Aircraft Profiles
Aircraft
Auster - Part I
The Auster was an observation and liaison aircraft based on the American Taylorcraft design. It served with several Air Forces during WW2 and the Army Air Corps.

Variations continued to be made into the 1960s. The slow speed (130mph) and large glass area made it ideal for observation duties, and it could also land in a short distance which made it useful for casualty evacuation.

Country of Origin:
Great Britain
Auster I - 651 Sqn RAF
Auster I - 651 Sqn RAF
Auster I - 653 Sqn RAF
Auster III Australia
Auster III - Czechoslovakia
Auster III - 127 Squadron RAF
Auster III - Greece
Auster III - Netherlands
Auster V - Belgium