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Auster

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   Auster Aircraft Limited




History

Following the purchase by the Leicestershire County Flying Club, operating from Rearsby Aerodrome, of a Taylorcraft Model A from the USA, club member Alfred Launcelot Wykes (b. 29 April 1899, Mountsorrel, Leicestershire, the son of Alfred and Sarah Wykes - d. 14 May 1944, following a crash demonstrating an Auster IV) decided there was a ready market for it in the UK. Wykes was managing director of textile machinery company Crowther Ltd, of Thurmaston, Leicester and, following acquisition of licence rights for the newer Model B, Taylorcraft Aeroplanes (England) Ltd was registered as a private company on the 21 November 1938, with works behind Crowthers factory at Brittania Works, Thurmaston.

The first aircraft built at the Brittania Works differed from the original American Model B by using heavier gauge British standard tubing and larger wing spars and was designated the Model Plus C. The aircraft had to be towed to Ratcliffe aerodrome, owned by Sir Lindsay Everard, for flight test.

Following military interest in the Model Plus C, 1939 saw a change to a more powerful British powerplant producing the Model Plus D which eventually entered service with the British Army as the Auster I. Taylorcraft were very occupied as a repair organisation throughout the war and as part of this four new hangers were built at the Rearsby Aerodrome. The Plus D jigs were moved there and all further Auster aicraft were flown from there, production being centered at a former shoe factory at Syston. Variants of the Taylorcraft Auster continued throughout the war, culminating in the Model K Auster Mk.6.

The licence agreement with Taylorcraft of America having ended postwar, the company name was changed to Auster Aircraft Limited on 8 March 1946. Production continued at Rearsby, where both design and manufacture centered from 1947, of both civil and military aircraft, almost all developments of the original Taylorcraft design. On 7 October 1960, the company was taken over by the Pressed Steel Company to form part of Beagle Co. Ltd, the project then going through the design office finally appearing as the Beagle A.109 Airedale.

Auster design and development continued within the new corporate framework, until 1968 when all Auster design and development ceased, the Auster rights being sold to Hants and Sussex Aviation.

Company References
  1. History of the Auster Aeroplane, The, A.V. Hitchman and Mike Preston (The International Auster Club Heritage Group, 2006)
  2. Auster – Nearly all you wanted to know, Mike Preston and Mick Ames (The International Auster Club Heritage Group, 2002)
  3. Auster Quarterley Vol 1, Nos 1-6 (available online at http://austerhg.org/auster_mags/
  4. Beagle News Vols 4-8 (available online at http://austerhg.org/beagle_mags/
  5. Air Britain Digest, 1989/2 (Air-Britain Publications)
  6. Aeroplane Monthly, Sep-Oct 1977
  7. British Private Aircraft, 1946-1970, Volume 1, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (Mushroom Model Publications, 2013)



Auster Designations top
Following the Taylorcraft Model C, the company used a designation system whereby each new design was allocated a single letter in alphabetical sequence, while modifications of the basic design were designated by a slash and numeric sequence (i.e., Model D, Model D/1).
During 1945 the company began once again to look towards civil production and a complete family of designs was developed from the Model J. These were again designated with a slash and numeric sequence added to the basic Model J designation (i.e., J/1, J/2 etc.). Further, each of the J/1 and J/5 versions were divided into a further sub-series denoted by a letter suffix (i.e., J/1A, J/1B etc.). Initially, each of the J/1 and J/5 families had sub series A and B, but beginning with C, all the Model J families followed a single alpabetic sequence.
In the late 1940s, Auster adopted the SBAC designation system for all new designs. While developments of the original Taylorcraft designs continued with the Alpha/Numeric system, with Models M & N of 1948, being original designs not developed from the original Taylorcraft, moved to the new designation system.

The Model J Family
The Model J spawned a whole family of sub types, each indicated by a numerical suffix. In addition, both the J/1 and J/5 were divided into further sub series identified by a letter suffix, unified after the letter B. The missing letter suffices, C, D & M, belong to the 5C, 5D & 5M respectively, all conversions of military Mk.Vs, but integrated into the same alpha series.

