Title: Commonwealth Winjeel

The Winjeel was designed to replace the Tiger Moth and Wirraway in RAAF service and first flew in 1955. It entered service that year and was used as a trainer until 1975 when it was replaced by the CT/4 Airtrainer. It continued to be used in the Forward Air Control role until final retirement in 1994. 62 were built.

This title contains a full set of manuals for the Winjeel comprising the RAAF Flight Manual and Flying Instructor’s Handbook for the Commonwealth Winjeel, along with the Maintenance Manual and the Parts Manual. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • RAAF Flight Manual for the Winjeel, AAP 960 2nd Edition dated Jan 1961 with approx. 74 pages.
  • RAAF Flying Instructors Handbook, AAP 952 2nd Edition, undated with approx. 126 pages.
  • RAAF General & Technical Information (Maintenance Manual),  AAP 721:85 Volume One (Now AAP 7212.003-2), revised to 23-3-73 with approx. 232 pages.
  • RAAF Schedule of Spare Parts (illustrated) for the Winjeel aircraft, AAP 721:85 2nd Edition dated Oct 1965 with approx. 296 pages.