w/o = written off s/d = substantially damaged dmgd = damaged cx = cancelled GIA = ground instructional airframe Prs. = preserved DBR = damaged beyond repair DBF = destroyed by fire WFU = withdrawn from use dstyd = destroyed
Brackets around dates following registrations mean it is the date that the previous registration was cancelled
Brackets around information in column E refer to where I got the information, typically magazines (ABN etc) and websites where no c/n is given. Also details of photographic evidence if no registration date is given, the photo being the earliest I can find. A second photo is used if the aircraft has been rebuilt.
Brackets are also used in Column E on temporary registrations to denote sightings on specific days. WNS = Wiener Neustatdt