1960 FAA register shows it owned by Alaska Airlines Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska as N63131 with the last C of A having been issued in April 1953.

345    43-5354    N60915    CF-IHP

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5354 on February 10, 1944.  Ferried to Drew Field, Tampa, Florida, arriving February 17.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia on August 15, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to C.H. Babb, Glendale, California. Later registered to Monongahela and Ohio Coal Co., Cleveland, Ohio as N60915 with last C of A issued in May 1955. Bought by Wheeler Airlines Ltd., St. Jovite, Quebec and registered as CF- IHP in 1956. The aircraft went missing July 8, 1956 on a flight from Fox Harbor to Goose Bay, Labrador.

346    43-5355    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5355 on February 11, 1944.  Ferried to Drew Field, Tampa, Florida, arriving February 17.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia on August 21, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to J.P. Mill, Nassau, NY.

347    43-5356    NC40689    YV-xxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5356 on February 14, 1944.   Damaged in a take off accident on it’s ferry flight from the factory at Cartierville, Quebec on February 14, 1944.  Pilot – Margaret E. McCormick.  Repaired and returned to service.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ponca City, Oklahoma on November 15, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to Plunkett and Weicks, Campbell, Virginia and registered as NC40689. Bought by Enredico Inc., Santa Barbra, Venezuela.

348    43-5357    NC88760    CF-HQD

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5357 on February 14, 1944.  Flown to Bolling Field, Washington, DC., arriving February 19.  Ferried to Alaska via Edmonton, Alberta, arriving Edmonton on May 17, 1944.  Returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on November 15, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold as war surplus to J.G. Ross, White Bear Lake, Minnesota and registered as NC88760. Sold to Rainy Lake Air Services Ltd., Fort Frances, Ontario and registered as CF-HQD on July 19, 1954. Registered to W.C. Plummer, Flin Flon, Manitoba on September 2, 1954 and then to Chukuni Airways Ltd., Kenora, Ontario in 1958. Registered to Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario in 1960 and the 1964 register shows it still there at that time. Damaged in an accident at Lac Seul, Quebec on February 21, 1968. The aircraft nosed over on landing when the skis broke through crusted snow. Later with Slate Falls Airways. Reported as having been grounded in 1981 and C of A cancelled on May 27, 1982 while owned by Slate Falls. Registered as C-FHQD to Aircraft Technical Services Ltd. On February 21, 1983. Also reported as having been stripped for parts at Kakabeka Falls, Ontario.  Fuselage reported bought by John Knutson for use in rebuilding CF-OBG (N29-1).

349    43-5358

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5358 on February 14, 1944.  Flown to Bolling Field, Washington, DC., arriving February 15.  Ferried to Alaska via Edmonton, Alberta, arriving Edmonton on May 18, 1944.  Returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ontario, California on November 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.

350    43-5359

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5359 on February 21, 1944.  Ferried to Long Beach, California, arriving April 5, 1944.  Sent to Alhambra, California on May 16 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Served with the 10th Air Force.  While with 166LSC, 1ACG it was damaged in a take off accident at Ledo, India on March 17, 1945.  Pilot – Frank N. Davis.

351    43-5360

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5360 on February 21, 1944. Flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on February 24.  Ferried to Long Beach, California, arriving April 3, 1944.  Sent to Alhambra, California on May 16 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Consigned to salvage on June 20, 1945.

352    43-5361

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5361 on February 21, 1944 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on March 1.  Ferried to Long Beach, California, arriving April 6, 1944.  Sent to Alhambra, California on May 16 for shipment to Calcutta, India.

353    43-5362

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5362 on February 21, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey the same day.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  May have been involved in an accident on November 4, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on January 4, 1945.

354     43-5363

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5363 on February 21, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix on February 25.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later transferred to the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on December 20, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on February 19, 1946.

355    43-5364

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5364 on February 21, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on February 25.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later transferred to the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on March 9, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on April 18, 1946.

356    43-5365

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5365 on February 21, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on February 25.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later transferred to the 9th Air Force.  While based at AAF 519, Grove, Berkshire with 314 TpS, 31TpGit hit a hill in flight at Gunnislake, Devon, UK on June 11, 1944.  It was destroyed and burned.  Pilot – David R. Hughes.

357    43-5366

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5366 on February 21, 1944 and Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on February 25.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  May have been involved in an accident on February 23, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on March 27, 1945.

358    43-5367

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5367 on February 21, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on March 1.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Condemned on December 26, 1944.

359    43-5368

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5368 on February 26, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on March 1.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe. Reported involved in an accident at Booker Field, UK. on July 21, 1944. No details. Pilot – Earl K. Stamey.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

360    43-5369

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5369 on February 26, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on March 1.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Transferred to the 9th Air Force.  While based at AAF 472, Sunninghill Park, Berkshire with 326FRS it was damaged in a landing accident there on August 1, 1944.  Pilot – George McKellar.

361    43-5370

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5370 on February 26, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on March 1.  Sent to New York on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Consigned to salvage on November 21, 1944.

362    43-5371

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5371 on February 26, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey on March 1.  Sent to New York on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Assigned to the 9th Air Force.  Consigned to salvage on August 6, 1944.

363    43-5372

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5372 on February 21, 1944.  Flown to Wellston AAF, Georgia, arriving March 3.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Camden, South Carolina on November 14, 1945 for disposal as surplus.

364    43-5373    CF-FQI   

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5373 on February 29, 1944 and flown to the Rome Air Depot, New York, arriving March 4.   While based at Venice AAF, Florida it was involved in an accident in Georgia on July 31, 1944.  Pilot – Maurice J. Dunkerly.    Later imported into Canada and registered to Northern Wings Co. Ltd., Levis, Quebec on August 25, 1952 as CF-FQI. Missing from the Canadian civil register from 1955 to 1958. In 1959 it was registered to H.P. Boudreau, Sept Iles, Quebec. In 1961 it was registered to Valmond Blanchette etal and then in 1963 to Sept Iles Air Service, Sept Iles, Quebec. Registered to Quebec Labrador Airways, Sept Iles in 1964 and then on March 1, 1966 to Wheeler Northland Airways, St. Jean, Quebec. Registered to La Riviere Air Service, Schefferville, Quebec on August 31, 1967. Ownership changed to Airgava Ltd., Schefferville in 1976. C of A had expired on September 1, 1974 and not renewed until April 18, 1980 when it was registered to Jacques Fleury and L. Carignan, Warwick, Quebec. On May 24, 1980, after takeoff from Victoriaville, Quebec with ten parachutists on board, the engine failed climbing through 8,500 feet. The parachutists exited the aircraft and the pilot attempted a forced landing on a paved runway. Aircraft landed half way down the runway, hard brake was applied and the aircraft overturned causing substantial damage. The aircraft was rebuilt to Mark V standards by Gordon Hughes, Ignace, Ontario. In March 1992 it was offered for sale as a Mark V on Edo 7170 floats for $175,000. Registered to 2633-3898 Quebec Inc. (Vincent Coriville), Montreal, Quebec. Registered to Viking Outpost Cabins Ltd., Red Lake, Ontario on May 14, 1993.                        

365    43-5374    NC88719    CF-GLI

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5374 on February 29, 1944 and flown to Middleton, Pennsylvania, arriving March 7.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia on August 20, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to Aero Service, Los Angeles, California and registered as NC88719. Bought from a G. Hussey by Queen Charlotte Airlines Ltd., Vancouver, BC. and registered as CF-GLI on September 20, 1951. Registered to E.R. Dale, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario on April 24, 1953. The1964 register shows it owned by Air Dale Ltd., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Registered to Chapleau Air Services, Chapleau, Ontario on December 5, 1982 and then cancelled from the register on December 3, 1985 while still owned by them. Subsequently owned by Kyro’s (Abany River) Airways until registration cancelled May 28, 1990. Owned by Mid Canada Sky Services Ltd. until registration cancelled July 22, 1992 and then by Sky-North Ltd. until registration cancelled March 4, 1993. Registered to Red Lake Airways (1987) Ltd. until June 21, 1994 when it was registered to Gogal Air Service, Snow Lake, Manitoba.

366    43-5375

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5375 on February 29, 1944.  Flown to Spokane, Washington, arriving March 14.

367    43-5376    NC63742    ????    N47801    CF-KAS

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5376 on March 1, 1944 and flown to Venice AAF on March 9.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia on September 15, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Walker Airways, Detroit, Michigan and registered as NC 63742.  Reported as having gone to South America in 1946 and returning to the U.S. civil register as N47801 in 1973.  Imported to Canada and registered to G. Maryk and A. Ganchow (Tall Timber Lodge), Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba on September 30, 1981.  Re-registered to George Maryk Etal, Lac du Bonnet in October 1987.  Sale reported in November 1987 but no details given.  Registered to Kyro’s (Albany River) Airways, Geraldton, Ontario on March 25, 1988 and then on April 30, 1990 to Dominion Airlines Inc., Geraldton.  Registered to W.A. Ferring, Armstrong, Ontario on August 27, 1990.  Sale reported in May 1992 but no details given.  Registered to Michael Wiktowy, Thunder Bay, Ontario on July 22, 1992.  Reported as having suffered substantial damage when a float fitting failed while operating in British Columbia’s Gulf Islands.  No details.  Bought by Gerald Arnold, St. Albert, Alberta on July 25, 1995.

368    43-5377    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5377 on March 1, 1944 and flown to Punta Gorda AAF, Florida, arriving March 4.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Georgia Airlines, Richmond, Georgia.

369    43-5378    NC53208

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5378 on March 1, 1944 and flown to Harris Neck AAF, Georgia, arriving March 13.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 20, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to A. Almosling, Washington, DC. and registered as NC53208. Later sold to Wien Alaska Airlines, Fairbanks, Alaska.

370    43-5379

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5379 on March 1, 1944 and flown to Middletown, Pennsylvania, arriving March 11.  Assigned to the Aeronca Aircraft Corporation for 180 days of engine study.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on November 16, 1945 for disposal as surplus.

371    43-5380    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5380 on March 3, 1944 and flown to Wright Field, arriving March 11.  Assigned to the Medical Lab. For 60 days of tests.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ponca City, Oklahoma on October 27, 1945 for Disposal as surplus. Sold to Wood, Hester and Robbins Air Express, Cameron Texas.

372    43-5381

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5381 on March 3, 1944 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center, arriving March 13.  Ferried to Long Beach, California, arriving April 5.  Sent to Alhambra, California on May 16 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  May have been involved in an accident on June 20, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on September 5, 1945.

373    43-5382

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5382 on March 3, 1944 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center, arriving March 11.  Ferried to Long Beach, California, arriving April 19.  Sent to Alhambra, California on May 16, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  May have been involved in an accident on January 21, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on March 20, 1945.

374    43-5383

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5383 on March 3, 1944 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center, arriving March 14.  Ferried to Long Beach, California, arriving May 4.  Shipped to Calcutta, India on July 31, 1944.  Served with the 10th Air Foc.  While with 164LSC, 1ACG it was damaged in a landing accident at Paleik, Burma on March 22, 1945.  Pilot – Elbert E. Davis.  Consigned to salvage on July 3, 1945.

375    43-5384

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5385 on March 12, 1944 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center on March 15.  Ferried to Long Beach, California, arriving April 18.  Went to Dallas, Texas and Phoenix, Arizona then returned to Long Beach.  Sent to Alhambra, California on May 16 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  May have been involved in an accident on November 7, 1944.  Condemned on January 7, 1945.

376    43-5385

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5385 on March 12, 1944 and flown to the Atlanta Modification Center, arriving March 15.  Ferried to Long Beach, California, arriving April 29.  Sent to Alhambra, California on May 16, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India.  Consigned to salvage on June 20, 1945.

377    43-5386    FZ441    2495

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5386 on March 29,1944 but transferred via Lend Lease to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2495.  Assigned to No. 1 Training Command (B.C.T.P.), Toronto, Ontario. Transferred to E.A.C. on November 9, 1944. Sent to RCAF Station, Scoudouc, New Brunswick on June 15, 1945 for float installation then on July 17, 145 diverted to Moncton for the installation. Was put in storage on September 17, 1945. It was assigned to No. 1 A.C. (9T Group) on November 6, 1945 for Exercise Musk Ox and then transferred May 8, 1946 to 9 T Group, Rockcliffe, Ontario. Sent to WR No. 6 Repair Depot on November 1, 1947. Transferred on April 22, 1948 to A.T.C. (413 Photo Squadron) and had complete fabric recovering. On April 17, 1950 it was sent to WR No. 6 Repair Depot for re-doping of fabric. Transferred May 10, 1950 to No. 11 T.S.U. (Canadian Car and Foundry) for a door installation and then returned to A.T.C. (413 Squadron). On April 23, 1951 it went to WR No 6 Repair Depot then transferred to Rockcliffe, Ontario on May 10, 1951. Went back to WR No. 6 Repair Depot on June 18, 1951 and then on July 27, 1951 to No. 11 T.S.U. (Canadian Car and Foundry) for spar modifications and reconditioning. On June 23, 1952 it was sent to No. 6 Repair Depot and reduced to spares and produce.

378    43-5387    FZ442    2496

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5387 on March 29, 1944 but transferred via Lend Lease to the RCAF as aircraft No. 2496. Reported as having been on loan to the Royal Air Force at one time and coded as FZ442.  Probably used in support of the RAF’s Ferry Command operations in Canada. Assigned to No. 1 training Command, Toronto, Ontario and placed in Reserve Storage. Activated on May 5, 1944 and transferred to No. 1 A.C. on January 15, 1945. Went to No. 9 T Group (413 Photo Squadron), Rockcliffe, Ontario on May 4, 1946. May have been coded as AP-Q. Transferred to Air Transport Command on April 1, 1948. On Octobe 14, 1948 it was sent to WSR No. 6 Repair Depot for reconditioning. Returned to ATC (413 Survey Squadron) on March 5, 1949.  On January 31, 1950 it went to WR No. 6 Repair Depot for refinishing and returned on February 17, 1950. Sent to N0. 11 TSU (Canadian Car And Foundry) on April 24, 1950 for door installation, returning April 27 and going to N0. 6 Repair Depot “pending allotment to contractor”. On July 27, 1951 it went to No. 11 TSU (Canadian Car) for reconditioning. Returned to No. 6 Repair Depot where, on June 23, 1952 it was reduced to spares and produce.

379    43-5388

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5388 on March 12, 1944 and flown to Wright Field on March 24.  Reported used for test and control.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 23, 1946 for disposal as surplus.

380    43-5389

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5389 on March 12, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 14.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta Y-79, Mannheim, Germany with 10FS, 50FG it was damaged in a take off accident there on May 29, 1945.  Pilot – Charles R. Marks.  Condemned on September 6, 1945.

381    43-5390

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5390 on March 12, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 19.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  May have been involved on an accident on November 6, 1944.  Condemned on May 4, 1944.

382    43-5391

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5391 on March 13, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 19.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on April 1, 1944 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Involved in an accident on October 10, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on May 6, 1945.

383    43-5392

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft N0. 43-5392 on March 13, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 21.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Served on the Belgium – Holland coast at one time.  May have been involved in an accident on December 9, 1947.  Condemned on February 27, 1947.  Gained from condemned and assigned to salvage on May 1, 1947.

384    43-5393

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-4393 on March 13, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 19.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. Y-86, Fitzlar, Germany with 387FS, 365FG it was destroyed in a crash near Fulda, Germany on July 11, 1945.  Pilot – Edward J. Lopez.

385     43-5394

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5394 on March 13, 1945 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 21.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  May have been involved in an accident on November 20, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on January 31, 1945.

386    43-5395

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5395 on March 15, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 19.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

387    43-5396

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5396 on March 22, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 25.  Sent to Newark, NJ. on April 1 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe. May have been involved in an accident on August 20, 1945 while with the 9th Air Force.  Condemned on January 11, 1946.  Then on April 18, 1946 it is shown as consigned to salvage.

388    43-5397

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5397 on March 14, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 19.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 1, 1944 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  While based at AAF 234, Mount Farm with 27PRS, &PRG it was damaged in a ground loop accident at Le Molay, France on July 17, 1944.  Shown as repaired on January 31, 1945.

389    43-5398

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5398 on March 14, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 19.   Sent to Newark, NJ. on March 31 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  While based at AAF 547, Abbotts Ripton, England with the 325FRS, 27ATG it was destroyed in a taxiing accident at Podington, UK. On July 22, 1944.  Pilot – David W. Jackson.

390    43-5399

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5399 on March 14, 1944 and flown to Oakland, California, arriving March 27.  Shipped to Noumea, New Caledonia on April 14, 1944.  Served with the 13th Air Force.  Listed as excess inventory on February 10, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on October 11, 1946.

391    43-5400

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5400 on March 14, 1944 and flown to Oakland, California, arriving March 28.  Shipped to the 13th Air Force in the South Pacific on April 14, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on October 2, 1945.

392    43-5401

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5401 on March 14, 1944 and flown to Oakland, California, arriving March 27.  Shipped to Noumea, New Caledonia on April 11, 1944.  Served with the 13th Air Force in the south pacific.  May have been involved in an accident on December 18, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on May 9, 1945.

393    43-5402

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-5402 0n March 20, 1944 and flown to Oakland, California, arriving March 27.  Shipped to Noumea, New Caledonia on April 11.  Served with the 13th Air Force in the South Pacific.  Placed on the excess inventory list on February 10, 1946.

394    43-7203

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-7203 on March 20, 1944 and flown to Oakland, California, arriving March 27.  Shipped to Noumea, New Caledonia on April11.  Served with the 13th Air Force in the South Pacific.  Placed on the excess inventory list on February 10, 1946.

395    43-7204

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-7204 on March 20, 1944 and flown to Oakland, California, arriving March 31.  Shipped to Noumea, New Caledonia on May 15.  Served with the 13th Air Force in the South Pacific.  Placed on the excess inventory list on February 10, 1946.

396    43-7205

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-7205 on March 31, 1944 and flown to Langley Field, Virginia, arriving April 5.  Assigned to 1st Air Force Base HQ.  May have been involved in an accident as it is shown as under survey on April 23, 1945.  Later shown as reclaimed.

397    43-7206    57992

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-7206 on March 31, 1944 and flown to Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, Colorado, arriving April 6.  Assigned to the 2nd Air Force.  Assigned to Garden City, Kansas on December 26, 1944, arriving there on January 8, 1945.  Later assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus.  Acquired by the U.S. Navy, designated as type JA-1 and given Navy serial 57992.

398    43-7207    57993    NC36559    CF-HAU

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-7207 on March 20, 1944.  Flown to Wellston Georgia, arriving March 27.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia for disposal as surplus. Sold to Sweezy and Kahler, Almeda, California and registered as NC36559.  May also have carried U.S. registration NC4702V at one time.  Bought by Mont Laurier Aviation Co., Quebec and registered as CF- HAU on July 9, 1953. On July 28, 1954 it was registered to Boreal Airways Ltd., St. Felicien, Quebec and subsequently in 1958 to Nordair Ltd. In 1961 it was registered to Wheeler Airlines, St. Jovite, Quebec. Registered to Brochu Industries, Montreal, Quebec on May 14, 1979.  On May 4, 1979 the aircraft cartwheeled on takeoff and came to rest inverted.  Sale reported in 1986 but no details given.    Reported as having served with the U.S. Navy as type JA-1 with Navy serial 57993.

399    43-7208    57994    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-7208 on March 20, 1944.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving March 25.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Camden South Carolina on October 16, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to Berry’s Ajax Hatchery, Quincy, Illinois.  Reported as having served with the U.S. Navy as type JA-1 with Navy serial 57994.

400    43-35326    NC68389    CF-GIA

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35326 on March 25, 1944.  Flown to Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, arriving May 4.  hile based at Tinker it was involved in an accident in Texas on October 23, 1944.  Pilot – Richard E. Filler.  It appears to have stayed at Tinker Field until being assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on May 31, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Reported registered in the United States at one time as NC68389. Registered to T.S. Douglas (Muskoka Air Trails), Muskoka, Ontario on April 21, 1948 as CF-GIA. Registered to World Wide Airways, Montreal Quebec on May 14, 1949. Destroyed at Lac Toro, Quebec on October 9, 1949 killing the pilot and four passengers. No details.

