Remaining Aircraft

AW 650 101 G-AOZZ c/n 6651 - N896U
Yankee Air Museum, Willow Run Airport, Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA.
Yankee Air Museum - Wikipedia
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The predator approaches

Shes a gonna

SCRAPPED 2013 - This article explains

AW 650 101 G-APRL c/n 6652
Midland Air Museum, Coventry Airport, Baginton, Warwickshire, CV8 3AZ, UK.
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G-APRL at Midland Air Museum
G-APRL at Midland Air Museum

AW 650 101 G-BEOZ c/n 6660
East Midlands Aeropark, East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Derby. DE74 2SA, UK.
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G-BEOZ at East Midlands Aeropark
East Midlands Aeropark

AW 660 CMk1 XN819 c/n 6748 Cockpit only.
Newark Air Museum, The Showground, Winthorpe, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY, UK

AW 660 T Mk1 XP411 c/n 6766
RAF Museum Cosford, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11 8UP, UK.
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XP411 at Cosford in Training Command colours
XP411 at Cosford in Training Command colours

AW 660 TMk1 XP447, later N1430Z c/n 6779
Milestones of Flight Museum - Lancaster-Fox Field, CA, USA (including some good interior photos)
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Milestones of Flight Museum - Lancaster-Fox Field

AW 660 CMk1 XR143, later G-BFVT c/n 6798
Mid America Museum of Aviation and Transportation, Sioux City, Iowa, USA.
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Formerly XR143 at Sioux Gateway Airport
Photo Source

AW 650 222 G-ASXN, CF-TAJ, ZK-SAE c/n 6802
The Argosy Trust, PO Box 38, RENWICK 7243, Marlborough, NZ.
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Air-Britain Photographic Images Collection

Ian Blowers of the New Zealand School of Aviation, Woodbourne Air Force Base, Blenheim, New Zealand is partially restoring this airframe as a training aid. She is missing her tail booms and rear fuselage door, if you know the whereabouts of any of these items let me know and I will put you in touch with Ian.

Woodbourne, Nea Zealand

Other Airframes

AW 660 C Mk1 XN817 c/n 6746
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XN817 West Freugh Feb 2011

AW 650 100 G-1-5 N6506R N894U 6658

6658 at Point Hope

Film Star

c/n 6792 XR137 is long gone but it's memory will live on forever as it appeared in the James Bond film Octopussy. XR137 was located at RAF Northolt when filmed in 1982.

XR137 in Octopussy

XR137 in Octopussy

Images from IMPDB