The Airspeed Oxford MKI aircraft went into military service with the RAF in 1937. Airspeed Oxford was used as a trainer. The Airspeed Oxford Trainer is noted as the first monoplane to be used as a training aircraft with the Royal Air Force. A grand total of 1875 were built.
Airspeed Oxford aircraft was nicknamed the "Ox Box." Airspeed Oxford planes mostly served in countries like the Middle East, Canada, and UK
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