An aircraft with a phenominal history in both the U.K and New Zealand - ready to be rebuild

Westland Wasp HAS1 G-KANZ


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G-KANZ Westland Wasp - NZ Paint Scheme

The Westland Wasp is the Navy Variant of the Westland Scout - fitted with wheels for carrier based landing and storage as opposed to fixed skids. KANZ has an interesting history - currently finished in New Zealand Royal Navy colours, the aircraft was assigned the role of 'Admirals Barge' during its service with the NZRN, and as a result has been maintained to a very high standard since its manufacture back in 1966. The aircraft is now in a disassembled state after being shipped back to the UK in the early 00's currently residing in a stored state at North Weald Airfield (hangared inside).

All major components are present for the aircraft, of which have been removed for safe inhibiting and storage.


The aircraft is powered by a Rolls-Royce Nimbus Gas Turbine Engine, built to be robust and easy to service.

The aircraft can be purchased 'as is', or as a project - with the UK's leading ex-military Westland Helicopter maintenance provider on hand to carry out the return to flight rebuild and servicing as required.


Airframe and component fatigue index available by request via email/online form submission

Technical Information:
Aircraft Serial Number: F9741 (XW613 - Military)

ECU/Airframe Information:

Year: 1973
ECU Type: Rolls Royce Nimbus 10501
Military Radio and Transponder Fitted

Maintenance Category: Permit to Fly

Servicing Information:
The aircraft requires a restoration programme, of which a report has already been generated to suite requirements. The aircraft is ready for engineering to be carried out. Please call for further information

The sale of the aircraft includes:
Pitot static vent blanks, ground handling wheel brace, all required paperwork and documentation
Aircraft paintwork in good condition.

Please call 01992 522 594 / email office@wealdaviation.com for further information, or to arrange a viewing (aircraft is located at North Weald Airfield, Essex, UK