401    43-35327    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35326 on March 25, 1944.  Flown to Brookley Field, Mobile, Alabama, arriving March 27.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Ponca City, Oklahoma on November 14, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Esh-Peter Aircraft Services, Hayward, California.

402    43-35328    NC66227    VO-ABQ    CF-GPK

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35328 on March 25, 1944.  Flown to McLellan Field, Sacramento, California, arriving April 7.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Camden, South Carolina on March 19, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Devil’s Lake Flying Service, Charleston, South Carolina. Later sold to Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland. “VO” registration unknown. Given Canadian registration CF-GPK September  27, 1949 after Newfoundland became a Canadian province. Registered to Queen Charlotte Airlines Ltd., Vancouver, BC. On May 26, 1951. Crashed on approach to Garibaldi Lake, BC. September 9, 1951. All survived.

403    43-35329

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35329 on March 25, 1944 and flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 28.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 19, 1944 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  While based at AAF 582, Warton, Lancashire with 310FRS, 27ATG it was damaged in a take off accident at  Kingsley, Frodsham, Cheshire, UK. on September 21, 1944.  Pilot – Andrew C. Winter.  Consigned to salvage on December 28, 1944.

404    43-35330

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35330 on March 29, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 31.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on May 1 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Involved in an accident at Posiers, France on January 18, 1945.  Consigned to salvage.

405    43-35331

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35331 on March 29, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 1.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 19 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.   While stationed at AAF 234, Mount Farm with 381 SrS, 7PRG it was damaged in a take off accident at AAF 376 Watton, England on August 20, 1944.  Pilot – John L. Anderson.

406    43-35332   

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35332 on March 29, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 1.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April19 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe. Later with the 9th Air Force.   May have later served with the Czechslovakian Air Force as RA-03.  

407    43-35333

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35333 on March 29, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 31.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 27 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  Later consigned to salvage.

408    43-35334

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35334 on March 29, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersy, arriving March 31.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 19 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later with the 9th Air Force.   While based at Sta. A-81 with 326FRS, 1TpG it was damaged in a landing accident at Sta. A-93, Liege, France on October 21, 1944.  Pilot – Lora R. Stidham.   Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

409    43-35335    OK-XDF

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35335 on March 29, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 1.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 19 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  At one time served on the Belgium/Holland coast.  Transferred to Czechoslovakia in November 1946 under the U.S. Military Defence Aid Program.  Registered as OK-XDF to Ceskoslovenske Statni Aerolini (Czechoslovakian Airlines).   

410    43-35336

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35336 on March 29, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving March 31.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 19 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.    While based at AAF 102, Alconbury with 325FRS it was destroyed in a forced landing near Rothwell, England on June 20, 1944.  Pilot – Thaddeus F. Chelchowski.

411   43-35337

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35337 on March 29, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 7.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 19 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. Y-99, Gutersloh, Germany it was damaged in a take off accident there on April 15, 1945.  Pilot – Roy J. Alldritt.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

412    43-35338

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35338 on March 29, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April5.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 19 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While stationed at Sta. 519, Grove, England with 325FRS, 31TpG it was damaged in a take off accident there on May 1, 1945.  Pilot – Nathaniel Levine. Reported.  At one time served on the Belgium/Holland coast.  Condemned on January 29, 1947.  Shown as gained from condemned and consigned to salvage on May 1, 1947.

413    43-35339    SE-ATC    YEMEN 4

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35339 on March 31, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 3.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 19 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  Sold as surplus to AB Ahrensberg, Stockholm, Sweden and registered as SE-ATC on October 31, 1946. Re-registered to AB Industridiesel, Stockholm on May 8, 1948. (May have been sold to Officine Arronavali-Venezia-Lido ?) At one time registered in Yemen as YEMEN 4.

414    43-35340

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35340 on March 31, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 4.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on April 19 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Reported involved in an accident at AAF STA., UK. on November 26, 1944. No details.  Consigned to salvage on December 10, 1944.

415    43-35341

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35341 on March 31, 1944 and flown to Oakland, California.  Shipped to the 13th Air Force, Noumea, New Caledonia on May 15, 1944.  Reported to have served on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands.  Involved in an accident on April 9, 1945 and condemned on July 2, 1945

416    43-35342

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35342 on April 4, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving April 17.  Shipped to the 13th Air Force, Noumea, New Caledonia on May 15.  Reported to have served on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands.  Condemned on June 12, 1946.

417    43-35343

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35343 on March 31, 1944. Flown to Oakland, California, arriving May 25.  Shipped to the 13th Air Force, Noumea, New Caledonia on June 14.  Reported to have served on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands.  Reported involved in an accident and then condemned in October 1946.

418    43-35344

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35344 on April 4, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving April 20.  Shipped to the 13th Air Force, Noumea, New Caledonia on May 15.  Reported to have served on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on August 13, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

419    43-35345    N68177

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35345 on April 4, 1944  Flown to Dell Mabry Field, Tallahassee, Florida, arriving May6.  May have later been in California, possibly at Hammer AAF, Fresno.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on April 25, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Childers Hatchery, Santa Anna, California. The 1960 FAA register shows it registered to Fleetway Inc., Burbank, California as N68177, with the last C of A having been issued in July 1949.

420    43-35346

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35346 on April 4, 1944.  Flown to Waycross AAF, Georgia, arriving April 15.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on April 5, 1946 for disposal as surplus.

421    43-35347    NC49995     NC55800    CF-GOB

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35347 on April 6, 1944.  Flown tp Pinellas AAF, Florida, arriving April 13.  Subsequently assigned to Dunellon and Cross City, Florida and later to Thomasville and Robins, Georgia.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 3, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to S.S. Logan, Bainbridge, Georgia and registered as NC49995.  Sold to P.J. Murray, Oxnard, California and  registered as NC55800.  Imported to Canada in 1950 and registered to Uranium Corporation Of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.  on May 17, 1951 as CF-GOB  It was operated for them by Queen Charlotte Airlines.  Re-registered to Pacific Western Airlines, Vancouver, BC. in 1959 when they bought out Queen Charlotte.  Later with Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario.  Registered to P.T. Rickey and B.G. Woods, Lynn Lake, Manitoba on November 30, 1960.  Reported as having crashed six miles east of Lynn Lake in 1961.  Wreckage removed and reported sold in 1978. Airframe reported seen at Northern Skyservice, Redditt, Ontario.   Airframe acquired by Joe McBryan in 1992.

422    43-35348

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35348 on April 14, 1944.  Flown to the 2nd Air Force, Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, Colorado, arriving April 26.

423    43-35349    Nxxxx    CF-GTP

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35349 on April 6, 1944.  Flown to Bartow AAF, Florida, arriving April 9.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 22, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to Bryan Aviation Service, Durham, North Carolina.  Bought by Central Northern Airways Ltd., St. James, Manitoba and registered to them as CF-GTP on May 10, 1950.  Re-registered to Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba in 1956 when they bought out Central Northern.  Registered to  Canadian Fish Producers Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1963 and then in 1965 to Dolphin Airways, Lynn Lake, Manitoba. On February 3, 1967 it was registered to North Canada Air Ltd., Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and then on May 14, 1970 to Sioux Narrows Airways, Sioux Narrows, Ontario. Reported to have crashed while in service with Sioux Narrows Airways. No details. Sale reported in 1978 but no details given. Fuselage reported seen at Kuby’s Aircraft Service, Kenora, Ontario in 1992. Sale reported in February 1994 but no details given.

424    43-35350    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35350 on April 6, 1944. Flown to Westover Field, Massachusetts, arriving May 6.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, New York on January 25, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Sea Air Service, Long Island, NY.

425    43-35351    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35351 on April 6, 1944.  Flown to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, arriving April 12.  Assigned to 325 ANG (?).  Damaged in a crash landing at Clearwater Lake, Manitoba on September 28, 1944.  Pilot – Virgal C. Swain.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cimarron AAF, Texas on March 25, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to R.W. Crawford, Bartleaville, Oklahoma.

426    43-35352    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35352 on April 6, 1944.  Flown to Hammer Field, Fresno, California, arriving June 3.  Sold surplus to Ferring, Harman and Wampler, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

427    43- 35353    NC63743    CF-GYY

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35353 on April 11, 1946.  Held at the Noorduyn plant for five days for tests.  Flown to Perry AAF, Florida, arriving April 20.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia on September 15, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Walker Airways, Detroit, Michigan.  Bought by Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, BC. and registered as CF-GYY on September 20, 1951.  Registered to Sault Airways Ltd. on May 7, 1953 and then to Kyro’s Airways, Sault Ste. Marie in 1970. Next registered to Gibson Airways, Upsala, Ontario in 1971 and then to Thousand Lakes Airways, Upsala in 1973. In 1978 it was registered to W.H. Lytle and R.C. Richards, Upsala and in 1979 again registered to Thousand Lakes Airways. On June 25, 1985 the floats buckled on take off at Bishop Lake, Ontario in high winds and the aircraft overturned. Pilot uninjured. Sale reported in April 1986 but no details given. Damaged airframe reported seen at Kuby’s Aircraft Repair, Kenora, Ontario in 1992.

428    43-35354    Nxxxx

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35354 on April 7, 1944.  Flown to Tinker Field, Oklahoma, arriving May 10.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cimarron AAF, Texas on April 18, 1946 for disposal as surplus. Sold to R.W. Crawford, Bartleaville, Oklahoma.

429    43-35355    NC75049    CF-DRF

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35355 on April 7, 1944.  Flown to Brookley Field, Mobile, Alabama, arriving april 14.  Reported involved in an incident or minor accident on October 2, 1944.  No date or location.  Pilot – John D. Terrell Jr.  Assigned to The Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Fresno, California on April 25, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Show re-assigned to RFC, Mckellar AAF, and Tennessee on May 14, 1946.  Reported registered as NC75049 in the United States. Bought by Ontario Central Airlines. Registration CF-DRF allotted on March 16, 1953 and the aircraft ferried to Kenora, Ontario. Rebuilt between 1953 and 1955 and registration activated September 19, 1955. On December 20, 1957,  enroute from Kenora to Red Lake, Ontario, the aircraft crashed while attempting to land on snow covered Ball Lake (50 miles NE of Kenora) after encountering a snowstorm.  The aircraft was destroyed and the three passengers, Allan Duggan, Danny Lockie and John Unik were killed.  Pilot Don Matheson was thrown clear and spent the night on the ice.  One leg was severely injured and eventually lost.

430    43-35356    NC41876    NR41876    F-OAFL

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35356 on April 10, 1944.  Flown to Olmstead Field, Middletown, Pennsylvania, arriving April 13.  Later assigned to Edgewood, Maryland and subsequently Robins AFB.  While based at Westover Field, Massachusetts it was damaged in a ground collision accident at Mitchel Field, NY. on October 22, 1945.  Sold as surplus to Arabian American Oil Co., San Francisco, California and registered as NC41876.  It was crated and shipped from New York to Dharahn, Saudi Arabia.  It was assembled then test flown on December 17, 1945 by Charlie Rochiville.  The aircraft was painted all-red, registered as NR48176 (restricted), fitted with oversized tires for operations on primitive strips and put into service. Sold to French Indo China and registered as F-OAFL to Cie. Laotienne de Commerce et de Transport, Hanoi on March 25, 1950. Destroyed by fire at Gia Lam, Hanoi on June 4, 1952.

431    43-35357

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35357 on April 7, 1944.  Flown to San Bernardino, California, arriving April 22.  Damaged in a landing accident at Fort Smith, N.W.T. on September 30, 1944.  Pilot – D. Theroux.  While based at San Bernardino AAF, California it was involved in an incident in California on January 15, 1945.  No Details.  Pilot – Robert J. Letscher.

432    43-35358    371    CF-ILR 

Delivered to the USAAF No. 43-35358 on April 23, 1944 but transferred via Lead-Lease to the RCAF as aircraft No. 371 and assigned to W.A.C (W.H.O.) Vancouver, BC.  There it was put in Reserve Storage until May 5.  On may 22, 1944 it was transferred to No. 3 Training Command.  January 6, 1945 it was sent to No. 1 Training Command equipped for photography for No. 7 Photo Wing.  On March 13, 1945 sent to No. 1 A.C. for completion of installation for survey work at Rockcliffe, Ontario.  Transferred July 15, 1946 to No. 9 T Group.  On July 22, 1947 it was sent to N.W.A.C., Churchill, Manitoba serving with No. 111 Comp. Flight.  Was reported as having gone missing from Churchill on September 10, 1948. No details.  On August 25, 1949 it was sent to No. 10 Repair Depot and put in Reserve Storage.  On January 17, 1950 it was sent to No. 11 TSU (Canadian Car And Foundry) for reconditioning.  Transferred to A.T.C. 413 Squadron on June 4, 1950 and then on June 16, 1953 to 121 C & R Flight.  Transferred December 18, 1953 to WR 25 AMB and then on August 17, 1954 sent to Lincoln Park and put in Reserve Storage.  Sold in 1956 to Noorduyn Norseman Aircraft Ltd., Montreal Quebec, rebuilt and registered as CF-ILR.  Later registered to Gold Belt Air Service, Rouyn, Quebec.  Registered to Lamb Airways Ltd., The Pas, Manitoba on October 26, 1960.  Destroyed on August 9, 1961 at N65’18, W73’08.  The aircraft was moored to a buoy when it was sunk by high winds.  As of December 10, 1960 total time was 5,013 hours.

433    43-35359    372    R-AR    LN-BDT

Delivered to the USAAF No. 43-35359 on April 7, 1944 but transferred via Lend Lease to the RCAF as aircraft No. 372.  Assigned to W.A.C. (W.H.O.), Vancouver, BC. and put in Reserve Storage until entering service on April 29, 1944. Transferred to No. 3 Training Command on May 22, 1944 and then to No. 1 Training Command on January 9, 1945 where it was equipped for photography and reserved for No. 7 Photo Wing.  On March 13, 1946 it went to No. 1 A.C. for completion of installations for survey work at Rockcliffe, Ontario.  Transferred July 15, 1946 to No. 9 T Group.   On November 7, 1947 it was put in Reserve Storage at No. 9 T Group until December 22, 1947 when it was sent to No. 11 TSU (Canadian Car And Foundry) for overhaul.  June 10, 1948 it was sent to N.W.A.C., Churchill, Manitoba.  On January 12, 1951 set to WR No. 6 Repair Depot for repairs and on October 14, 1952 was put in Reserve Storage.  On December 4, 1952 it went to No. 12 TSU ( DeHavilland) for overhaul.  Transferred via Mutual Aid to the Royal Norwegian Air Force August 5, 1953 and coded R-AR.  Went to Skattora on floats and later the same year was at Voernes on wheels.  On January 1, 1954 it was placed on loan to Wideroes with civil registration LN-BDT, C of A No. 368 and Reg. No. 340. Crashed and sank at Bodo Harbor, Norway on October 23, 1955.

434    43-35360

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35360 on May 18, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 20.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 27.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-40, Chartres, France with Hq. Sqd., 9BD, it was destroyed in a landing accident at Chelles, France on September 15, 1944.  Pilot – Robert K. Brown.

435    43-35361

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35361 on May 18, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 20.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 27.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-69, Laon, France with 669BS, 416BG it was damaged (Possibly destroyed) in a take off accident there on May 14, 1945.  Pilot – Robert W. Haskell.

436    43-35362    CF-CPP

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35362 on April 15, 1944 but diverted to Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered as  CF-CPP. The aircraft crashed while landing at Wendigo Lake, Ontario on January 13, 1947.  Destroyed.  No Injuries.  As of June 18, 1946 total time was 1,774 hours.

437    43-35363    CF-CPQ

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35363 on April 15, 1944 but diverted toCN437.jpg (176439 bytes) Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered as CF-CPQ.  Crashed at Sandgirt Lake, Labrador on February 3, 1945 when it hit a rock while landing and flipped on it’s back.  Written off.

438    43-35364    CF-CPR    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35364 on April 14, 1944 but diverted to Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered as CF-CPR.  Crashed and was destroyed forty miles north of Yellowknife, NWT. on August 18, 1945.  Aircraft bounced on landing and the floats gave way.  Four on board suffered no injuries. As of May 25, 1945 total time was 738 hours.

439    43-35365    CF-CPS

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35365 on April 14. 1944 but diverted to Canadian Pacific Airlines and registered as CF-CPS.  Registered to Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario on January 24, 1948.  Crashed at Kirkness Lake, Ontario on December 23, 1950 during a snow storm.  Pilot Peter Mills and a passenger being transported to hospital in Red Lake were killed.

440    43-35366    N56540    CF-MOL

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35366 on May 1, 1944.  Flown to Charleston, South Carolina, arriving May 2.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Camden, South Carolina on December 11, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to G.J. Keiter, Oak Harbor Island, Washington.  Later registered as N56540 to Alaska Airlines Inc., Seattle, Washington.  Purchased by Northern Air Service Ltd., Ft. Nelson, BC and registered to them as CF-MOL on August 18, 1960.  Destroyed at Ft. Nelson, BC. on February 22, 1961.  After takeoff the aircraft stalled and crashed in trees.  Frost on wings was blamed. One serious injury.

441    43-35367

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35367 on April 19, 1944.  Flown to Fairfield, Ohio, arriving April 21.  Later assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for disposal as surplus.

442    43-35368

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35368 on April 19, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 22.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on May 4 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.

443    43-35369

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35369 on April 19, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 22.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on May 2 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Reported involved in an accident at AAF STA., UK. on May 2, 1945. No details. While based at Sta. 595, Troston, England with 14MRRS, 1SAD it was damaged (Possibly destroyed) in a take off accident there on July 28, 1945.  Pilot – William Pratt.

444    43-35370

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35370 on April 20, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 22.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on May 4 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later assigned to the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on November 21, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on January 8, 1945.  Shown as repaired on March 10, 1945.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

445    43-35371

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35371 on April 21, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 22.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on May 2 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  While based at AAF 470, Hitcham, Norfolk with 325FRS, 27ATG it crashed near Stanton Harcourt, UK.  on August 24, 1944 when the engine failed due to fuel starvation.  A fuel gauge stuck indicating ¼ tank when the tank was actually empty.  Pilot Harvey T. Bonser received minor injuries.   Consigned to salvage on October 29, 1944.

446    43-35372

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35372 on April 20, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 21.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on May 2 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

447    43-35373

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35373 on April 20, 1944.  Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 25.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on May 2 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus. 

448    43-35374

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35374 on April 25, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving April 28.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 5.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. Y-86, Fritzlar, Germany with 390FS, 366FG it was damaged in a landing accident there on October 23, 1945.  Pilot – Eldon F. Irish.  May have been involved in an accident on April 11, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on May 23, 1946.

449    43-35375

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35375   Flown to Fort Dix, New Jersey, arriving April 25.  Sent to Newark, New Jersey on May 5 for shipment to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Reported involved in an accident at AAF STA., UK. on March 1, 1945. No details. Pilot – Donald G. Springsted.  May have served on the Belgium/Holland coast.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission. Oberpfaffenhofen, Germay on June 17, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

450    43-35376  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35376 on April 25, 1944. Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving April 28.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 6.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. R-45 with 42ADG it was destroyed in a landing accident at Sta. R-88, Innsbruck, Austria on July 9, 1945.  Pilot – John D. Dunleavy.

451    43-35377

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35377 on April 21, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving April 27.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 6.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. R-28, Furth, Germany with 111TRS, 10PRG it was damaged in a landing accident at Sta. A-62, Reims, France on October 21, 1945.  Pilot – William J. Lutz.

452    43-35378

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35378 on April 21, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving April 27.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 6.  May have been involved in an accident while with the 9th Air Force.  Consigned to salvage on April 4, 1946.

453    43-35379

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35379 on May 1, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 9.  Later with the 9th Air Force.

454    43-35380

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35380 on May 1, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jerset the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 7.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

455    43-35381    CF-BXK  

Delivered to The USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35381 on May 4, 1944 but diverted to Eldorado Mining and Refining Co. Ltd., Ottawa, Ontario and registered as CF-BXK. On March 3, 1945 the Aircraft hit shore during a precautionary landing in a snow storm on Great Slave Lake, NWT. The aircraft was shipped to Noorduyn but found to be beyond economical repair. Written off.

