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Miles M.2F Hawk Major (EC-AHZ)  
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Este Miles Major llega de Gran Bretaña a principios de los años 30, llegó con el Registro Británico G-ACYW, siendo matriculada en esa época como EC-ZZA, al comienzo de la Guerra Civil es requisada por la Aviación Nacional siendo identificada como 30-72, al finalizar la contienda toma la nueva identificación de los años 40, siendo la L.5-72. En Marzo de 1954 pasa al Aero Club de Andalucía con la matrícula EC-AHZ, nueva en la base de datos de AC.
Esta avioneta causa baja en el Registro al quedar destruida en accidente el 25 de Febrero de 1957 en Morón de la Frontera. Foto recibida de mi buen amigo Joaquín Navas de la Delegación de Seguridad en Vuelo de Sabadell.
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John Mellor

1-28-2015 22:13:04

A beautiful classic, Francisco......and as far as I can see .....now obsolete in the UK. I can find no current flying or museum exhibits. A total of seventeen Hawk Majors were registered......G-ACYW ( c/n 117) was first registered 24.10.34.....to a Mark Antony Lacayo from Old Windsor in Berkshire.
Thank you for sharing this very rare photograph
John Mellor

1-28-2015 22:40:22

To be clear, my comments above relate to the Miles M.2F......there is one M.2L Hawk Speed Six still flying......G -ADGP....and one M.2H Hawk Major in hiding with the RAF Museum Storage & Restoration Centre, Stafford....G-ADMW

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