IN SERVICE

Ex-military Ansons and new-build examples had many civilian roles to play in the post-war world

CIVIL

Built new at Yeadon in 1945 as the prototype Avro Nineteen, G-AGPG was employed as a ‘hack’ by its manufacturer. As the war was not yet over when it started flying, the machine wore identification stripes below the civil registration.
AEROPLANE

Meeting a need

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