Model J Versions in Numerical Order

J/1 & J/5 Sub-Series in Alphabetical Order

 J/1  Autocrat J/1 Autocrat
 A  J/5 Autocrat/Adventurer
 B Aiglet J/1A 
 N Alpha J/5A 
 S Autocrat J/1B Aiglet
 U Workmaster J/5B Autocar
 W  J/5E Autocar
 Y  J/5F Aiglet Trainer
 J/2  Arrow J/5G Cirrus Autocar
 J/3  Atom J/5H Autocar
 J/4  Archer J/5J (Project)
 J/5  Autocrat/Adventurer J/5K Aiglet Trainer
 A  J/5L Aiglet Trainer
 B Autocar J/1N Alpha
 E Autocar J/5P Autocar
 F Aiglet Trainer J/5Q Alpine
 G Cirrus Autocar J/5R Alpine
 H Autocar J/1S Autocrat
 J (Project) J/5T Autocar
 K Aiglet Trainer J/1U Workmaster
 L Aiglet Trainer J/5V Autocar
 P Autocar J/1W 
 Q Alpine J/5X (Project)
 R  Alpine J/1Y 
 T Autocar J/5Z (Project)
 V Autocar
 X (Project)
 Z  (Project)
 J/6  (Project)
 J/7  (Project)
 J/8 F Aiglet Trainer
 K Aiglet Trainer
 L Aiglet Trainer   



Project Data

Taylorcraft Aeroplanes (England) Limited top

Project No

Type No

Name

Alternative Name(s)

Year

Spec

Status

Qty

Description

References

  C Plus C  1939  Prdn 23  2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,3,4,34
  C/2   1941  Prdn (15) Model C modified to D/1 standard 1,3,4
  D Plus D  1939  Prdn 8(60) 2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,3,4,48
  D/1 Auster I  1942  Prdn 100  2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,24,26
  E Auster III  1942  Prdn 468(3) 2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,14,24,26,33,35
   Auster 3  1946  Prdn (52) Civilian conversion of Auster III 1,2,58
  F Auster II  1942  Prdn 2  2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,24,26,49
  G Auster AOP.IV  1943  Prdn 254(1) 2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,14,24,26,32,33,36,50
   Auster 4  1948  Prdn (21) Civilian conversion of Auster AOP.IV 1,2,58
  H   1943  Proto (1) 3S high wing monoplane glider 1,5,26,50
  J Auster AOP.V  1944  Prdn 790  2/3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,14,22,24,26,32,33
   Auster 5  1944  Prdn (252) Civilian conversion of Auster AOP.V 1,2,58
   Auster 5A 1950?  Prdn  (???) Civilian conversion of Auster AOP.V 2
   (none) (Sharps Special) 1945  Proto 1  2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,6
  K Auster AOP.VI Auster AOP.6 1945  Prdn 378 3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,26,32,51
   Auster AOP.8  1949  Proj 0 3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c (53)
   Auster T.10  1949  Prdn (10) Trainer conversion of Auster AOP.VI 1,27
   Auster 6  1949  Prdn (36) Civilian conversion of Auster AOP.VI 1,2,58
  J/1 Autocrat  1945  Prdn 420(3) 3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,16,58


Auster Aircraft Limitedtop
The Alpha/Numeric sequence.

Project No

Type No

Name

Alternative Name(s)

