Belgium
Type
Werk.Nr
Registration
History
RSV 32/90
 
O-BABB, OO-ABB
1/3 1929. Jose Orta , St Hubert . Seized by Germans. Cancelled 27/2 1946
RSV 32/110
 
OO-ARN
27/4 1936. SEGA, Gosselies. Taken by Germans
RSV 26/180
 
OO-ARA
11/3 1936. Nestor Scaut, Brussels. To Maurice Pianetti, Brussels. Taken by Germans
DH.60G Gipsy Moth
1810
OO-ADG
23/10 1930. Ecole d´Aviation d´Anvers, Antwerpen. Seized by Germans. Cancelled 5/3 1946
DH.60G Gipsy Moth
1834
ZS-ACZ, OO-ANG
31/12 1932. Rene Vermeulen & Jules Noppius, Gosselies. To Jean Dauchot & Arthur Masquelier & Emile
Deviere & R. Vermeulen at Gosselies. Taken by Germans May 1940
DH.80A Puss Moth
2075
OO-AEL
29/3 1935. Jean De Keyn, Brüssel , to Lucien Baugniet, Brüssel. Taken by Germans
DH. 86 Leopard Moth
7014
OO-GEJ
In August 1939 the Belgian Government also requisitioned De Havilland DH.86 Leopard Moth's OO-GEJ which
served with the "Estafette Escadrille" and was subsequentely captured by the enemy at Montpellier-Frejorgues in
mid-1940
DH.90 Dragonfly
7561
OO-JFN
On 10 September 1939. the Aeionautique Militaire Beige, requisitioned De Havilland DH.90 Dragonfly OO-JFN
to serve as communications aircraft ("Avion Estafette") piloted by its owner John Mahieu. In September 1937
Mahieu had acquired the Dragonfly new from de Havilland and it was registered OO-JFN (c/n 7561) on 25
September 1937. Retreating with the Belgian Armed forces in May 1940 the aircraft ended up at Montpellier-
Fregorge in France where it was captured by the enemy. On 24 March 1946 the machine
was removed from the Belgian civil registered as being lost during the war.
SABCA Fokker
F.VIIb/3m
 
OO-AGH
20/9 1932. SABENA "Edmond Thieffry". Taken by Germans 10/5 1940
SABCA Fokker
F.VIIb/3m
 
OO-AIT
11/9 1930. SABENA, Brussels. Taken by Germans 10/5 1940
SABCA Fokker
F.VIIb/3m
 
OO-AIH
27/12 1929. SABENA, Brussels. Taken by Germans 10/5 1940
Plage & Laskiewics
Fokker F.VIIb/3m
 
SP-ABC, OO-AIG
29/11 1929. SABENA, Brussels. Taken by Germans 10/5 1940
Orta St Hubert G.1
 
OO-AKO
12/2 1930. Antwerp Aviation Club, to C. Bouts at Limburg, to Henri Joseph Neyns at Hasselt. Crashed or was
taken by the Germans at Goetsenhoven. Cancelled 6/3 1946
Orta St Hubert G.1
 
OO-BSC
30/5 1931. Belgian Shell Company, Brussels. To Robert de Keyser, Brussels. Taken by Germans
Breda 15
1650
OO-ALI
3/4 1931. AERA, Antwerpen Deurne. To Jean de Pierpont, Le Zoute. To Andrew Goerhals, Wevelghem. Believed
been taken by the Germans
Baugniet Homebuilt
 
OO-BOC
25/10 1934. Lucien Baugniet, Brussels. Taken by Germans
Stinson SR-6 Reliant
9299-A
OO-APM
25/10 1934. Jean Pessemier at Renaix. Taken by Germans
SABCA Avro 504K
 
OO-APB
4/7 1934. Telesphore Georges, Hasselt.. Taken by Germans
SABCA S.20 Libellule
 
OO-APU
26/8 1935. SABCA, Brussels. Believed taken by Germans
Savoia-Marchetti S-73P
30003
OO-AGP
30/1 1936. SABENA, Brussels. Taken by Germans at Haren 10/5 1940
Savoia-Marchetti S-73P
 
OO-AGZ
9/8 1937. SABENA, Brussels. Taken by Germans at Merville 23/5 1940
Tipsy S2
22
OO-ARI
18/6 1936. Taken by Germans
Tipsy S2
25
OO-ARL
8/8 1936. Joseph Sherens at Louvain. Taken by Germans
Tipsy S2
31
OO-ASD
17/7 1937. EO Tips, at Jumet based at Gosselies. Beleived taken by Germans
Tipsy S2
33
OO-ASF
30/1 1937. EO Tips at Jumet based at Gosselies. To Cerde Liegeois d´Aviation de Tourisme. Believed taken by
Germans
Tipsy S2
35
OO-ASI
11/5 1939. Cerde Liegeois d´Aviation de Tourisme at Liege. Believed taken by Germans
Brewster 339B Buffalo
56
NX56B
1940. Delivered to Bordeau, captured. Probably tested by the Germans and discovered at Darmstadt in 1945
Fiat CR 42
 
R24, R29, R31, R32, R33
As the German forces approached Chartres by June 11th, 1940 the Belgian Fiats moved to Bordeaux-
to Montpellier where the last remaining aircraft (R-24, R-29, R-31, R-32 and R-33) were taken over by the
French on August 27 1940 but not after the aircraft's engines were sabotaged by the Belgians. On the arrival of
German forces the aircraft were taken over by the Germans authorities and their fate after that remains unclear,
but it is probable  tthey were subsequently employed as fighter-trainers by Jagdgeschwader 107 at Toul.
Fairey Firefly IIM
AF 5008
AF 5046
Y-33
Y-70
The 55+  remaining Fairey Firefly MM fighters were transferred to the Ecole de Pilotage. l´Ecole de Tir and the
Etablissements d'Aeronautique while a small number was grouped within Fairey Fox Squadron 6/lll/2Aé (Epervier
Circle Rouge/Sparrowhawk in Red Circle) Most were destroyed or captured during the German invasion of
Belgium but 19 Fairey Firefly's survived and were used as point defence fighters at Montpellier-Fréjorgues  or
were stored at Bordeaux-Merignac  Following the signature by France of the Compiègne Armistice Convention on
22 June 1940 all these machines were turned over to the German Armistice Commission at Chalons s/Saone on
28 November 1940
Scutenaire 800 m3
Balloon
 
OO-BFZ
24/6 1939. Taken by Germans 1/4 1944
AERA=Societe Anonomye d'Exploitation et de Représentation Aéronautique
RSV=Renard Stampe et Vertongen
SABCA=Societe Anonomye Belge des Constructions Aéronautique
SABENA=Société Anonomye Belge d'Exploitation de la Navigation Aériennes
SEGA=Societe Anonomye Entreprises Générales d'Aéronautique
SNETA=Syndicate Nationale pour l'Etude des Transports Aériens
To the right the Renard R 37 and to the left the Renard R 38