Lost without trace in Bass Strait on October 19, 1934 with the loss of 11 lives including the founder of Holyman's Airways, Victor Holyman. A month later a chair washed up on a beach at Waratah Bay, Victoria.
"Miss Hobart" was the second DH-86 to be built, and one of only four to have a single-crew cockpit layout. Delivered by sea to Australia arriving in August 1934. Assembled at RAAF Laverton. Delivered to Holyman's at Launceston on 1st October. Operated on the Tasmania-Melbourne service from 3 October but disappeared over the Bass Straight on 19 October with no trace found of aircraft or the 12 persons on board. Obtained from ANA 50 years ago.