456    43-35382    CF-BXL

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35382 on May 4, 1944 but diverted to Eldorado Mining And Refining Co Ltd., Ottawa, Ontario and registered as CF-BXL. Registered to Canadian Pacific Airlines Ltd. On March 3, 1946. Written off on December 9, 1946 when it broke through ice on landing at Indian Lake, Quebec.

457    43-35383

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35383 on May 1, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 2.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 7.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on May 29, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

458    43-35384

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35384 on May 1, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 2.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 9.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on May 31, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on July 17, 1946.

459    43-35385

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35385 on May 4, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey on the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 9.  May have been involved in an accident on December 18, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on December 4, 1945.

460    43-35386

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35386 on May 4, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on Mat 11. While based at Sta. 182, Merville, France with 44ADG it was damaged in a take off accident there on April 10, 1945.  Pilot – Larry Gatti.  Consigned to salvage on June 22, 1945.

461    43-35387      I-AIAX

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35387 on May 4, 1944, Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May5.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 11.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus. Reported registered in Italy as I-AIAX.  In June 2004 it was reported in outside storage at the town of Zerman near Treviso, Italy awaiting possible restoration.

462    43-35388

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35388 on May 4, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 5.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 11.  May have been involved in an accident on December 20, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on February 19, 1946.

463    43-35389

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35389 on May 4, 1944. Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 5.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 14.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on July 31, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on June 20, 1945.

464    43-35390

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 43-35390 on May 4, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 7.  Shipped to the 9th Air Force in Europe on May 11.  While based at Sta. A-54, Le Bourget , France with 320TpS, 27ATG, it was destroyed there in a landing accident on October 9, 1944.  Pilot – Gordon E. Batdorf.

465    43-35391

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35391 on May 4, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 8.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 11.  May have been involved in an accident on April 20, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on May 23. 1945.

466    43-35392

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35392 on May 5, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 8.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 13.   While based at AAF 505, Neaton, Norfolk with 3SAD it was damaged in a take off accident at AAF 376, Watton, England on August 20, 1944.  Pilot – Granville E. Greene.  While based at Sta. 385, Le Bourget, France with 320TpS, 27ATG it was damaged in a take off accident there on November 4, 1944.  Pilot – Harvey T. Bonser.  May have been involved in another accident on March 27, 1946.  Consigned to salvage May 10, 1946.

467    43-35393

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35393 on May 8, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 9.  Shipped to the 8th  Air Force in Europe on May 14.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-78, Florennes, Belgium with 344BG it was damaged (Possibly destroyed) in a landing accident at Sta. Y-91, Hanau, Germany on April 26, 1945.

468    43-35394

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35394 on May 5, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 7.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 15.  May have been involved in an accident on December 28, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on February 3, 1945.

469    43-35395    Nxxxx    CF-JEC    

Built for the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35395 and accepted on May 12, 1944 on floats.  Diverted to the U.S. Forest Service.   One float reported damaged on June 17.  Float repaired and the aircraft delivered on June 30.  Flown to Ely Lake, Minnesota, arriving July 7.  Imported into Canada in 1956 and registered as CF-JEC to Superior Airways Ltd., Fort William, Ontario.  Damaged at Sioux Lookout, Ontario on October 16, 1959.  Landing with snow squalls and gusty wind present, the aircraft bounced twice. Power was applied to recover but the left wing dropped and the wing and float hit the water.  Aircraft came to rest in a vertical nose down position.  Four on board. Two passengers died.  Pilot: A.K. McLeod.  The 1964 register shows it owned by Northwestern Flying Services, Nestor Falls, Ontario.  Registerd to Sabourin Lake Airways, Cochenour, Ontario on April 4, 1968.   Fuselage later reported as having been metalized.

470    43-35396

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35396 on May 10, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving may 12.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 19.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-27, Rennes, France with Hq. Sqd., 100FW, it was destroyed in a take off accident there on August 28, 1944.  Pilot Robert A. Patterson was killed.

471    43-35397    SE-ASL 

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35397 on May 10, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 12.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 21.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta A-74, Cambri, France with 587BS, 394BG, it was damaged in a take off accident at Sta. A-40, Chartres, France on October 20, 1944.  Pilot – Michael P. Yopchick.  Damaged in a landing accident at Cambri, France on May 2, 1945.  Pilot - Harry B. Huff.  Reported purchased by Trafik Turist Transportflyg AB, Ostersund, Sweden on September 24, 1946 and registered as SE-ASL. Believed to have crashed and been damaged beyond repair on October 22, 1946.

472     43-35398     FAB 01    2795

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35398 on July 5, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil. Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving July 12.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil.  Departed U.S. on July 22.  Coded as FAB 01 and later given serial 2795.

 473     43-35399     FAB 02    2796

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35399 on July 5, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving July 10.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil.  Departed U.S. on July 22.  Coded as FAB 02 and later given serial 2796.

 474     43-35400     FAB 03    2797

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35400 on July 5, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil. Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving July 10.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil.  Departed U.S. on July 21.  Coded as FAB 03 and later given serial 2797.

 475     43-35401     FAB 04    2798

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35401 on July 5, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil. Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving July 8.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil.  Departed U.S. on July 21.  Coded as FAB 04 and later given serial 2798.

476     43-35402

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35402 on May 10, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 11.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 20.  May have been involved in an accident on May 30, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on July 20, 1945.

 477     43-35403     CF-OBC  

Built as USAAF No. 43-35403 but diverted to Ontario Provincial Air Service, Toronto, Ontario.  Delivered June 29 and registered as CF-OBC.  Destroyed by fire at Sutton Lake, Ontario on June 30, 1949.  Sparks from a nearby forest fire blew onto the aircraft while it was beached.

 478     43-35404     CF-OBD  

Built as USAAF No. 43-35404 but diverted to Ontario Provincial Air Service, Toronto, Ontario.  Delivered July 5,1944 and registered as CF-OBD.  Sold to E.R. Myers, Fort Frances, Ontario on December 14, 1950 and registered to Rusty Myers Flying Service, Fort Frances on May 9, 1951. Registered to Atlas Acceptance Corporation, Winnipeg, Manitoba on June 13, 1968.  Registered to Norcanair, Prince Albert Saskatchewan on June 20, 1968 when it was leased from Atlas Acceptance.  Reregistered back to Atlas Acceptance on December 9, 1968 when the lease expired.  Registered to Selkirk Air Service, Selkirk, Manitoba on February 7, 1969.  Overturned and burned during an attempted ski landing at Selkirk airport.  No injuries.  As of May 26, 1969 total time was 5,940 hours.

479    43-35405    CF-BXN

Built as USAAF No. 43-35405 but diverted to MacIntyre-Porcupine Mines, Schumacher, Ontario. Delivered June 24 and registered as CF-BXN.  Destroyed by fire at dock at South Porcupine, Ontario on May 16, 1948.

480    43-35406    CF-OBE

Built as USAAF No. 43-35406 but diverted to Ontario Provincial Air Service, Toronto, Ontario.  Delivered June 30, 194and registered as CF-OBE.  Registered to Central Northern Airways Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba on May 11, 1951.  Re-registered to Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba in 1956 when Central Northern and Arctic Wings merged to become Transair.  The 1964 register shows it still with Transair.  On September 30, 1965 it was registered to Northland Airlines, Winnipeg, Manitoba and then on September 28, 1976 to Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora , Ontario.  Registered to Nunasai-Central Airlines Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba in September 1984 and then to Green Airways Ltd., Red Lake, Ontario on February 5, 1986.  The aircraft has since been completely metalized.  Wings from CF-UUD (c/n 224) were used.  It served with Green Airways until July 3, 2004 when it suffered substantial damage during an attempted glassy water landing at Birch Lake Lodge 120 kilometers northwest of Red Lake , Ontario.  Pilot Bob Dowhy and four passengers were not seriously injured.  As of September 2005, the wreckage remains ashore at Birch Lake Lodge.

481    43-35407  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35407 on May 11, 1944. Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 13.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  Reported involved in an accident at Hendon RAF, UK. on August 9, 1944. No details. Pilot – Thomas R. Reed.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

 482    43-35408  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35408 on May 11, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 13.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 21.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at AAF 452, Stoney Cross with 387BG it was damaged in a ground loop at AAF 565, Hendon.Pilot – Thomas R. Reed.  While based at AAF Sta. 170, Wethersfield, England with 668BS, 416BG it was involved in a ground loop accident there on August 24, 1944.  Pilot – Luther E. Hill.

483    43-35409

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35409 on May 15, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 16.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 21.  While based at Sta. A-81 with 111TRS, 10TRG, it was destroyed in a forced landing NW of Paris, France on November 16, 1945.  Pilot – Shelby F. Boggess.

 484    43-35410  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35410 on May 15, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 17.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 27.  Destroyed in a ground accident while parked at Stn. A-20, Lessay, France on September 9, 1944.

485    43-35411  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35411 on May 11, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 14.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 21.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus. 

486    43-35412  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35412 on May 12, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 15.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 21.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on December 20, 1945.  Consigned to salvage February 19, 1946.

487    43-35413  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35413 on May 17, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey that day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 30.  May have been involved in an accident on June 12, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on June 28.

488    43-35414  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35414 on May 17, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 18.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 27.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

489    43-35415  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35415 on May 15, 1945.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 17.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 27.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-20, Lessay, France with Hq, Sqa, 323BG, it was involved in a landing accident there on September 1, 1944.  Pilot – Merle E. Parkinson. May have been involved in an accident on December 20, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on February 19, 1946.

490    43-35416  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35416 on May 29, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 30.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 21.  May have been involved in an accident on May 29, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

491    43-35417  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35417 on May 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 21.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 30.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

492    43-35418    SE-ASC    78001    SE-CLZ

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35418 on May 23, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 27.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 15.  While based at Sta. 111, Thurleigh, ,England with 367BS, 306Bgit was damaged in a ground accident on October 22, 1944 while parked.  Sold as surplus to Norrlandsflyg AB, Luela, Sweden and registered as SE-ASC on August 2, 1947. Bought by the Swedish Government, Flygvapnet on April 25, 1949 and coded as 78001. Possibly operated by Norrlands Flygbaskar for ambulance duties. Bought by Jamtlands Aero and registered September 8, 1959 as SE-CLZ. Registered to Touristflyg on November 2, 1971. Bought by Flygvapenmuseum (Swedish Airforce Museum) in 1980, refurbished in it’s air ambulance colors and put on display at the museum’s facility at Linkoping, Sweden.

 493    43-35419  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35416 on May 23, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 27.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 21.  May have been involved in an accident on November 15, 1944.  Condemned on December 12, 1945.

494    43-35420  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35420 on May 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 21.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 30.  While based at Sta. R-87, Horsching, Austria with Hq, 387BS it was damaged in a landing accident there on August 13, 1945.  Pilot – Horace G. Fowler.

495    43-35421  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35421 on May 23, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 27.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 7.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

496    43-35422  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35420 on May 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 21.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on May 30.  May have been involved in an accident on October 12, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on December 7, 1945.

497    43-35423  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35423 on May 23, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 26.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 21.  Extensively damaged November 7, 1944 at AAF Station 385, LeBourget, France while serving with the 320th Transport Squadron, 27th Group.  During a night landing the aircraft hit an unlit pile of sand on the edge of the runway.  The left undercarriage sheared off and the aircraft groundlooped.  Pilot 1st Lt. Grant W. Schleich and passenger S/Sgt. Richard C. Innis were uninjured.  Consigned to salvage on January 1, 1945.

498    43-35424  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35424 on May 29, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 30.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 21.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

499    43-35425    VT-AZM  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35425 on May 29, 1044. Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving June 5.  Shipped to Karachi, India on July 31.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airlines Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines), Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZM on March 1, 1946. Registered to Metcaero Engineers Ltd., Bombay on May 24, 1951. Registration cancelled in 1952. Assumed written off.

500    43-35426  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35426 on May 29, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving June 6.  Shipped to Karachi. India on July 31. May have been involved in an accident on June 28, 1945,  Consigned to salvage on September 5, 1945.

501    43-35427    NC28361    CF-GSK

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35427 on May 30, 1944. Flown to Statesboro, Georgia, arriving June 5.  With the 3rd Air Force.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to Green & Long, Baton Rouge, Louisiana and registered as NC28361. Bought by T.S. Douglas, Huntsville, Ontario May 2, 1950 and registered as CF-GSK. Sold to Western Aircraft Sales and Service, Vancouver, BC. July 13, 1951. Operated by Queen Charlotte Airlines from 1952 to 1956. Later operated by Pacific Western Airlines for Uranium Corporation. Sold to Bullock, Hughes and Tillman, Calgary, Alberta May 21, 1958 and then to Bullock Wings and Rotors, Calgary April 16, 1959. Bought by Harrison Airways, Vancouver, BC. April 3, 1962. On September 12, 1962, Canada Department of Transport was notified that the aircraft was written off. Details not available. It is suspected that the aircraft was contaminated with a radioactive substance during it’s service with Uranium Corporation.

 502    43-35428  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35428 on May 30, 1944.  Flown to Statesboro, Georgia, arriving June 2.  May have been damaged as it is later shown as being under survey.

503    43-35429  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35429 on May 30, 1944.  Flown to Statesboro, Georgia, arriving June 3.  With the 3rd Air Force.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia in September 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.

504    43-35430    NC60787    VO-ABJ    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35430 on May 30, 1944. Flown to Statesboro, Georgia, arriving June 5.  With the 3rd Air Force.  While based at Comer, Georgia it was involved in an accident in North Carolina on on July 8, 1944.  Pilot – Starlin F. Letteral.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cimarron, Texas on December 9, 1946 for disposal as surplus. sold to S. H. Mitchell, Washington, DC. and registered as NC60787.  Later with Newfoundland Aero Sales and Service, St. John’s, Newfoundland as VO-ABJ.  From there it went to Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland.

505    43-35431  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35431 on June 3, 1944.  Flown to Statesboro, Georgia, arriving June 8.  With the 3rd Air Force.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia on August 21, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Went to the Honduran Air Force, Honduras in 1945.   Air Force serial numbers reported not used.  Aircraft reported retired in 1961.

506    43-35432    N13340

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35432 on June 1, 1944.  Flown to Statesboro, Georgia, arriving June 5.  With the 3rd Air Force.  Later with the 4th Air Force in Garden City, Kansas.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ontario, California on May 14, 1946 for disposal as surplus. Bought by Charles Carpenter, Burbank, California and registered as N13340.  Served with the U.S. Forest Service in Boise, Idaho from 1949 to 1955.  Sold to Reeder Flying Service, Twin Falls, Idaho in 1956 and then to Parachutes Incorporated in early 1960.  Flown to Orange, Massachusetts and modified for sky diving use.  Went to Hemet, California for the opening of a new sky diving facility there then returned to Orange for the World Sky Diving Meet in 1962. Given a major overhaul in 1963 and then sent to Lakewood, New Jersey in 1964.  Returned to Orange that fall and remained there till Parachutes Incorporated closed in 1984. Sold to Carl Wallace, New Hampshire but it remained in Orange for the next year.  Bought by Rio Grande Contract Furnishings, Albuqerque, New Mexico who sent it to Henry Oliver lll, an aircraft broker in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Later displayed in the Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, Texas in USAAF D-Day markings.  Registered to Grass River Lodge, The Pas, Manitoba as CF-BHU on April 27, 2001.  (Note: Registration CF-BHU was previously used on N29-8)

507    43-35433    N725E  

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 43-35433 on May 31, 1944.  Flown to Statesboro, Georgia, arriving June 4.  With the 3rd Air Force.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Fish And Wildlife Service, Washington, DC., and registered as N725E.  Sold to Northern Consolidated Airlines Inc., Anchorage, Alaska in 1951. Bought by Interior Airways Inc.,  Fairbanks in 1955. Among other duties, it was used during DEW Line construction. Donated to the Alaska Heritage Museum, Anchorage, Alaska by Fairbanks North Star Borough and Jim and Dottie Magoffin and registered to them on November 8, 1995.  An August 2002 photo shows the aircraft, less wings, sitting outside at the museums Lake Hood, Anchorage facility.

508    43-35434    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.43-35434 on May 31, 1944.  Flown to Statesboro, Georgia, arriving June 2.  With the 3rd Air Force.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to Green and Long, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Subsequently owned by Western Michigan Repair Service.

509    43-35435    N61828     ZP-CAY  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35435 on June 1, 1945.  Flown to Statesboro, Georgia, arriving June 5.  With the 3rd Air Force.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on November 6, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  At one time registered to Fleetway Inc., Burbank, California as N61828.

510    43-35436  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35436 on June 3, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 4.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 21.  May have been involved in an accident on December 20, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on February 19, 1946.

511    43-35437  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35437 on June 1, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 9.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

512    43-35438    SE-ASB    LN-TVO

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35438 on June 3, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 4.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 17.  In late 1944 it was assigned to 401 Bomb Group - 615 Sqd., Deenethorpe, UK. as a liaison aircraft.  While based at Sta. 105, Chelveston, England with 839AES, 413ASG, it was involved in a ground loop accident there on June 19, 1945.  Pilot – John D. Collins Jr.  Sold as surplus to Norrlandsflyg, Sweden on January 11, 1947 and registered as SE-ASB. Sold to Wideroes Flyveselskap, Norway on January 12, 1954 and registered as LN-TVO.  Believed to have been sunk at Tromso, Norway on July 14, 1954.

513    43-35439  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35439 on June 3, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey on that day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force on Europe on June 17.  Later with the 9th Air Force.     While based at A-42, Villacoublay, France with 10DRS, 10ADG it crashed and was destroyed by fire at near Buxton, England on September 29, 1944.  Status of pilot Arnold Fredrickson listed as “OK”.

514    43-35440  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35440 on June 3, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 6.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 17.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-70, Laon / Couvron, France while with 492FS, 48FG it was damaged in a landing accident at Sta. A-76, Florennes, Belgium on August 8, 1945.  Pilot – Jene A. McDonald.  May have been involved in an accident on October 11, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on November 5, 1946.  Shown as reclaimed on January 11, 1947.

515    43-35441  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35441 on June 6, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 17.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on February 27, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on May 31, 1946.

516    43-35442    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35442 on June 9, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 9.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 15.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  Transferred from the 9th Air Force to Czechoslovakia in November 1946 under the U.S. Military Defence Aid Program.

517    43-35443        OK-XDI         OK-EOU

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35443 on June 7, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 8.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 16.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Later registered in Czechoslovakia as OK-XDI  to Ceskoslovenske Statni Aerolini (Czechoslovakian Airlines).  Later transferred to the Aeroclub and re-registered as OK-EOU.

518    43-35444  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35444 on June 12, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey that day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 15

519    43-35445  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-35445 on June 6, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 7.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 7.  While based at AAF Sta. 114, Hethel. England, it was involved in a ground loop accident there on August 9, 1944.  Pilot – William H. Wambold.

520    44-70255  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70255 on June 6, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 7.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 15.  While based at Sta. 465, Chalgrove, England with 13PRS, 7PRG, it was destroyed in a ground loop accident there on July 14, 1945.  Pilot – Ralph D. Campbell Jr.

521    44-70256    NC79821 

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-70256 on June 7, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 8.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 17.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffrnhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  David M. Miller and registered as NC79821.  Later ferried to Israel.  (See c/n 527 for details).

522    44-70257  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 43-70257 on June 7, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 8.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 15.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta R-45 with 42ADG it was destroyed in a forced landing due to fuel starvation at Sta. R-24, Wurzburg, Germany on October 15, 1945.  Pilot – Howard J. Croker.

523    44-70258    SE-AZP    OY-ACA    TF-AIA    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70258 on June 9, 1944. Flown to Newark, New Jersey on the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 15. Reported involved in an accident at Baunstone RAF, UK. on June 21, 1945. Pilot John B. Temple. Consigned to salvage on December 10, 1945.  Later assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Husqvarna Vapenfabrik, Sweden on March 19, 1947 and registered as SE-AZP. Sold to Gronlandsdepartementet, Denmark on January 10, 1949 and registered as OY-ACA. Served with the Lauge Koch expedition in Greenland circa 1956.  Later registered in Iceland as TF-AIA.  Reported destroyed in 1962.

