Aeroplane Monthly 1980-07
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De Havilland D.H.60G Moth CF-AAA /Preservation Profile/
In December 1945 the Moth, in company with other rare light aircraft impressed into RAF service, came up for public sale under the auspices of the Ministry of Aircraft Production at No 5 MU, still in its RAF camouflage
In 1975 CF-AAA was completely overhauled and painted in its present colour scheme, and a tailwheel was fitted.
On February 19, 1946, the Moth was restored to the register as G-ABJJ and registered to Airtraining (Oxford) Fairoaks later passing to Universal Flying Services