|Type:||Avro 652A Anson Mk 1|
|10OCT41||Received at No 2 Aircraft Park, Bankstown as W2599.|
|30JUL48||Sold to Adastra Airways Pty Ltd, Sydney.|
|01SEP48||Test flown (30 mins) at Benalla by Joe Linfoot and Tom Carpenter. (Source: Tom Carpenter's log book)|
|02SEP48||Departed Benalla for Wagga flown by Joe Linfoot and Tom Carpenter (55 mins). (Source: Tom Carpenter's log book)|
|02SEP48||Departed Wagga but diverted to Cootamundra due to bad weather (1 hr 15 mins). (Source: Tom Carpenter's log book)|
|03SEP48||Departed Cootamundra for Mascot (1 hr 25 mins). The aircraft was ferried under its military serial W2599. (Source: Tom Carpenter's log book)|
|The aircraft never entered service with Adastra and was later sold to Marshall Airways at Bankstown.|
|30JUN62||All Australian wooden wing Ansons were grounded on this date, so presumably W2599 was ferried from Mascot to Bankstown some time prior to this date.|
|31DEC62||The aircraft was photographed intact at Bankstown as W2599 on this date.|
|24APR64||Photographed at Bankstown in the process of being broken up.|
Added details from Tom Carpenter's log book thanks to Cay Carpenter.
Original Issue. Thanks to Geoff Goodall.