Year

Spec

Status

Qty

Description

References

  L   1945  Pro(n) 1 2S, 1E low wing light a/c 6,55
  J/2 Arrow  1946  Prdn 43(1) 2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,15,58
  J/3 Atom  1946  Proto 1  2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,58
  J/4 Archer  1946  Prdn 27(2) 2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,15,58
  J/5 Autocrat Adventurer 1947  Prdn 53  3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,58
  J/6   1947  Proj 0 3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c (1)
  J/7   1947  Proj 0 3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c (1)
  M   1948 A.2/45 (OR.176) Proj 0 2-3S, 1E high wing AOP a/c 13
  N A.2/45  1948 A.2/45 (OR.176) Proto 2  2-3S, 1E high wing AOP a/c 1,13
  P Avis  1947  Proto 2  4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,38,58
  Q Auster T.7  1948  Prdn 88  2S, 1E high wing monoplane trainer 1,27,43
   Auster 7  1957  Prdn (4) Civilian conversion of Auster T.7 2
  J/1A Autocrat  1949  Prdn (???) 3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,58
  J/5A Autocrat  1950  Prdn 5(1) 3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,58
  J/1B Aiglet  1950  Prdn 87(4) 2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,17,40,58
  J/5B Autocar  1949  Prdn 85(1) 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,18,58
  J 5C  1949  Proto (2) 3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,58
  J 5D  1950  Prdn 1(24) 3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2
  J/5E Autocar  1950  Prdn 1  4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,39
  S Model S  1951  Proto 1  4S, 1E high wing AOP 1
  J/5F Aiglet Trainer  1951  Prdn 87  4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,17,58
  J/5G Cirrus Autocar  1951  Prdn 94(2) 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2
  J/5K Aiglet Trainer  1952  Prdn 1(1) 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2
  J/5L Aiglet Trainer  1954  Prdn 27(2) 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,58
  J/8F Aiglet Trainer  1954  Pro(n) 1 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1
  J/8K Aiglet Trainer  1954  Proj 0 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1
  J/8L Aiglet Trainer  1954  Proto (1) 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,58
  J 5M  1953  Prdn (3) 3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2
  J/1N Alpha  1956  Prdn 45(61) 2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,58
  J/5P Autocar  1955  Prdn 23(3) 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,58
  J/5Q Alpine  1956  Prdn 4  4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,58
  J/5R Alpine  1956  Prdn 7(1) 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,44,58

 J/1S (Note 1)   1956  Prdn (2) Re-engined J/1 1,2
  J Alpha 5  1957  Prdn 14  2S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2
  J/5T   1957  Prdn 1  4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1

 J/5H (Note 3) Cirrus Autocar  1957  Prdn (1) Re-engined J/5B 1,2,58
  J/1U Workmaster  1958  Prdn 10  4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,20,29,58
  J/5V Autocar  1959  Prdn 1  4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,58
  J/1W   1959  Prdn 1  3S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1
  J/5X   1959  Proj 0 Re-engined Aiglet Trainer (1)

 J/1Y (Note 2)   1959  Prdn (2) Re-engined Autocrat (1)
  J/5Z   1959  Proj 0 Re-engined Alpine (1)
  J/5J   1959  Proj 0 Re-engined Adventure (1)
  K 6A Tugmaster  1960  Prdn (31) 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,21,58
  K 6B Terrier A.61 (See note 4) 1961  Prdn (75) 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,58


Auster Aircraft Limitedtop
The SBAC system sequence.

Project No

Type No

Name

Alternative Name(s)

Year

Spec

Status

Qty

Description

References

  A1  

Model M redesignated? - See Model M

  A2  

Model N redesignated - See Model N

  A3   1947  Proj 0 2S, 1E low wing light a/c (1)
  A4   1948  Proj 0 2S, 1E low wing AOP (1)
  A5   1948  Proj 0 2S, 1E low wing AOP (1)
  A6   1948  Proj 0 2S, 1E touring trainer (1)
  A7   1948  Proj 0 5S, 2E high wing pusher 12,28
  A8   1948  Proj 0 S, 1E low wing AOP (1)
  A9 T.16/48  1949 T.16/48 (OR.257) Proj 0 2S basic trainer (1)
  B1     Proj 0 Mid-wing AOP design (6)
  B2 Unknown       
  B3   1951  Prdn 150  Pilotless target 1,9,10,11,57
  B4 Ambulance  1951  Proto 1  1E high wing ambulance / freighter 1,2,19,27,41,58
  B5 Auster AOP.9  1954 A.20/49 (OR.270) Prdn 183  4S, 1E high wing AOP 1,27,32,42
  B5 Auster 9M  1967  Prdn (23) Civilian conversion of AOP.9 2
  B6   1953  Proj 0 1S, 1E high wing agricultural a/c 23
  B7   1953  Proj 0 5S, 2E tourer (1)
  B8 Agricola  1956  Prdn 8(5) 1S, 1E agricultural a/c 1,2,19,23,45,58
  B9   1954 HR.144T (OR.319) Proj 0 Light helicopter 1
  C1   1955  Proj 0 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c (1)
  C2   1955  Proj 0 Light helicopter (1)
  C3   1955  Proj 0 Light helicopter (1)
  C4 Antarctic  1955  Prdn (2) 2S, 1E high wing monoplane trainer 1
  C5   1955  Proj 0 1E high wing ambulance / freighter (1)
  C6 Atlantic  1957  Proto 1  4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,20,56,58
  C7   1956  Proj 0 Light helicopter (1)
  C8   1956  Proj 0 Light helicopter (1)
  C9   1956  Proj 0 Advanced version of B3 (1)
  D1   1957  Proj 0 11S, 2E troop transport (1)
  D2   1958  Proj 0 2S, 1E AOP (1)
  D3   1958  Proj 0 2S, 1E low-wing light a/c (1)
  D4  D4/108 1960  Prdn 15  4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,20,25,30,46,58
  D5 Husky D5/160, D5/180 1961  Prdn 176(1) 4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,20,25,30,31,58
  D6  D6/160, D6/180 1960  Prdn 4  4S, 1E high wing monoplane light a/c 1,2,20,30,47,58
  D7   1960  Proj 0 Agricultural version of D5 (1)
  D8   1960  Proj 0 Tricycle version of D6

