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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 245676
Last updated: 15 December 2020
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Date:16-JAN-1950
Time:day
Type:Gloster Meteor F.Mk 4
Owner/operator:92 Squadron Royal Air Force (92 Sqn RAF)
Registration: VT261
C/n / msn:
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 1
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
Location:near RAF Linton-on-Ouse, North Yorkshire, England -   United Kingdom
Phase: Approach
Nature:Military
Departure airport:RAF Linton-on-Ouse, North Yorkshire (EGXU)
Destination airport:RAF Linton-on-Ouse, North Yorkshire (EGXU)
Narrative:
Gloster Meteor F.Mk.4 VT261, 92 Squadron, RAF: Delivered 17/9/1948 to 92 Squadron and coded "HI-A". Written off (destroyed) 16/1/1950. The aircraft struck the ground during a single-engine overshoot at RAF Linton-on-Ouse, North Yorkshire. The pilot, Pilot II H. J. Blackwell, escaped

Sources:

1. Halley, James (1999) Broken Wings Post-War Royal Air Force Accidents Tunbridge Wells: Air-Britain (Historians) Ltd. p.89 ISBN 0-85130-290-4.
2. Royal Air Force Aircraft SA100-VZ999 (James J Halley, Air Britain, 1983)
3. Last Take Off; A Catalogue of RAF Aircraft Losses 1950 to 1953 by Colin Cummings p.30
4. 92 Squadron ORB (Operational Record Book)(Air Ministry Form AM/F.540) for the period 1/1/1947 to 31/12/1950: National Archives (PRO Kew) File AIR 27/2443/3 at https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/D8420865
5. http://www.ukserials.com/results.php?serial=VT
6. VT261 at Duxford 1948: http://www.controltowers.co.uk/d/Duxford_photopage.htm


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Revision history:

Date/timeContributorUpdates
14-Dec-2020 18:51 Dr. John Smith Added
14-Dec-2020 19:08 Dr. John Smith Updated [Departure airport, Destination airport, Source]
15-Dec-2020 09:49 Oezil Updated [Operator, Location, Operator]

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