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c/n 1440
XP770 gets less attention than the Spitfire!
Photo: Unknown photographer © Robin A. Walker Collection

c/n 1440



• de Havilland Aircraft, Hatfield. Delivered to Hawarden, Cheshire via Liverpool Docks, 15-Sep-1960.

XP770 Army Air Corps (AAC). First flight 21-Dec-1960.

Airworthiness Certification 30-Jan-1961.

Delivered to 6 Flight. Middle Wallop. Hampshire Feb-1961.

Passed to 132 Aviation Flight, AAC on formation 01-Mar-1966.

Accident: Broadchalke, near Salisbury, Wiltshire. 21-Dec-1966. Crashed into trees and declared Category 5 damage. Written off

AAC. Aircraft Engineering Training Wing (AETW) Middle Wallop, Hampshire. 12-Jan-1967. Broken up. Wings seen at Old Sarum, Wiltshire in 1967 and the fuselage at Middle Wallop in 1969. The wings were seen again at an Aldershot Army Display as part of a survival demonstration in June 1974.

Fate Unknown