14 results found
Registration / Serial:NR536V
Other Marks:92
Aircraft Original Type:Wedell-Williams 44
Aircraft Generic Type:Wedell-Williams 44
Aircraft Version:Wedell-Williams 44
C/n (msn):104
Operator / Titles:Wedell-Williams Air Service
City / Airport:Saint Louis - Lambert-Saint Louis International (KSTL / STL)Map
Region / Country:Missouri, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:363278Submit Correction
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The Wedell-Williams 44 was a successful racing aircraft of the early 1930s. NR536V was piloted by both Jim Haizlip and his wife May, then the fastest woman in the world. They were based in St Louis where the photo should have been taken. The other Model 44 is NR61Y/121, the Gilmore Red Lion of Roscoe Turner. Photo by: Charles Trefts / State Historical Society of Missouri
Registration / Serial:NR536V
Aircraft Version:Wedell-Williams 44
C/n (msn):104
Operator / Titles:Wedell-Williams Air Service
City / Airport:Saint Louis - Lambert-Saint Louis International (KSTL / STL)Map
Region / Country:Missouri, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:NR536V
Other Marks:92
Aircraft Original Type:Wedell-Williams 44
Aircraft Generic Type:Wedell-Williams 44
Aircraft Version:Wedell-Williams 44
C/n (msn):104
Operator / Titles:Wedell-Williams Air Service
City / Airport:Saint Louis - Lambert-Saint Louis International (KSTL / STL)Map
Region / Country:Missouri, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:363278Submit Correction
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The Wedell-Williams 44 was a successful racing aircraft of the early 1930s. NR536V was piloted by both Jim Haizlip and his wife May, then the fastest woman in the world. They were based in St Louis where the photo should have been taken. The other Model 44 is NR61Y/121, the Gilmore Red Lion of Roscoe Turner. Photo by: Charles Trefts / State Historical Society of Missouri
Registration / Serial:NR536V
Aircraft Version:Wedell-Williams 44
C/n (msn):104
Operator / Titles:Wedell-Williams Air Service
City / Airport:Saint Louis - Lambert-Saint Louis International (KSTL / STL)Map
Region / Country:Missouri, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:351894Submit Correction
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The last of eight G31s for Lufthansa, built in 1930. Fitted with Hornet engines in 1931. Later D-ADUR. On the left is Rohrbach Ro VIII Roland D-1327 Hohentwiel, also of Lufthansa. Photo from: Amsterdam City Archives
Registration / Serial:D-1786
Aircraft Version:Junkers G31fo
C/n (msn):3009
Operator / Titles:Deutsche Luft Hansa
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
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Photo ID:351894Submit Correction
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The last of eight G31s for Lufthansa, built in 1930. Fitted with Hornet engines in 1931. Later D-ADUR. On the left is Rohrbach Ro VIII Roland D-1327 Hohentwiel, also of Lufthansa. Photo from: Amsterdam City Archives
Registration / Serial:D-1786
Aircraft Version:Junkers G31fo
C/n (msn):3009
Operator / Titles:Deutsche Luft Hansa
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:G-ABVF
Aircraft Original Type:Saunders-Roe A.17 Cutty Sark
Aircraft Generic Type:Saunders-Roe A.17 Cutty Sark
Aircraft Version:Saro A.17 Cutty Sark
C/n (msn):A17/9
Aircraft Name:Hochi
Location:Not known
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Photo ID:343350Submit Correction
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Seiji Yoshihara in the cockpit of his Saro A.17 Cutty Sark, the only example built with a single engine, in San Francisco Bay. It appears that Yoshihara intended to fly this aircraft solo across the Pacific from the USA to Japan, but it crashed at Oakland. Details are hard to find. In 1930, Yoshihara flew a Junkers A50 Junior from Berlin to Tokyo and in 1931, he attempted a Pacific crossing in a float-equipped Junior, J-BENB, but crashed it off Hokkaido.
Registration / Serial:G-ABVF
Aircraft Version:Saro A.17 Cutty Sark
C/n (msn):A17/9
Location:Not known
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:G-ABVF
Aircraft Original Type:Saunders-Roe A.17 Cutty Sark
Aircraft Generic Type:Saunders-Roe A.17 Cutty Sark
Aircraft Version:Saro A.17 Cutty Sark
C/n (msn):A17/9
Aircraft Name:Hochi
Location:Not known
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Photo ID:343350Submit Correction
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Seiji Yoshihara in the cockpit of his Saro A.17 Cutty Sark, the only example built with a single engine, in San Francisco Bay. It appears that Yoshihara intended to fly this aircraft solo across the Pacific from the USA to Japan, but it crashed at Oakland. Details are hard to find. In 1930, Yoshihara flew a Junkers A50 Junior from Berlin to Tokyo and in 1931, he attempted a Pacific crossing in a float-equipped Junior, J-BENB, but crashed it off Hokkaido.
