Mosquito Survivors

This section will ultimately provide details of all the substantially complete Mosquitoes currently in existence.

 

Click on the headings to go to the websites.

 

RAAF Museum

 

A52-600.—PRXVI—Under restoration

 

de Havilland Heritage Centre

The home of three Mosquitoes.

W4050 - Prototype—On display.

 

TA122—FB VI—On display.

 

TA634—TT35—On display.

 

Australian War Memorial

 

A52-319 PR41– On Display.

 

The Norwegian Aviation Museum

 

TIII TW117— On Display.

 

The Yorkshire Air Museum

 

HJ711—FII — On Display.

 

Royal Air Force Museum

 

TJ138—B35 — On Display Hendon.

 

The only surviving B35 to see squadron service. Serving with 98 Squadron RAF in West Germany between 1950-51.

 

TA639—B(TT)35 — On Display Cosford.

 

Built at Hatfield and served  with CFS, 3 CAACU with the Target Tug Flight. Appeared in the 633 Squadron film.

 

National Museum of the USAF

 

RS709 B35 - On display

 

This aircraft has been modified to near PRXVI standard. The giveaway is the slots on the side of the carburetor intakes. PRXVI’s did not have these. They were only fitted to Mosquito a/c with Merlin 113/114 series (B35, PR34, TT35, TT39) or Packard Merlin 69’s(PR41).

 

Imperial War Museum Duxford

 

TA719—B(TT)35—On Display.

 

South African National Museum of Military History

 

LR480—PRIX—On Display.

 

This Mosquito saw active service with 60 Squadron SAAF based in Italy.

 

Canada Aviation and Space Museum

 

KB336—BXX—On Display

 

Alberta Aviation Museum

 

VP189—B35—On Display modified to represent a FBXI.

 

Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military History -Belgium

 

MB24 —NF30—On Display?

 

Formerly RK952

 

Military Aviation Museum

 

KA114—FB26—Flying. First flight 27th September 2012.

 

The aircraft will be dismantled and transported to the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia USA.

 

This aircraft is owned by Jerry Yagen of Norfolk Virginia USA  and restored by Avspecs Limited

  at Ardmore New Zealand.

 

 

Mosquito Aircraft Restoration

 

NZ2308—T43—Under restoration to fly.

 

This aircraft is owned by Glynn Powell in Auckland New Zealand.

Glynn has built new fuselage moulds for constructing new fuselages and jigs for constructing new wings. A magnificent effort over 18 years.

 

This site contains many pics of construction of the moulds, fuselage and wings for KA114 and Glynns own aircraft.

 

EEA Museum Oshkosh

 

RS712—TT35—On display.

 

On loan from Kermit Weekes.

 

Calgary Mosquito Society

 

RS700 –CF-HMS-B35

 

In storage pending restoration.

 

This aircraft is currently owned by the City of Calgary. The Calgary Mosquito Society is working to have the aircraft restored and displayed in Calgary.

 

 

Victoria Air Maintenance Ltd

 

B35 CF-HML/VR796 Owned by Bob Jens restored to flying condition at Victoria Air Maintenance Ltd in Vancouver Canada.

 

Camden Aviation Museum

 

HR621—FBVI—In storage. Operated by 618 Squadron RAF at Narromine  Australia.

 

Museum of Transport and Technology

 

A52-1053  - T43—On display.

 

The Flying Heritage Collection  Paine Field, Everett Washington USA.

 

T111 TV959—Restoration test flying completed at  Avspecs  Auckland New Zealand. Being assembled at Paine Field.

 

More to come!