524    44-70259  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70259 on June 9, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 15.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on November 8, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on December 20, 1945.

525    44-70260     OK-YDA 

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70260 on June 7, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 9.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 15. While based at AAF Sta. 125, Bungay, England It was involved in a landing accident there on August 24, 1944.  Pilot – George J. Mattes.  Reported involved in an accident at Debden, UK. on April 14, 1945. No details.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Later registered in Czechoslovakia as OK-YDA and  provided to BATA, a Czechoslovakian shoe company, for the purpose of starting a small in-country airline.   Later registered to Ceskoslovenske Statni Aerolini (Czechoslovakian Airlines).  

526    44-70261  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70260 on June 7, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 9.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on June 15. Reported involved in an accident at Debden, UK. on April 14, 1945. No details.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

527    44-70262    NC79822

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70262 on June 12, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Bought  by David M. Miller, Roanoke, Virginia and registered as NC79822.  Miller was acting as agent for Victor M. Oswald who purchased the aircraft for SOMACO, Brussels, Belgium for ferry to Israel.  On May 20, 1948, during the ferry flight it crashed and burned on take off near Rome, Italy killing Canadian World War ll fighter ace George “Buzz” Buerling and fellow pilot Leonard Cohen.  This was one of 15 aircraft purchased by SOMACO for ferry to Israel.  Five others were purchased from other sources.  Of these 20 aircraft, 17 eventually reached Israel.  One crashed in Rome and two mistakenly landed in Gaza and were captured by the Egyptian army.

528    44-70263

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70263 on June 12, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

529    44-70264  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70264 on June 24, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  May have been involved in an accident on December 28, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on March 6, 1945.

530    44-70265  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70265 on June 24 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  While based at AAF Sta. 369, Martlesham Heath, England with 394Srs, 85SrG, it was involved in a ground loop accident there on March 10, 1945.  Pilot – Alfred R. Hale.  May have been involved in an accident on May 29, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

531    44-70266     OK-XBD

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70266 on June 24, 2944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.   Transferred to Czechoslovakia,  registered as OK-XBD and provided to BATA, a Czechoslovakian shoe company, for the purpose of starting a small in-country airline.  

532    44-70267    LN-PAE      F-OBTK      F-BRGG

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70267 on June 24, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey on the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-80 with 390SrS, 74SrG  it was involved in a ground loop accident at Sta. A-68. Juvincourt, France on October 11, 1944.  Pilot – Kenneth M. Knowles.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Polar Fly N.N.L. A/S. Narvik, Norway and registered as LN-PAE June 26, 1948. Later sold to Wideroes Flyveselkap og Polarfly A/S, Narvik. Damaged in a hangar fire at Tromso, Norway seaplane base November 29, 1954 and was repaired. Sold to Aero-Sahara, El-Oina, Tunisia and registered as F-OBTK.  Was seen at Lympmf (?) enroute from Oslo to Tousses-Le Noble on April 17, 1961.  Later reported registered as F-BRGG.

 533    44-70268  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70268 on June 24, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey on the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Involved in an accident at Lichfield, UK. on April 29, 1945. No details.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

534    44-70269  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70269 on June 24.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving June 26.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.   May have been involved in an accident on October 23, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on January 4, 1945.

535    44-70270    NC66799    CF-LZO     N50646     CF-LZO 

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70270 and assigned to Orlando, Florida.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cimarron, Texas on April 12, 1946 for disposal as surplus. Sold to the U.S. Forest Service and registered as NC66799.  Imported into Canada as CF-LZO. Reported as having been involved in an accident at Lake Elliot (N50’23, W95’20) with the wreck salvaged in 1953.  Registered to Riverton Airways Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1961.  C of A expired on February 20, 1962.  Reported seen in Winnipeg in 1965 after rebuild.  Registered to Arctic Enterprises Ltd., Yellowknife, NWT in 1966 and operated for Great Bear Lodge.  Registered to Minto Airways Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta in 1968 and then to Vanderhoof Flying Service, Vanderhoof, BC, in 1973.  Registered to Raecom Air, Yellowknife, NWT in 1980.  C of A expired on June 8, 1981.  Registered to Raecom Air, Yellowknife, NWT. on June 26, 1983.  Reported as having been exported to the U.S.A. in January 1985 and registered as N50646.  Returned to Canada in 1989.  Registered to 631948 Ontario Ltd. on May 25, 1989.  Registered to Kenora Air Service, Kenora, Ontario on May 17, 1990. (Leased from 631948 Ontario)  Re-registered to 631948 Ontario Ltd. on December 14, 1990.  Registered to W.A. Ferring (Caribou Air), Armstrong, Ontario on August 14, 1992.  (Leased from 631948 Ontario Ltd.)  Reported used in the filming of a movie.  Re-registered to 631948 Ontario Ltd. on May 29, 1992.  Registered to Wrong Lake Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba on April 23, 1996. 

536    44-70271      PK-SAM       T-400

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70271 on June 13, 1944 and flown to Oakland, California.  Arrived July 11, 1944 and was shipped to the 13th Air Force, South Pacific on July 30.  After the war it was found in an aircraft dump on Biak Island, Indonesia.  Bought by Lt. Col. Meeuwenoord and Capt. Renard who registered it in Indonesia as PK-SAM.  In 1948 it was transferred to the Royal Dutch Indonesian Air Force (ML-KNIL) and coded T-400.  When ML-KNIL ceased to exist, it was handed over to AURI, the new Indonesian Air Force.  Fate unknown.

537    44-70272  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70272 on June 29, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving July 9.  Shipped to Karachi, India on July 18.  May have been involved in an accident on July 11, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on  August 5, 1945.

538    44-70273    CF-JDG    N538DW

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70273 on June 29, 1944.  Flown to Winston Salem, North Carolina, arriving June 30.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 7, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Later on the U.S. civil register as NC59786.  Imported to Canada in 1956 and registered to G.H. Green, Red Lake, Ontario on June 11, 1956 and then on June 5, 1963 to Green Airways, Red Lake.  Registered to David Werner (Diamond Aviation), Wrangell, Alaska on December 19, 1986.  Written off in an accident at Bronson Creek, BC on June 4, 1987.  An improperly installed wheel came off on landing and the aircraft groundlooped.  It was further damaged by a Grizzly Bear!  Purchased by the British Columbia Aviation Museum, Victoria, BC.  Major components were used in rebuilding CF-DRE (c/n 131) which was completed in August 2003.

539    44-70274    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70274 on June 29, 1944.  Flown to Winston Salem, North Carolina, arriving June 30.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on July 16, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to A.H. Aull, Menominee, Michigan

540    44-70275    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70274 on June 29, 1944.  Flown to Maxwell Field, Alabama, arriving June 30.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on November 2, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to A.H. Aull, Menominee, Michigan.

541    44-70276    NC59819    CF-GBI  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70276 on June 30, 1944.  Flown to Maxwell Field, Alabama, arriving July 5.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on November 2, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Southern Commercial Air Transport, Shreveport, Louisiana and registered as NC59819. Imported into Canada in 1952. Registered to Central Northern Airways Ltd., St. James, Manitoba as CF-GBI on May 31, 1953. Re-registered to Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba in 1956 when Central Northern merged with Arctic Wings to become Transair. Registered to Northland Airlines, Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1968 and then on July 23, 1969 to Courier Trading and Enterprises, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Registered to Norman Rondeau, Ilford, Manitoba on January 16, 1970. C of A expired on July 31, 1970. Sale reported in 1977 but no buyer named. Fuselage reported at Red Lake Seaplane Service, Red Lake, Ontario in 1992. Fuselage used for freight loading contest at 1993 Norseman Festival.

542    44-70277    NC54316     VO-ABX    CF-GUE    N225BL

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70277 on June 30, 1944.  Flown to Maxwell Field, Alabama, arriving July 5.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Fielf, Augusta, Georgia on November 2, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to Kansas City Southern Skyways, Kansas City, Missouri and registered as NC54316.  Reported as sold into Newfoundland and registered as VO-ABX.  Bought by Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, BC. and registered as CF-GUE on December 2, 1950.  Re-registered to Pacific Western Airlines in 1956 when they bought out Queen Charlotte.  Registered to BC Airlines, Vancouver, BC. in 1961 and then in 1965 to M. Murchison and M. Rowley, Edmonton, Alberta.  On May14, 1965 it was registered to Tyee Airways Ltd., Sechelt, BC.  and then on June 6, 1968 to Geri Johnson (Gimli Air Service) Arnes, Manitoba.  Registered to Northway Aviation Ltd., Arnes, Manitoba on September 6, 1974.  Next registered to Mid Manitoba Air Ltd., Norway House, Manitoba on July 5, 1993.  Registered to  Sioux Lookout Fly-in Camps, Sioux Lookout, Ontario on August 8, 1994 and then to Dennis Perry, Soldotna, Arkansas on May 19, 1999 as N225BL.  Later in Alaska with Bear Lake Air.  Damaged at Seward, Alaska on June 3, 2001.  Shortly after take off in strong, gusty wind conditions, the aircraft stalled and struck the water, suffering substantial damage.  Pilot and five passengers were uninjured.  The aircraft was repaired and sold to Ingram;s Air, Cooper’s Landing, Alaska and was in service as of April 2006.

543    44-70278    N67897    F-BECI  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70278 on June 30, 1944. Flown to Hendricks Field, Sebring, Florida, arriving July 8.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on November 2, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Randall and Zima, Chicago, Illinois and registered as N67897.  Sold to Cie. Laotienne de Commerce et de Transport, Hanoi, Viet Nam and registered as F-BECI. Destroyed by fire at Gia-Lam airfield, Hanoi on June 4, 1952.

544    44-70279    Nxxx     F-BECJ

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70279 on June 30, 1944.  Flown to Alexandria, arriving July 8.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Randall and Zima, Chicago, Illinois.  Later reported registered as F-BECJ.  May have gone to Cie. Laotienne de Commerce et de Transport, Hanoi along with c/n 543

545    44-70280

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70280 on June 30, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 4.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  May have been involved in an accident on December 19, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on January 20, 1945.

546    44-70281    OK-YDB  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70281 on June 30, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 4.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Transferred from the 8th Air Force to Czechoslovakia in December 1946 under the U.S. Military Defence Aid Program.  Registered as OK-YDB  to Ceskoslovenske Statni Aerolini (Czechoslovakian Airlines). 

547    44-70282  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70282 on July 5, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

548    44-70283  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70283 on July 5, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on November 1, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on December 20,1945.

549    44-70284    NC79831

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70284 on July 5, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus. Purchased by David M. Miller and registered as NC79831.  Later ferried to Israel.  (See c/n 527 for details).

550    44-70285  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70285 on July 5, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Disappeared over the English Channel on December 15, 1944 while en route from Bedford, England to Paris, France. Band leader Glenn Miller was Lost along with FO John Morgan and Lt. Colonel Baessell. It has been theorized that the plane may have been hit by bombs jettisoned over the English Channel by RAF bombers returning home from an unsuccessful raid.

551    44-70286  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70286 on July 5, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 6.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 27.  While based at Sta. 377, Wattisham, England with 434FS, 479FG it was damaged in a ground loop accident there on July 30, 1945.  Pilot – Ronald L. Maley.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

552    44-70287  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70287 on July 5, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on May 29, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

553    44-70288  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70288 on July 5, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 6.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 27.

554    44-70289  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70289 on July 5, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 6.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  While based at AAF Sta. 115, Shipdam, England with 68BS, 44BG, it was involved in a landing accident there on October 13, 1944.  Pilot – William H. Strong.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on June 7, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on July 17, 1946.

555    44-70290  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70290 on July 7, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Used as communications aircraft by 20th FG.  While based at Sta. R-28, Furth, Germany with 111TRS, 10TRG it was damaged in a ground loop accident on October 10, 1945.  Pilot – Claude L. Dauster Jr.  Consigned to salvage on December 29. 1945.

556    44-70291  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70291 on July 7, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 9.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14. Reported involved in a landing accident at Harwick, UK. on January 7, 1945. No details. Pilot – Arthur P. Hurr. Reported involved in another accident at Little Walden, UK. on July 9, 1945.  May have been involved in another accident on May 29, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

557    44-70292  

Delivered to the USAAf as aircraft No. 44-70292 on July 7, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 9.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on August 19.  Later with th 9th Air Force.  May have later been involved in an accident and consigned to salvage.

558    44-70293

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No, 44-70293 on July 7, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Later with the 9th Air Force.

 559    44-70294    SE-ATB    78003

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft N0. 44-70294 on July 7, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on July 14.  Shown as “Diverted to unknown” on April 18, 1946.  Registered to AB Ahrenbergsflyg, Sweden as SE-ATB on August 29, 1946.  Sold to the Royal Swedish Air Force and coded as 78003. Reported destroyed by fire in 1956.

560    44-70295    N60808    HC-SNB-002  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70295 on July 12, 1944.  Flown to Bainbridge AAF, Georgia, arriving July 17.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on November 3, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to J.P. Mill, Nassau, New York and registered as N60808.  Later sold to Transportes Aeros Orientales, Quito, Ecuador and registered as HC-SNB-002.

 561    44-70296    NC55860    CF-KVB

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70296 on July 10, 1944 and assigned to 2122nd AAF Base Unit (Basic Pilot School, Air Training Command), Greenwood AAF, Mississippi.  Flown to the Modification Center, Romulus, Michigan then on to Greenwood arriving July 15, 1944.  In October 1944 it went to 20th AAF Base Unit (Fighter Combat Crew Training Station, First Air Force) Richmond, Virginia.  Later assigned to Shaw Field and then to the 2143rd AAF Base Unit (Pilot School, ATC) at Tuskagee AAF, Alabama.  While at Greenwood Field it was reported involved in a minor accident in Virginia on October 20.  Pilot – Ross E. Spence.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on February 25, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to H.W. Harbican, Whitehaven, Tennessee and registered as NC55860.  Sold to C-K Foods, Winnipeg, Manitoba on May 19, 1958 and registered to John D. Jenswold (President of C-K Foods), Duluth, Minnesota on May 23.  Flown to Winnipeg and registered to C-K Foods on June 6, 1958.  Registered to Northland Wild Rice, Winnipeg on September 11, 1959 and then on June 14n 1960 to Northland Airlines, Winnipeg.  Registered to Saskatchewan Government Airways, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan on April 3, 1961 then back to Northland Airlines on June 11, 1962.  Registered to Chiupka Airways, Lynn Lake, Manitoba on ust 28, 1962.   Damaged by fire at the dock in Lynn Lake on October 9, 1962.  Purchased from the insurance company by Barney Lamm (Ontario Central Airlines), Kenora, Ontario on June 21, 1965.  Rebuilt and registered to Ontario Central on June 8, 1969.  Registered to Austin Airways, Toronto, Ontario on March 15, 1979.  Bought by Wayne Sturman, Titusville, Florida on April 16, 1979.  Donated to the U.S Air Force Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton Ohio and is now on display painted in the colors of 44-70534 (c/n 799) as it appeared with Air Transport Command in Alaska in 1946.  Note that the aircraft features a one piece cargo door which was a post war modification.

562    44-70297    N55430    LG-AIA    TG-AIA  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70297 on July 10, 1944.  Flown to Blytheville AAF, Arkansas, arriving July 14.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on November 2, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Registered in the U.S.A. as N55430.  Sold to Empressa Guatemala de Aviacion, Guatemala City, Guatemala and registered as LG-AIA in May 1946.  Re-registered as TG-AIA on October 29, 1948 to comply with the change in registration prefixes.

563    44-70298    Nxxx    LV-AAV     LV-FER

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70298 on July 10, 1944.  Flown to Shaw Field, South Carolina, arriving July 11.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on November 2, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to South American Trading Corporation, New York, NY.  Later sold to Compania Argentina De Aeronavigacion, Argentina and registered as LV-AAV on January 22, 1947.  Re-registered as LV-FER on October 2, 1951.

564    44-70299    NC54665    N54665    CF-NJV  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70299 on July 12, 1944.  Flown to Lockbourne AAF, Ohio, arriving July 13.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ponca City, Oklahoma on October 11, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Turner Mack Aircraft Co., Newton, Kansas and registered as NC54665. Sold to Alaska Airlines Inc., Anchorage, Alaska. It was badly damaged at Cape Lisbon on July 21, 1953. Registered to Northern Fort Nelson Air Service, Fort Nelson, BC. as CF-NJV  on April 27, 1961. On June 15, 1961 it was badly damaged at N55’40, W111’28 (near Conklin, Alberta). In 1963 it was registered to McInnes Products Corporation, Edmonton, Alberta and then on June 2, 1969 to Allan Loutitt, Fort Smith, NWT. Registered to Buffalo Airways Ltd., Fort Smith, NWT on May 19, 1970. Destroyed at Thubun Lake (N61’41, W111’28), NWT on August 6, 1970. Aircraft crashed and overturned after engine failure after takeoff. Pilot had selected an empty tank. On October 15, 1972 it was reported sold to Ray Baret.  Salvaged in 1992 by Joe McBryan (Buffalo Airways) for possible rebuild. In 1970 total time was 8,889 hours.

565    44-70300  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70299 on July 12, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving July 15.  Shipped to Karachi, India on July 31.  Crashed at Siliguri, India on June 10, 1945.  Condemned on August 6, 1946.

566    44-70301  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70299 on July 12, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving July 15.  Shipped to Karachi, India on July 31.  While with 47DRS it was destroyed in a landing accident at Siliguri, India on June 10, 1945.  Pilot Henry C. Goetsch was killed.

567    44-70302  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70302 on July 12, 1944.  Flown to Maxwell Firld, Alabama, arriving July 16.  May have been damaged later as it is shown as being under survey.

568    44-70303    NC33177    CF-HCB

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70303 on July 25, 1944.  Flown to Maxwell Field, Alabama, arriving July 29.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on February 27, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to All American Aviation Co., Wilmington, Delaware and registered as NC33177 on July 9, 1945. . Also reported as being owned by Air Mail Express, Wilmington and equipped with in-flight mail pick-up device.  It was probablyonly operating as Air Mail Express as no change of ownershiprecords exist.  Sold to Norfolk – Cape Charles Airlines Inc. on December 10, 1947.  Sold to Eric Craddock, Toronto, Ontario on May 11, 1953 and registered as CF-HCB to Norsartic Ltd., Toronto, Ontario on September 29, 1953.  Bought by Canadian Aircraft Renters Ltd., Toronto, Ontario in 1956.  On May 19, 1956, while enroute from a DEW line site to Churchill, Manitoba, a precutionary landing was made on an ice floe at N65’26, W84,25.  Winds were higher than anticipated and fuel was low.  When the weather cleared, the pilot was unable to start the engine due to a dead battery.  On May 25 the aircraft broke loose from the ice floe and sank the following day.  The pilot was sighted by RCAF Lancaster on May 29 and rescued the following day by RCMP Otter.

 569    44-70304     HK-8P

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70304 on July 13, 1944.  Flown to Smith Reynolds AAF, Winston Salem, North Carolina, arriving July 20.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on July 14, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Went to the Honduran Air Force, Honduras in 1945.   Air Force serial numbers reported not used.  Registered in Colombia as HK-8P on August 16, 1947.  Aircraft reported retired in 1961.

570    44-70305    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70305 on July 13, 1944.  Flown to Smith Reynolds AAF, Winston Salem, North Carolina, arriving July 20.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus AAF, Oklahoma on July 29, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Mack John Inc., Plymouth, Indiana.

571    44-70306    NC59589      VO-ABL  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70306 on July 25, 1944.  Flown to Smith Reynolds AAF, Winston Salem, North Carolina, arriving July 27,  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on August 7, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to B.D. Keith, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and registered as NC59589.  Later bought by Buchan’s Mining Co., Buchans, Newfoundland and registered as VO-ABL. Crashed at Hall’s Bay, Newfoundland on June 20, 1947.

572    44-70307    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70307 on July 25, 1944.  Flown to De Ridder AAF, Louisiana, arriving July 28.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, DC.

573    44-70308    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70308 on July 28, 1944. Flown to Lemoure, California, arriving August 4.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cimarron, Texas on March 29, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Wm. Serhus, Washington, DC.