Registration / Serial:G-ABVF
Aircraft Version:Saro A.17 Cutty Sark
C/n (msn):A17/9
Location:Not known
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:G-ABLU
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker F.VII
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker F.VII
Aircraft Version:Avro 618 Ten
Licence-built by:Avro
C/n (msn):528
Operator / Titles:Imperial Airways / Iraq Petroleum Transport Company
Aircraft Name:Apollo
City / Airport:Ramla (closed)Map
Country:Israel
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:336924Submit Correction
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'Refuelling at Ramla.' Roger Mollard with his Avro Ten, a licence-built Fokker F.VIIb/3m. Aircraft returned by the Iraq Petroleum Transport Company to regular Imperial Airways service in 1933. Hit a tall VLF radio mast at Ruiselede, Belgium on 30 December 1933 and all ten people on board were killed. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / Serial:G-ABLU
Aircraft Version:Avro 618 Ten
C/n (msn):528
Operator / Titles:Imperial Airways / Iraq Petroleum Transport Company
City / Airport:Ramla (closed)Map
Country:Israel
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:G-ABLU
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker F.VII
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker F.VII
Aircraft Version:Avro 618 Ten
Licence-built by:Avro
C/n (msn):528
Operator / Titles:Imperial Airways / Iraq Petroleum Transport Company
Aircraft Name:Apollo
City / Airport:Ramla (closed)Map
Country:Israel
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:336924Submit Correction
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'Refuelling at Ramla.' Roger Mollard with his Avro Ten, a licence-built Fokker F.VIIb/3m. Aircraft returned by the Iraq Petroleum Transport Company to regular Imperial Airways service in 1933. Hit a tall VLF radio mast at Ruiselede, Belgium on 30 December 1933 and all ten people on board were killed. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / Serial:G-ABLU
Aircraft Version:Avro 618 Ten
C/n (msn):528
Operator / Titles:Imperial Airways / Iraq Petroleum Transport Company
City / Airport:Ramla (closed)Map
Country:Israel
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Photo ID:291928Submit Correction
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14 Fokker D.XVI's (275 - 288) were delivered, of which the first few aircraft had a Jaguar engine. They were troublesome engines which often caused problems and the need for a revision well before the indicated maximum flight hours of the engine. 277 was equipped with a Panther engine in July 1932 and set an altitude record (9587 m / 31,453 ft) in June 1932. In 1935 the aircraft was equipped with a different Panther engine and a three-bladed prop (with no armament). The aircraft was eventually taken by the Germans at Texel. The pilot here is Gerhard Sandberg.
Registration / Serial:277
Aircraft Version:Fokker D.XVI
C/n (msn):5272
Operator / Titles:Netherlands - Air Force
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Photo ID:291928Submit Correction
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14 Fokker D.XVI's (275 - 288) were delivered, of which the first few aircraft had a Jaguar engine. They were troublesome engines which often caused problems and the need for a revision well before the indicated maximum flight hours of the engine. 277 was equipped with a Panther engine in July 1932 and set an altitude record (9587 m / 31,453 ft) in June 1932. In 1935 the aircraft was equipped with a different Panther engine and a three-bladed prop (with no armament). The aircraft was eventually taken by the Germans at Texel. The pilot here is Gerhard Sandberg.
Registration / Serial:277
Aircraft Version:Fokker D.XVI
C/n (msn):5272
Operator / Titles:Netherlands - Air Force
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:234230Submit Correction
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Hangar C at Schiphol was used as a night shelter for visiting aircraft. Supposedly named Svealand, the ABA G24 crashed at Tubbergen, Holland on 31 August 1932. Behind the tail of the Farman F.170 Jabiru F-AIDT there appears to be an old Fokker F.III, D-716. There are four more Lufthansa aircraft: three Rohrbach Ro VIII Rolands, D-1712, D-1692 and D-1314, and a Focke-Wulf A 17, D-1388. The Czechoslovak Fokker F.VIIb/3m would appear to be OK-ABT, which was not registered until March 1932; however, the Jabiru is listed as destroyed in October 1931. Photo from: Amsterdam City Archives
Registration / Serial:SE-AAE
Aircraft Version:Junkers G24me
C/n (msn):836
Operator / Titles:AB Aerotransport - ABA
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:234230Submit Correction
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Hangar C at Schiphol was used as a night shelter for visiting aircraft. Supposedly named Svealand, the ABA G24 crashed at Tubbergen, Holland on 31 August 1932. Behind the tail of the Farman F.170 Jabiru F-AIDT there appears to be an old Fokker F.III, D-716. There are four more Lufthansa aircraft: three Rohrbach Ro VIII Rolands, D-1712, D-1692 and D-1314, and a Focke-Wulf A 17, D-1388. The Czechoslovak Fokker F.VIIb/3m would appear to be OK-ABT, which was not registered until March 1932; however, the Jabiru is listed as destroyed in October 1931. Photo from: Amsterdam City Archives
Registration / Serial:SE-AAE
Aircraft Version:Junkers G24me
C/n (msn):836
