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City / Airport:Silver Star Airport (closed)
Region / Country:Pennsylvania, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:William Engle Collection (via Tim Martin)Contact
Photo ID:684841
View count: 44
The first evidence for this grass airfield is from 1927. This photo was taken in 1928 and the biplane is believed to be a Kreider-Reisner Challenger C-2 aircraft with a Kinner D-5 engine. It carries no visible markings. (This may be because, at the time, The State of Pennsylvania had jurisdiction over things aeronautical and issued aircraft license numbers in the format P-### .) In 1945, John Van Sant bought the Silver Star Airport and renamed it to the Old Star Airport. The airport closed about 1973 and the Oxford Valley Shopping Mall was built, obliterating its existence.
City / Airport:Silver Star Airport (closed)
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:William Engle Collection (via Tim Martin)Contact
City / Airport:Silver Star Airport (closed)
Region / Country:Pennsylvania, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:William Engle Collection (via Tim Martin)Contact
Photo ID:684841
View count: 44
The first evidence for this grass airfield is from 1927. This photo was taken in 1928 and the biplane is believed to be a Kreider-Reisner Challenger C-2 aircraft with a Kinner D-5 engine. It carries no visible markings. (This may be because, at the time, The State of Pennsylvania had jurisdiction over things aeronautical and issued aircraft license numbers in the format P-### .) In 1945, John Van Sant bought the Silver Star Airport and renamed it to the Old Star Airport. The airport closed about 1973 and the Oxford Valley Shopping Mall was built, obliterating its existence.
City / Airport:Silver Star Airport (closed)
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:William Engle Collection (via Tim Martin)Contact
Registration / Serial:J9480
Aircraft Original Type:Bristol 105/124 Bulldog
Aircraft Generic Type:Bristol 105/124 Bulldog
Aircraft Version:Bristol Bulldog Mk2
C/n (msn):7235
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Bristol - Filton (EGTG / FZO)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:682592Submit Correction
View count: 100
The prototype Bulldog II, probably pictured early in 1928 at Filton from where it was first flown by Cyril Uwins on 21 January. Photo from: Life
Registration / Serial:J9480
Aircraft Version:Bristol Bulldog Mk2
C/n (msn):7235
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Bristol - Filton (EGTG / FZO)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:J9480
Aircraft Original Type:Bristol 105/124 Bulldog
Aircraft Generic Type:Bristol 105/124 Bulldog
Aircraft Version:Bristol Bulldog Mk2
C/n (msn):7235
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Bristol - Filton (EGTG / FZO)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:682592Submit Correction
View count: 100
The prototype Bulldog II, probably pictured early in 1928 at Filton from where it was first flown by Cyril Uwins on 21 January. Photo from: Life
Registration / Serial:J9480
Aircraft Version:Bristol Bulldog Mk2
C/n (msn):7235
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Bristol - Filton (EGTG / FZO)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:NC1076
Alternate Registration:C1076
Fleet number:4
Aircraft Original Type:Ford Tri-Motor
Aircraft Generic Type:Ford Tri-Motor
Aircraft Version:Ford 4-AT-A Tri-Motor
C/n (msn):4-AT-9
Operator Titles:Cleveland-Detroit Airline / Stout Air Services
City / Airport:Cleveland - Hopkins International (KCLE / CLE)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:664259Submit Correction
View count: 196
Stout's airline at first operated as Detroit-Grand Rapids Airline and Cleveland-Detroit Airline. This early Tri-Motor crashed near Toledo, Ohio on 16 January 1929 following an in-flight fire. The aircraft carried 2500 pounds of mail. Photo from: Cleveland Public Library
Registration / Serial:NC1076
Alternate Registration:C1076
Aircraft Version:Ford 4-AT-A Tri-Motor
C/n (msn):4-AT-9
Operator Titles:Cleveland-Detroit Airline / Stout Air Services
City / Airport:Cleveland - Hopkins International (KCLE / CLE)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:NC1076
Alternate Registration:C1076
Fleet number:4
Aircraft Original Type:Ford Tri-Motor
Aircraft Generic Type:Ford Tri-Motor
Aircraft Version:Ford 4-AT-A Tri-Motor
C/n (msn):4-AT-9
Operator Titles:Cleveland-Detroit Airline / Stout Air Services
City / Airport:Cleveland - Hopkins International (KCLE / CLE)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:664259Submit Correction
View count: 196
Stout's airline at first operated as Detroit-Grand Rapids Airline and Cleveland-Detroit Airline. This early Tri-Motor crashed near Toledo, Ohio on 16 January 1929 following an in-flight fire. The aircraft carried 2500 pounds of mail. Photo from: Cleveland Public Library
