247 results found
Registration / Serial:N131SY
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 500 Citation
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 500/501 Citation/I/ISP
Aircraft Version:Cessna 501 Citation I/SP
C/n (msn):501-0044
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:11 October 1990
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Photo ID:383598Submit Correction
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Registered as N98675 then to N5TC in 1978. To N944JD in 1982, N131SY in 1987, N50US in 1997, N600RM in 1999 and F-HFRA in 2011.
Registration / Serial:N131SY
Aircraft Version:Cessna 501 Citation I/SP
C/n (msn):501-0044
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:11 October 1990
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Registration / Serial:N131SY
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 500 Citation
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 500/501 Citation/I/ISP
Aircraft Version:Cessna 501 Citation I/SP
C/n (msn):501-0044
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:11 October 1990
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Photo ID:383598Submit Correction
View count: 31
Registered as N98675 then to N5TC in 1978. To N944JD in 1982, N131SY in 1987, N50US in 1997, N600RM in 1999 and F-HFRA in 2011.
Registration / Serial:N131SY
Aircraft Version:Cessna 501 Citation I/SP
C/n (msn):501-0044
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:11 October 1990
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Registration / Serial:154180
Other Marks:4
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A4D Skyhawk
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-4/A4D Skyhawk
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-4F Skyhawk
C/n (msn):13637
Operator / Titles:USA - Navy
Unit Markings:Blue Angels
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:13 August 1994
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:382280Submit Correction
View count: 48
3/67: TOS USN: 5/67 to 12/67: VA-125, V-93. 12/67: VA-23 aboard USS Ticonderoga for combat in South Vietnam. 1/70: VA-22 at NAS Lemoore, deployed 4/70 to 11/70 aboard the USS Bon Homme Richard for combat in South Vietnam. 12/75: VF-43, NAS Oceana. 5/80: Blue Angels; only performed in the solo roles and carried the tail numbers of 2, 3, 4 and 6. 11/86: Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 7/87: Boeing Museum of Flight.
Registration / Serial:154180
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-4F Skyhawk
C/n (msn):13637
Operator / Titles:USA - Navy
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:13 August 1994
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:154180
Other Marks:4
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A4D Skyhawk
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-4/A4D Skyhawk
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-4F Skyhawk
C/n (msn):13637
Operator / Titles:USA - Navy
Unit Markings:Blue Angels
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:13 August 1994
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:382280Submit Correction
View count: 48
3/67: TOS USN: 5/67 to 12/67: VA-125, V-93. 12/67: VA-23 aboard USS Ticonderoga for combat in South Vietnam. 1/70: VA-22 at NAS Lemoore, deployed 4/70 to 11/70 aboard the USS Bon Homme Richard for combat in South Vietnam. 12/75: VF-43, NAS Oceana. 5/80: Blue Angels; only performed in the solo roles and carried the tail numbers of 2, 3, 4 and 6. 11/86: Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 7/87: Boeing Museum of Flight.
