Registration / Serial:N101GH
Aircraft Original Type:Hawk GAF-125 GAFHawk 125
Aircraft Generic Type:Hawk GAF-125 GAFHawk 125
Aircraft Version:Hawk GAF-125 GAFHawk 125
C/n (msn):001
City / Airport:Delta Junction - All West (AK77)Map
Region / Country:Alaska, United States
Photo Date:11 June 2006
Photo by:Aad van der VoetContact
Photo ID:11
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This is the General Aviation Freighter (GAF), designed by California-based Hawk Industries. It became known as the Gafhawk 125, and only one prototype was built, which first flew on 19 August 1982. The aircraft never went into production, and N101GH remained the only example of its type. It was initially equipped with a PT-6 turboprop engine, but in the early 1990s this was replaced by this Polish-built radial, which also powers the Antonov An-2. This unique aircraft crashlanded in a field in Alaska in 2011, and was abandoned at the accident site. It was still there by late 2017, with only minor damage.
Registration / Serial:N101GH
Aircraft Version:Hawk GAF-125 GAFHawk 125
C/n (msn):001
City / Airport:Delta Junction - All West (AK77)
Photo Date:11 June 2006
Photo by:Aad van der VoetContact
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