3 results found
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Original Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Generic Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Berwick - Casey Field (YBER) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Victoria, Australia
Photo Date:1965
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
Photo ID:139405Submit Correction
View count: 151
Sold in the US as N240G in 1966
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Berwick - Casey Field (YBER) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Victoria, Australia
Photo Date:1965
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Original Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Generic Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Berwick - Casey Field (YBER) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Victoria, Australia
Photo Date:1965
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
Photo ID:139405Submit Correction
View count: 151
Sold in the US as N240G in 1966
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Berwick - Casey Field (YBER) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Victoria, Australia
Photo Date:1965
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Original Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Generic Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Palo Alto (PAO)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:June 1967
Photo by:William T. Larkins (Bill Larkins)
Photo ID:125571Submit Correction
View count: 217
Former VH-UUI became N240G in May 1966, but in this photo it does not appear to be carrying its new registration yet. This General Aircraft Company Genairco Cabin biplane was first registered in Australia as VH-UOH on 2 June 1930, and reregistered as VH-UUI on 24 Sep 1936. In the late 1980s it was acquired by Kermit Weeks. Note the landing gear struts, inboard top wing struts, window and tail shapes.
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Palo Alto (PAO)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:June 1967
Photo by:William T. Larkins (Bill Larkins)
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Original Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Generic Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Palo Alto (PAO)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:June 1967
Photo by:William T. Larkins (Bill Larkins)
Photo ID:125571Submit Correction
View count: 217
Former VH-UUI became N240G in May 1966, but in this photo it does not appear to be carrying its new registration yet. This General Aircraft Company Genairco Cabin biplane was first registered in Australia as VH-UOH on 2 June 1930, and reregistered as VH-UUI on 24 Sep 1936. In the late 1980s it was acquired by Kermit Weeks. Note the landing gear struts, inboard top wing struts, window and tail shapes.
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Palo Alto (PAO)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:June 1967
Photo by:William T. Larkins (Bill Larkins)
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Original Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Generic Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Wagga Wagga - Forest Hill (YSWG / WGA)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:12 December 1965
Photo by:Bob Neate / Geoff Goodall
Photo ID:116803Submit Correction
View count: 170
Built as VH-UOH in 1930 with open cockpits. Sold to Fiji Airways as VQ-FAC and operated as a floatplane. Sank May 22, 1933. Shipped to Sydney for rebuilding, finally reappearing in 1936 as VH-UUI with an enclosed cabin for two passengers and the pilot behind, DH Fox Moth style. By this time Genairco was out of business. -UUI remained on the register with a couple of breaks until 1966, Over the years the engine was swapped from a Cirrus Hermes to a Gipsy Major and a DH60 undercarriage fitted. It was sold in the US as N240G in May 1966. Now in storage at the Fantasy of Flight Museum, Florida.
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Wagga Wagga - Forest Hill (YSWG / WGA)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:12 December 1965
Photo by:Bob Neate / Geoff Goodall
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Original Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Generic Type:General Aircraft Genairco
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Wagga Wagga - Forest Hill (YSWG / WGA)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:12 December 1965
Photo by:Bob Neate / Geoff Goodall
Photo ID:116803Submit Correction
View count: 170
Built as VH-UOH in 1930 with open cockpits. Sold to Fiji Airways as VQ-FAC and operated as a floatplane. Sank May 22, 1933. Shipped to Sydney for rebuilding, finally reappearing in 1936 as VH-UUI with an enclosed cabin for two passengers and the pilot behind, DH Fox Moth style. By this time Genairco was out of business. -UUI remained on the register with a couple of breaks until 1966, Over the years the engine was swapped from a Cirrus Hermes to a Gipsy Major and a DH60 undercarriage fitted. It was sold in the US as N240G in May 1966. Now in storage at the Fantasy of Flight Museum, Florida.
Registration / Serial:VH-UUI
Aircraft Version:General Aircraft Genairco Cabin
C/n (msn):17
City / Airport:Wagga Wagga - Forest Hill (YSWG / WGA)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:12 December 1965
Photo by:Bob Neate / Geoff Goodall