Registration / Serial:154180
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-4F Skyhawk
C/n (msn):13637
Operator / Titles:USA - Navy
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:13 August 1994
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:N320AS
Aircraft Original Type:Boeing 737
Aircraft Generic Type:Boeing 737-900 / 737-9 (BBJ3)
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-990
C/n (msn):33680 / 1380
Operator / Titles:Alaska Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:17 July 2015
Photo by:Neil AirdContact
Photo ID:354364Submit Correction
View count: 44
Registration / Serial:N320AS
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-990
C/n (msn):33680 / 1380
Operator / Titles:Alaska Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:17 July 2015
Photo by:Neil AirdContact
Registration / Serial:N320AS
Aircraft Original Type:Boeing 737
Aircraft Generic Type:Boeing 737-900 / 737-9 (BBJ3)
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-990
C/n (msn):33680 / 1380
Operator / Titles:Alaska Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:17 July 2015
Photo by:Neil AirdContact
Photo ID:354364Submit Correction
View count: 44
Registration / Serial:N320AS
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-990
C/n (msn):33680 / 1380
Operator / Titles:Alaska Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:17 July 2015
Photo by:Neil AirdContact
Registration / Serial:60-6940
Alternate Serial:06940
Aircraft Original Type:Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird
Aircraft Generic Type:Lockheed A-12/YF-12/M-21/SR-71 Blackbird
Aircraft Version:Lockheed M-21
C/n (msn):134
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:31 October 2012
Photo by:Gerry BarronContact
Photo ID:332280Submit Correction
View count: 126
Registration / Serial:60-6940
Alternate Serial:06940
Aircraft Version:Lockheed M-21
C/n (msn):134
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:31 October 2012
Photo by:Gerry BarronContact
Registration / Serial:60-6940
Alternate Serial:06940
Aircraft Original Type:Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird
Aircraft Generic Type:Lockheed A-12/YF-12/M-21/SR-71 Blackbird
Aircraft Version:Lockheed M-21
C/n (msn):134
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:31 October 2012
Photo by:Gerry BarronContact
Photo ID:332280Submit Correction
View count: 126
Registration / Serial:60-6940
Alternate Serial:06940
Aircraft Version:Lockheed M-21
C/n (msn):134
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:31 October 2012
Photo by:Gerry BarronContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1 December 1967 to 24 April 1968
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:307654Submit Correction
View count: 359
The original 737 first flew as long ago as 9 April 1967. The design started out as a 85-seat jet but Lufthansa convinced Boeing to make it a bit bigger, and this is line number 2, first flown on 13 May 1967 and delivered to the launch customer on 24 April 1968. Meanwhile Lufthansa had commenced scheduled services with D-ABEB and ABEC on 10 February 1968, and the 737-200 ordered by United Air Lines was also already flying. 737 production took place at BFI until 1970. Photo from: Nationaal Archief (Netherlands)
Registration / Serial:D-ABEA
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-130
C/n (msn):19013 / 2
Operator / Titles:Lufthansa
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1 December 1967 to 24 April 1968
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1 December 1967 to 24 April 1968
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:307654Submit Correction
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The original 737 first flew as long ago as 9 April 1967. The design started out as a 85-seat jet but Lufthansa convinced Boeing to make it a bit bigger, and this is line number 2, first flown on 13 May 1967 and delivered to the launch customer on 24 April 1968. Meanwhile Lufthansa had commenced scheduled services with D-ABEB and ABEC on 10 February 1968, and the 737-200 ordered by United Air Lines was also already flying. 737 production took place at BFI until 1970. Photo from: Nationaal Archief (Netherlands)
Registration / Serial:D-ABEA
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-130
C/n (msn):19013 / 2
Operator / Titles:Lufthansa
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1 December 1967 to 24 April 1968
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:N4247A
Aircraft Original Type:De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter
Aircraft Generic Type:De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter (U-1/UC)
Aircraft Version:Cox DHC-3T Turbo Otter
Manufacturers:De Havilland Canada / Cox
C/n (msn):421
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:May 1989
Photo by:Gary VincentContact
Photo ID:305868Submit Correction
View count: 64
A turbine powered Otter had a long gestation. DHC considered it after the P & W Canada PT-6 engine was developed in the '60s (too expensive and the DHC-6 Twin Otter was preferred). Western Rotorcraft in Seattle, WA mounted a Garrett TPE311 to N3904, but the improvement was unremarkable and the piston engine was re-installed. Ray Cox engineered his conversion in 1973 and tested C-FMES-X / N4247A into the '80s. An unfortunate forced landing on December 19, 1984 damaged the prototype and funds ran out before the program could continue with only one aircraft converted.
