IE1059 This aircraft was the first of the Gnats to be accepted by the IAF in 1958. It was delivered from the UK in the hold of a Fairchild C-119G. The Gnat earned the reputation of 'Sabre Killer’ after the 1965 and 1971 wars against Pakistan. IE1059 is displayed at the gate of the Indian Air Force Museum, Palam. (mehr von IE1059)
N1944A Last display in the UK at the Cotswold Airshow 2011 before this veteran of D-Day, Operation Market Garden, Battle of the Bulge and Operation Varsity heads to a museum in the USA. (mehr von N1944A)
Preserved at the Indian Air Force Museum, Palam in inaccurate IAF markings without serial. It is ex RCAF 1589 and RAF V9415. The poor quality of preservation at the museum can be seen by the deflated tyres.
191904 'Yellow 25' of JG400, reportedly captured at Husum on 8 May 1945. Stored and displayed at various RAF establishments till handed back to the Luftwaffe in 1988. JG400's 'Baron Münchhausen' emblem can be seen on the nose. (mehr von 191904)