Del'd: 2 - 1969 to 1998





The HCC.4 was given a VVIP interior, had a special maintenance routine (inspected more often, parts replaced earlier etc.) and entered service with the Queen's Flight at RAF Benson in June 1969, replacing two Whirlwind HCC.12s. Their first major duty was the investiture of the Prince of Wales at Caernarfon Castle in July 1969. Following a reorganisation of royal flying, they were later transferred to 32 (The Royal) Squadron at RAF Northolt. 2 built, they were both painted overall red with a royal blue upper fuselage.


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Units

YearsUnitsbold : Current base of the Unit
1995/9832 (the royal) squadron RAF Northolt
1969/95queens flightRAF Benson


Construction Numbers Help Us

C/NBuiltID     In this OrganisationIn other Org

    wa627 1969     XV732: First flew 17 Mar 1969, delivered 25 Jun 1969 to RAF for the+
- XV732: Aug17 at the RAF Museum in Hendon
    wa628 1969     XV733: First flew 13 May 1969, delivered 30 Jun 1969 to RAF for t+
- XV733: Purchased by The Helicopter Museum, Weston-super-Mare i+


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