Registration / Serial:NC1076
Alternate Registration:C1076
Aircraft Version:Ford 4-AT-A Tri-Motor
C/n (msn):4-AT-9
Operator Titles:Cleveland-Detroit Airline / Stout Air Services
City / Airport:Cleveland - Hopkins International (KCLE / CLE)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Wilmington - Piasecki Field (closed)Map
Region / Country:Delaware, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:648608Submit Correction
View count: 165
The sole Bellanca K was built for a transatlantic flight to Rome. Cesare Sabelli's crew took off from Old Orchard Beach, Maine on 20 September 1928 but returned with a loose piston and ditched. The aircraft was repaired but subsequent users also experienced engine problems: a flight from Argentina to Spain didn't happen, a record endurance flight failed due to high oil consumption and finally Thor Solberg ditched NX4864 off Newfoundland on his way to Norway on 23 August 1932. The odd design of the aircraft, with lifting surfaces forming a sort of W-shaped lower wing, was supposedly very efficient and led to the Model P Airbus/Aircruiser. Photo from: Smithsonian Institution
Registration / Serial:NX4864
Aircraft Version:Bellanca K
C/n (msn):107
City / Airport:Wilmington - Piasecki Field (closed)Map
Region / Country:Delaware, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Wilmington - Piasecki Field (closed)Map
Region / Country:Delaware, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:648608Submit Correction
View count: 165
The sole Bellanca K was built for a transatlantic flight to Rome. Cesare Sabelli's crew took off from Old Orchard Beach, Maine on 20 September 1928 but returned with a loose piston and ditched. The aircraft was repaired but subsequent users also experienced engine problems: a flight from Argentina to Spain didn't happen, a record endurance flight failed due to high oil consumption and finally Thor Solberg ditched NX4864 off Newfoundland on his way to Norway on 23 August 1932. The odd design of the aircraft, with lifting surfaces forming a sort of W-shaped lower wing, was supposedly very efficient and led to the Model P Airbus/Aircruiser. Photo from: Smithsonian Institution
Registration / Serial:NX4864
Aircraft Version:Bellanca K
C/n (msn):107
City / Airport:Wilmington - Piasecki Field (closed)Map
Region / Country:Delaware, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:616035Submit Correction
View count: 324
The second of six M.18 flying boats to serve in Portugal's navy from 1928 until about 1934. Flown from the factory in Varese to Lisbon in August-September 1928 - not straightforward without wheels. Photo from: Museu de Marinha (Portugal)
Registration / Serial:47
Aircraft Version:Macchi M.18
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:Portugal - Navy
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:616035Submit Correction
View count: 324
The second of six M.18 flying boats to serve in Portugal's navy from 1928 until about 1934. Flown from the factory in Varese to Lisbon in August-September 1928 - not straightforward without wheels. Photo from: Museu de Marinha (Portugal)
Registration / Serial:47
Aircraft Version:Macchi M.18
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:Portugal - Navy
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Los Angeles - American Aircraft (closed)
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:592118Submit Correction
View count: 102
Photographed at one of the many small airports that dotted LA in the late 1930s. This one was operated by American Aircraft Corp, which was among other things a Waco agent. NC5013 (now N5013) is still registered in 2013. Photo from: University of Southern California
Registration / Serial:NC5013
Aircraft Version:Waco GXE
C/n (msn):1440
City / Airport:Los Angeles - American Aircraft (closed)
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Los Angeles - American Aircraft (closed)
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:592118Submit Correction
View count: 102
Photographed at one of the many small airports that dotted LA in the late 1930s. This one was operated by American Aircraft Corp, which was among other things a Waco agent. NC5013 (now N5013) is still registered in 2013. Photo from: University of Southern California
Registration / Serial:NC5013
Aircraft Version:Waco GXE
C/n (msn):1440
City / Airport:Los Angeles - American Aircraft (closed)
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:San Francisco - International (KSFO / SFO)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
Photo ID:564069
View count: 551
Photo showing what the hangars looked like at San Francisco - Mills Field almost 100 years ago. This is what would later become San Francisco International Airport (KSFO). Photographer unknown.
