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Email Autor Correction ID #1230179 / 39 Views
3-May-2013
N42ED Operated by the casino group 'El Dorado'. (more of N42ED)
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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. (more of N7227C)
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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. (more of N7227C)
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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 =) (more of N7227C)