Nardi-Siai Marchetti FN-333 Riviera OO-HAR (c/n 0102)
The plane was built in 1966 and made his first flight as I-RAIW. Became OO-DEB and later on OO-HAR. Was sold afterwards to a French private owner becoming
F-BTAM. As per last informations, should be in restauration.
(Coll SBAP)
 
Short Stirling Mk V OO_XAV (c/n SH.1529)
Immediately after WW II many bomber types were quickly converted to freighters. This conversion was ensured by Airtech Company in 1947 and the aircraft was used by the Belgian Trans-Air company. This ex- RAF Stirling (PK174 / 51 Squadron) was later sold to the Egyptian Air Force for crew training. 10 Stirling wore the Belgian OO code.
(Coll SBAP)
Deperdussin Monocoque
Picture taken in 1913, when Henri Crombez is preparing for a flight during the Gordon Bennett cup.

(Coll SBAP)
 
Stampe & Renard R.S.V.32/100  OO-AJF
Registered O-BAJF on July 13th, 1928. The plane was owned by Pivate Mr Abeele from Oostend. Became
OO-AJF in 1929. The plane desapear during the second World War and registration was definitively scrapped on March 26th, 1946
(Coll SBAP)
Voisin Biplane 1910
Alphonse De Ridder preparing for a flight during the Stockel (Brussels) meeting held between the 23rd of July and the 4th of August 1910. De Ridder was one of the Belgian aeronautical pioneers. He was in possession of the Belgian flight license n° 13 obtained on June 25th
, 1910
(Coll SBAP)
Fokker D.VII  OO-AMH  (Cor 245)
Acquired by Mr Bolinne on August 22nd, 1931. Sold to Mr Bauduin in May 1934
 the registration was cancelled on October 21st, 1937.
(Coll SBAP)

Douglas DC-3  OO-VDF   (c/n 9410)
Produced in 1942, the plane was firstly used by USAF and then RAF. Bought by KLM in the 1950’s. Acquired by DAT in January 1963, the plane was used during a year. Sold on the international market, the plane crashed in Mozambique in 1992.
(Coll SBAP)

Schweizer 269D-330   OO-PDP  (c/n 010)
In service by Crown helicopter, the OO-PDP was bought in the 
mid 1990’s and sold in the US in November 2005.
(Coll SBAP)

RSV26/180-2   O-BOTJ  (c/n 134)
Owned by SEGA flying school of Gosselies since May 1927, the plane changed of registration in 1929 and became OO-OTJ owned by the Ecole Nationale d’Aviation located at Haren. The plane completely disappears during the war and the registration was definitively canceled on June 04th, 1946.
(Coll SBAP)

Douglas DC-6A   OO-SDC  (c/n 43064)

Former Sabena aircraft this one was leased by BIAS between March 22sd and September 20th, 1963

(Coll SBAP)

Saab S.91D Safir   OO-VOS  (c/n 91434)
Private owned and seen here at Kiewit airfield in July 1981.
(Coll Bruno Ghils)

Airbus A320-214  OO-TCH  (c/n 1929)
Delivered  to Condor Berlin, the plane is operated for Thomas Cook group under Belgian registration since February 2008. Seen here in 2013 at Brussels National with the “Ice Watch” special markings.
(Serge Van Heertum)
Breguet 19  OO-AKP    (c/n 230)
Former Aeronautique Militaire B-5, the plane took a civil registration to perform a raid Belgium-Congo. The pilots where O. Vanderlinden and R. Fabry. The raid was made to open the regular route between Brussels and the colonies. Departure December 7th, 1930 and arrived at Leopoldville on December 15th. On the way back the plane was blocked for 3 month’s due technical reasons. Picture is
taken on the way back at Bangui in April 1931.
(Coll SBAP)

De Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (c/n CCF.19)
This plane was the former Belgian Air Force
evaluated aircraft andregistered C-1. 
Seen here in the late 1960’s, the plane was owned by the Royal Antwerp Aviation Club. The plane crashed at Seppe (NL) on September 19th, 1970.
(Coll Bruno Ghils)