574    44-70309  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70309 on July 25, 1944.  Flown to Alexandria AAF, Louisiana, arriving July 29.

575    44-70310    NC5307        RX-144  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70310 on July 25, 1944.  Flown to Stout Field, Indiana, arriving July 27.  May have been in storage in Garden City, Kansas at one time.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cimarron, Texas on March 30, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Sportsman’s Airways Inc., Duluth, Minnesota and registered as NC53037.  Sold to Aviacion General SA, Panama and registered as RX-144.

576    44-70311  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70311 on July 25, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 26.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on August 10.  May have been involved in an accident on January 10, 1945.  Condemned on November 5, 1945.

577    44-70312  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70312 on July 28, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 31.  Shipped to The 8th Air Force in Europe on August 10.  May have been involved in an accident on May 11, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on December 10, 1945.

578    44-70313  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70313 on July 27, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 31. Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on August 10.  May have been involved in an accident on May 29, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

579    44-70314

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70314 on July 28, 1945.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 31.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on August 10.  Served on the Belgium/Holland coast.  May have been involved in an accident on January 29, 1947.  Condemned on February 27, 1947.  Loss adjusted on May 1, 1947 and consigned to salvage.

580    44-70315

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70315 on July 31, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving July 31.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on August 19.  May have been involved in an accident on May 22, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on June 28, 1945.

581      44-70316    NC79833  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70316 on July 28, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 3.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on August 10.  Used as communications aircraft by 351st BG.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to David M. Miller and registered as NC79833.  Later ferried to Israel.  (See c/n 527 for details).

582    44-70317    SE-APY

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70317 on July 28, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jerset, arriving August 3.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on August 10.  Show as “Diverted to unknown” on April 4, 1946.  Registered to Skandinaviska Aero AB, Stockholm, Sweden as SE-APY on September 26, 1946. Destroyed in a hangar fire at Vasteras, Sweden on January 26, 1949

 583    44-70318    HS-SGD  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70318 on August 5, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving August 12.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 3.  Reported sold in India on April 29, 1946.  Bought by Siamese Airways Co. Ltd., Bangkok, Thailand, and registered as HS-SGD on November 1, 1951. (Later Thai Airways Co. Ltd.).  Registration cancelled October 27, 1958.

 584    44-70319  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70319 on August 5, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving August 12.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 3.  May have been involved in an accident on June 30, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on September 5, 1945

585    44-70320  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70320 on August 5, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving August 8.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 3.  Destroyed by a tornado on March 20, 1945. 

586    44-70321  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70321 on August 5, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving August 12.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 5.  Destroyed by a tornado on March 20, 1945.

587    44-70322    CF-OBF

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70322 on July 25, 1944 but diverted to Ontario Provincial Air Service, Sault St. Marie, Ontario and registered as CF-OBF.  Registered to Central Northern Airways Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba on May 11. 1951.  Re-registered to Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba in 1956 when Central Northern and Arctic Wings merged to become Transair.  Registered to Northland Wild Rice, Winnipeg, Manitoba on January 28, 1965 and then on March 17, 1965 to Northland Airlines Ltd., Winnipeg.  On October 11, 1965 the aircraft went missing on a flight from a fish camp to Selkirk, Manitoba and was not found until June 1966.  The aircraft had crashed and burned, killing the pilot.  As of February 3, 1965 total time was 10,534 hours.

 588    44-70323  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70323 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving August 30.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 5.  May have been involved in an accident on May 31, 1945.  Condemned on August 8, 1945.

589    44-70324    FAB 05    2799

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70324 on September 1, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil. Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving September 6.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on September 21.  Coded as FAB 05 and later given serial 2799.

 590    44-70325    FAB 06     2800

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70325 on August 31, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil. Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving September 4.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on September 21.  Coded as FAB 06 and later given serial 2800.

591    44-70326    FAB 07     2801

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70326 August 31, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil. Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving September 18.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on September 21.  Coded as FAB 07 and later given serial 2801.

592    44-70327    FAB 08     2802

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70327 on August 31, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil. Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving September 18.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on September 21.  Coded as FAB 08 and later given serial 2802.

593    44-70328    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70328 on August 5, 1944.  Flown to Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, arriving August 12.  Reported in volved in tests there for six months.  May have suffered wing damage during this period.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ponca City, Oklahoma on December 11, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  . Sold to W.Y. Stafford, Harlingen, Texas.

594    44-70329  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70329 on August 5, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving August 29.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 3.  Destroyed by a tornado on March 20, 1945.

595    44-70330

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 44-70330 on August 7, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving August 25.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 3.  Destroyed by a tornado on March 20, 1945.

596    44-70331  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70331 on August 14, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving August 22.  May have been involved in an accident on June 28, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on September 5, 1945.

597    44-70332  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70332 on August 14, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving August 20.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 3.  May have been involved in an accident on June 26, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on September 5, 1945.

598    44-70333    HS-SGE  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70333 on August 14, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving August 22.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 3.  Bought by Siamese Airways Co. Ltd., Bangkok, Thailand in March 1946 and registered as HS-SGE. (Later renamed Thai Airways Co. Ltd.)  Destroyed when it ran off the end of the runway when landing at Mae Hong Son, Thailand on November 1, 1951.

599    44-70334  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70334 on August 14, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 15.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on August 28.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on November 20, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on January 18, 1945.

600    44-70335  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70335 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 17.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  May have been involved in an accident on October 30, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on December 29, 1945.

601    44-70336    SE-ASA    78002  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70336 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 19.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.   Later with the 9th Air Force.  Shown as diverted to unknown on April 8, 1946.  Registered to Norrlandsflyg AB., Lulea, Sweden as SE-ASA on November 26, 1946.  Sold to the Swedish Government and registered as 78002 on April 25, 1949 to Flygvapnet (Possibly operated by F.21 Norrlands Flygbasker), Lulea.  Crashed in a forced landing due to lack of fuel on July 14, 1954.

602     44-70337    NC79827

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No, 44-70337 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 20.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Bought by David M. Miller and registered as NC79827.  Later ferried to Israel.  (See c/n 527 for details).

            603        44-70338  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70338 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 20.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. R-40 with Hq., 485SrG it was destroyed in a landing accident near Grosse-Belsen, Germany on October 31, 1945.  Pilot – Russel E. Shouse.

604    44-70339    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70339 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Atlanta, Georgia, arriving August 24.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cimarron, Texas on March 28, 2946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to C.R. Hull, Detroit, Michigan.

605    44-70340    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70340 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 25.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 9.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on December 6, 1944.  Consigned to salvage on January 18, 1945.

606    44-70341  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70341 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 25.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 6.  May have been assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on April 30, 1947.

607    44-70342  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70342 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 21.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 6.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-81 with 326FRS, 1TpG it was damaged in a landing accident at Sta. A-62, Reims, France on Maech 23, 1945.  Pilot – George W. Stilley.  Consigned to salvage on April 30, 1945.

608    44-70343  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70343 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 21.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 9.  May have been involved in an accident on July 7, 1945.  Consigned to Salvage on September 6, 1945.

609    44-70344  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70344 on August 16, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 26.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 30.  Later with the 9th Aior Force.  May have been involved in an accident on April 7, 1946.  Consigned to salvage 0n July 17, 1946.

610    44-70345  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70345 on August 17, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 22.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on May 16, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

611    44-70346     NC74133

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No, 44-70346 on August 17, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 23.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 9.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Bought by David M. Miller and registered as NC74133.  Later ferried to Israel.  (See c/n 527 for details). 

612    44-70347    OO-AAR    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70347 on August 17, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 22.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 9.  Later shown as “Diverted to unknown”.  Registered to Air Union Belge, Le Zoute, Belgium OO-AAR on July 31, 1946. Reported as later having been scrapped.

 613    44-70348  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70348 on August 21, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 23.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 9.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

614    44-70349  

Delivered to the USAAf as aircraft No. 44-70349 on August 21, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 25.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  While based at Sta. Y-79, Mannheim, Germany with 919AES, 501SrG it was destroyed in a ground loop take off accident at Sta. Y-9, Dijon, France on July 2, 1945.  Pilot – Joseph L. Price Jr.

615    44-70350  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70350 on August 21, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 27.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 21.  Reported involved in an accident at Cox’s Hill, Bergholt, Essex, UK. on January 19, 1945. No details. Pilot – Russel C. Haworth.

616     44-70351    OK-YBB

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70351 on August 21, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 24.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  Later shown “Diverted to unknown”.  Later registered in Czechoslovakia as OK-YBB and  provided to BATA, a Czechoslovakian shoe company, for the purpose of starting a small in-country airline.  

617    44-70352           OK-YBA

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70352 on August 22, 1944, Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving August 25.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 9.   Transferred to Czechoslovakia,  registered as OK-YBA and provided to BATA, a Czechoslovakian shoe company, for the purpose of starting a small in-country airline.

618    44-70353  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70353 on August 23, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving September 23.  Shipped to Karachi, India on October 10.  May have been involved in an accident on September 22, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on November 10, 1945.

619    44-70354  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70354 on August 23, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving September 3.  Shipped to Karachi. India on September 21.

620    44-70355  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70355 on August 23, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving September 8.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 31.  Destroyed by fire on May 11, 1945.

621    44-70356  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70356 on August 24, 2944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving September 18.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 21.  Destroyed by a tornado on March 20, 1945.

622    44-70357     VT-CFV     AP-AGU  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70357 on August 26, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving September 5.  Shipped to Karachi, India on September 21.  Sold as surplus on April 29, 1946.  Registered to Northern Airways Ltd., Lahore, India as VT-CFV on September 10, 1946. Bought by Messrs. G.E.B. & Co. Ltd., Rawalpindi, Pakistan in 1956 and registered as AP-AGU.

623    44-70358    NC56782    PP-VBE  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70358 on August 25, 1944.  Flown to Winston Salem, North Carolina arriving August 29.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation in Ontario, California on November 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to B.J. Mulloy, Detroit, Michigan and registered as NC56782.  In 1947 it was with Varig Airlines in Brazil and registered as PP-VBE.  Crashed and was written off on December 18, 1950.

624    44-70359    NC1425  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70359 on August 25, 1944.  Flown to Winston Salem, North Carolina, arriving August 28.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus AAF, Oklahoma on August 27, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to B.A. Lynch, Washington, DC. And registered as NC1425.

625    44-70360    NC51131    CF-FQX

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70360 on October 30, 1944.  Flown to Roswell, New Mexico, arriving November 6.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia on September 22, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to L. Barney, Clay, Minnesota and registered as NC51131. Bought by Central Northern Airways Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba and registered as CF-FQX on June 17, 1947. Re-registered to Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba in 1956 when Central Northern and Arctic Wings merged to become Transair. Damaged at Bowden Lake, Manitoba on April 23, 1966. Directional control was lost during take-off and the undercarriage faild. Aircraft settled onto it’s right wing, causing substantial damage. In 1969 it was registered to AV Air Service, Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba and then in 1970 to Wendigo Wings, Lac du Bonnet. Registered to Pastew Developments, Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1973. Damaged at Pine Falls, Manitoba on July 25, 1974. During a precautionary landing the aircraft hit a log boom on it’s landing run. Pilot was unable to bring it up on shore. C of A expired on June 29, 1975 and not renewed till May 18, 1978 when it was registered to Northern Waters Air Service (R. Reinhold), Camp Robson, Ontario. Registered to Stan’s Flying Service, Ear Falls, Ontario in 1980. Company assets sold to Berton R. Leman (Ear Falls Airways) in June 1980. Registered to Ear Falls Airways, Ear Falls on January 16, 1981. On May 29, 1986 the aircraft overturned in high winds while on the water at Red Lake, Ontario. C of A expired on June 23, 1987. Aircraft reported rebuilt at redditt, Ontario and then on August 21, 1989 registered to Green Airways, Red Lake, Ontario.  

 626    44-70361    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70361 on August 28, 1944.  Flown to Del Rio, Texas, arriving September 2.  assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Vernon, Texas on February 11, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to F.J. Mason, New Orleans, Louisiana.

627    44-70362    NC54315     VO-ABW    CF-GPG  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70326 on August 28, 1944.  Flown to Phoenix, Arizona, arriving September 2.  While based at Luke Field, Arizona it was involved in an incident in Arizona on February 28, 1945.  No details.  Pilot – Harry M. Folmar.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on November 2, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Kansas City Southern Skyways Ltd., Kansas City, Missouri and registered as NC54315. Later sold to Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland and registered as VO-ABW. Re-registered as CF-GPG in 1949 after Newfoundland became a Canadian province. Crashed at Gander Lake, Newfoundland on August 18, 1950.

628    44-70363    Nxxx    CF-HAD

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70363 on August 28, 1944.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, Arriving September 2.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Vernon, Texas on October 13, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Byrd Air Transport, Dallas, Texas. Reported as having been in Cuba and used by dictator Fulgencio Batista at one time. Returned to Canada June 25, 1953 and registered to Canadian Renters Ltd., Toronto, Ontario as CF-HAD. Later with Bradley Air Services, Carp, Ontario. Destroyed at Uplands Airport, Ottawa, Ontario on March 10, 1959. On landing the aircraft veered to the left. Unable to maintain directional control, the pilot attempted a go-around but the aircraft struck a snow bank, flipped on it’s back and was destroyed. Pilot Weldy Phipps and one passenger escaped serious injury.

 629    44-70364    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70364 on September 1, 1944 and assigned to the Alaska Wing, Edmonton, Alberta.  Flown to Edmonton, arriving September 21.  Later in Alaska.  Returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ponca City, Oklahoma on December 5, 1945 for disposal as surplus. Sold to D.J. King, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

630    44-70365  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70365 on September 1, 1944 and assigned to the Alaska Wing, Edmonton, Alberta.  Flown to Edmonton, arriving September 10.  Appears to have been placed on the excess inventory list in 1946.

631    44-70366    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70366 on August 28, 1944.  Flown to Houston, Texas, arriving September 1.  Assigned to the reconstruction Finance Corporation Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia.  Sold to Pearson & Keeley, Upland, California.

632    44-70367    N88733

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70367 On September 1, 1944. Flown to Las Vegas AAF, Nevada, arriving September 8.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ontario, California on November 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to J.W. Daniels, Los Angeles, California. The 1960 FAA register shows it registered to Alaska Airlines Inc., Everett, Washington as N88733.

633    44-70368  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70368 on August 30, 1944.  Flown to Pueblo, Colorado, arriving September 4.  Appears to have later served in Alaska.

634    44-70369  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70269 on August 30, 1944.  Flown to Pueblo, Colorado, arriving September 3.  It was shipped to Antarctica in 1946 for use by Finne Ronne who had been contracted to conduct geographic exploration activities.  Returned to Wright-Patterson  AFB. Dayton, Ohio in 1948.

635    44-70370    NC58689    CF-IRE  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70370 on August 30, 1944.  Flown to Shreveport, Louisiana, arriving September 3.  With the 3rd Air Force.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Missoula, Montana on March 21, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, San Francisco, California and registered as NC58689. Later with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Oregon. Imported into Canada in 1956 and registered as CF-IRE to Central Northern Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Later the same year it was re-registered to Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba after Central Northern and Arctic Wings merged to become Transair.  Destroyed by fire at Eskimo Point (Arviat), NWT.on  August 28, 1958.  After fuelling, the pilot filled his lighter and in checking to see if it worked set the aircraft on fire.

636    44-70371    NC58690    CF-KAO  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70371 on August 28, 1944.  Flown to Tampa, Florida, arriving September 1.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Missoula, Montana on March 21, 1946 for disposal as surplus. Sold to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC. And registered as NC58690. Later with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Oregon. Imported into Canada in 1957 and registered  to Noorduyn Norseman Aircraft , Montreal as CF-KAO in 1958.  In 1959 it was registered to Rod Air Service, Montreal Quebec and then in 1962 to Rodair Inc., Montreal.  Bought from Air Brochu by Austin Airways, Toronto, Ontario and registered to them in 1968.  Registered to Ronald Michaluk and George Brotherston (St. Andrews Airways), Winnipeg, Manitoba on January 4, 1972.  On lease from Gayle Air.  Registered to St. Andrews Airways Ltd. On May 14, 1972.  C of A expired April 27, 1976.  Sale reported in 1977 but no details given.  On May 14, 1982 it was registered to Sally W. Young, Perrault Falls, Ontario and then on June 30, 1982 to Lac du Bonnet Air Service, Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba.  On lease form Sally Young.  Registered to Gawley’s Northern Waters Air Service, Red Lake, Ontario on May 13, 1986 and then to Peter A. Kay, Ear falls, Ontario on April 20, 1990.  Registered to Chimo Air Service, Red Lake, Ontario on November 30, 1994.

 637    44-70372    NC58691    CF-LSS      N78691

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70372 on August 30, 1944.  Flown to Hunter Field, Savannah, Georgia, arriving September 3.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Missoula, Montana on March 21, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to the U.S Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC. and registered as NC58691.  Reported Imported into Canada in 1959.  Registered to Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario as CF-LSS on January 18, 1961.  On July 28, 1961 it was registered to Cross Lake Air Service, Wabowden, Manitoba and then on May 14, 1973 to Perimeter Aviation Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba.  (Lease from R.W. Polinuk).  Registered to Kyro’s Albany River Airways, Thunder Bay, Ontario on May 15, 1974.  C of A expired April 29, 1975. The U.S. Register shows it registered to Forrest L. Klies, Basin, Montana as N78691 on October 17, 2001.  Recovered and painted by Weber’s Aero Repair, Alexandria, Minnesota in April 2006 and returned to Montana.

 638    44-70373    NC18588    CF-DHW  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70373 on September 1, 1944.  Flown to Gulfport, Mississippi, arriving September 3.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Reported registered as NC18588 in the United States at one time. Registered to Interprovincial Air Service on April 27, 1946 and then to Northern Wings Co. Ltd., Levis, Quebec on November 8, 1946. Destroyed at  Sept Iles, Quebec on December 18, 1946. No details.

639    44-70374    NC49768    CF-GSS  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70374 on September 10, 1944.  Flown to Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma, arriving September 21.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to W.J. Dillner, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania and registered as NC49768. Bought by Millard Auto Aero-Marine, Toronto, Ontario on May 29, 1950 and registered as CF-GSS.  Registered to Central Northern Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba on June 9, 1950. Destroyed by fire at Sioux Lookout, Ontario on December 3, 1952. The fire destroyed office, hangar and aircraft. As of May 26, 1952 total time was 1,602 hours.

640        44-70374        NC49768        LV-AAX

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70375 on August 31, 1944 and assigned to the Alaska Wing, Edmonton, Alberta.  Flown to Edmonton, Arriving September 17.  Later returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 18, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to South American Trading Corp., New York, NY.  Later sold to Compania Argentina De Aeronavigacion,  Argentina and registered as LV-AAX in May 1946.

 641    44-70376    N61323  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70376 on August 31, 1944 and assigned to the Alaska Wing, Edmonton, Alberta.  Flown to Edmonton, arriving September 19.  Later returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ponca City, Oklahoma on November 28, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to B.I. Rinehart, Donna, Texas. The 1960 FAA register shows it owned by Western Alaska Airlines Inc., Dillingham, Alaska as N61323 with the last C of A being issued in October 1955.

642    44-70377    SE-AYW  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70377 on September 5, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 7,  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 9.  Shown “Diverted to unknown” on June 18, 1946.  Registered to Ostermans Aero AB, Sweden on January 25, 1947 as SE-AYW. Crashed on Lake Sitasjaure and sank on September 25, 1950.

 643     44-70378    SE-ASI    F-OALR    F-LAAD  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70378 on September 5, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 7.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 6.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  Shown “Diverted to unknown” on April 17, 1946.  Registered to AB TTT-Flyg, Sweden on September 23, as SE-ASI. Sold to Cie Laotian De Commerce, Hanoi, Viet Nam August 8, 1952 and registered as F-OALR.  Sold to Cie Veha-Akat, Laos in November 1955 and registered as F-LAAD. Certificate of Registration #193340 dated October 13, 1955.  Later reported as being with Air America as N3099.