City / Airport:San Francisco - International (KSFO / SFO)
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
City / Airport:San Francisco - International (KSFO / SFO)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
Photo ID:564069
View count: 551
Photo showing what the hangars looked like at San Francisco - Mills Field almost 100 years ago. This is what would later become San Francisco International Airport (KSFO). Photographer unknown.
City / Airport:San Francisco - International (KSFO / SFO)
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
City / Airport:Düsseldorf - International (EDDL / DUS)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1928
Photo by:Udo HaafkeContact
Photo ID:537236Submit Correction
View count: 172
In 1927 construction pioneer Gottlob Espenlaub moved with his factory to Düsseldorf-Lohausen. In front of the company building D1570 (promoting the Dapolin gasoline brand) is parked together with Espenlaub E-11 D1183 and Espenlaub E-7, one of his glider-constructions. Mr Espenlaub later made tests with rocket propulsion. Picture taken by my late Grandfather.
Registration / Serial:D1570
Aircraft Version:Espenlaub E-14
C/n (msn):
City / Airport:Düsseldorf - International (EDDL / DUS)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1928
Photo by:Udo HaafkeContact
City / Airport:Düsseldorf - International (EDDL / DUS)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1928
Photo by:Udo HaafkeContact
Photo ID:537236Submit Correction
View count: 172
In 1927 construction pioneer Gottlob Espenlaub moved with his factory to Düsseldorf-Lohausen. In front of the company building D1570 (promoting the Dapolin gasoline brand) is parked together with Espenlaub E-11 D1183 and Espenlaub E-7, one of his glider-constructions. Mr Espenlaub later made tests with rocket propulsion. Picture taken by my late Grandfather.
Registration / Serial:D1570
Aircraft Version:Espenlaub E-14
C/n (msn):
City / Airport:Düsseldorf - International (EDDL / DUS)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1928
Photo by:Udo HaafkeContact
City / Airport:Düsseldorf - International (EDDL / DUS)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1928
Photo by:Udo HaafkeContact
Photo ID:537215Submit Correction
View count: 124
in 1927 constructing pioneer Gottlob Espenlaub moved with his factory to Düsseldorf-Lohausen, here proudly presenting his machine to those interested ladies. Mr Espenlaub later made tests with rocket propulsion. Picture taken by my late Grandfather.
Registration / Serial:D1138
Aircraft Version:Espenlaub E-11
C/n (msn):
City / Airport:Düsseldorf - International (EDDL / DUS)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1928
Photo by:Udo HaafkeContact
City / Airport:Düsseldorf - International (EDDL / DUS)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1928
Photo by:Udo HaafkeContact
Photo ID:537215Submit Correction
View count: 124
in 1927 constructing pioneer Gottlob Espenlaub moved with his factory to Düsseldorf-Lohausen, here proudly presenting his machine to those interested ladies. Mr Espenlaub later made tests with rocket propulsion. Picture taken by my late Grandfather.
Registration / Serial:D1138
Aircraft Version:Espenlaub E-11
C/n (msn):
City / Airport:Düsseldorf - International (EDDL / DUS)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1928
Photo by:Udo HaafkeContact
Registration / Serial:J8084
Aircraft Original Type:Gloster Gamecock
Aircraft Generic Type:Gloster Gamecock
Aircraft Version:Gloster Gamecock Mk1
C/n (msn):[ J8084 ]
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Unit Markings:23 Sqn
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:509512Submit Correction
View count: 191
No 23 Sqn lined up. Gamecocks J8084, J8040, J7907, J8045, J8075, J8410, J8078, J7904 and J8092 can be identified. The squadron was based at Kenley in the given year. Photo from: San Diego Air & Space Museum
Registration / Serial:J8084
Aircraft Version:Gloster Gamecock Mk1
C/n (msn):[ J8084 ]
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:J8084
Aircraft Original Type:Gloster Gamecock
Aircraft Generic Type:Gloster Gamecock
Aircraft Version:Gloster Gamecock Mk1
C/n (msn):[ J8084 ]
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Unit Markings:23 Sqn
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:509512Submit Correction
View count: 191
No 23 Sqn lined up. Gamecocks J8084, J8040, J7907, J8045, J8075, J8410, J8078, J7904 and J8092 can be identified. The squadron was based at Kenley in the given year. Photo from: San Diego Air & Space Museum
Registration / Serial:J8084
Aircraft Version:Gloster Gamecock Mk1
C/n (msn):[ J8084 ]
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:G-CAFY