 See Beagle A109 Airedale

  D9   1960  Proj 0 Tricycle version of D4 (1)
  E1 Unknown       
  E2 Unknown       
  E3 Auster 11 A.115 1961    

 See Beagle A.115

Project References                    To show project references in a floating window



Project References

1       Austers - 'Nearly All You Want To Know', Mike Preston & Mick Ames (International Auster Club Heritage Group, 2002)

2       British Civil Aircraft Since 1919, Vol 1, A.J. Jackson (Putnam, 1973)

3       British Civil Aircraft Since 1919, Vol 3, A.J. Jackson (Putnam, 1974)

4       British Light Aeroplanes, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (GMS Enterprises, 2000)

5       British Gliders and Sailplanes 1922-1970, Norman Ellison (Adam and Charles Black, 1970)

6       Auster Quarterly Magazine Issue 2

7       Air Britain Archive, 1994/3 (Air-Britain Publications)

8       Air Britain Digest, 1989/2 (Air-Britain Publications)

9       Air Britain Digest, 1995/3 (Air-Britain Publications)

10     Air Britain Digest, 1996/1 (Air-Britain Publications)

11     Air Britain Digest, 1996/4 (Air-Britain Publications)

12     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Dec 1977

13     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Dec 1983

14     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, May-Jun 1987

15     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Jul 1987

16     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Dec 1987

17     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Jan 1988

18     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Feb 1988

19     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Mar 1988

20     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Apr 1988

21     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, May 1988

22     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Dec 1989

23     Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, May 1997

24     Air Enthusiast Quarterly 11

25     Air Enthusiast Quarterly 68

26     Air Enthusiast Quarterly 121

27     Air Enthusiast Quarterly 122

28     Air Pictorial Magazine, Feb 1954

29     Air Pictorial Magazine, Aug 1958

30     Air Pictorial Magazine, Aug 1967

31     Aviation News Magazine Vol 4/6

32     Aviation News Magazine Vol 12/21

33     Wingspan (Incorporating Planes) Magazine #62

34     Flight Magazine, Aug 3, 1939

35     Flight Magazine, Sep 23, 1943

36     Flight Magazine, Apr 20, 1944

37     Flight Magazine, Oct 18, 1945

38     Flight Magazine, May 25, 1948

39     Flight Magazine, Mar 16, 1950

40     Flight Magazine, Feb 1, 1951

41     Flight Magazine, Oct 5, 1951

42     Flight Magazine, Jun 11, 1954

43     Flight Magazine, Oct 21, 1955

44     Flight Magazine, Nov 25, 1955

45     Flight Magazine, Jan 13, 1956

46     Flight Magazine, May 6, 1960

47     Flight Magazine, Sep 30, 1960

48     Aircraft Of The Fighting Powers, Vol II (Harborough Publishing, 1941)

49     Aircraft Of The Fighting Powers, Vol IV (Harborough Publishing, 1943)

50     Aircraft Of The Fighting Powers, Vol V (Harborough Publishing, 1944)

51     Aircraft Of The Fighting Powers, Vol VII (Harborough Publishing, 1946)

52     BCAN Vol 20 No.17, 14 Sep 1963

53     Flight Magazine, Mar 3, 1949

54     History of the Auster Aeroplane, The,,  A.V. Hitchman and Mike Preston (The International Auster Club Heritage Group, 2006)

