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Avro 504 (Foreign Derivatives)

For description of Type 504 Foreign Derivatives see Production Summary



Japanese Built Aircraft

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K1Y For The Japanese Naval Air Service

Serial Range

C/n

Batch Qty

Conv.

Canc'd

Notes

 6 aircraft built by Yokosuka between 1929 and 1930.
   6   
 Approximately 40 aircraft built by Nakajima in 1925.
   40   
 48 aircraft built by Kawanishi (as the Type 0) between 1928 and 1933
   48   
 10 aircraft built by Watanabe between 1933 and 1934.
   10   

Total Production

 104

  

K2Y For The Japanese Naval Air Service

Serial Range

C/n

Batch Qty

Conv.

Canc'd

Notes

 6 aircraft built by Yokosuka between 1929 and 1930.
   6   
 66 aircraft built by Kawanishi between 1930 and 1932.
   66   
 114 aircraft built by Watanabe between 1931 and 1937.
   114   
 45 aircraft built by Mitsubishi in 1934
   45   
 126 aircraft built by Nippi between 1939 and 1940.
   126   
 3 aircraft built by Showa between 1938 and 1939.
    3   

Total Production

 360

   



Russian (Soviet) Built Aircraft

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U-1 For The RKKVF (Raboche-Krest'yanskaya Krasnayy Vozdushnyy Flot - Workers and Peasants Red Military Air Fleet)

Serial Range

C/n

Batch Qty

Conv.

Canc'd

Notes

 223 aircraft ordered from GAZ No. 5 in Moscow. Delivered from August 1923 to 1925.
   165-371 207   
     16 
 457 aircraft ordered from GAZ No. 3 in Leningrad. Delivered from August 1923 to 1925.
  1798, 1799 2   
  1803-1833 31   
  1836-1848 13   
  1912-1981 70   
  1992-2001 10   
  2012-2089 78   
  2151-2236 86   
  2312-2390 79   
   88   Probably from c/n range 2496-2670. See note 1

Total Production

 664

 16

 

MU-1 For The RKKVF

Serial Range

C/n

Batch Qty

Conv.

Canc'd

Notes

 73 aircraft ordered from GAZ No. 3 in Leningrad. Delivered from August 1923 to 1925.
  1794-1797 4   
  1800-1805 6   
  1834, 1835 2   
  2002-2011 10   
  2237-2256 20   
  2391-2406 16   
   15   See note 1.

Total Production

 73

   



Notes
  1. Unknown c/ns to give the final totals as quoted by Andersson [2].

Production References
  1. Japanese Aircraft 1910-1941, Robert Mikesh & Shorzoe Abe (Putnam, 1990)
  2. Soviet Aircraft and Aviation, Lennart Andersson (Putnam, 1994)

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