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss 1
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss 1 (J/N/JN Jenny/Canuck)
Aircraft Version:Curtiss JN-4(CAN)
Licence-built by:Canadian Aeroplanes
C/n (msn):5066
Operator Titles:Jack V. Elliott Air Service
City / Airport:Hamilton - Elliot (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:465881Submit Correction
View count: 209
G-CAFY was destroyed in a hangar fire at Hamilton on August 18, 1929. Jack Elliott operated from his own own airfield. In 1929 a municipal airport opened in Hamilton. Photo from: Canada Science and Technology Museum
Registration / Serial:G-CAFY
Aircraft Version:Curtiss JN-4(CAN)
C/n (msn):5066
Operator Titles:Jack V. Elliott Air Service
City / Airport:Hamilton - Elliot (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:G-CAFY
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss 1
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss 1 (J/N/JN Jenny/Canuck)
Aircraft Version:Curtiss JN-4(CAN)
Licence-built by:Canadian Aeroplanes
C/n (msn):5066
Operator Titles:Jack V. Elliott Air Service
City / Airport:Hamilton - Elliot (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:465881Submit Correction
View count: 209
G-CAFY was destroyed in a hangar fire at Hamilton on August 18, 1929. Jack Elliott operated from his own own airfield. In 1929 a municipal airport opened in Hamilton. Photo from: Canada Science and Technology Museum
Registration / Serial:G-CAFY
Aircraft Version:Curtiss JN-4(CAN)
C/n (msn):5066
Operator Titles:Jack V. Elliott Air Service
City / Airport:Hamilton - Elliot (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:G-CYZW
Aircraft Original Type:Canadian Vickers Vigil
Aircraft Generic Type:Canadian Vickers Vigil
Aircraft Version:Canadian Vickers Vigil
C/n (msn):CV44
Operator Titles:Canada - Air Force
City / Airport:Montréal - Saint-Hubert (CYHU / YHU)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:465876Submit Correction
View count: 329
The Vigil was one many one-off prototypes built by Canadian Vickers. It was designed for forest patrols. However the aircraft was overweight and instead used as a proficiency trainer and mail plane until it required an overhaul. It was scrapped instead. Photo from: Canada Science and Technology Museum
Registration / Serial:G-CYZW
Aircraft Version:Canadian Vickers Vigil
C/n (msn):CV44
Operator Titles:Canada - Air Force
City / Airport:Montréal - Saint-Hubert (CYHU / YHU)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:G-CYZW
Aircraft Original Type:Canadian Vickers Vigil
Aircraft Generic Type:Canadian Vickers Vigil
Aircraft Version:Canadian Vickers Vigil
C/n (msn):CV44
Operator Titles:Canada - Air Force
City / Airport:Montréal - Saint-Hubert (CYHU / YHU)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:465876Submit Correction
View count: 329
The Vigil was one many one-off prototypes built by Canadian Vickers. It was designed for forest patrols. However the aircraft was overweight and instead used as a proficiency trainer and mail plane until it required an overhaul. It was scrapped instead. Photo from: Canada Science and Technology Museum
Registration / Serial:G-CYZW
Aircraft Version:Canadian Vickers Vigil
C/n (msn):CV44
Operator Titles:Canada - Air Force
City / Airport:Montréal - Saint-Hubert (CYHU / YHU)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Seaplane Base:Churchill - Seaplane (CJJ7)Map
Region / Country:Manitoba, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:445815Submit Correction
View count: 177
Damaged beyond repair on August 9, 1929. Photo from: Library and Archives Canada
Registration / Serial:G-CARJ
Aircraft Version:Fairchild FC-2W2
C/n (msn):130
City / Seaplane Base:Churchill - Seaplane (CJJ7)Map
Region / Country:Manitoba, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Seaplane Base:Churchill - Seaplane (CJJ7)Map
Region / Country:Manitoba, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:445815Submit Correction
View count: 177
Damaged beyond repair on August 9, 1929. Photo from: Library and Archives Canada
Registration / Serial:G-CARJ
Aircraft Version:Fairchild FC-2W2
C/n (msn):130
City / Seaplane Base:Churchill - Seaplane (CJJ7)Map
Region / Country:Manitoba, Canada
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Linköping - Malmen (ESCF)Map
Country:Sweden
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:351708Submit Correction
View count: 546
Tracing it origins back to the British Nieuport Nighthawk fighter, the Grouse sesquiplane led to the Grebe fighter. The sole Grouse, G-EAYN, was converted to a two-seat trainer and sold to Sweden in December 1925 where it was designated Ö3 as an 'exercise' (advanced trainer) type aircraft. It was withdrawn from use in 1929. Photo by: Karl Johan Stenhardt / Östergötlands Museum
