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Canberra WJ680

Aircraft Model:English Electric Canberra B.2
Manufacturer:English Electric Company Limited
Identities:WJ680; G-BURM; VH-ZSQ
Units:No. 100 Squadron, RAF


1967Converted to TT.18 (Target Tug) standard by British Aerospace.
18 December 1991Conducted last flight in RAF service.
30 July 2002Registered in Australia as VH-ZSQ.


Aircraft is currently painted in the markings of RAAF Canberra A84-234.


Canberra G-BURM at Albury Airport, NSWCanberra VH-ZSQ being repainted at Albury, NSWCanberra VH-ZSQ at Albury, NSW, after being repainted in RAAF markingsCanberra VH-ZSQ on display at the Temora Aviation Museum


Anon. 2018 English Electric Canberra TT.18. Temora Aviation Museum. Retrieved 16 May 2018 from <https://www.aviationmuseum.com.au/english-electric-canberra/>.

Civil Aviation Safety Authority [CASA] n.f.d. ZSQ. Retrieved 7 February 2017 from <https://www.casa.gov.au/aircraft-register/zsq>.

Record updated on 16 May 2018.


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