7 results found
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Serial Painted:A98-340
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 180
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 180/Skywagon 180 (U-17)
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
Operator Painted:Australia - Army
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Avalon (YMAV / AVV)Map
Region / Country:Victoria, Australia
Event:Australian International Airshow 2011
Photo Date:4 March 2011
Photo by:Andrei BezmylovContact
Photo ID:90876
View count: 44
On static display at the Avalon Airshow 2011
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Serial Painted:A98-340
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
Operator Painted:Australia - Army
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Avalon (YMAV / AVV)
Photo Date:4 March 2011
Photo by:Andrei BezmylovContact
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 180
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 180/Skywagon 180 (U-17)
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Tottenham (YTOT)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:27 March 1989
Photo by:David Tanner (via Daniel Tanner)Contact
Photo ID:45925
View count: 37
Photograph taken in the early days, nothing like the condition it's flying around today.
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Tottenham (YTOT)
Photo Date:27 March 1989
Photo by:David Tanner (via Daniel Tanner)Contact
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Serial Painted:A98-340
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 180
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 180/Skywagon 180 (U-17)
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
Operator Painted:Australia - Army
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Point Cook (YMPC)Map
Region / Country:Victoria, Australia
Event:Centenary of Military Aviation Airshow 2014
Photo Date:2 March 2014
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Photo ID:42771
View count: 46
This Cessna 180 was built for the Australian Army. Allocated the 'trade-plate' N5040E for testing, it was delivered on 20 April 1959 and allocated the serial A98-340. It initially served with 16 AOP Flight and later with 161 Recce Squadron. Sold on 20 August 1975 to the Victorian Forestry Department and registered VH-TVA(2), but quickly on-sold. The current owner flew it extensively in New Guinea in the '60s. Seen at the Centenary of Military Aviation airshow.
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Serial Painted:A98-340
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
Operator Painted:Australia - Army
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Point Cook (YMPC)
Photo Date:2 March 2014
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Serial Painted:A98-340
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 180
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 180/Skywagon 180 (U-17)
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
Operator Painted:Australia - Army
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Avalon (YMAV / AVV)Map
Region / Country:Victoria, Australia
Photo Date:6 March 2011
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Photo ID:41953
View count: 57
This Cessna 180 was built for the Australian Army. Allocated the 'trade-plate' N5040E for testing, it was delivered on 20 April 1959 and allocated the serial A98-340. It initially served with 16 AOP Flight and later with 161 Recce Squadron. Sold on 20 August 1975 to the Victorian Forestry Department and registered VH-TVA(2), but quickly on-sold. The current owner flew it extensively in New Guinea in the '60s. Since I last photographed it the original Army colour scheme has been restored.
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Serial Painted:A98-340
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
Operator Painted:Australia - Army
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Avalon (YMAV / AVV)
Photo Date:6 March 2011
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Other Marks:340
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 180
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 180/Skywagon 180 (U-17)
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Kyabram - Idlewild (YKYB)Map
Region / Country:Victoria, Australia
Photo Date:24 October 2010
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Photo ID:40728
View count: 60
This Cessna 180 was built for the Australian Army. Allocated the 'trade-plate' N5040E for testing, it was delivered on 20 April 1959 and allocated the serial A98-340. It initially served with 16 AOP Flight and later with 161 Recce Squadron. Sold on 20 August 1975 to the Victorian Forestry Department and registered VH-TVA(2), but quickly on-sold. The current owner flew it extensively in New Guinea in the '60s and has plans to restore the former Army markings.
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Kyabram - Idlewild (YKYB)
Photo Date:24 October 2010
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Military Code:340
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 180
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 180/Skywagon 180 (U-17)
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Kyabram - Idlewild (YKYB)Map
Region / Country:Victoria, Australia
Photo Date:23 October 2010
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Photo ID:35520
View count: 60
Final for Kyabram's Runway 19. This former Australian Army aircraft still carries a few reminders of its military origins on the panel, such as the blue rocket sequencer at top right. Thanks for the ride, Murray!
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Kyabram - Idlewild (YKYB)
Photo Date:23 October 2010
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Other Marks:340
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 180
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 180/Skywagon 180 (U-17)
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Kyabram - Idlewild (YKYB)Map
Region / Country:Victoria, Australia
Photo Date:24 October 2010
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Photo ID:34427
View count: 49
This Cessna 180 was built for the Australian Army. Allocated the 'trade-plate' N5040E for testing, it was delivered on 20 April 1959 and allocated the serial A98-340. It initially served with 16 AOP Flight and later with 161 Recce Squadron. Sold on 20 August 1975 to the Victorian Forestry Department and registered VH-TVA(2), but quickly on-sold. The current owner flew it extensively in New Guinea in the '60s and has plans to restore the former Army markings.
Registration / Serial:VH-TVA
Aircraft Version:Cessna 180A
C/n (msn):50340
City / Airport:Kyabram - Idlewild (YKYB)
Photo Date:24 October 2010
Photo by:Phil VabreContact