Registration / Serial:62
Aircraft Version:Gloster Ö3 Grouse II
C/n (msn):2
Operator Titles:Sweden - Air Force
City / Airport:Linköping - Malmen (ESCF)Map
Country:Sweden
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Linköping - Malmen (ESCF)Map
Country:Sweden
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:351708Submit Correction
View count: 546
Tracing it origins back to the British Nieuport Nighthawk fighter, the Grouse sesquiplane led to the Grebe fighter. The sole Grouse, G-EAYN, was converted to a two-seat trainer and sold to Sweden in December 1925 where it was designated Ö3 as an 'exercise' (advanced trainer) type aircraft. It was withdrawn from use in 1929. Photo by: Karl Johan Stenhardt / Östergötlands Museum
Registration / Serial:62
Aircraft Version:Gloster Ö3 Grouse II
C/n (msn):2
Operator Titles:Sweden - Air Force
City / Airport:Linköping - Malmen (ESCF)Map
Country:Sweden
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Glendale - Grand Central (closed)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
Photo ID:236157Submit Correction
View count: 980
From Western Air Lines archives. Photo from: Civil Aviation Historical Society, Melbourne, Australia
Registration / Serial:NC4458
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.10
C/n (msn):1000
Operator Titles:Western Air Express
City / Airport:Glendale - Grand Central (closed)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
City / Airport:Glendale - Grand Central (closed)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
Photo ID:236157Submit Correction
View count: 980
From Western Air Lines archives. Photo from: Civil Aviation Historical Society, Melbourne, Australia
Registration / Serial:NC4458
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.10
C/n (msn):1000
Operator Titles:Western Air Express
City / Airport:Glendale - Grand Central (closed)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
Registration / Serial:NC486H
Aircraft Original Type:Stinson SM-1 Detroiter
Aircraft Generic Type:Stinson SM-1 Detroiter
Aircraft Version:Stinson SM-1D-300 Detroiter
C/n (msn):M308-1DD
Operator Titles:Transamerican Airlines
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
Photo ID:232383Submit Correction
View count: 407
Photo taken by the father of Joan Lynch. Photo from: Civil Aviation Historical Society, Melbourne, Australia
Registration / Serial:NC486H
Aircraft Version:Stinson SM-1D-300 Detroiter
C/n (msn):M308-1DD
Operator Titles:Transamerican Airlines
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
Registration / Serial:NC486H
Aircraft Original Type:Stinson SM-1 Detroiter
Aircraft Generic Type:Stinson SM-1 Detroiter
Aircraft Version:Stinson SM-1D-300 Detroiter
C/n (msn):M308-1DD
Operator Titles:Transamerican Airlines
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
Photo ID:232383Submit Correction
View count: 407
Photo taken by the father of Joan Lynch. Photo from: Civil Aviation Historical Society, Melbourne, Australia
Registration / Serial:NC486H
Aircraft Version:Stinson SM-1D-300 Detroiter
C/n (msn):M308-1DD
Operator Titles:Transamerican Airlines
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
City / Airport:Wallal Downs (YWAL / WLA)Map
Region / Country:Western Australia, Australia
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:165569Submit Correction
View count: 473
Operated by WA Airways. Became VH-UDZ shortly before the registration was cancelled in 1931. Photo from: National Library of Australia
Registration / Serial:G-AUDZ
Aircraft Version:Bristol Tourer
C/n (msn):6115
City / Airport:Wallal Downs (YWAL / WLA)Map
Region / Country:Western Australia, Australia
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Wallal Downs (YWAL / WLA)Map
Region / Country:Western Australia, Australia
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:165569Submit Correction
View count: 473
Operated by WA Airways. Became VH-UDZ shortly before the registration was cancelled in 1931. Photo from: National Library of Australia
Registration / Serial:G-AUDZ
Aircraft Version:Bristol Tourer
C/n (msn):6115
City / Airport:Wallal Downs (YWAL / WLA)Map
Region / Country:Western Australia, Australia
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:G-AUTL
Aircraft Original Type:De Havilland D.H. 61 Giant Moth
Aircraft Generic Type:De Havilland D.H. 61 Giant Moth
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 61 Giant Moth
C/n (msn):325
Operator Titles:(MacRobertson Miller Airlines - MMA)
Aircraft Name:Old Gold
Location:Not known
Region / Country:South Australia, Australia
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:160160Submit Correction
