3 results found
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft Original TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft Generic TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportSydney - Bankstown (YSBK / BWU)Map
Region / CountryNew South Wales, Australia
Photo DateNovember 1969
Photo byDavid CarterContact
Photo ID55308Submit Correction
View count: 96
VH-MVR in its original gold and white colour scheme.
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportSydney - Bankstown (YSBK / BWU)Map
Photo DateNovember 1969
Photo byDavid CarterContact
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft Original TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft Generic TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportSydney - Bankstown (YSBK / BWU)Map
Region / CountryNew South Wales, Australia
Photo DateNovember 1969
Photo byDavid CarterContact
Photo ID55308Submit Correction
View count: 96
VH-MVR in its original gold and white colour scheme.
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportSydney - Bankstown (YSBK / BWU)Map
Photo DateNovember 1969
Photo byDavid CarterContact
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft Original TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft Generic TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportMangalore (YMNG)Map
Region / CountryVictoria, Australia
EventMangalore Air Show 1984
Photo Date22 April 1984
Photo byDavid Tanner (via Daniel Tanner)Contact
Photo ID35614Submit Correction
View count: 51
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportMangalore (YMNG)Map
Photo Date22 April 1984
Photo byDavid Tanner (via Daniel Tanner)Contact
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft Original TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft Generic TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportMangalore (YMNG)Map
Region / CountryVictoria, Australia
EventMangalore Air Show 1984
Photo Date22 April 1984
Photo byDavid Tanner (via Daniel Tanner)Contact
Photo ID35614Submit Correction
View count: 51
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportMangalore (YMNG)Map
Photo Date22 April 1984
Photo byDavid Tanner (via Daniel Tanner)Contact
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft Original TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft Generic TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportSydney - Schofields (YSFS) (closed)Map
Region / CountryNew South Wales, Australia
EventSchofields Air Show 1981
Photo Date28 March 1981
Photo byDavid CarterContact
Photo ID22695Submit Correction
View count: 61
VH-MVR was the prototype of a four-seat aircraft to complement the two-seat Victa Airtourer trainer. The failure of Victa to win tariff protection saw it exit the aircraft industry but the Aircruiser was completed, test flown (first flight July 18, 1966) and certified. -MVR was registered in September 1967. The Aircruiser was among the assets sold by Victa to AESL in New Zealand and became the basis is the CT/4 Airtrainer. After 10 years in New Zealand as ZK-DAH, the sole Aircruiser returned to Australia and took up its former identity in 1979.
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportSydney - Schofields (YSFS) (closed)Map
Photo Date28 March 1981
Photo byDavid CarterContact
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft Original TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft Generic TypeVicta Aircruiser
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportSydney - Schofields (YSFS) (closed)Map
Region / CountryNew South Wales, Australia
EventSchofields Air Show 1981
Photo Date28 March 1981
Photo byDavid CarterContact
Photo ID22695Submit Correction
View count: 61
VH-MVR was the prototype of a four-seat aircraft to complement the two-seat Victa Airtourer trainer. The failure of Victa to win tariff protection saw it exit the aircraft industry but the Aircruiser was completed, test flown (first flight July 18, 1966) and certified. -MVR was registered in September 1967. The Aircruiser was among the assets sold by Victa to AESL in New Zealand and became the basis is the CT/4 Airtrainer. After 10 years in New Zealand as ZK-DAH, the sole Aircruiser returned to Australia and took up its former identity in 1979.
Registration / SerialVH-MVR
Aircraft VersionVicta Aircruiser 210CS
C/n (msn)07-1
City / AirportSydney - Schofields (YSFS) (closed)Map
Photo Date28 March 1981
Photo byDavid CarterContact