Registration / Serial:N4247A
Aircraft Version:Cox DHC-3T Turbo Otter
C/n (msn):421
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:May 1989
Photo by:Gary VincentContact
Registration / Serial:N4247A
Aircraft Original Type:De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter
Aircraft Generic Type:De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter (U-1/UC)
Aircraft Version:Cox DHC-3T Turbo Otter
Manufacturers:De Havilland Canada / Cox
C/n (msn):421
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:May 1989
Photo by:Gary VincentContact
Photo ID:305868Submit Correction
View count: 64
A turbine powered Otter had a long gestation. DHC considered it after the P & W Canada PT-6 engine was developed in the '60s (too expensive and the DHC-6 Twin Otter was preferred). Western Rotorcraft in Seattle, WA mounted a Garrett TPE311 to N3904, but the improvement was unremarkable and the piston engine was re-installed. Ray Cox engineered his conversion in 1973 and tested C-FMES-X / N4247A into the '80s. An unfortunate forced landing on December 19, 1984 damaged the prototype and funds ran out before the program could continue with only one aircraft converted.
Registration / Serial:N4247A
Aircraft Version:Cox DHC-3T Turbo Otter
C/n (msn):421
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:May 1989
Photo by:Gary VincentContact
Registration / Serial:"N91008"
Alternate Registration:NC91008
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas DC-3
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas DC-3 (C-47 Skytrain/Dakota)
Aircraft Version:Douglas DC-3-277C
C/n (msn):2245
Operator / Titles:Alaska Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:19 September 2014
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Photo ID:304164Submit Correction
View count: 52
Delivered to American as NC15591 in 1940. To TWA in 1942. Reregistered as N15591 after 1948. To other operators after 1952. Reregistered as N138D in 1957. To the Museum of flight in 1987.
Registration / Serial:"N91008"
Alternate Registration:NC91008
Aircraft Version:Douglas DC-3-277C
C/n (msn):2245
Operator / Titles:Alaska Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:19 September 2014
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Registration / Serial:"N91008"
Alternate Registration:NC91008
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas DC-3
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas DC-3 (C-47 Skytrain/Dakota)
Aircraft Version:Douglas DC-3-277C
C/n (msn):2245
Operator / Titles:Alaska Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:19 September 2014
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Photo ID:304164Submit Correction
View count: 52
Delivered to American as NC15591 in 1940. To TWA in 1942. Reregistered as N15591 after 1948. To other operators after 1952. Reregistered as N138D in 1957. To the Museum of flight in 1987.
Registration / Serial:"N91008"
Alternate Registration:NC91008
Aircraft Version:Douglas DC-3-277C
C/n (msn):2245
Operator / Titles:Alaska Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:19 September 2014
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Registration / Serial:CNA-FJ
Alternate Serial:1FJ
Military Code:10
Aircraft Original Type:Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17
Aircraft Generic Type:Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17
Aircraft Version:Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17
C/n (msn):1406016
Operator / Titles:Morocco - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:1984
Photo from:Jonathan Verschuuren CollectionContact
Photo ID:299950Submit Correction
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This former Moroccan Air Force MiG-17 was later repainted to represent a Vietnamese aircraft with fake serial 7469.
Registration / Serial:CNA-FJ
Alternate Serial:1FJ
Aircraft Version:Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17
C/n (msn):1406016
Operator / Titles:Morocco - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1984
Photo from:Jonathan Verschuuren CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:CNA-FJ
Alternate Serial:1FJ
Military Code:10
Aircraft Original Type:Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17
Aircraft Generic Type:Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17
Aircraft Version:Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17
C/n (msn):1406016
Operator / Titles:Morocco - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:1984
Photo from:Jonathan Verschuuren CollectionContact
Photo ID:299950Submit Correction
View count: 138
This former Moroccan Air Force MiG-17 was later repainted to represent a Vietnamese aircraft with fake serial 7469.