Piper Aerostar PA60-600  OO-RAP    (c/n 61-0273-105)
Private owner, seen here in 1981 or 1982 before that the plane 
was sold back to the US in July 1982 and became N24LL
(Coll Bruno Ghils)
Boeing B-737-229  G-BETC  (c/n 20908)
Former Sabena aircraft (OO-SDB), the plane was acquired by TEA in March 1988.
Subleased to TEA UK as G-BETC between May 1989 and March 1990.
Seen here in April 1989 at Sabena Technics before delivery to the UK side of TEA company.
(Serge Van Heertum)
Aero Commander 680  OO-SID  (c/n 357)
Owned by Sotramat as from May 1960, the aircraft was retired and is now preserved since 2006 at Delft technical university in the Netherland. Picture was probably taken at Deurne airport in the late 1970’s.

(Coll Bruno Ghils)
Swearingen SA-226AT Merlin IVA  OO-VGD  (c/n AT-062)
Registered as OO-VGD in 1986 by Freddy Van Gaever. The plane flew first for DHL. Became Frevag airlines in 1990. This company was integrated in Flanders Airlines on May 18th, 1991. Canceled from Belgian register in 1993, the plane was sold to Denmark.
(Serge Van Heertum)
Percival P10 Vega Gull  OO-ATY  (c/n K.47)
Seen here at Rouen airfield in June 1935. Was bought, afterward, by A. Bauwens in December 1939.
The aircraft forms were suspended by the Belgian flight administration in December 1943. The plane was probably destructed during the war and the registration canceled on February 1st, 1946.
(Coll SBAP)

Beechcraft F35 Bonanza  OO-JAC  (c/n 1054)
Registered OO-JAC in September 1955 and owned by Mrs Cousin Jacqueline.
Registration was canceled in December 1962 and
became later OO-JAO until May 1964.
(Coll Bruno Ghils)

Piper PA-23-160 Apache  OO-TRA  (c/n 23-1269)


Acquired in 1974 by Publi Air, the plane remain airworthy until early 80’s.
Afterward the plane disappears from aeronautical history.


(Coll SBAP)

Piper PA-32R-301 Saratoga  OO-GMG  (c/n 32R-8013108)
The plane was firstly registered OO-HKJ in September 1980. Became OO-GMG  in April 1981 when the aircraft was acquired by NEAS. Seen here at Charleroi with the Tefal sponsoring colours
for the raid "Air Transat" in 1982. Was afterward transferred to “Aviation de Tourisme Caroloregienne”.
The aircraft was written off in 1997 and became N716CM.
(Coll SBAP)

De Havilland Canada UC-1A Otter    OO-HAD   (c/n 148 - bu144669)
Using during the Belgian-Dutch Antarctic Expedition in 1967 - 1970.
The plane crashed at the South African SANAE Station in the Antarctic
on February 9th, 1970 and was a complete write off.
(Coll SBAP)
Boeing B-737-8K5   OO-JAV   (c/n 40943)
Acquired by TUI group (Jetairfly) on April 8th, 2013.
But owned by Avolon Aerospace.His test registration was N5573L.
Seen at Brussels National landing R
unway 19 on August 15th, 2013.
(Serge Van Heertum)
Caudron C.282/4 Super Phalene OO-MCE  (c/n 6667/5)
& Caudron C.510 Pélican  OO-JHS (c/n 7345/52)
Pictures taken around October 1937 before the transfer of both planes to Belgian Congo
. The super Phalene was equipped with Gipsy Major engine and the C.510 Pélican is a derivative ambulance model of the C.282.
(Coll SBAP)
De Havilland Canada DHC-8Q-402 “Dash 8”  G-JECY  (c/n 4157)
Former Fly.Be plane, leased by SN Brussels Airlines since September 2012.
Seen at landing on Brussels Airport in August 2013
.

