Avro Anson Mk-1
Worlds only flying Mk-1 Avro Anson
In 1936 the Avro Anson MKI entered service with Britain's Royal Airforce in the Coastal Reconnaissance Bomber role.
This aircraft is the last of some 11,000 built that is still flying today and is available for adventure flights based out of Omaka Airfield in Blenheim.
The interior of the Anson has been faithfully restored to how it looked when the Anson's were on front line service between 1939 and 1941 including replica machine guns and anti-submarine bombs.
All crew positions including Co-Pilot, Navigator/Bomb Aimer, Radio Operator and Air Gunner are as they were when the aircraft was in military service.