Registration / Serial:CNA-FJ
Alternate Serial:1FJ
Aircraft Version:Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17
C/n (msn):1406016
Operator / Titles:Morocco - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1984
Photo from:Jonathan Verschuuren CollectionContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1972 to 1976
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Photo ID:298909Submit Correction
View count: 59
Designed as a STORL tactical military transport aircraft, the YC-14 was Boeing's entry into the Air Force's Advanced Medium STOL Transport (AMST) competition. It was aimed to replaced the C-130 as the USAF's standard STOL tactical transport. Although the YC-14 and the competing McDonnell Douglas YC-15 were succesful, neither aircraft went into production. The AMST project was ended in 1979 and replaced by the C-X program. The C-X program eventually led to the development of the C-17 Globemaster.
Registration / Serial:72-1873
Alternate Serial:01873
Aircraft Version:Boeing YC-14A
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1972 to 1976
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1972 to 1976
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Photo ID:298909Submit Correction
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Designed as a STORL tactical military transport aircraft, the YC-14 was Boeing's entry into the Air Force's Advanced Medium STOL Transport (AMST) competition. It was aimed to replaced the C-130 as the USAF's standard STOL tactical transport. Although the YC-14 and the competing McDonnell Douglas YC-15 were succesful, neither aircraft went into production. The AMST project was ended in 1979 and replaced by the C-X program. The C-X program eventually led to the development of the C-17 Globemaster.
Registration / Serial:72-1873
Alternate Serial:01873
Aircraft Version:Boeing YC-14A
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1972 to 1976
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1972 to 1976
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Photo ID:298870Submit Correction
View count: 92
The first of two and built between 1972 and 1976. The aircraft was only active for a short time, as it was transferred to the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC) in April 1980, with inventory number CW0002. Loaned to the Pima Air & Space Museum near Tucson, AZ, in March 1981.
Registration / Serial:72-1873
Alternate Serial:01873
Aircraft Version:Boeing YC-14A
C/n (msn):0001
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1972 to 1976
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1972 to 1976
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Photo ID:298870Submit Correction
View count: 92
The first of two and built between 1972 and 1976. The aircraft was only active for a short time, as it was transferred to the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC) in April 1980, with inventory number CW0002. Loaned to the Pima Air & Space Museum near Tucson, AZ, in March 1981.
Registration / Serial:72-1873
Alternate Serial:01873
Aircraft Version:Boeing YC-14A
C/n (msn):0001
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:1972 to 1976
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:NX910A
Aircraft Original Type:Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5
Aircraft Generic Type:Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5
Aircraft Version:Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5A (replica)
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:297151Submit Correction
View count: 21
On display in the Personal Courage Wing at the Museum of Flight. This replica was begun in 1971 and completed in 1988. It is in the markings of American ace Lt. George A. Vaughn, who served with No. 84 Sqn. RAF in May 1918.
Registration / Serial:NX910A
Aircraft Version:Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5A (replica)
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Registration / Serial:NX910A
Aircraft Original Type:Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5
Aircraft Generic Type:Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5
Aircraft Version:Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5A (replica)
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:297151Submit Correction
View count: 21
On display in the Personal Courage Wing at the Museum of Flight. This replica was begun in 1971 and completed in 1988. It is in the markings of American ace Lt. George A. Vaughn, who served with No. 84 Sqn. RAF in May 1918.
Registration / Serial:NX910A
Aircraft Version:Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5A (replica)
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:9 September 1983
Photo by:Gerard HelmerContact
Photo ID:295068Submit Correction
View count: 53
Registration / Serial:N22SN
Aircraft Version:Vickers 744 Viscount
C/n (msn):40
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:9 September 1983
Photo by:Gerard HelmerContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:9 September 1983
Photo by:Gerard HelmerContact
Photo ID:295068Submit Correction
View count: 53
Registration / Serial:N22SN
Aircraft Version:Vickers 744 Viscount
C/n (msn):40
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:9 September 1983
Photo by:Gerard HelmerContact
Registration / Serial:N924J
Aircraft Original Type:Beech 18
Aircraft Generic Type:Beech 18 (C-45)
Aircraft Version:Hamilton Westwind III
Manufacturers:Beech / Hamilton
C/n (msn):BA-163
Operator / Titles:Methow Aviation
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:11 October 1990
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Photo ID:291797Submit Correction
View count: 113
Built in 1956 as a Beech E18S-9700 and registered as N42E. To N4288 in 1967. Converted to an ATE Westwind I trigear in 1969 then to a Hamilton Westwind III tailgear in 1972. To N4288T in 1979 and N924J in 1980. Operated by Methow Aviation from 1989 to 1991. Still current on the register in 2020.