View count: 476
Name Old Gold is a reference to a product of MacRoberston chocolates, which backed the airline. Coincidentally, VH-UTL (as it had become) was sold to Guinea Airways in Papua New Guinea for use on the gold fields. Certificate of Airworthiness lapsed in 1936. Photo from: National Library of Australia
Registration / Serial:G-AUTL
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 61 Giant Moth
C/n (msn):325
Operator Titles:(MacRobertson Miller Airlines - MMA)
Location:Not known
Region / Country:South Australia, Australia
Photo Date:1928
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:G-AUTL
Aircraft Original Type:De Havilland D.H. 61 Giant Moth
Aircraft Generic Type:De Havilland D.H. 61 Giant Moth
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 61 Giant Moth
C/n (msn):325
Operator Titles:(MacRobertson Miller Airlines - MMA)
Aircraft Name:Old Gold
Location:Not known
Region / Country:South Australia, Australia
Photo Date:1928
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Name Old Gold is a reference to a product of MacRoberston chocolates, which backed the airline. Coincidentally, VH-UTL (as it had become) was sold to Guinea Airways in Papua New Guinea for use on the gold fields. Certificate of Airworthiness lapsed in 1936. Photo from: National Library of Australia
Registration / Serial:G-AUTL
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 61 Giant Moth
C/n (msn):325
Operator Titles:(MacRobertson Miller Airlines - MMA)
Location:Not known
Region / Country:South Australia, Australia
Photo Date:1928
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Registration / Serial:G-AUHX
Aircraft Original Type:Avro 594/616 Avian
Aircraft Generic Type:Avro 594/616 Avian
Aircraft Version:Avro 594 Avian III
C/n (msn):R3/CN/235
City / Airport:Brisbane - International (YBBN / BNE)Map
Region / Country:Queensland, Australia
Photo Date:1928
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Reregistered VH-UHX by August 1930. Registration lapsed in 1936 but was renewed in October 1937. -UHX was withdrawn from use in December 1948 before returning to the register in September the next year. The registration was cancelled for the final time in 1951. Photo from: State Library of Queensland
Registration / Serial:G-AUHX
Aircraft Version:Avro 594 Avian III
C/n (msn):R3/CN/235
City / Airport:Brisbane - International (YBBN / BNE)Map
Region / Country:Queensland, Australia
Photo Date:1928
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Registration / Serial:G-AUHX
Aircraft Original Type:Avro 594/616 Avian
Aircraft Generic Type:Avro 594/616 Avian
Aircraft Version:Avro 594 Avian III
C/n (msn):R3/CN/235
City / Airport:Brisbane - International (YBBN / BNE)Map
Region / Country:Queensland, Australia
Photo Date:1928
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Reregistered VH-UHX by August 1930. Registration lapsed in 1936 but was renewed in October 1937. -UHX was withdrawn from use in December 1948 before returning to the register in September the next year. The registration was cancelled for the final time in 1951. Photo from: State Library of Queensland
Registration / Serial:G-AUHX
Aircraft Version:Avro 594 Avian III
C/n (msn):R3/CN/235
City / Airport:Brisbane - International (YBBN / BNE)Map
Region / Country:Queensland, Australia
Photo Date:1928
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City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1928
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Photo ID:141074Submit Correction
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First flown on 12 March 1927, the F.VIII was a largish airliner designed for KLM's busiest European routes. Baggage could be loaded through the nose. Fokker built this one for Malert in Hungary and Manfréd Weiss in Budapest built them another three. Photo from: Amsterdam City Archives
Registration / Serial:H-MFNA
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.VIIIb
C/n (msn):5079
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1928
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City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1928
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First flown on 12 March 1927, the F.VIII was a largish airliner designed for KLM's busiest European routes. Baggage could be loaded through the nose. Fokker built this one for Malert in Hungary and Manfréd Weiss in Budapest built them another three. Photo from: Amsterdam City Archives
Registration / Serial:H-MFNA
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.VIIIb
C/n (msn):5079
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1928
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