(Serge Van Heertum)

Piper L-18C Super Cub  OO-HBS   (c/n 18-1511)
Former US Army plane, owned by FBA/BSD from December 1977 until October 1996. Plane was stored due engine end of potential. Registered D-EATY in 2002.
(Coll SBAP)

Cessna F150J   OO-HBD   (c/n 0464)
Owned by FBA/BSD from August 1969 until October 1996
Stored in Belgium until 2004 and registerd SP
-KGH.
(Coll SBAP)

Simonet SHBF Aviette   OO-AKF   (CoR 208)
Robert Fabry, a well-known military pilot of the “Aeronautique Militaire”,
equipped the Aviette Glider with Gillet engine of 500cc in 1926-1927.
This may be considered as the first Belgian ULM…seen here in flight around 1930.

(Coll SBAP)

Cessna 180SR   OO-EXP    (c/n 50617)
During the Belgian Antarctica expedition of 1957-1958
The plane is just unloaded of the cargo at the Belgian station
(Coll SBAP)
Tipsy Belfair  OO-TIB  (c/n 532)

Built in 1947, seen here at Gosselies airshow in 1952




(Coll Pierre Taquet)

Fokker D.VII  OO-AMI  (CoR 250)
Former Belgian military aircraft, was sold on civilian market in 1931.
The aircraft was registered OO-AMI on September 5th, 1931.
The aircraft was modified in two seat version by Sabca in 1934 just before the fatal crash
. The plane was lost at Mourmelon (France) on November 12th, 1934 during the shooting of the movie “l’équipage”

(Coll Pierre Taquet)

Fiat G-46-5A Monoposto  OO-VOR  (c/n 199)
Military trainer developed after the war, 221 aircraft were built.
The OO-VOR was acquired by the Vormezeele Collection pictured at Braschaat in May 2005.
(Serge Van Heertum)

Siai Marchetti SF.260MP   OO-ASP  (cn15-46)
A private owner acquired the plane in May 1977. The plane sadly crashed at Bertrix on September 11th, 1977 and was than written off.
(Coll SBAP)

Mc Donnell Douglas MD-11   N273WA   (c/n48519/539)
Citybird “Seagull” at take
off from runway 25R in July 1997.
(Serge van Oosterzee
)

Boeing B-767-33A(ER)     OO-CTR   (c/n 28495/643)
Citybird owned aircraft at landing 25L in August 1998.
(Serge van Oosterzee
)

Aeronca 7AC Champion   OO-TWR   (c/n 7AC-4082)

Owned by the Centre National d'Aviation (Grimbergen) in the early sixties.

The plane was written of in August 1966.

(Jean Pierre Blanckaert)

Erco 415C Ercoupe  OO-JPB    (c/n 4777)

Owned by the Centre National d'Aviation (Grimbergen) in the early 1950’s

Picture taken in the 1960’s.

(Jean-Pierre Blanckaert)

Cessna 525 Citation   OO-IDE  (c/n 525-0037)

Owned by Air Service Liège since 2006.
On taxi at Brussels in 2009

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Avro RJ-85   OO-DJN  (c/n 2275)

Former Delta/Sabena aircraft until bankrupcy, took over by the new SN Brussels company. At landing 25L in 2009.

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Cessna 170B   OO-SPB    (c/n 20615)

Temploux airfield in the 1960's after a family flight.

(Coll Laurent Cuvelier)

Boeing B-737-8BK  OO-VAC  (c/n 33014)

At departure from Bordeaux airport during Summer 2012

(Laurent Cuvelier)

Handlay Page HP.61 Halifax B.VI   OO-XAB  (c/n ?)

From Trans-Air in 1946 Due registration refusing by the authorities the plane was ferried back to the United Kingdom.

 (Coll SBAP)

Ercoupe 415C   OO-ERC  (c/n 2006)

Private owner in 1946-1947.

