|22FEB37||Adastra advise DCA that the Waco is erected and awaiting testing.|
|25MAY37||Adastra advise DCA of timetable changes on the Bega service owing to the introduction of the Waco.|
|06AUG37||Registered VH-UYD. CofR 633 and CofA 590 issued to Adastra Airways Ltd., Sydney.|
|27SEP39||Adastra advise DCA that the Dragonfly operates exclusively on the Bega run and that the Waco has been released for aerial survey work.|
|02DEC42||A DCA minute paper states that the Waco VH-UYD with pilot J. Bowden is based at Kempsey on survey work for the Army.|
|07JUN45||Sold to Dr. G.L. Young, Forbes, NSW.|
|25SEP51||Sold to Kingsford Smith Aviation Service Pty. Ltd., Mascot, NSW.|
|52||Sold to Cliff Jackson along with a spare engine and other spares for £2,000. While taxying at Bankstown, the aircraft stood on its nose and the wooden propellor was destroyed. The local manufacture of a replacement prop took several weeks.|
|01AUG52||Arrived in Port Moresby on delivery to Papuan Air Transport. Flown by the two partners in the airline, Cliff Jackson and Frank Goosens.|
|08AUG52||Registered to Papuan Air Transport as VH-UYD. On this date, the airline operated its first charter, an aerial search of Port Moresby Harbour for a reportedly sunken submarine.|
|16NOV59||Departed Port Moresby on sale to an Australian buyer. The Waco had seen little use with Patair in the later years.|
|07SEP60||Sold to Austerserve Pty Ltd., Bankstown, NSW.|
|09SEP64||Sold to R. G. Akers, Charleville, QLD.|
|29AUG65||Sold to J.H. Treloar, Broken Hill, NSW.|
|09JUL66||Aircraft overturned at Goorimpa, NSW.|
|25NOV69||Struck off Register.|
|06MAR70||Returned to Register.|
|05MAR79||Registered to J.H. Treloar, Glenside, SA.|
Added an image of the aircraft in Papuan Air Transport markings. Thanks to Cliff Jackson and Roger McDonald.
Added a new image thanks to Robert Montgomery.
Added details of the aircraft's time with Patair thanks to Roger McDonald and "Balus I" p.171-172 by James Sinclair.
Thanks to Tony Arbon.