644    44-70379         OK-YDC       OK-EOT

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70379 on September 9, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 9.  Transferred to Czechoslovakia in November 1946 under the U.S. Military Defence Aid Program.  Registered as OK-YDC  to Ceskoslovenske Statni Aerolini (Czechoslovakian Airlines).  Later transferred to the Aeroclub and re-registered as OK-EOT.

645    44-70380    SE-ASM    OY-ADK

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70380 on September 9, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 10.   Shown “Diverted to unknown” on April 17, 1946,  Registered to Trafik-Turist Transportflyg, Ostersund, Sweden as SE-ASM on September 23, 1946.  Registered to H. Faurschou & S. Andersson, Fjardhundra, Sweden on January 9, 1952. On May 5, 1952 it was registered to Transportflyg, Ostersund and then on August 10, 1955 to Ostermans Aero AB., Stockholm. Sold to Gronlandsdepartementet, Denmark and registered as OY-ADK on July 09, 1957.

646    44-70381    HB-UIK    OH-NOA  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70381 on September 5, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 7.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 6.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. Y-86, Kaufbeuren, Germany with 338FS, 55FG it was damaged in a take off accident there on October 27, 1945.  Pilot – James A. Brennan.  Diverted to Switzerland on November 4, 1946 and registered as HB-UIK.  Among other things, it along with HB-UIL (c/n 727) was used to help return the Swiss gold reserves from Fort Knox during the winter of 1947/48.  The reserves were shipped by sea to Lisbon then flown on night flights to Geneva with stops at Madrid and Barcelona.  Bought by Voukralento Oy, Kuopio, Finland on May 7, 1951 and registered as OH-NOA.  Sold to Olavi Peltonin, Helsinki, Finland on March 19, 1952.  Sold to Tilauslento Oy, Oulo, Finland  on September 29, 1952.  Sold to Aarne Tirkkonen, Tampere, Finland on June 26, 1956.  January 15, 1958 sold to Pentti Riitaoja, Leppavesi, Finland and operated by the Sarkka brothers.  It was removed from the registry on October 14, 1969 and supposedly scrapped.  Another report had it in storage at the Sarkka Brothers site near Jyvaskyla, Finland.  Interestingly, it had been flown off water using a shortened pair of floats from a Dornier DO-22 and off snow using a pair of skis from a Fokker C-10.

647    44-70382  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70382 on September 9, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 9.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on May 29, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

648    44-70383  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70383 on September 13, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 16.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 6.  While with 12th TAC, it crashed and was destroyed 20 miles SE of Schweinfurt, Germany on November 15, 1945.  Weather was blamed.  Pilot Lawrence D. Kimborugh and three passengers died.

649    44-70384    LN-PAD    R-AI    LN-TSR    LN-BFN    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70384 on September 14, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 16.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 6.  Diverted to Norway on February 28, 1947.  Bought by Polarfly N.N.L A/S, Narvik, Norway and registered as LN-PAD on July 17, 1947.  Bought by Wideroes Flyveselskap A/S, Narvik, Norway.  Later bought by the Royal Norwegian Air Force as a replacement for c/n 783 and coded R-AI.  Was fitted with floats and sent to Skattora AFB, Tromso on June 6, 1955.  It returned to Horten October 12, 1955 for major inspection where it was refitted with wheel gear and sent to LKV, Sola AFB.  It was in storage in Voernes in 1958 when it was ordered to be made ready for special duty within a week and was then transferred to 335 Squadron at Gardermoen.  By September 11, 1958 it was stationed at Orlandet AFB and was offered for sale with 2519 hours on June 26, 1959 . Bought by A/S Solbergsfly / Wideroes Flyveselskap on wheels December 9, 1959 . It was given registration LN-TSR but this was not taken up.  Sold to Fjellfly, Skien on July 9, 1963 and was registered as LN-BFN on July 17, 1963 . C of A expired March 31, 1967 and it was sold to Turistflyg, Arjeplog, Sweden for use as spares.

650    44-70385  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70385 on September 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 22.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 5.  May have been involved in an accident on December 8, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on April 30, 1946.

651    44-70386  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70386 on September 14, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 16.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 11.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. Y-86, Fritzlar, Germany with 893AES, 475ASG it was heavily damaged in a take off accident there on October 11, 1945.  May have been written off.  Pilot – William J. Marshall.

652    44-70387  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70387 on September 13, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 16.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on February 15, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on April 4, 1946.

653    44-70388     NC79830

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70388 on September 13, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 16.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Bought by David M. Miller and registered as NC79830.  Later ferried to Israel.  (See c/n 527 for details). 

654    44-70389  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70389 on September 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 21.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

655    44-70390  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70390 on September 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 22.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  May have been involved in an accident on May 29, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

656    44-70391  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70390 on September 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 22.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  Used as communications aircraft by 4th FG.  May have been involved in an accident on May 29, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

657    44-70392  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70392 on September 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 23.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  May have been involved in an accident on June 20, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

658    44-70393   OK-ZDA

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft N0. 44-70393 on September 22, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 23.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  Later registered in Czechoslovakia as OK-ZDA and provided to the Slovakian branch of the BATA firm and operated by Zavody Devateho Augusta. 

659    44-70394  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70394 on September 22, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 23.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 5.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-70, Laon / Couvron, France with 43ADG it was destroyed in a crash 6 miles south of Sta. R-44, Goppingen, Germany on October 1, 1945.  Pilot Robert T. Rose was killed.

660    44-70395  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70395 on September 22, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving September 24.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 5.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-42, Villacoubley, France it was damaged (Possibly destroyed) there on August 18, 1945.  Pilot – Leo G. Askew Jr.

661    44-70396    SE-APX     OY-ABN

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70396 on September 28, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arrivind September 29.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on October 3.  Shown “Diverted to unknown” on January 31, 1946. Registered to Skandinaviska Aero AB, Stockholm, Sweden  on April 3, 1946 as SE-APX.  June 30, 1948 it was sold to Groenlandsdepartmentet, Denmark and registered as OY-ABN.  Served with the Lauge Koch expedition in Greenland circa 1956.

 662    44-70397    FAB 09     2803

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70397 on October 13, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving October 19.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on November 2. Coded as FAB 09 and later given serial 2803.

 663    44-70398    FAB 10     2804

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70398 on October 13, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving October 18.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on November 29.  Coded as FAB 10 and later given serial 2804.

664    44-70399    FAB 11     2805

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70399 on October 13, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving October 19.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on November 2.  Coded as FAB 11 and later given serial 2805.

665    44-70400    FAB 12    2806

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70400 on October 13, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving October 29.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil.  Coded as FAB 12 and later given serial 2806.

666    44-70401    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70401 on September 30, 1944.  Flown to Santa Ana AAF, California, arriving October 25.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 22, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to K.E. Lehman, Minfola, New York.

 667    44-70402    N69795  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70402 on September 30, 1944.  Flown to Merced AAF, California, arriving October 15.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 26, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Total time 142 hours.  Sold to Maynard Dowell, Chicago, Illinois, registered as N69795, and used for sight seeing tours in the U.S. Midwest. Bought by Randall and Zimma, Chicago, Illinois who fitted it with floats and moved it to Alaska. It was sold to Western Alaska Airlines in 1947. Bought by Parachutes Incorporated in 1959 for use as a skydiving platform. Ferried to Orange, Massachusetts where it was modified for sky diving use. Flown to Ryan Field, Memet, California for the opening of a sky diving facility there. Returned to Orange, Mass. for the World Skydiving meet in1962 then to Lakewood, New Jersey in 1963. Went to Crawfordsville, Indiana to open a skydiving facility there, then to Elsinore, California to open yet another facility. From there it returned to Orange, Mass. In July 1979, carrying 9 parachutists and 21 year old pilot Michael Hirsch, it lost power at 400 feet, crashed in a wooded area and burned. All on board survived.

 668    44-70403    Nxxx     LV-XYV     LV-FFH

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70403.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Firld, Augusta, Georgia on September 28, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Maryland Airlines, Easton, Maryland.  Registered in Argentina as LV-XYV on May 8, 1947.  Re-registered as LV-FFH on July 13, 1964.  As of May 2007 the aircraft was in the process of being restored by Pablo Colombo, Mar del Plata, Argentina.

669    44-70404    N59888    OB-M-249   CF-ZMX

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70404 on October 3, 1945.  Flown to Lowry Field, Denver, Colorado, arriving October 16.  Assigned to the RFC, Kingham in November 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Byrd Air Transport, Dallas, Texas and registered as NC59888.  Later bought by Bruce Hallock, based in Texas and outfitted to haul lobster from British Honduras (Belize).   Later sold to missionaries in Peru and registered there as OB-M-249.   Delivered to Peru By Bruce Hallock and his wife.  Imported into Canada in 1971.  Registered to Bearskin Lake Air Service, Big Trout Lake, Ontario on February 24, 1973 as CF-ZMX.  Bought by Rae Baret in 1977.  Registered to Raecom Exploration and Titan Drilling, Yellowknife, NWT. in 1978.  Damaged at Yellowknife on April 22, 1981.  Take off was attempted in a restricted area and the aircraft hit a boat and dock.  Shipped to Calgary, Alberta for repair but donated to the Calgary Aerospace Museum when the cost of repair was found to be too high.  Traded to Joe McBryan for Sikorski helicopter CF-JTI in 1987.  Reported as sold to an individual in Colorado. (unconfirmed)  Registered to Trout Lake Lodge, Red Lake, Ontario July 20, 2000.

670    44-70405    N736  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70405 on October 3, 1944.  Flown to Enid AAF, Oklahoma, arriving October 15.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 22, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Maryland Airlines, Easton, Maryland.  The 1960 FAA register shows it registered as N736 to Parachutes Incorporated, Orange, Massachusetts.

671    44-70406    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70406 on October 15, 1944.  Flown to Frederick AAF, Oklahoma, arriving October 25.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia on September 22, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Wm. Serhus, Washington, DC.

672    44-70407    N59963     CF-IRI

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70407 on October 3, 1944.  Flown to Scott Field, Illinois, arriving October 17.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ponca City, Oklahoma on October 11, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Byrd Air Transportation, Dallas, Texas.  Bought by Ontario Central  Airlines, Kenora, Ontario in 1956 and registered as CF-IRI.  Later with Canadian Voyageur Airlines.  Written off at Pekogaming Lake, Ontario on May 25, 1966.  Shortly after take-off the engine lost power.  The aircraft crashed into trees and was destroyed.  The pilot and five passengers were injured, one seriously.

673    44-70408    NC59788     CF-EPZ  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70408 on October 3, 1944.  Flown to San Angelo AAF, Texas, arriving October 15.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Vernon Field, Texas on October 10, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Byrd Air Transport, Dallas, Texas and registered as NC59788.  Bought by Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario. Registration CF-EPZ was allotted on February 3, 1953 and activated on March 13, 1953.  On September 9, 1955 at McDowell Lake, Ontario, while preparing for take off, an approaching thunder storm caused the pilot to abandon the take off and seek shelter.  Before reaching a sheltered cove the aircraft was overturned by strong winds.  The aircraft was salvaged and ferried to Kenora for repairs.  Registered to Parsons Airways Northern, Flin Flon, Manitoba on January 27, 1959.  On February 26, 1959 it was registered to Fred Chiupka, Lynn Lake, Manitoba and then on January 4, 1961 re-registered to Chiupka Airways, Lynn Lake.  Registered to Parsons Airways, Kenora, Ontario on May 10, 1963 and then back to Chiupka Airways on June 2, 1967.  Registered to Dolbeau Air Service, Montreal, Quebec on September 21, 1971. On September 20, 1973, while enroute from Misstassini Post to Cache Lake, Quebec, the aircraft crashed into trees and burned.  Pilot and three passengers on board.  One injury.  As of May 29, 1973 total time was 8,184 hours.

674    44-70409  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No, 44-70409 on November 14, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 20.  Sent to San Francisco on April 17 for shipment.  Shown departing the U.S. on April 17 but no destination shown. (Possibly Brisbane, Australia)  Orders issued in Japan on August 28, 1947 assigning it to the Foreign Liquidation Commission for disposal as surplus.

675    44-70410  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70410 on November 10, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving November 23.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 17.  By orders issued in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines it was consigned to salvage on November 11, 1945.

676    44-70411  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70411 on November 14, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving November 29.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12 and shipped on April 17 but no destination shown.  (Possibly Brisbane, Australia)  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission for disposal as surplus on August 14, 1947.  Shown as sold on December 8, 1947.

677    44-70412  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft no. 44-70412 on November 21, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 12.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and shipped on April 17 but no destination shown. (Probably Brisbane, Australia)  May have been involved in an accident on December 12, 1945.  By orders issued in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines it was condemned on April 19, 1946.

678    44-70413  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70413 on November 16, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 4.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and shipped on April 17 but no destination shown.  (Probably Brisbane, Australia)  May have been involved in an accident on September 25, 1945.  By orders issued in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines it was condemned on October 11, 1945.

679    44-70414    PI-C-263  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70414 on November 17, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 16.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and shipped on April 17 but no destination shown. (Probably Brisbane, Australia)  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on August 28, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Philippines Airlines Inc., Manila, Philippines and registered as PI-C-263.  Reported fitted with floats.  Reported written off on August 21, 1953.

680    44-70415  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70415 on November 20, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 7.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and shipped on April 17 but no destination shown.  (Probably Brisbane, Australia)  May have been involved in an accident on September 19, 1946.  By orders issued in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines it was condemned on October 1, 1946.

681    44-70416    PI-C-28  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70416 on November 22, 1944.  Ferried to Oakland, California.  During the ferry flight it was damaged at Rome Air Depot, Rome, New York on December 15.  Repaired and departed Rome on March 26, 1945, arriving Oakland on April 9.  Shipped to Brisbane, Australia on June 11.  Placed on the excess inventory list on July 23, 1946.  Sold to Philippines Airlines Inc., Manila, Philippines and registered as PI-C-28.

682    44-70417  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70417 on November 21, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 20.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 17.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on August 19, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Reported sold on December 8, 1947.

683    44-70418  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70418 on November 21, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 23.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 17.  May have been involved in an accident on October 28, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on November 13, 1946.

684    44-70419  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70419 on November 21, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving January 29, 1945.  Sent to San Francisco on May 3, 1945 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on May 8.  Manila, Luzon, Philippines reported in sold on May 28, 1946.

685    44-70420

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70420 on November 22, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 10.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 17.  By orders issued in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines it was placed on the excess inventory list on February 10, 1946.  May have been involved in an accident on September 10, 1946.  Condemned on October 1, 1946.

686    44-70421  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70421 on November 25, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 13.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on May 5.  By orders issued in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines it was placed on the excess inventory list on February 10, 1946.  Destroyed by a typhoon on November 5, 1946.

687    44-70422  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70422 on November 25, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 20.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 17.  Orders issued in Japan placed it on the excess inventory list on January 31, 1947.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on August 14, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

688    44-70423  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70423 on November 21, 1944.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving December 21.  Sent to San Francisco on April 12, 1945 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 17.  Orders issued in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines placed it on the excess inventory list on February 10, 1946.  It is shown as consigned to salvage on October 11, 1946 and then as sold on January 28, 1947.

689    44-70424  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70424 on November 29, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 1.  Sent to New York on January 2, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 4.  Reported sold in India on April 29, 1946.  Later reported as registered to Philippine Airlines as PI-C-263.

690    44-70425    VT-AZL  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70425 on November 28, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Sent to New York on January 6, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 9.  Sold to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZL on March 1, 1946.  Registered to Metcaero Engineers Ltd., Bombay on May 24, 1951.  Registration cancelled in 1952.  Assumed written off.

 691    44-70426   

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70426 on November 25, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 9.  Sent to New york on January 6, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 9.  May have been involved in an accident on May 17, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on July 3, 1945.  

692    44-70427    VT-AZD  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70427 on November 28, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 1.  Sent to New York on January 2, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 6.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZD on March 1, 1946. Registration cancelled on May 1, 1956 when it was reported as being beyond economical repair.  Cause unknown.

693    44-70428  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70428 on November 25, 1946.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 1.  Sent to New York on January 2, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 4.  Reported sold in India on April 29, 1946.

694    44-70429    VT-AZN    F-xxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70429 on November 28, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 1.  Sent to New York on January 2, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 4.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZN.  Registered to Anderson Air Associates, Calcutta, India on January 20, 1953.  Sold to Cie. Laotienne de Commerce et de Transport, Hanoi on May 25, 1953.

695    44-70430    HS-SGA  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70430 on November 30, 1944.   Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 4.  Sent to New York on January 6, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 9.  Sold as surplus to Siamese Airways Co. Ltd., (later Thai Airways Co. Ltd.) Bangkok, Thailand and registered as HS-SGA.  Damaged in forced landing due to engine failure on December 20, 1952.  Registration cancelled October 27, 1958.

696    44-70431  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70431 on November 30, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 2.  Sent to New York on January 6, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 7.  May have been involved in an accident on July 14, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on September 6, 1945.

697    44-70432  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70432 on November 30, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 2.  Sent to New York on January 6, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 9.  Appears to have served in China.  A report from Chungking, China shows it sold on September 26, 1946.

698    44-70433     VT-AYP  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70433on November 30, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 2.  Sent to New York on January 6, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 9.  Sold as surplus to Hindustan Times, New Delhi, India and registered as VT-AYP on February 25, 1946.  Registered to Indamer Co. Ltd., Bombay, India on May 21, 1949.  Registered to Siamese Airways, Thailand as HS-SGF in November 1950.  Written off in Tak Province in early 1951.

 699    44-70434  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70434 on November 17, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving November 25.  Sent to New York on January 4, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India.  Crashed on June 21, 1945 and was condemned on September 5, 1945.

700    44-70435     VT-AZS

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70435 on November 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 2.  Sent to New York on January 4, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZS on March 11, 1946.

701    44-70436     VT-AZP    F-xxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70436 on November 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 2.  Sent to New York on January 2, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 9.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India on March 11, 1946.  Registered to Anderson Air Associates, Calcutta, India on January 20, 1953.  On May 25, 1953 it was registered to Cie. Laotienne de Commerce et de Transport, Hanoi, Viet Nam.

702    44-70437     VT-CAV    ET-P-6  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70437 on November 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 4.  Sent to New York on January 6, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 9.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India.  Sold to D.R. Bishoftu, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and registered as ET-P-6.  Aircraft was ground-looped landing at Beirut, Lebanon on July 16, 1950.  Damage repaired.  On January 19, 1951 it burst a tire landing at Nairobi, Kenya, causing damage to the port wing tip and undercarriage.  Damage was repaired.  Next owned by Instructors Flying Club, Addis Ababa.

703    44-70438    VT-AZQ  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70438 on November 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 1.  Sent to New York on January 2, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 4.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZQ on March 11, 1946. Registration cancelled in 1948.  Assumed written off.

704    44-70439  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70439 on November 6, 1944.  Flown to Los, Angeles, California, arriving November 22.  Shipped to Brisbane, Australia on February 19, 1945.  Appears to have served in the Philippines.  On orders issued in Manila, Luzon, Philippines it was diverted to Kisarazu, Japan on May 31, 1946.  May have been involved in an accident on June 31, 1946.  Condemned on August 23, 1946.

705    44-70440    PI-C-228  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.44-70440 on November 9, 1944.  Flown to Los Angeles, California, arriving November 30.  Shipped to Brisbane, Australia on December 19.  Sold as surplus to Philippine Air Lines Inc., Manila and registered as PI-C-228.

706    44-70441  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70441 on November 13, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, Arriving December 12.  Sent to Los Angeles on January 5, 1945 and shipped to Brisbane, Australia on January 9.  May Have been involved in an accident on March 6, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on June 10. 1945.

707    44-70442  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70442 on November 13, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving November 27.  Sent to Los, Angeles on December 8 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on December 19.  Appears to have served in the Philippines.  On orders issued in Manila, Luzon, Philippines it was diverted to Kisarazu, Japan on June 28, 1946.  Placed on the excess inventory list on January 31, 1947 and to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

708    44-70443  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70443 on November 15, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving December 18.  Sent to Los Angeles on January 8, 1945 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on January 19.  Later with the 20th Air Force.  Damaged in a landing accident at Tachikawa Air Base, Japan on November 4, 1945.  Pilot – Reay S. Dick.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on August 28, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

709    44-70444  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70444 on November 16, 1944. Flown to Pueblo, Colorado, Arriving December 9.  May have later served at Fort Worth, Texas and Alaska.

