c/n 1474

N478TT out of the water at Renton, Washington.
Photo: Todd Boettcher © 09 June 2016
N478TT basking on the shores of Lake Washington.
Photo: Carl Davison © 17 July 2003
N478TT resident on Renton ramp.
Photo: Ian Wilson © July 2002
N478TT in private hangar at Renton.
Photo: Kenneth I. Swartz © 24 August 1999
N478TT in her blue period, at Hanscom - KBED for an air show.
Photo: Kenneth Kula ©
XP815 of 19 Flight, 3 Division visits Blackbushe.
Photo: Unknown photographer © August 1962 - Robin A. Walker Collection

c/n 1474

XP815

N478TT

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de Havilland Aircraft, Hatfield, UK. Delivered 12-Jun-1961. First flight, 29-Aug-1961.

XP815 Delivered 31-Aug-1961. Army Air Corps (AAC).

Taken on Charge by 19th Liaison Flight, 651 Squadron at Middle Wallop, Hampshire on 04-Oct-1961.

Accident: Volos airstrip, Greece. 09-Sep-1962. Category 4 damage. Visor sunblind fell over pilot’s face during takeoff.  Re defined as Category 5 damage. Struck off charge, 27-Sep-1962. Parts in XP806 c/n 1455 and XP812 c/n 1468. And then were used with XP806 (Crashed 16/09/1970) in making a composite airframe marked XP822

N478TT Thomas C. Hellman, South Burlington, VT. Dates unknown

Airworthiness date: 14-Jan-1988.Category - Normal

N478TT Valley Aviation Inc., South Burlington, VT. On USCAR at 03-Feb-1990.

N478TT Brandreth Lake Corporation, Dover, DE. Regn date currently unknown. Canx 14-Aug-1992.

N478TT Strange Bird Inc., Wilmington, DE. On USCAR at Dec-1995.

N478TT David W & Doreen A. Keyes, Bellevue, WA. Regd 02-Jan-1996.

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