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Email Autor Korrektur ID #1471509 / 48 Aufrufe
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1367325 / 46 Aufrufe
13-May-2015
44-83735 Normally displayed in the American Air Museum hangar but temporarily stored in the Airspace hangar whilst refurbishment work takes place to the American hangar (mehr von 44-83735)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1363890 / 23 Aufrufe
13-October-2013
44-83735 B-17G-95-DL on display at the American Air Museum Duxford. Now carries its true identity 44-83735 on the fin and no nose art (following its 2011/2012 restoration), but was formerly painted as 42-31983 'Mary Alice'. (mehr von 44-83735)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1353143 / 81 Aufrufe
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1334007 / 144 Aufrufe
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1269583 / 750 Aufrufe
31-August-2013
G-BEDF Displaying at the RAFA Charity Airshow. (mehr von G-BEDF)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1236914 / 74 Aufrufe
23-March-2013
N9323Z 'Sentimental Journey' Wears military serial 483514 (mehr von N9323Z)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1236913 / 83 Aufrufe
23-March-2013
N9323Z 'Sentimental Journey' Wears military serial 483514 (mehr von N9323Z)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1236912 / 62 Aufrufe
23-March-2013
N9323Z 'Sentimental Journey' Wears military serial 483514 (mehr von N9323Z)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1229921 / 128 Aufrufe
3-May-2013
N7227C 'Texas Raiders' is one of only 13 'Flying Fortresses' which are in a airworthy condition. It has been recognized by AIR CLASSICS magazine as the best restored B-17G bomber currently flying in the world. Operdated by the Commemorative Air Force - Gulf Coast Wing. Delivered to the U.S. Army Air Corps on July 12, 1945. This 'Flying Fortress' became airworthy on October 14, 2009 after a long "AD" (Airworthiness Directive). Special thanks to the Gulf Coast Wing for this perfect day. Four Wright R-1820-97, 1000 horsepower radial engines. using exhaust driven superchargers, each engine is capable of approximately 1200 horsepower. (mehr von N7227C)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1229920 / 36 Aufrufe
3-May-2013
N7227C 'Texas Raiders' is one of only 13 'Flying Fortresses' which are in a airworthy condition. It has been recognized by AIR CLASSICS magazine as the best restored B-17G bomber currently flying in the world. Operdated by the Commemorative Air Force - Gulf Coast Wing. Delivered to the U.S. Army Air Corps on July 12, 1945. This 'Flying Fortress' became airworthy on October 14, 2009 after a long "AD" (Airworthiness Directive). Special thanks to the Gulf Coast Wing for this perfect day. Four Wright R-1820-97, 1000 horsepower radial engines. using exhaust driven superchargers, each engine is capable of approximately 1200 horsepower. (mehr von N7227C)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1229917 / 195 Aufrufe
3-May-2013
N7227C 'Texas Raiders' is one of only 13 'Flying Fortresses' which are in a airworthy condition. It has been recognized by AIR CLASSICS magazine as the best restored B-17G bomber currently flying in the world. Operdated by the Commemorative Air Force - Gulf Coast Wing. Delivered to the U.S. Army Air Corps on July 12, 1945. This 'Flying Fortress' became airworthy on October 14, 2009 after a long "AD" (Airworthiness Directive). Special thanks to the Gulf Coast Wing for this perfect day. It was such a great feeling to stay in the Cockpit of a flying B-17. And it's not so easy to climb up into the Cockpit for a tall person =) (mehr von N7227C)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1223594 / 53 Aufrufe
21-March-2013
N3509G Palm Springs Air Museum. Wears military serial 44-85778 (mehr von N3509G)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1217401 / 111 Aufrufe
-July-2008
N390TH "Liberty Bell" during the Flying Legends 2008 (mehr von N390TH)