Airspeed AS-10 Oxford Mk.II
Both the Oxfords of the RNlAF as of the RNlNAS were delivered in standard RAF camouflage scheme.
The Oxfords of the Air Force had the RAF serials on the fuselage with a code on the tail. Later these Oxfords received a new Dutch serial, applied in white, starting with C an later also received an overall trainer yellow paint scheme with the serial in black.
The aircraft of the Dutch navy were later camouflaged overall grey with white serials.
|Scheme||Colour name||FS number||BS number||Humbrol||XtraColor||Vallejo Model Color||Vallejo Model Air||Hataka|
|Delivery scheme: Standard RAF scheme||Upper sides||Dark Green||BS:641||183||X001||70.892||71.323||~143|
|Scheme # 2||Overall||Yellow||~3538||BS:356||154||X213||70.953||71.078||~066|
|Scheme #3: RNlAS||Overall||Extra Dark Sea Grey||~6099||BS:640||123 / 106||X005 / X376||70.866||71.110||~140|
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Several colour schemes applied on the Dutch Airspeed Oxford.
These scheme's are meant for illustration purposes only. The size and type of used fonts of the serials, the size of the roundels etcetera are not always correct, but are as good as possible a simulation of the original.
Shown is an example of an aircraft used by the no 1316 Dutch Communications Flight.
Probably orange triangles were applied just at the cockpit area, these are shown somewhat faded on the drawing.
This scheme is the same for the aircraft of both LSK and MLD and is equal to the standard wartime RAF scheme.