Registration / Serial:N924J
Aircraft Version:Hamilton Westwind III
C/n (msn):BA-163
Operator / Titles:Methow Aviation
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:11 October 1990
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Registration / Serial:N924J
Aircraft Original Type:Beech 18
Aircraft Generic Type:Beech 18 (C-45)
Aircraft Version:Hamilton Westwind III
Manufacturers:Beech / Hamilton
C/n (msn):BA-163
Operator / Titles:Methow Aviation
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:11 October 1990
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Photo ID:291797Submit Correction
View count: 113
Built in 1956 as a Beech E18S-9700 and registered as N42E. To N4288 in 1967. Converted to an ATE Westwind I trigear in 1969 then to a Hamilton Westwind III tailgear in 1972. To N4288T in 1979 and N924J in 1980. Operated by Methow Aviation from 1989 to 1991. Still current on the register in 2020.
Registration / Serial:N924J
Aircraft Version:Hamilton Westwind III
C/n (msn):BA-163
Operator / Titles:Methow Aviation
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:11 October 1990
Photo by:Paul SeymourContact
Registration / Serial:59-4987
Alternate Serial:94987
Aircraft Original Type:Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter
Aircraft Generic Type:Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter/Tiger
Aircraft Version:Northrop YF-5A Freedom Fighter (N-156F)
C/n (msn):N6001
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force / Northrop - Norair Division
Aircraft Name:Freedom Fighter
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:289661Submit Correction
View count: 400
Prototype F-5A on display in the Great Gallery at the Museum of Flight. Northrop's Chief Experimental Test Pilot Lewis A. Nelson took it supersonic on its first flight at Edwards AFB on 30 July 1959. The T-38 was a successful USAF supersonic trainer, but it took seven years to get a production order for the F-5A that ultimately became a successful lightweight, low cost fighter-bomber with its high thrust-to-weight ratio J85-GE-13 engines.
Registration / Serial:59-4987
Alternate Serial:94987
Aircraft Version:Northrop YF-5A Freedom Fighter (N-156F)
C/n (msn):N6001
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force / Northrop - Norair Division
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Registration / Serial:59-4987
Alternate Serial:94987
Aircraft Original Type:Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter
Aircraft Generic Type:Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter/Tiger
Aircraft Version:Northrop YF-5A Freedom Fighter (N-156F)
C/n (msn):N6001
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force / Northrop - Norair Division
Aircraft Name:Freedom Fighter
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:289661Submit Correction
View count: 400
Prototype F-5A on display in the Great Gallery at the Museum of Flight. Northrop's Chief Experimental Test Pilot Lewis A. Nelson took it supersonic on its first flight at Edwards AFB on 30 July 1959. The T-38 was a successful USAF supersonic trainer, but it took seven years to get a production order for the F-5A that ultimately became a successful lightweight, low cost fighter-bomber with its high thrust-to-weight ratio J85-GE-13 engines.