55     Beagle News No.6,  available at http://austerhg.org/

56     Auster News Volume 6 No 7,  available at http://austerhg.org/

57     Sitting Ducks and Peeping Toms,  Michael I. Draper (Air Britain Publications, 2011)

58     British Private Aircraft, 1946-1970, Volume 2, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (Mushroom Model Publications, 2013)


1.    Austers - 'Nearly All You Want To Know', Mike Preston & Mick Ames (International Auster Club Heritage Group, 2002)
2.    British Civil Aircraft Since 1919, Vol 1, A.J. Jackson (Putnam, 1973)
3.    British Civil Aircraft Since 1919, Vol 3, A.J. Jackson (Putnam, 1974)
4.    British Light Aeroplanes, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (GMS Enterprises, 2000)
5.    British Gliders and Sailplanes 1922-1970, Norman Ellison (Adam and Charles Black, 1970)
6.    Auster Quarterly Magazine Issue 2
7.    Air Britain Archive, 1994/3 (Air-Britain Publications)
8.    Air Britain Digest, 1989/2 (Air-Britain Publications)
9.    Air Britain Digest, 1995/3 (Air-Britain Publications)
10.    Air Britain Digest, 1996/1 (Air-Britain Publications)
11.    Air Britain Digest, 1996/4 (Air-Britain Publications)
12.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Dec 1977
13.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Dec 1983
14.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, May-Jun 1987
15.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Jul 1987
16.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Dec 1987
17.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Jan 1988
18.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Feb 1988
19.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Mar 1988
20.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Apr 1988
21.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, May 1988
22.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Dec 1989
23.    Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, May 1997
24.    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 11
25.    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 68
26.    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 121
27.    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 122
28.    Air Pictorial Magazine, Feb 1954
29.    Air Pictorial Magazine, Aug 1958
30.    Air Pictorial Magazine, Aug 1967
31.    Aviation News Magazine Vol 4/6
32.    Aviation News Magazine Vol 12/21
33.    Wingspan (Incorporating Planes) Magazine #62
34.    Flight Magazine, Aug 3, 1939
35.    Flight Magazine, Sep 23, 1943
36.    Flight Magazine, Apr 20, 1944
37.    Flight Magazine, Oct 18, 1945
38.    Flight Magazine, May 25, 1948
39.    Flight Magazine, Mar 16, 1950
40.    Flight Magazine, Feb 1, 1951
41.    Flight Magazine, Oct 5, 1951
42.    Flight Magazine, Jun 11, 1954
43.    Flight Magazine, Oct 21, 1955
44.    Flight Magazine, Nov 25, 1955
45.    Flight Magazine, Jan 13, 1956
46.    Flight Magazine, May 6, 1960
47.    Flight Magazine, Sep 30, 1960
48.    Aircraft Of The Fighting Powers, Vol II (Harborough Publishing, 1941)
49.    Aircraft Of The Fighting Powers, Vol IV (Harborough Publishing, 1943)
50.    Aircraft Of The Fighting Powers, Vol V (Harborough Publishing, 1944)
51.    Aircraft Of The Fighting Powers, Vol VII (Harborough Publishing, 1946)
52.    BCAN Vol 20 No.17, 14 Sep 1963
53.Flight Magazine, Mar 3, 1949
54.

History of the Auster Aeroplane, The, A.V. Hitchman and Mike Preston (The International Auster Club Heritage Group, 2006)

55.Beagle News No.6, available at http://austerhg.org/
56.Auster News Volume 6 No 7, available at http://austerhg.org/
57.Sitting Ducks and Peeping Toms, Michael I. Draper (Air Britain Publications, 2011)
58.British Private Aircraft, 1946-1970, Volume 2, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (Mushroom Model Publications, 2013)



Notes
  1. The Model J/1S which was merely the allocation given to a J/1 Autocrat which had been converted by its Kenyan owner to take a Gipsy Major 10 engine which originally came from a Chipmunk. The Model number was issued by Auster’s to clear the aircraft through its certification. [1]   
  2. This designation was later used for similar non-Auster produced conversions. See J/1 production
  3. As this was not an Auster produced conversion, the Model number was presumably issued by Auster’s to clear the aircraft through its certification.
  4. Beagle designation, possibly based on being derived from the Auster 6.