Became OO-AEA in July 1947

 (Pierre Taquet)

Aero Commander 680E   OO-SID  (c/n 357-46)

Owned by SOTRAMAT end 1970's

 (Coll Bruno Ghils)

Henri Mignet HM293  "Pou du Ciel"   OO-11

Presented in airshow by the well known Fernand Noiset. Picture from 1977

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Renard R.30    OO-AMK     (c/n Prototype)
The prototype was built in 1931 but never produced.
During second world war the project was suspended and the plane desappeared.
(Coll SBAP)
Agusta A109A-2    OO-AHE     (c/n 7325)
The helicopter was bought by EG Helservice in 1993. After the bankroute
 of the company the helicopter was bought to a foreign operator.
(Coll SBAP)
Bell 206A Jet Ranger    OO-CDP     (c/n 8046)
Brussels Airways in the early 1970's. Owner: Publi Air
(Coll SBAP)
Piper PA-18-135    OO-VVP     (c/n 18-2539)
Take off from Saint Hubert airfield in 1975
(Serge Van Heertum)

Aero Commander 500B   OO-DAM  c/n 863-1)

Owned by Aero Survey the picture was taken in 1989

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Morane Saulnier 883 Rallye 115   OO-ATP  (c/n 1568)

Preparing for a local flight at Saint Hubert airfield in 1975

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Gates Learjet 35A   OO-LFY  (c/n 35A-200)

Owned by ABELAG, the picture was take on Abelag apron in 1992

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Gates Learjet 35A   OO-GBL    (c/n 35A-284)

Owned by ABELAG, the picture was take on Abelag apron in 1992

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Cessna 172M "Skyhawk II"    OO-PRS   (c/n 1044)
Owned by Publi Air, seen at Grimbergen airfield in 1976
 (Serge Van Heertum)
Cessna F337G  "Skymaster"    OO-EDU   (c/n 0067)   
Owned by BAS Air Service, seen here in the late 1970's
 (Serge Van Heertum)
Scintex CP1310C3 "Super Emeraude"    OO-NSF   (c/n 935)
Private owner, at Toke off from Saint Hubert airfield in the summer of 1976
During Belgian life the plane had different owner. Written Off in December 1997
(Serge Van Heertum)
Enstrom F28A    OO-PRV   (c/n 146)
Bought by Publi Air 1981, transfered to DC Air Service in 1993, the hicopter was lost in 1994 due a serious gust at landing
(Serge Van Heertum)
Piaggio P149D   OO-HDA   (c/n 151)
Former Luftwaffe aircraft, was first registered D-EHET. Became Belgian private aircraft in July 1975 and was based at Charleroi Gosselies.
(Serge Van Heertum)
De Havilland DH-89A "Dragon Rapide"   OO-CFI   (c/n 6932)
Former RAF aircraft, was sold to Air Congo Division in August 1948.
Bought by Sabena in March 1950 and sold to DTA a couple of months later.

(Coll SBAP)

Wassmer-Jodel D120A  OO-FDR   (c/n 1547)

At Saint Hubert aeroclub in the summer of 1975

 (Serge Van Heertum)
 

Stampe and Vertongen SV4Bis  OO-MCI   c/n 1189

Former Belgian Air Force V47 and sold to civilian market
Seen here when owned by Belgian defence Aeroclub in 1977

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Saab S91B-2 "Safir"   OO-NOR   (c/n 91335)

Former Norvegian Air force, the plane was bought by
the NATO flying association in 1982

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Mudry Cap 10B  OO-LAT   (c/n 73)

Bought in 1977 and owned by Acro Liège

The plane was based at Spa la Sauvenière until July 1986

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Cessna 180SR   OO-EXP    (c/n 50617)
During the Belgian Antarctic expedition in the late 1950's
in company of a special designed snowcat
(Coll Jean-Marie Cuvelier via "Buzz")
Siai Marchetti SF.260C    OO-HHR     (c/n 283/23-18)
Ready at Vergiate early 1970's, the plane was never delivered. Later was
re-serialled 283/37-003 and modified into "Warrior" model (SF.260WB)
(Coll SBAP)
Bleriot XI
Jan Olieslagers ready to take off during the Ostend aviation week
September 17th or 18th, 1909
.
(Coll SBAP)
De Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moth  OO-DLA  (c/n 85234)
Former RAF aircraft (DE164). Bought in May 1955 by "Aeroclub du Hainaut"
Was written off in Belgium in October 1975