Registration / Serial:59-4987
Alternate Serial:94987
Aircraft Version:Northrop YF-5A Freedom Fighter (N-156F)
C/n (msn):N6001
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force / Northrop - Norair Division
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Registration / Serial:N626BL
Aircraft Original Type:LearAvia Lear Fan 2100
Aircraft Generic Type:LearAvia Lear Fan 2100
Aircraft Version:LearAvia Lear Fan 2100
C/n (msn):E001
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:289393Submit Correction
View count: 141
On display at the Museum of Flight. Designed by Bill Lear, this prototype first flew on "Dec. 32, 1980", as recorded officially so that British government funding expiring in 1980 could continue to be enjoyed. Only three aircraft were built and they are all on display in US museums. The Lear Fan was built of composite materials which revolutionized the field of aviation, had a Y-shaped empennage and the pusher propeller was powered by a pair of P&W Canada PT6B-35F turboshafts. Ahead of its time, it ran into trouble with the FAA on gearbox issues.
Registration / Serial:N626BL
Aircraft Version:LearAvia Lear Fan 2100
C/n (msn):E001
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Registration / Serial:N626BL
Aircraft Original Type:LearAvia Lear Fan 2100
Aircraft Generic Type:LearAvia Lear Fan 2100
Aircraft Version:LearAvia Lear Fan 2100
C/n (msn):E001
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:289393Submit Correction
View count: 141
On display at the Museum of Flight. Designed by Bill Lear, this prototype first flew on "Dec. 32, 1980", as recorded officially so that British government funding expiring in 1980 could continue to be enjoyed. Only three aircraft were built and they are all on display in US museums. The Lear Fan was built of composite materials which revolutionized the field of aviation, had a Y-shaped empennage and the pusher propeller was powered by a pair of P&W Canada PT6B-35F turboshafts. Ahead of its time, it ran into trouble with the FAA on gearbox issues.
Registration / Serial:N626BL
Aircraft Version:LearAvia Lear Fan 2100
C/n (msn):E001
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Registration / Serial:G-MONN
Aircraft Original Type:Boeing 737
Aircraft Generic Type:Boeing 737-300
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-33A
C/n (msn):24029 / 1601
Operator / Titles:Euroberlin France / Monarch Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:29 August 1988
Photo by:Gerry BarronContact
Photo ID:288969Submit Correction
View count: 48
Registration / Serial:G-MONN
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-33A
C/n (msn):24029 / 1601
Operator / Titles:Euroberlin France / Monarch Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:29 August 1988
Photo by:Gerry BarronContact
Registration / Serial:G-MONN
Aircraft Original Type:Boeing 737
Aircraft Generic Type:Boeing 737-300
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-33A
C/n (msn):24029 / 1601
Operator / Titles:Euroberlin France / Monarch Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:29 August 1988
Photo by:Gerry BarronContact
Photo ID:288969Submit Correction
View count: 48
Registration / Serial:G-MONN
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-33A
C/n (msn):24029 / 1601
Operator / Titles:Euroberlin France / Monarch Airlines
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:29 August 1988
Photo by:Gerry BarronContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:287520Submit Correction
View count: 57
On display at the Museum of Flight. This replica is Bestellnr. 535/17, likely from Jasta 6 as per its markings. The original triplane would have flown with Jagdgeschwader 1 comprising of Jagdstaffeln 4, 6, 10 and 11. The first fighter wing of the Luftstreitkräfte was created in June 1917 and commanded by Rittmeister Manfred von Richthofen, the only logical choice. Along with the famous red triplane of the ace, a number of colourful aircraft made up the "Flying Circus", as it was referred to by RFC pilots.
Registration / Serial:N2203
Aircraft Version:Fokker Dr.1 (replica)
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
Operator Painted:Jasta 6
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:287520Submit Correction
View count: 57
On display at the Museum of Flight. This replica is Bestellnr. 535/17, likely from Jasta 6 as per its markings. The original triplane would have flown with Jagdgeschwader 1 comprising of Jagdstaffeln 4, 6, 10 and 11. The first fighter wing of the Luftstreitkräfte was created in June 1917 and commanded by Rittmeister Manfred von Richthofen, the only logical choice. Along with the famous red triplane of the ace, a number of colourful aircraft made up the "Flying Circus", as it was referred to by RFC pilots.
