Incident Miles M.2 Hawk G-ADGL,
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Date:Saturday 1 June 1940
Type:Miles M.2 Hawk
Owner/operator:John Patrick Wakelyn Topham
Registration: G-ADGL
MSN: 166
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 0
Aircraft damage: Destroyed
Location:Lympne Airport, Lympne, Kent, England -   United Kingdom
Phase: Standing
Departure airport:Lympne Airport, Kent (EGMK)
Destination airport:
First registered (C of R 5791) on 25.5.35 as G-ADGL to John Patrick Wakelyn Topham, Folkestone, Kent (aircraft based at Lympne, Kent). C of A 4824 issued June 1935.

Withdrawn from use 4.9.39 when all private civilian flying was prohibited due to the outbreak of war. Aircraft stored at Lympne, Kent. Written off (destroyed) 1.6.40 by enemy action in an air raid on Lympne Airport, Lympne, Kent; the hangar in which the aircraft was being stored was bombed. Registration G-ADGL cancelled by the Air Ministry post war, on 16.11.45 after census return on the continued existence (or not) of G-ADGL.



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05-Jan-2018 21:35 Dr. John Smith Added

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