XP820 at Middle Wallop.
Photos: Philip Stevens © 07 November 2015 - Website
XP820 at Woburn, three excellent images.
Photo: Philip Stevens © 21 August 2005 - www.targeta.co.uk
Photo: Mick Bajcar © 21 August 2005
Photo: Ian Haskell ©) 21 August 2005
XP820 still doing air shows. Here at "RIAT 2005" RAF Fairford.
Photo: Jenny Coffey © 16 July 2005

Photo: Tony Wright © July 2005

XP820 still soldiering on, shown at RAF Waddington.
Photo: Simon Thomas © 25 June 2004
Photo: Colin K. Work © September 2000

Photo: Robbie Shaw © 24 May 1991

XP820 on maneuvers.

Photo: Robbie Shaw © 20 July 1989

XP820 on the ramp at RAF Greenham Common.

Photo: Robbie Shaw © 01 June 1980

XP820 on the ramp at Rotterdam this time.
Photo: Frank de Koster © 1979 - Aird Archives
XP820 at Fairford again.
Photo: Robert A. Edwards © Aird Archives
Photos: Aird Archives  
XP820 with early roundels, from 132 Flight, Old Sarum.
Photo: Unknown photographer © March 1969 - Aird Archives





de Havilland Aircraft, Hatfield. Delivered 30-Aug-1961 to Hawarden, Chester via Liverpool Docks. First flight, 27-Oct-1961

XP820 Army Air Corps (AAC). Delivered 31-Oct-1961.

To 2MU at Sealand, North Wales, for preparation for overseas shipment 06-Nov-1961.

11 Flight 656 Light Aircraft Squadron, Seletar 01-Feb-1962.

At 390 MU Seletar between 16-Mar-1962 & 30-Mar-1962 and returned to 11 Flight.

30 Flight RASC, Seletar, 08-Apr-1964 on formation , later re designated 132 Flight Royal Corp of Transport 15-Jul-1965 until Jun-1967.

Shipped to 19MU at St Athan, Sth Glamorgan 06-Jun-1967.

132 Flight RCT at Old Sarum, Wiltshire, 13-Jul 1967 as part of 667 (Development & Training) Aviation Squadron.

The unit became 132 Aviation Flight in 16-Jan-1970 and moved to Netheravon, Wiltshire on 21-Sep-1970 where 667 Squadron was re titled 7 Aviation Regiment in Jun-1971.

Transferred to 667Sqd, 6B Flight during 1975 in the VIP transport role.

Operated with the Advanced Fixed Wing Flight (AFWF) as a trainer at Middle Wallop, Hampshire from (Poss) 1976.

Declared surplus to requirements in May-1989.

Army Air Corps Historic Aircraft Flight, Old Sarum, Wiltshire, UK. May 1989.

G-CICP Ministry of Defence, Army Historic Aircraft Flight • Regd 12-Nov-2013.