The Royal Air Force Central Flying School first received the Oxfords in November 1937.
The Oxfords entered service in January 1938.
Aircrews were trained in twin engine flying, bombing, gunnery, radio, night flying, photography, and navigation.
Used by Countries
The Airspeed Oxford was used by Australia (391), Britain, Canada, France, New Zealand, Portugal, South Africa (700), Southern Rhodesia, and United States.