(Coll SBAP)
Cessna 150M "Aerobat"   
OO-CPC (c/n 2662)     OO-FSI (c/n 1399)    OO-RMU (c/n 1339)

From civil demonstration team "Arc-en-ciel" at Liège-Bierset in June 1986
 (Serge Van Heertum)
De Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk 22   OO-NCL   (c/n C1-0137)
Private owner at Schaffen Airfield in August 1991,
the plane was sold in Germany a year later

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Boeing 737-46J    OO-JAM    (c/n 28867)

Bought by Jetair and still wearing the previous Air Berlin colours.
At landing on Brussels Airport 25R  on October 1st, 2007

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Boeing 737-5K5    OO-JAT    (c/n 24927)

Also bought by Jetair and still wearing the previous Hapag Lloyd colours
At landing on Brussels Airport 25R  on October 1st, 2007

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Cessna 180    OO-SPZ    (c/n 32092)
Owned by Spa aero paraclub, seen on taxi during the last airshow
held on this airfield in 1976

 (Serge Van Heertum)
Swearingen SA226-TC Metro II  OJPI  (c/n TC211)
Owned by EAT, the plane was leased to Swiftair.
Seen here in DHL hangar during it's leasing preparation in July 1994.

 (Serge Van Heertum)
De Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moth  OO-EVS   (c/n 3272)
Former RAF aircraft, was bought by the National Glider Center of Saint Hubert
in July 1956.
Written Off in January 1972.
(Coll Willem Labro)
Focke Wulf – Piaggio P.149D   OO-MEV (c/n 053)
Bought from the Luftwaffe by the Zwartberg Aeroclub in June 1972..
Damaged in a crash landing in 2005.
(Coll Willem Labro)

Cessna 310    OO-SEK    (c/n 35527)

Former Sabena aircraft, leased to BIAS in July 1965
and definitively sold to this company in 1966

 (Coll SBAP)

Fokker F28-100    OO-TUF    (c/n 35636)
Landing at Brussels National in 2005.
After 3 years of service, the plane was sold to Skywest in 2008
.
 (Serge Van Heertum)

De Havilland DH.89A "Dragon Rapide"    OO-AFG    (c/n 6458/R5922)

Bought by Avions Fairey in February 1954 for element transportation.
The plane became OO-CNP in April 1964

 (Coll Jean-Luc Deval)

Airbus A320-212    OO-TCM    (c/n 420)

Flying for Thomas Cook, the plane was especialy decorated 
for the 175 anniversary of Belgium in 2005.

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Eurocopter AS350BA "Ecureuil"  OO-HCW    (c/n 9080)

Owned by Heli & Co (Spa La Sauvenière),
at take off from a field in La Gleize area in 2006

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Dassault Aviation Falcon 2000   OO-GFD  (c/n 101)

Leased by ABELAG at take off from Brussels Airport in 2006

 (Serge Van Heertum)
 

Pilatus PC-6 B1-H2 Turbo Porter   OO-AER    (c/n 645)
Bought by "Aero Survey" in February 1972, the plane was written off on January 5th 1977. The plane goes back in Swiss as HB-FCX.
(Coll Willem Labro)
Beagle 100B "Pup"     OO-NAR      (c/n B121-160)
Regitered in Belgium for a private owner on May 3rd, 1973 the plane crashed at Keiheuvel on June 12th, 1977 and was written off in december 1978.
(Coll Willem Labro)
Auster J/1B "Aiglet"    OO-CER    (c/n 2755)
Bought by "Tabacongo" Buta in April 1952, the plane came back in Belgium in December 1953. Back to Congo in 1956 (9O-CER), becam 9Q-CER in 1961. Crashed in Angola in 1964.

