Excerpt from the AAIB accident report: "The side load resulting from the ground loop caused both landing gears to bend to the left. All pictures found on the site of the Jnkping Flying Club. First flight in France on 20-3-1961 with registration F-BJUE. Slater according to the CAA - still with 4767 hours? From Pete : "Aircraft crashed Bagby, 11 June 1989." DW: Registration cancelled .
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), but at least registration, serial number and last known status are now on hand for most of the 634 production aircraft and a few dozen homebuilt aircraft. For destroyed/scrapped aircraft, reason for the accident and its location would be interesting.
Now the work goes more in the direction of getting current information and a photo about each aircraft (where still possible), i. So again - if you can add any detail at all to any of the aircraft listed here - please send me an e-mail! S.: All pictures linked to in the following table were taken from other websites, submitted by Jodel-owners, taken by myself or in rare occasions scanned from magazines.
Credit is always given if the photographer is known. Since starting the list below in early 2000, I have received stories and/or multiple pictures for a few aircraft in the list.
If you are the copyright holder of one of the pictures and want me to give credit to you or remove the picture, please e-mail me. Because it is difficult to accommodate that much information in a single table row, I have decided to create individual pages for aircraft for which there is a lot of interesting information and/or pictures available.
Additionally, all aircraft with their own page are listed on the Individual Aircraft Pages List. Was at Wroughton, UK on 3 July 1993 with former owner Luc Dom (photo)F-BJCJ.
If you want such a page for your aircraft and have the necessary information available, just drop me a note and we will work something out. Info about current owner and home base supplied 18 July 2000 by José Vandamme. It was officially registred in Belgium on 17/03/88 on name of Mr. DW: damaged and registration cancelled 1986, thereafter restored and re-registered 12/93.
From there on, I tried to find more information about individual aircraft from other internet sources (registration lists for countries not found in Brugier's files) and also printed publications. Smith is no longer listed as one of the owners of the aircraft (Source). : News from the current owner, Jörg Spittler: aircraft flying again since this summer after more than 5 years. Georg Klein & partners, Frankfurt/Main, Germany (summer 2000 -). Herbert Jaborsky & partners, Burgau, Germany (1982 until summer 2000) W.
After the list went online in May 2000, information from individuals began to come in, either with information about their own aircraft or with information about aircraft they had seen or photographed at an airport or during a fly-in - Many thanks to all contributors. Then in late October 2000, an unexpected development started: I received tips on further registration lists from Pete Hughes (Brugier's German Register Files and David Lenton's Almost Complete German Register) and John Walton (David Lenton's Almost Complete German Register) independently on the same day. Giever, Straubing, Germany (as of 1978, [LAAS78]) ex F-BJOY, D-ECZC.
These pages are accessible through a link to the serial number in the following table, i.e. The instrument panel is still original, but added with a Bendix/King KX155 720 channel radio, an Bendix/King KT76A transponder with alticode, a Trimble GPS, markers, and a 4 place voice activated intercom.
if the serial number in the first column is underlined, a seperate page for that aircraft is available. " Aircraft was at the Schaffen-Diest 2000 Fly-in in Belgium (Ref. July 2002: News from the owner: Aircraft under restoration since Sep 2001.
I have no "official" evidence of this, but you just need to look and compare, I have already had the occasion to do so: the difference is rather striking! The colours are white and a mid metallic blue with a darker metallic blue over the cowling.