For 70 years, the small liaison aircraft travelled road and collected the passports.
It was American to his arrival in England and during its passage by France in 1944.
He was OO - JOE and OO - AJL in Belgium, and finally G-BLPA to return to England.
On March 24, 2014, it made its first flight with a new indicative, french this time: F-WYZA. W marks the phase of transition.
In a few days, it will be called F-AYZA.