Production Summary top

Note: In the Production Summary, conversions are only listed where they result in a change from one Type to another. Changes to sub-type or Mark Number are not shown in the summary. For details of these, see the individual listings.

 

Type No

Name

Qty (New)

Qty (Conv.)

Canc'd

 

 C

 Plus C

23

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 C/2

(15)

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 D

 Plus D

8

(56)

2

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 D/1

 Auster I

100

 

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 E

 Auster III

468

(3)

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 E

 Auster 3

(54)

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 F

 Auster II

2

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 G

 Auster AOP.IV

254

(1)

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 G

 Auster 4

(21)

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 H

(1)

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 J

 Auster AOP.V

790

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 J

 Auster 5

(251)

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 J

 Auster 5A

 (???)

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 J

 5C

(2)

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 J

 5D

1

(24)

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 J

 5M

(2)

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 J

 Alpha 5

14

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 J/1

 Autocrat

420

(3)

2

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 J/1A

 Autocrat

 (???)

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 J/1B

 Aiglet

87

(4)

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 J/1N

 Alpha

45

(61)

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 J/1U

 Workmaster

10

 

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 J/1W

 

1

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 J/2

 Arrow

43

(1)

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 J/3

 Atom

1

 

1

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 J/4

 Archer

27

(2)

 

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 J/5

 Autocrat

53

 

 

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 J/5A

 Autocrat

5

(1) 

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 J/5B

 Autocar

85

(1)

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 J/5E

 Autocar

1

 

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 J/5F

 Aiglet Trainer

87

 

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 J/5G

 Cirrus Autocar

94

(2)

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 J/5K

 Aiglet Trainer

1

(1)

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 J/5L

 Aiglet Trainer

27

(2)

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 J/5P

 Autocar

23

(3)

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 J/5Q

 Alpine

4

 

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 J/5R

 Alpine

7

(1)

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 J/5T

 

1

 

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 J/5V

 Autocar

1

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 J/6

 

 

1

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 J/8F

 Aiglet Trainer

1

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 J/8L

 Aiglet Trainer

 (1)

 

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 'Sharpes Special'

1

 

 

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 K

 Auster AOP.VI

378

123

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 K

 Auster AOP.8

 

 

1

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 K

 Auster T.10

(10)

 

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 K

 Auster 6

(36)

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 K

 6A Tugmaster

(31)

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 K

 6B Terrier

(74)

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 L   

1

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 N A.2/45

2

 

2

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 P

 Avis

2

 

 

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 Q

 Auster T.7

88

 

15

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 Q

 Auster 7

 

(4)

 

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 S

 Model S

1

 

 

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 B3

 

150

 

 

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 B4

 Ambulance

1

 

 

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 B5

 Auster AOP.9

183

 

 

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 B5

 Auster 9M

 

(23)

(1)

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 B8

 Agricola

8

(5)

8

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 C4

 Antarctic

 

(2)

 

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 C6

 Atlantic

1

 

 

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 D4 **

 

15

 

 

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 D5 **

 Husky

176

(1)

 

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 D6

 

4

 

3

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 D8

 

 

 

3

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 ** Includes OGMA production.

Total Auster Production

3693

Total Auster Cancelled Orders

160


Non-Auster Developed Conversions

Type No

Name

Qty (Conv.)

 
 J/1 Kingsland

(1)

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 J/1BL Aiglet

(1)

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 J/1S 

(2)

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 J/1Y 

(2)

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 J/2C 'Super Arrow'

(1)

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 J/4S 

(1)

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 J/4T Archer Special

(1)

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 J/4 Archer Special

(1)

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 J4-100 

(1)

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 J/5GL Cirrus Autocar

(1)

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 J/5H Cirrus Autocar

(1)

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  Bushmaster

(1)

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  Super Autocar

(1)

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Page Revision History Page Top

Revised at Version 1.3.0
  • Added applicable Operational Requirement (OR) numbers.

Revised at Version 1.2.0
  • Corrected quantities for Auster 3, Auster 5, Auster 7, J/8F, 5M, J/1Y, 6B Terrier, 9M, B8 Agricola, D5 and D8.
  • Added Notes 1 to 4.
  • Added non-Auster developed conversions table.

V1.3.0 Created by Roger Moss. Last updated February 2017