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List of de Havilland Mosquito operators

The following are operators of the de Havilland Mosquito:

Contents

Military operatorsEdit

  AustraliaEdit

Royal Australian Air Force

  BelgiumEdit

Belgian Air Force 11 Squadron, 1 Wing

  CanadaEdit

Royal Canadian Air Force

  ChinaEdit

Republic of China Air Force

  People's Republic of ChinaEdit

People's Liberation Army Air Force
  • Five ex-Nationalist Mosquitos operated by PLAAF in all version.
  • Took part in the flight demonstration of the foundation celebration of People's Republic of China on October 1, 1949.

  CzechoslovakiaEdit

Czechoslovak Air Force

  Dominican RepublicEdit

Dominican Air Force
 
Dominican AF De Havilland Mosquito FB.6

  FranceEdit

French Air Force

  HaitiEdit

Haitian Air Force

  IsraelEdit

Israeli Air Force

  New ZealandEdit

Royal New Zealand Air Force

  NorwayEdit

Royal Norwegian Navy Air Service
Royal Norwegian Air Force

  PolandEdit

 
De Havilland Mosquito NF.XIX of the Royal Swedish Air Force in October 1949.
 
De Havilland DH.98 Mosquito FB.VI NS930 of the Turkish Air Force at Manchester (Ringway) Airport in 1947
Polish Air Forces on exile in Great Britain

  South AfricaEdit

South African Air Force

  Soviet UnionEdit

Soviet Air Force

  SwedenEdit

Royal Swedish Air Force

   SwitzerlandEdit

Swiss Air Force

  TurkeyEdit

Turkish Air Force

  United KingdomEdit

Royal Air Force
Royal Navy (Fleet Air Arm)

  United StatesEdit

 
De Havilland of the 654th Bomb Squadron, 25th Bombardment Group, at RAF Watton England.
United States Army Air Forces[1]

  YugoslaviaEdit

SFR Yugoslav Air Force

Civil operatorsEdit

  CanadaEdit

 
De Havilland DH.98 Mosquito B.35 CF-HML of Spartan Air Services, Ottawa, Ontario.
Spartan Air Services[2]

  MexicoEdit

Coculum Aeronautica SA de CV

   SwitzerlandEdit

Swissair briefly operated a single interned reconnaissance Mosquito in 1944, but the aircraft was handed back to the Swiss Air Force, who used it as a test bed in 1945.[3]

  TurkeyEdit

General Command of Mapping (Turkey)

  United KingdomEdit

BOAC

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Freeman 1973, pp. 202–207.
  2. ^ Jackson 1973, p.160-163
  3. ^ Sharp and Bowyer 1995, p.126.

BibliographyEdit

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  • Bowyer, Chaz. Mosquito Squadrons of the Royal Air Force. London: Ian Allan Ltd., 1984. ISBN 0-7110-1425-6.
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