710    44-70445  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70445 on November 29, 1944.  Flown to Pueblo, Colorado, arriving December 17.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Denver, Colorado on February 27, 1946 for disposal as surplus.

711    44-70446     NC79826

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70445 on November 29, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 2.  Sent to New York on March 27, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffen hofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Bought by David M. Miller and registered as NC79826.  Later ferried to Israel.  (See c/n 527 for details).

712    44-70447    SE-AYG  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70447 on December 5, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 9.  Sent to New York on March 28, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Diverted to Sweden on July 18, 1946.  Sold as surplus to Aerosflyg  AB, Vasteras, Sweden and registered as SE-AYG on December 9, 1946. Sank at Mavasjaune, NW of Lulea on September 8, 1948.

713    44-70448    NC79828    ZS-DNH    F-OBGU    TR-LKP  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70488 on December 5, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Sent to New York on March 28, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Sold as surplus to Maluti Air Services Ltd., Maseru, Lesotho (South Africa) and registered as ZS-DNH on September 14, 1955.(May have had a previous owner)  Later registered to Cie. Aerienne, J.C. Brouillet, Libreville, Gabon as F-OBGU.  Re-registered as TR-LKP when Gabon won it’s independence. Reported as later scrapped.

714    44-70449  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70449 on November 29.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 5.  Sent to New York on March 28, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

715    44-70450  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70450 on November 29, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 2.  Sent to New York on March 27, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  May have been involved in an accident on July 25, 1947.  Consigned to salvage on August 25, 1947.

716    44-70451  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70451 on December 5, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Sent to New York on March 28, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  May have been involved in an accident on January 29, 1947.  Condemned on February 27, 1947.

717    44-70452  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70452 on December 5, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 21.  Sent to New York on March 28, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  May have been involved in an accident on July 5, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on September 6, 1945.

718    44-70453     VT-CFM  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70453 on January 19, 1945.  Flown to Oakland, California, arriving January 27.  Sent to Los Angeles and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia.  (Dates not legible)  On May 28, 1946, Manila, Luzon, Philippines reported it sold.  Bought by Government of Orissa, Cuttack, India and registered as VT-CFM on September 12, 1946.

719    44-70454  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70454 on December 5, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving December 19.  Shipped to Karachi, India on April 8, 1945.  Served with the 10th Air Force.  While with 596AES, 380SrG it was destroyed in a take off accident at Karachi, India on September 3, 1945.   Pilot – Raymond M. Christy.

720    44-70455  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70455 on December 5, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving December 21.  Sent to Los Angeles on January 19, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on April 8, 1945.  Served with the 10th Air Force.  While with 374BS, 308BG it was damaged in a take off accident at Lalmanir Hat, India on September 3, 1945.  Pilot – Eugene M. Knight.

721    44-70456    HS-SGC  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70456 on December 8, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving December 19.  Sent to Los Angeles on January 20, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on April 8, 1945.  Reported sold in India on April 29, 1946.  Bought by Siamese Airways Co. Ltd., (Later Thai Airways Co. Ltd.) Bangkok, Thailand and registered as HS-SGC.

 722    44-70457     VT-AZE  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70457. (Date not legible)  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving January 17, 1945.  Sent to Los Angeles on February 3 and was shipped to Karachi, India on April 8, 1945.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZE on March 1, 1946.  Registration cancelled on May 1, 1956.  Aircraft reported as being beyond economical repair. Cause unknown.

 723    44-70458    NC74134

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70458 on December 15, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 20.  Sent to New York on March 27, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  While based at Sta R-30, Industriehafen, Germany with 405FS, 371FG it was damaged in a ground loop there on June 19, 1945.  Pilot – Wilbur E. Dunkel.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.   Bought by David M. Miller and registered as NC74134.  Later ferried to Israel.  (See c/n 527 for details).

724    44-70459  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70459 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  (Dates not legible)  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe from New York on March 29, 1945.  Later with the 9th Air Force and shown consigned to salvage.

725    44-70460     OK-YDD 

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70460 on December 15, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 20.  Sent to New York on March 27, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.    Later registered in Czechoslovakia as OK-YDD to Ceskoslovenske Statni Aerolini (Czechoslovakian Airlines).

726    44-70461  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70461 on December 5, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Sent to New York on March 27, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  May have been involved in an accident on September 21, 1945.  Consigned to salvage on November 8, 1945.

727    44-70462    HB-UIL

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70462 on December 18, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 21.  Sent to New York on March 28, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. R-70, Kaufbeuren, Germany with 343FS, 55FG it was damaged in a take off ground loop accident there on August 17, 1945.  Pilot – William D. Staggs.  Diverted to Switzerland on November 21, 1946.  Bought by Aero Union AG, Grenchen, Switzerland and registered as HB-UIL in 1946. Among other things, it along with HB-UIK (c/n 646) was used to help return the Swiss gold reserves from Fort Knox during the winter of 1947/48.  The reserves were shipped by sea to Lisbon then flown on night flights to Geneva with stops at Madrid and Barcelona.  In 1958 it was registered to Max Datwyler & Co., Langenthal.  On March 27, 1961 it was destroyed in an attempted forced landing due to fuel starvation.  It was on a flight from Lome, Togo to Libreville, Gabon and crashed near Rio Benito, Spanish Guinea (Equitorial Guinea).  Pilot: Konrad Elsaffer.

728    44-70463    SE-ASK    LN-SUW  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70463 on December 20, 1944and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Sent to New York on March 27, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th aIr Force in Euroope on March 29.  Diverted to Sweden on April 26, 1946.  Bought by Trafik Turist Transportflyg AB, Ostersund, Sweden and registered as SE-ASK on September 30, 1946 . Registered to H. Faurschou & S. Andersson, Srangnas on November 6, 1952.  Sold to Wideroes Flyveselskap og Polarfly A/S, Narvik, Norway and registered as LN-SUW on May 15, 1953.  On October 3, 1953, it caught fire on take-off at Narvik and was destroyed.

729    44-70464  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70464 on December 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 21.  Sent to New York on March 27, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

730    44-70465

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70465 on December 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 26.  Sent to New York on March 28, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

731    44-70466  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70466 on December 22, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 29.  Sent to New York and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 9, 1945.  Reported sold in India on March 29, 1946.

732    44-70467  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70467 on December 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 30.  Sent to New York and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 9, 1945.  Served with the 10th Air Force.  While with 166LS, 1ACG it was damaged in a take off accident at Jamshedpur, India on September 29, 1945.  Pilot – Lawrence R. King.  Placed on the excess inventory list on November 30, 1945.

733    44-70468     VT-AZO    ET-T-31    VP-KNG    ZS-DMB  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70468 on December 22, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving December 30.  Sent to New York on January 6, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 9.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd. (Later Indian Overseas Airlines), Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZO on March 11, 1946 . Sold to Ethiopian Airlines Inc., Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and registered as ET-T-31.  Bought by Noon and Pierce Air Charters Ltd., Nairobi, Kenya in 1956 and registered as VP-KNG for transit to South Africa.  Re-registered as ZS-DBM to Maluti Air Service, Maseru, Lesotho (South Africa) on May 24, 1955.  Crashed at Leribe, Batusoland June 13, 1955.

734    44-70469     VT-CFF  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70469 on December 22, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 6, 1945.  Shipped to Karachi, India on January 9.  Sold as surplus to Tata Aircraft Ltd., Titagark, India and registered as VT-CFF on June 24, 1946.  Registered to J. Tate, Calcutta, India on May 8, 1947.  Registration cancelled on September 13, 1950 following a crash.

735    44-70470  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70470 on December 20, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 17, 1945.  Sent to New York on February 24, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on February 26.  Served with the 10th Air Force.  While with 128ACS, 62ACG it was destroyed in a crash landing following engine failure near Daudkundi, India on September 21, 1945.   Pilot – Richard W. Wilkinson.

736    44-70471    VT-CGS  

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 44-70471 on December 29, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving January 17, 1945.  Sent to Los Angeles on February 5, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on April 8, 1945.  Sold as surplus to Hindustan Aircraft Co.,  Bangalore, India and registered as VT-CGS on October 4, 1946.  Registration cancelled in 1952. Assumed written off.

737    44-70472     VT-AYx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70472 on December 22, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving January 17, 1945.  Sent to Los Angeles on February 2, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on April 8, 1945.  Sold as surplus to The Maharaja Jam Sahib of Nawanagar, Jamnagar, India and registered either as VT-AYF or AYE (See c/n 762) on February 25, 1946.  The aircraft was blown into a ditch at Juhu airport, Bombay during a hurricane on November 20, 1948.  Both wings, elevators and rudder spars were badly damaged and the aircraft written off.

738    44-40473  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70473 on December 22, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving January 13, 1945.  Reported sold on February 10, 1946.

739    44-70474     VT-AXU  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft N0. 44-70474 on December 30, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving January 25, 1945.  Sent to Los Angeles on March 10, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on April 8.  Sold as surplus to The Maharaja Jam Sahib of Nawanagar, Jamnagar, India and registered as VT-AXU on February 25, 1946.  Registration cancelled in 1955.  Assumed written off.

740    44-70475    FAB 13    2807

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70475 on January 16, 1945 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving January 28.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S on March 2, 1945.  Coded as FAB 13 and later given serial 2807.

741    44-70476     FAB 14    2808

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70476 on December 22, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileras, Brazil.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving January 22, 1945.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on March 2, 1945.  Coded as FAB 14 and later given serial 2808.

742    44-70477    FAB 15    2809

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70477 on December 22, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving January 28, 1945.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on March 2, 1945.  Coded as FAB 15 and later given serial 2809.

743    44-70478    FAB 16     2810

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70478 on January 16, 1945 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil.  Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving January 28.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on March 2, 1945.  Coded as FAB 16 and later given serial 2810.

744     44-70479    FAB 17    2811

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70479 on December 22, 1944 but diverted to Forces Aereas Brasileiras, Brazil.   Flown to Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, arriving January 12, 1945.  Handed over to Brazilian pilots who ferried it to Brazil, departing the U.S. on March 2, 1945.  Coded as FAB 17 and later given serial 2811.

745    44-70480     VT-AZG    F-xxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70480.  Served in India with the 10th Air Force.  While with 459FS, 33FG it was damaged in a take off accident at Jamshedpur, India on July 31, 1945.  Pilot – Robert E. Monroe.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZG on March 1, 1946.  Registered to Anderson Air Associates Ltd., Calcutta on January 20, 1953.  Registered to Cie. Laotienne de Commerce et de Transport, Hanoi, Viet Nam on May 25, 1953.

746    44-70481      VT-AVF

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70483.  Served in India.  Sold as surplus in India and registered as VT-AVF.

747    44-70482     VT-CHS  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70482.  Sold as war surplus to Burma National Airways Ltd., Calcutta, India and registered as VT-CHS on November 27, 1946.  Registration cancelled in 1948.  Assumed written off.

748    44-70483  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70483.  Served in India.  While based at Lal, India it was damaged in a landing accident at Dum Dum, India on July 19, 1945.  Pilot – Gildo G. Trevisan.  Sold as surplus in India and registered as VT-AVF.

749    44-70484  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70484 on December 28, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 5, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 19.  Served with the 14th Air Force.  While with 407SrS, 12SrG It was destroyed in a crash 50 miles east of Chanyi, China on August 2, 1945.  Pilot David L. Boyce was killed.

750    44-70485  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70485 on December 22, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 5, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on January 19.  Reported sold in India on April 29, 1946.

751    44-70486     VT-AXV  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70486. Sold as war surplus to The Maharaja Jam Sahib of Nawanagar, Jamnagar, India and registered as VT-AXV on February 25, 1946. Registration cancelled in 1955. Assumed written off.

752    44-70487  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70487 on December 30, 1944.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 11, 1945 and was shipped to Karachi, India on February, 26, 1945.Destroyed by a tornado on June 1, 1945.

753    43-70488  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.44-70488 on January 6, 1945.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, arriving January 25 and was flown to Alaska on March 12, 1945.  Diverted to the U.S. Navy on June 8, 1945.

754     44-70489  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70489 on January 7, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 13.  Sent to New York on February 24 and was shipped to Karachi, India on February 26, 1945.  Sold as surplus in Karachi, India on April 26, 1946.  Placed in outside storage at the Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India in 1947.  In June 2004 it was reported still there in derilict condition.

755    44-70490  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70490 on December 30, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 27, 1945.  Sent to New York on February 24 and was shipped to Karachi, India on February 26, 1945.

756    44-70491  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-491 on January 17, 1945 and flown to Oakland, California, arriving January 26.  Sent to San Francisco on May 3 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on May 5, 1945.  Later placed on the excess inventory list.

757    44-70492  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70492 on December 30, 1944 and flown to Oakland, California, arriving January 30, 1945.  Sent to San Francisco on May 3 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on May 5, 1945.  By orders issued in Manila, Luzon, Philippines, it was diverted to Kisarazu, Japan on May 31, 1946.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on August 14, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

758    44-70493    PI-C-26  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70493. (Record missing)  Probably shipped to Brisbane, Australia.  Sold as surplus to Philippine Airlines Inc., Manila and registered as PI-C-26.

759    44-70494  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70494 on January 19, 1945 and flown to Oakland, California, arriving January 25.  Sent to San Francisco on May 3 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on May 5, 1945.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on August 14, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

760    44-70495  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70495 on January 19, 1945 and flown to Oakland, California, arriving January 25.  Sent to San Francisco on May 3 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on May 5, 1945.  By orders issued in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines, it was placed on the excess inventory list on December 31, 1945.

761    44-70496    VT-CBX  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70496 on Janaury 16, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 18.  Sent to New York on February 24 and was shipped to Karachi, India on February 26, 1945.  Served with the 10th Air Force.  While with 3CCG it was damaged in aground loop at Lalmanirhat, India on August 8, 1945.  Pilot – Henry Taylor.  Sold as surplus to Ambica Airlines Ltd., Bombay, India and registered as VT-CBX on September 19, 1946.  Registration cancelled in 1955.  Assumed written off.

762    44-70497     VT-AYx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70497 on January 16, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 18.  Sent to New York on February 14 and was shipped to Karachi, India on February 26, 1945.  Sold as surplus to Ambica Airlines Ltd., Bombay, India and registered as either VT-AYE or AYF (See c/n 737) on September 19, 1946.  Registered to Capt. C.T. Quin, Jamnagar, India on January 13, 1948.  Sold to Jamair Co, Jamnagar on August 6, 1949.

763     44-70498     NC79829

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70498 on January 19, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 21.  Sent to New York on March 28 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29, 1945.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.   Bought by David M. Miller and registered as NC79829.  Later ferried to Israel.  (See c/n 527 for details).

764    44-70499  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70499 on January 23, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 28.  Sent to New York on March 27 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29, 1945.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-81 with 111TRS, 10PRG it was damaged in a crash landing due to fuel starvation and weather at Donnemarie-en-Montois, France on December 10, 1945.  Pilot – William Janes Jr.  May have been involved in an accident on February 7, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on May 4, 1946.

765    44-70500  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70500 on January 23, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 25.  Sent to New York on March 28 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29, 1945.  While based at Sta. Y-47, Naur, Belgium it was Destroyed in a take off accident there on June 18, 1945.  Pilot – William A. McCord.

766    44-70501  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70501 on January 23, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 25.  Sent to New York on March 28 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29, 1945.  May have been involved in an accident on February 2, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on April 4,1946.

767    44-70502  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70502 on January 23, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 25.  Sent to New York on March 28 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29. 1945.  While based at Sta. R-50, Stuttgart-Echterdingen, Germany it was destroyed in a landing accident at  Neckargartach, Germany on December 15, 1945.  Pilot – Jack M. Ealy.

768    44-70503        LV-AFR

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70503 on January 20, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Sent to New York on March 28 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29, 1945.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on June 13, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Reported as later registered in Argentina as LV-AFR.

           769         44-70504    NC79832    4X-ARS    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70504 on January 16, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 19.  Sent to New York on March 28 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe 0n March 29, 1945.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Bought by David M. Miller and registered as NC79832.  (See c/n 527 for details).  Ferried to Israel where it served with the Israeli Air Force.  Later owned by Bob Turner of the U.S.A. and subsequently by Avitour Air Service Ltd, Tel Aviv, Israel who had it rebuilt with new wings in 1963 and registered as 4X-ARS.  It was reported offered for sale in 1965.  As of 2006, the fuselage was on display at the Israeli Air Force Museum in very poor condition.

770    44-70505  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70505 on January 10, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Sent to New York on March 28 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29 1945.  While based at Sta. Y-76 it was damaged in a ground loop take off accident at Sta. Y-78, Biblis, Germany on June 18, 1945.  Pilot - Lyle E. Nestingen.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.

771    44-70506     NC79823

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70506 on January 23, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 26.  Sent to New York on March 28 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29, 1945.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on April 30, 1947 for disposal as surplus.   Bought by David M. Miller and registered as NC79823.  Later ferried to Israel.  (See c/n 527 for details).

772    44-70507  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70507 on January 28, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Sent to New York on March 28 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29, 1945.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  May have been involved in an accident on April 15, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on May 23, 1946.

773    44-70508  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70508 on January 3, 1944 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Sent to New York on May 5, 1945 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While with 314FS, 324FG it was damaged in a ground loop at Sta. R-50, Stuttgart-Echterdingen, Germany on June 24,1945.  (May have been destroyed).  Pilot – John V. Jones.

774    44-70509    I-AIAK     YE-AAD    I-AIAK   EC-ANO    CN-TEE    F-AZBN   D-ANBZ

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70509 on January 23, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey arriving January 26.  Sent to New York on March 28 and was shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29, 1945.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Corporation on April 30. 1947 for disposal as surplus.  Sold  to Societa A.I.A.X., Milan, Italy and registered as I-AIAK.  Was sold to Yemen Airlines, Yemen and registered as YE-AAD on December 13, 1951.   It is believed the aircraft was not delivered and re-registered in Italy as I-AIAK.  Registered to T.A.F Barcelona, Sergio Palao, Campabala, Barcelona, Spain on August 9, 1957 as EC-ANO.  Registered to M. Korchia, Kenitra, Morocco as CN-TEE in 1959.   Reported as having been registered as F-AZBN at one time.  Carried false registration D-ANBZ at one time for the purpose of making a movie.  Acquired by the Dutch Norseman Foundation and subsequently restored at the Aviodrome Museum in Lelystad, The Netherlands.  Dutch registration PH-SAM was reserved but has not been taken up. Some parts from c/n 778  were reported used in the restoration.    

775    44-70510    N-21    R-AC    LN-BWG    F-OBTJ    F-BKFJ  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No.44-70510 on January 20, 1945 but diverted to Norway.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey on January 28 and was shipped to Norway on March 12, 1945.  Served at Skattora, Tromso from April 1946 to August 28, 1946 in the new Norwegian markings and bearing serial No. N-21.  During this time it was on floats but after August 28, 1946 it was changed over to wheel gear and stationed at Bardufoss AFB with the markings R-AC.  On July 27, 1955 it was moved to Horton Flyfabrikk for repairs, returning to Sola AFB September 16, 1955.  It returned to Horton Flyfabrikk for inspection then to storage at Voernes. On March 4, 1958 it was sent to 355 squadron at Gardermoen, then back to Horton for installation of a new engine and earmarked for special duty, having logged 3241 hours.  In December 1959 it was sold to A/S Solbergsfly, Tonsberg and Wideroes Flyveselskap A/S, Oslo with the new engine No. 327195 and on wheel gear.  It was registered to Wideroes September 5,1960 as LN-BWG with C of A No.550 and Reg. No. 521. It was struck from the civil register October 5, 1960 and sold to Tunisia where it was registered January 19, 1961 as F-OBTJ. February 1969 it was sold to Europe Air Service, Perpignon, France and registered F-BKFJ.  Withdrawn from service March, 1971. Reported as scrapped.