Registration / Serial:N2203
Aircraft Version:Fokker Dr.1 (replica)
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
Operator Painted:Jasta 6
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:287482Submit Correction
View count: 53
On display at the Museum of Flight. Built in numbers, the D.V suffered from lower wing failures and was considered outdated by Manfred von Richthofen. This replica is painted in the markings of Oblt. Richard Flashar, commander of Jasta 5. Dragon Albatros W/n 5636/17 was handed over to Lt. Hans Joachim von Hippel, who succeeded in making a crash landing after combat on Feb. 18, 1918.
Registration / Serial:N36DV
Alternate Registration:NX36DV
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va (Replica)
C/n (msn):0036
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:287482Submit Correction
View count: 53
On display at the Museum of Flight. Built in numbers, the D.V suffered from lower wing failures and was considered outdated by Manfred von Richthofen. This replica is painted in the markings of Oblt. Richard Flashar, commander of Jasta 5. Dragon Albatros W/n 5636/17 was handed over to Lt. Hans Joachim von Hippel, who succeeded in making a crash landing after combat on Feb. 18, 1918.
Registration / Serial:N36DV
Alternate Registration:NX36DV
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va (Replica)
C/n (msn):0036
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Registration / Serial:N14519
Alternate Registration:NX14519
Alternate Serial:42-8205
Aircraft Original Type:Republic P-47 Thunderbolt
Aircraft Generic Type:Republic P-47 Thunderbolt
Aircraft Version:Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
C/n (msn):345
Operator Painted:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Big Stud
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:287469Submit Correction
View count: 44
On display at the Museum of Flight. This Thunderbolt was recovered from La Paz for restoration. "Big Stud" is painted in the markings of Col. Robert L. Baseler, CO of 325th FG from July 1943 to April 1944 in the Mediterranean Theater. The 325th FG wore the distinctive black and yellow checkertail on its P-40s, P-47s and P-51s.
Registration / Serial:N14519
Alternate Registration:NX14519
Alternate Serial:42-8205
Aircraft Version:Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
C/n (msn):345
Operator Painted:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Registration / Serial:N14519
Alternate Registration:NX14519
Alternate Serial:42-8205
Aircraft Original Type:Republic P-47 Thunderbolt
Aircraft Generic Type:Republic P-47 Thunderbolt
Aircraft Version:Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
C/n (msn):345
Operator Painted:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Big Stud
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:287469Submit Correction
View count: 44
On display at the Museum of Flight. This Thunderbolt was recovered from La Paz for restoration. "Big Stud" is painted in the markings of Col. Robert L. Baseler, CO of 325th FG from July 1943 to April 1944 in the Mediterranean Theater. The 325th FG wore the distinctive black and yellow checkertail on its P-40s, P-47s and P-51s.
Registration / Serial:N14519
Alternate Registration:NX14519
Alternate Serial:42-8205
Aircraft Version:Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
C/n (msn):345
Operator Painted:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:287468Submit Correction
View count: 40
On display at the Museum of Flight. This is an original Pfalz D.XII that was brought for evaluation to the USA along with other aircraft after WWI. It was sold as war surplus before going to a museum, then was restored to flying condition and went to another museum. Used by the Luftstreitkräfte in numbers, the D.XII had a slow rate of roll and handled clumsily compared to the Fokker D.VII.
Registration / Serial:N43C
Aircraft Version:Pfalz DXII
C/n (msn):3498
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:287468Submit Correction
View count: 40
On display at the Museum of Flight. This is an original Pfalz D.XII that was brought for evaluation to the USA along with other aircraft after WWI. It was sold as war surplus before going to a museum, then was restored to flying condition and went to another museum. Used by the Luftstreitkräfte in numbers, the D.XII had a slow rate of roll and handled clumsily compared to the Fokker D.VII.
Registration / Serial:N43C
Aircraft Version:Pfalz DXII
C/n (msn):3498
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:16 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact