Curt Kinchen flew his Fairchild PT-26 for the first time in two and half years on June 30, at Paine Field, WA. The aircraft was damaged in an emergency landing two and a half years ago.
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Jul 12 2011
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Jul 01 2011
A replica of a 1911 Curtiss A-1 Triad seaplane crashed in Keuka Lake in Hammondsport, NY, on the evening of Thursday July the 30th. The pilot, 58 year-old Kevin House, was not injured. The replica was flown by the Glenn H. Curtiss Aviation Museum and was substantially damaged. It was towed back to shore and …
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Jun 23 2011
The Cavanaugh Flight Museum’s P-51D first flew on Wednesday, June 22 after a 4 year restoration. The Mustang now carries its historical wartime colours as “The Brat III”, which was flown by Lt. Hjalmar Johnsen of the 401st FS, 370th FG, 9th AF. Pictures are available on Ezell Aviation’s Facebook page.
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May 02 2011
After crashing in September 2008 and being rebuilt by owner Larry Tobin, Stearman C3B s/n 004 took back to the air on May 1 at Felts Field in Spokane (WA), thus reclaiming its title of oldest flying Stearman. More information and pictures on AntiqueAirfield.com.
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