D-FAME AT-6 Harvard was constructed in 1952 with Canadian Car & Foundry. Construction number CCF-4-77.
The Harvard MK.IV was handed over to the Royal Canadian Airforce RCAF in 1952 with Serial number RCAF 20286.
The aeroplane was in RCAF service until 1968. From 1969 until 1983, she was based in the US with registration N13631.
It was also flown as a “Reno-Racer” # 88 named “Super Slug”.
1983 – 1996 it was registered in the UK as G-BKCK.
In 1997 it was bought by Achim and Elmar Meier (Meier Motors GmbH / Germany) and registered as D-FAME.
From 2004 – to 2018, it was owned and operated by Josef Schumacher in Aachen/ Germany and was often seen on Airshows.
2018 – 2020 it was again sold to TinaFly GmbH in Bremgarten.
2020 – 2022 Dr Paul Liethen owned the Aeroplane
From 2022 on, it is owned and operated by Flying Legends GmbH.
Airshow-, Training- and Recurrentflights, Pleasureflights, Photoflights, Filmwork, etc. are offered.
D-FAME is now based at the Flying Legends GmbH Homebase Siegerland Airport (EDGS) in Germany, together with P-51D Mustang „Frances Dell“.
The Harvard was flown to her new home on May 14th this year and was very warm and welcomed.
Below are photographs were taken in 2020
Below are photographs were taken in 2021
Historical photographs of D-FAME