(Coll Willem Labro)
Percival P34A Proctor 3    OO-JDB    (c/n RAF H211)
After his carreer with the RAF, the plane was bought by civilian and registered
G-AJCN. Beacme OO-RLD and in 1953 OO-JDB (Delhaye-Wepion).
Written off on September 17th, 1953.
(Coll Willem Labro)
Stampe & Vertongen SV4c     OO-RMF     (c/n 480)
Built in 1947 the plane was used by St Cyr Ecole. Registered in Belgium in May 1963, the plane had different private owners. Seen here at Florennes in 1993.
Registration canceled in 1999.
(Christian Vandevelde)
Typsy Trainer 1     OO-EOT     (c/n 18)
Built in 1948 and registered G-AISB.
The plane was bought by a private owner in 1990 and registered in Belgium.
Seen here at Schaffen fly in in 1998.
(Serge Van Heertum)

Boeing 737-3M8    OO-LTM    (c/n 25070)

EBA (Euro Belgian Airlines) aircraft leased to Transmed
in February/March 1992.

(Serge Van Heertum)

Boeing 737-3M8    OO-LTL    (c/n 25041)

EBA (Euro Belgian Airlines) aircraft leased to Air Aruba
between May 1991 and March 1992

 (Serge Van Heertum)

Dornier DO-28-D1 Skyservant   OO-GEO   (c/n 40263)
Delivered to S.A. Walphot on March 25th, 1980. In 1988, the plane was donated to the Brussels Air Museum. In 1989, it was leased to an Ostend-based technical school and is currently stored at Vissenaken.

(Serge Van Heertum)
 

Cessna U206G  Stationair 6/II    OO-NRJ    (c/n 03579)
Based at Wevelgem in the 1980’s, the plane was mostly used for Para dropping.
In 1986, the plane was sponsored by a cheese company.
Acquired later on by ASF (Aviation sans frontières), the plane was destroyed in Congo on February 13th, 2006.

(Serge Van Heertum)

ZLIN Z.381 (Bücker Bestmann under licence)     OO-AVC    (c/n 461)
Ex OK-AVC. Registered in Belgium in June 1951. During its Belgian career, the plane crashed two times (Lochristi in 1962 & Aalst in July 1968). Afterwards, the plane was sold and registered G-AMYA.  Picture from 1958.
(Coll Willy Henderickx)
Percival P34A Proctor 3    OO-DOC    (c/n RAF H61)
Private aircraft registered in Belgium in June 1955.
Seen here at Melsbroek in 1958 (note the C-119G & T-33A). The plane was destroyed at Moorsele in
October 1962 and written off in April 1968.
(Coll Willy Henderickx)
PZL P104 Wilga 35     OO-SUD    (c/n 129450)
Photographed at Temploux airfield in the early 1980's
(Coll Willy Henderickx)
Zlin Z-526S Trener     OO-YGO     (c/n 1033)
Participant to the Keiheuvel fly-in in 1993.
(Christian Vandevelde)
Cessna UC-78 Bobcat     OO-TIN     (c/n 5253)
Abandoned as a wreck at Ostend airport in the 1980s
(Coll Willy Henderickx)
 
De Havilland Canada UC-1A Otter    OO-HAD   (c/n 148 - bu144669)
Photographed during an Antarctic mission in early 1968.
The plane was lost in a crash on February 9th,  1970.

(Coll SBAP)
North American AT-6C Harvard IIA    OO-GER    (c/n 88-12327)
Former Belgian Air Force H-31, this Cogea Nouvelle aircraft
is pictured at Oostende airport in the early 1960's

(J. Lebeau)
Percival P.44 Proctor V    OO-ARM     (c/n Ae 84)
This  Proctor was previously registerd G-AHZY
Bought in 1957 by Cogea Nouvelle. Picture from the early 1960's
(J. Lebeau)

 

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