776    44-70511    R-AB     LN-BDI    R-AB  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70511 on January 20, 1945 but transferred to the Royal Norwegian Air Force. Flown to Newark, New Jersey and was shipped to Norway on March 12, 1945.  Appears to have been based at Sola AFB some time between August 4, 1945 and August 28, 1946.  Later at Skattora, Tromso on floats.  From Skattora to Horten Flyfabrikk for major overhaul on December 20, 1954.  Registered as LN-BDI with RNoAF as owners. On loan to Wideroes Flyveselkap and Polarfly Air Services from April 28 to September 18, 1954.  Returned to the RnoAF as R-AB on March 28, 1955.  Cancelled from the civil registry January 13, 1956 . From Skattora to Horten in May 1956 and back to Skattora on September 20, 1956.  Sank at Bodo harbor January 31, 1957.  Total time was 2490 hours.

777    44-70512  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70512 on January 20, 1945.  Flown to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, arriving February 4.  Flown to Alaska on April 10, 1945.  Later shown as condemned.

778    44-70513    R-AD    LN-TSS    F-OBTC    F-BSTC   F-AZBD    N4474

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70513 on January 23, 1945 but diverted to the Royal Norwegian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 28 and shipped to Norway on March 12, 1945.  On August 4, 1945 it was transferred to Voernes with the marking R-AD.  November 1953 it was with the Communications Wing, LKN, at Bardufoss, then via Horten to the Communications Wing, LKO, Gardermoen.  Back to Horten Flyfabrikk for a major overhaul in the autumn of 1956.  Ordered to Gardermoen September 11,  1958 with 2389 hours for special duties.  Struck off strength April 29, 1959 and sold to A/S Solbergfly, Tonsberg and Wideroes Flyveselkapp A/S, Oslo September 9, 1959 with engine No. 19508 and wheel gear.  Registered as LN-TSS.  Later sold to Aero Sahara, Tunisia and registered F-OBTC.  Sold to Europe Air Service, Perpignon, France and registered F-BSTC.  Later reported registered as F-AZBD.  Converted by Salis Collection at La Ferte Alais, France to represent a Latecoere aircraft.  Registered in U.S.A. as N4474 in September 2002.

779    44-70514    R-AE    LN-BFA

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70514 on January 26, 1945 but diverted to the Royal Norwegian Air Force January 29, 1945.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey and shipped to Norway on March 12, 1945.  On August 4, 1945 it was transferred to Voernes and coded R-AE.  On August 28, 1946 it was sent to Gardermoen AFB.  In 1955 it went to Horten for overhaul, was registered LN-BFA and loaned to Wideroes Flyveslkap, Oslo.  On October 1, 1955 it went to Skattora where the civil registration was cancelled and it was returned to the RNoAF and coded as R-AE once again.  Crashed at sea while on an ambulance mission to Karvitchamm.  It was salvaged and returned to service until February 12, 1959 when it was written off with 3249 hours total time.

780    44-70515    R-AF    LN-TSN    SE-CGM  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70515 on January 20, 1945 but diverted to the Royal Norwegian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey and shipped to Norway on March 12, 1945.  By July 18, 1946 it was at LKV, Sola then was transferred to BKN, Bardufoss with the code letters R-AF.  November 21,1955 it was at Skattora, Tromso on floats with 3908 hours total time.  It was back at Sola April 1, 1950 with 333 squadron.  Retired from air force service and loaned to A/S Solbergfly Wideroes with registration LN-TSN, C of A No. 521, Reg. No. 492 and engine No. 513667.  Sold to Sweden January 1, 1963 and registered as SE-CGM.

781    44-70516    R-AG    LN-BDF     R-AG 

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70516 on January 23, 1945 but diverted to the Royal Norwegian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 27 and was shipped to Norway on March 12, 1945.  By August 28, 1946 it was stationed at Bardufoss with the code letters R-AG.  Later appeared at Skattora and was finally loaned to Wideroes Polarfly as LN-BDF with C of A N0. 341 and Registration No. 311.  Returned to the RNoAF in 1955 and was written off March 22, 1955 with 3050 hours total time.

782    44-70517     R-AH    LN-TSO

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70517 on January 27, 1945 but was diverted to the Royal Norwegian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 28 and was shipped to Norway on March 12, 1945.  It was at Voernes August 28, 1946 coded R-AH.  Later at Skattora on floats, then to Horten Flyfabrik for overhaul and returned to Skattora. Was loaned to the Thor Solberg Aviation A/S with civil registration LN-TSO and by June 29, 1959 had logged 2952 hours with engine No. 11459, C of A No, 520 and Reg. No. 491.  C of A expired June 18, 1963 but was renewed December 31, 1965. It was reported as having been broken up on December 12, 1967 but was also reported on January 21, 1967 as having been sent to France.  C of A expired January 21, 1967.

783    44-70518    R-AI  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70518 on January 24, 1945 but was diverted to the Royal Norwegian Air Force.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving January 25 and was shipped to Norway on March 12, 1945.  It was assigned code letters R-AI but these were never applied as the aircraft broke through the ice during an emergency landing on Lake Hardalsjoen and was written off.  It was reported as being under repair at Horten but this was never confirmed.  Code R-AI was re-assigned to c/n 649.

784    44-70519     VT-AYD  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70519. Sold as war surplus to Ambica Airlines Ltd., Bombay, India and registered as VT-AYD on January 10, 1946. Registration cancelled in 1951. Assumed written off.

785    44-70520    VT-AVG    AP-ABI  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70520 on February 2, 1945.  Flown to Long Beach, California then sent to Los Angeles and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 15, 1945.  Sold as surplus to Bengal Government, Calcutta and registered as VT-AVG on January 10, 1946.  With the partition of Pakistan, it was sold to New Bengal Transport Co., Calcutta and registered as AP-ABI in 1950.  Registration cancelled in 1951.

786    44-70521  

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 44-70521 on February 2, 1945.  Flown to Long Beach, then sent to Los Angeles and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 15, 1945.  Served with the 3rd Air Force.  While based at Sta. S-9 it was damaged in a ground loop accident at Mohanberi, India on September 27, 1945.  Pilot – Harold R. Haviland.

787    44-70522     VT-AZF  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70522 on February 6, 1945.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving February 16.  Sent to Los Angeles and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 15, 1945.  It appears to have served in India.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd. (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.), Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZF on March 1, 1946.  Crashed April 10, 1947 at Tirupur, India.

788    44-70523     VT-AZH     VT-AXW 

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70523 on February 6, 1944.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving February 16.  Sent to Los Angeles on March 15 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 15.  It appears to have served in India.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZH on March 1, 1946.  Later registered as VT-AXW.

789    44-70524     VT-CFU    AP-ADP  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70524 on February 6, 1945.  Flown to Long Beach, Cajifornia, arriving February 29.  Sent to Los Angeles and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia April 15, 1945.  It appears to have served in India.  Sold as surplus to Northern Airways Ltd., Lahore, India and registered as VT-CFU on September 10, 1946.  With the partition of Pakistan, it was sold to V.S. Sawhny, Lahore and registered as AP-ADP.  In 1955 it was registered to Flt. Lt. W. Banach, Lahore, and in 1956 to Messrs. G.E.B. & Co., Rawalpindi.

790    44-70525    VT-AZI    F-OANG  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70525 on February 6, 1945.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving February 25 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 15, 1945.  It appears to have served in India.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZI on March 1, 1946.  Registered to Anderson Air Associates, Calcutta on September 15, 1950.  On December 11, 1951 it was registered to Government of Orissa, Cuttack.  Sold to Cie. Loatienne de Commerce et de Transport, Hanoi, Viet Nam and registered as F-OANG on April 14, 1954.  Crashed at Ban Hin Thang on May 21, 1955.

791    44-70526  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70526 on February 6, 1945.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving February 25.  Sent to Los Angeles on April 2 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 15.  It appears to have served in India.  Reported sold in India on April 24, 1946.

792    44-70527    VT-CBW  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70527 on February 9, 1945.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving March 23,   Sent to Los Angeles and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia.  Later served in India.  Damaged in a ground loop accident at Chaklala AF on July 16, 1945.  Pilot – James A. Price.  Sold as surplus to Ambica Airlines Ltd., Bombay, India and registered as VT-CBW on September 19, 1946.  Written off after having been blown into a ditch at Jehu airport, Bombay during a hurricane on November 28, 1948.

793    44-70528    

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70528 on February 6, 1945.  Flown to Long Beach, California, arriving March 10.  Sent to Los Angeles on April 4 and was shipped to Brisbane, Australia on April 15, 1945.  Later placed on the excess inventory list.

794    44-70529    Nxxx    F-OACY  

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 44-70529 on February 9, 1945.  Flown to Carlsbad, New Mexico, arriving February 20.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ontario, California on November 19, 1945.  Sold to Maryland Airlines, Easton, Maryland.  Sold to Cie. Laotienne de Commerce et de Transport, Hanoi, Viet Nam and registered as F-OACY on June 30, 1949.  Believed to have also been owned by Air Outre-Mer.  Was seriously damaged at Luang Prabang, Laos on February 26, 1955.  Allocated registration F-LAA with Veha Akat Airlines, Laos.  Believed used only for spares.  Registration cancelled b y 1958.

795    44-70530    Nxxx     LV-XZO     LV-FFI

Delivered to the USAF as aircraft No. 44-70529 on February 9, 1945.  Flown to Carlsbad, New Mexico, arrivinf February 20.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Corporation, Ontario, California on November 19, 1945.  Sold to Maryland Airlines, Easton, Maryland.  Sold to Cie. Laotienne de Commerce et de Transport, Hanoi, Viet Nam and registered as FGACY on June 30, 1949.  Believed to have also been owned by Air Outre-Mer.  Was seriously damaged at Luang Prabang, Laos on February 26, 1955.

796    44-70531    VT-AZJ      N9999F  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70531 on February 9, 1945.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving February 13.  Sent to New York and was shipped to Karachi, India on February 27.  Reported sold in India on April 24, 1945 and registered as VT-AZJ.   Reported later registered as N9999F.

797    44-70532    NC60188    CF-GJN  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70532 on February 15, 1945.  Flown to Gore Field. Great Falls, Montana, arriving March 16.  Flown to Alaska on March 29, 1945.  Returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Ontario, California on November 19, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to H.L. Sessler, Buckley, West Virginia and registered as NC60188.  Imported into Canada in 1948.  Bought by World Wide Aviation Agencies and Sales (Later World Wide Airways Inc.), Montreal, Quebec and registered as CF-GJN on January 22, 1949.  Registered to Albert Racicot, Montreal, Quebec on Novenber 11, 1952 and then to Hall’s Air Service, Val d’Or, Quebec on January 22, 1953.  In 1959 it was registered to Orillia Air Service, Orillia, Ontario and then in 1962 to J.L. Theriault, Chapleau, Ontario. Re-registered to Theriault Sir Service, Chapleau in 1964.  In 1968 it was registered to Cameron Bay Air Service, Edmonton, Alberta and then in 1975 to Hanging Ice Fishing and outpost, Fort Smith, NWT . Next registered to Gateway Aviation Ltd, Edmonton, Alberta in 1975 ant to Fort Smith Air Service Ltd., Fort Smith, NWT. In 1976.  Registered to St. Andrews Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba on June 7, 1979. C of A expired September 7, 1980 . On May 14, 1981, while on floats, the aircraft was being flown on a ferry permit to Selkirk, Manitoba for C of A renewal.  Engine failed shortly after takeoff near Libau, Manitoba and a forced landing attempted on a fallow field.  Floats struck an elevated road on approach and the float brackets failed.  Aircraft came to rest on it’s right wing and left float.  Failure was blamed on fuel starvation due to a blockage caused by corrosion in the fuel selector valve.  Inspection revealed numerous discrepancies which rendered the aircraft unfit for flight. (DOT 81-C10036)  Reported donated to the Western Canada Aviation Museum, Winnipeg, Manitoba

 798    44-70533    Nxxx    LV-AAW

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70533 on February 10, 1945.  Flown to Alaska via Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana.  Returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstrustion Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia on September 18, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold  to South American Trading Corporation, New York, NY. And registered as NC58405.  Later sold to Compania Argentina De Aeronavigation Dodera, Argentina and registered as LV-AAW.  Ferried from Dupont Field, Wilmington, Delaware to Buenos Airies in late May 1946.  Three other aircraft (c/n 165, 219 and 341) also went to Argentina at this time.

799    44-70534    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70534. Part of record card missing but it appears to have served in Goose Bay, Labrador.  Sold as surplus to Cranberry Crop Dusters, Fresno, California.

 800    44-70535    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70535 on February 10, 1946.  Flown to Alaska via Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana.  Later returned to the U.S. and assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on September 15, 1945 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Aviation Export Inc., Coral Gables, Florida.

801    44-70536    Nxxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70536 on February 20, 1945.  Record unclear but may have gone to Miami, Florida and undergone tests for approximately one month.  Them may have gone to Alaska.  Shown returned to the U.S. on September 12, 1945.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporatin, Helena, Montana on February 2, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to L. Mansdorf, Los Angeles, California.

802    44-70537    VT-AZT  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70537 on February 15, 1945.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving February 18,  Shipped to Karachi, India on February 26.  Sold as surplus to Mistri Airways Ltd., (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Ltd.) Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZT on March 1, 1946. Registration cancelled in 1947. Assumed written off.

803    44-70538     VT-AZK  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70538 on February 20, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to Karachi, India on February 26.  Sold as surplus to Mistri airways (Later Indian Overseas Airlines Lt.), Bombay, India and registered as VT-AZK March 1, 1946. Crashed May 12, 1947 at Birkener, India.

804    44-70539     VT-CLF  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70539 on February 20, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.  Shipped to Karachi, India on February 26. Sold as surplus to J. Tate, Calcutta, India and registered as VT-CLF on May 3, 1946.  Registered to New Bengal Transport Co., Calcutta on September 27, 1948. Next registered to New Bengal Airways Ltd., Calcutta on June 23, 1950.

805    44-70540  

Delivered to the U.S. as aircraft No. 44-70540 on February 26, 1945 and flown to Newark on February 27.  Shipped to Karachi, India on March 26.  Written off in a ground accident at Ondal, India on June 9, 1945.

806    44-70541    VT-AVK     XY-ABB  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70541 on February 20, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey the same day.   Shipped to Karachi, India on March 26.  Sold as surplus to Indian Air Survey and Transport Ltd., Calcutta and registered as VT-AVK on January 10, 1946.  Sold to James Tate (Peacock Airlines), Rangoon, Burma in 1947 and registered as XY-ABB.  Destroyed by insurgents on August 17, 1949.

 807    44-70542  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70542 on February 20, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Shipped to Karachi, India on March 26.  Written off in a ground accident at Ondal, India on June 9, 1945.

808    44-70543  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70543 on February 21, 1945.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving March 1.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Damaged in a landing accident at Bar Le Duc, France on May 29, 1945.

809    44-70544    SE-ATA  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70544 on March 3, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Shown diverted to unknown on March 13, 1946.  Registered to AB Ahrenbergsflyg, Stockholm, Sweden on June 8, 1946 as SE-ATA.  Registration cancelled on January 18, 1948 but later restored. Registered to Arosflyg, Vasteras, Sweden on March 29, 1951.  Registered to Lapplandsflyg, Porjus, Sweden, Sweden on April 18, 1955.

810    44-70545    SE-AYF    LN-HAO  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70545 on March 3, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  Later shown diverted to unknown.  Registered to AB Arosflyg, Vasteras , Sweden on October 16, 1946 as SE-AYF.  Registered to AB Lapplandsflyg on August 16, 1955. Bought by Wiggo Norvang, Oslo, Norway on August 31, 1965 and registered as LN-HAO

811    44-70546     LN-PAB  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70546 on March 3, 1945.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving March 7.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Served on the Belgium/Holland coast.  While based at Sta. Y-80, Wiesbaden, Germany with 161TRS, 363TRG it was damaged in a ground loop at Sta A-89, le Culot, Belgium on June 24, 1945.  Pilot – William A. Grusy.  Diverted to Norway on February 28, 1947.  Registered to Polar Fly N.N.L. A/S, Narvik, Norway as LN-PAB on July 17, 1947.  On July 8, 1949 it was registered to Wideroes Flyveselskap.  Crashed when it hit shore during landing at Lake Gavnevann, Norway on September 3, 1952.  Some usable parts were salvaged and the aircraft written off.  In 2002 the remainder of the wreckage was salvaged by the Norwegian Aircraft Museum, Bodo, Norway and it is in the process of being restored.

812    44-70547  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70547 on March 3, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While with 356FS, 354FG it was damaged in a take off accident at Herzo AAB, Germany on January 6, 1946.  Pilot – William W. Woolfe.  May have been involved in an accident on October 11, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on November 5, 1946.

813    44-70548  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70548 on March 3, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  Mat have been involved in an accident on May 28, 1946.  Consigned to salvage on June 24, 1946.

814    44-70549  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70549 on March 3, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Placed on the excess inventory list on December 31, 1945.

815    44-70550  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70550 on March 3, 1945 and flown to Newark, New Jersey.  Shipped to the 8th Air Force in Europe on March 29.  Later with the 9th Air Force.  While based at Sta. A-81 with 111TRS, 10PRG it was damaged in a crash landing 2 miles SE of Caen, France due to fuel starvation on November 26, 1945.  Pilot – John A. Guinn.

816    44-70551  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70551 on March 10, 1945 and flown to Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio.  Appears to have later gone to Garden City AAF, Kansas.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cimarron, Texas on March 29, 1946 for disposal as surplus.

817    44-70552  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70552 on March 10, 1945.  Flown to Balboa, Panama via Brownsville, Texas.  Served with the 6th Air Force.  While with 26FC it was damaged in a takeoff accident at Aquadulce, Panama on April 18, 1945.  Pilot – Robert F. Schmidt.

818    44-70553  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70553 on March 16, 1945.  Flown to Balboa, Panama via Brownsville, Texas.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on June 13, 1946 for disposal as surplus.

819    44-70554  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 44-70554 on March 16, 1945.  Flown to Balboa, Panama via Brownsville, Texas.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on March 26, 1946 for disposal as surplus.

820    45-41736  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 45-70736 on April 4, 1945.  Flown to Balboa, Panama via Brownsville, Texas.  May have been involved in an accident in1945.  Condemned on June 12, 1945.

821    45-41737    HK-xxx  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 45-41737 on April 12, 1945.  Flown to Balboa, Panama via Brownsville, Texas.  Assigned to the Foreign Liquidation Commission on December 3, 1946 for disposal as surplus.  Sold to Taxi Aero Colombiano SA, Bogota, Colombia.

822    45-41738  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 45-41738 on April 12, 1945.  Flown to Balboa, Panama via Brownsville, Texas.  Served with the 6th Air Force.  While with 26FS it was damaged in a landing accident at Cape Mala, Panama on August 6, 1945.  Pilot – Edward R. Wiley.  Damaged in a landing accident at Albrook Field, Canal Zone on August 18, 1945. Pilot – Edward R. Wiley.  It was sent to the Panama Air Depot for major overhaul on September 4, 1945.  Deemed to be beyond economical repair and condemned on November 6, 1945.

823    45-41739  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 45-41739 on April 14, 1945.  Flown to Watertown AAF, South Dakota, arriving April 21.  Served in Alaska with the 11th Air Force.  Damaged (Possibly destroyed) in a Take of accident at Chena Slough, Alaska on August 12, 1945.  Pilot – Richard J. Walker.

824    45-41740  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 45-41740.  Served with the 11th Air Force in Alaska.  Destroyed in a landing accident 25 miles SE of Yakataga, Alaska on May 23, 1945.  Pilot – Christ Christodolou.

825    45-41741    CF-BZW  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 45-41741 on April 21, 1945 but transferred to Eldorado Mining and Refining (1944) Ltd., Ottawa, Ontario and registered CF-BZW. Overturned while landing on wheels in slush at Leith Point, NWT on November 11, 1948. Destroyed.

826    45-41742    NC407    NC137    N137M  

Delivered to the USAAF as aircraft No. 45-41742 on April 24, 1945.  Flown to Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 2.  The aircraft was scheduled for shipment to Karachi, India but diverted to Baer Field, Fort Wayne, Indiana and flown there on June 12.  Assigned to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona on October 20, 1945