Operator / Titles:AB Aerotransport - ABA
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:234028Submit Correction
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This S.II side-by-seat trainer was converted to an ambulance aircraft in 1931. It was fitted with a Lynx engine, hence the L below the tailplane. Photo from: Nederlands Instituut voor Militaire Historie
Registration / Serial:94
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.IIA
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Netherlands - Air Force
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:234028Submit Correction
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This S.II side-by-seat trainer was converted to an ambulance aircraft in 1931. It was fitted with a Lynx engine, hence the L below the tailplane. Photo from: Nederlands Instituut voor Militaire Historie
Registration / Serial:94
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.IIA
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Netherlands - Air Force
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:NC13211
Aircraft Original Type:Consolidated Fleetster
Aircraft Generic Type:Consolidated Fleetster
Aircraft Version:Consolidated 20-A Fleetster
C/n (msn):4
Operator / Titles:TWA - Transcontinental and Western Air
City / Airport:Buffalo - Niagara International (KBUF / BUF)Map
Region / Country:New York, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
Photo ID:233684Submit Correction
View count: 309
Photo from: Civil Aviation Historical Society, Melbourne, Australia
Registration / Serial:NC13211
Aircraft Version:Consolidated 20-A Fleetster
C/n (msn):4
Operator / Titles:TWA - Transcontinental and Western Air
City / Airport:Buffalo - Niagara International (KBUF / BUF)Map
Region / Country:New York, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
Registration / Serial:NC13211
Aircraft Original Type:Consolidated Fleetster
Aircraft Generic Type:Consolidated Fleetster
Aircraft Version:Consolidated 20-A Fleetster
C/n (msn):4
Operator / Titles:TWA - Transcontinental and Western Air
City / Airport:Buffalo - Niagara International (KBUF / BUF)Map
Region / Country:New York, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
Photo ID:233684Submit Correction
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Photo from: Civil Aviation Historical Society, Melbourne, Australia
Registration / Serial:NC13211
Aircraft Version:Consolidated 20-A Fleetster
C/n (msn):4
Operator / Titles:TWA - Transcontinental and Western Air
City / Airport:Buffalo - Niagara International (KBUF / BUF)Map
Region / Country:New York, United States
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Ed Coates Collection / CAHSContact
Registration / Serial:VH-UER
Aircraft Original Type:de Havilland D.H. 50
Aircraft Generic Type:de Havilland D.H. 50
Aircraft Version:de Havilland D.H. 50A
C/n (msn):116
Operator / Titles:Australian Inland Mission / Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Queensland, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:174566Submit Correction
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One of the most important aircraft in Australian aviation history, VH-UER was the first air ambulance. It graces the Australian $20 note along with a portrait of John Flynn, the founder of an air ambulance service in outback Queensland that evolved into the Royal Flying Doctor Service. -UER was sold in 1934 and wrecked when it ditched near Caloundra on December 8, 1935. Photo from: National Library of Australia
Registration / Serial:VH-UER
Aircraft Version:de Havilland D.H. 50A
C/n (msn):116
Operator / Titles:Australian Inland Mission / Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Queensland, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:VH-UER
Aircraft Original Type:de Havilland D.H. 50
Aircraft Generic Type:de Havilland D.H. 50
Aircraft Version:de Havilland D.H. 50A
C/n (msn):116
Operator / Titles:Australian Inland Mission / Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Queensland, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:174566Submit Correction
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One of the most important aircraft in Australian aviation history, VH-UER was the first air ambulance. It graces the Australian $20 note along with a portrait of John Flynn, the founder of an air ambulance service in outback Queensland that evolved into the Royal Flying Doctor Service. -UER was sold in 1934 and wrecked when it ditched near Caloundra on December 8, 1935. Photo from: National Library of Australia
Registration / Serial:VH-UER
Aircraft Version:de Havilland D.H. 50A
C/n (msn):116
Operator / Titles:Australian Inland Mission / Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Queensland, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Location:In Flight
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:136137Submit Correction
View count: 340
The second of the two Junkers G38s, photographed in flight near Dresden. The largest landplane in the world for some time, the G38 must have provided a fantastic view for the lucky passengers seated in the blended wing. D-2500, later D-APIS, entered Lufthansa service on 1 July 1932. It was eventually used by the Luftwaffe as a transport and destroyed in an air raid in Athens on 17 May 1941. Photo by: Walter Hahn / SLUB / Deutsche Fotothek
Registration / Serial:D-2500
Aircraft Version:Junkers G38ce
C/n (msn):3302
Operator / Titles:Deutsche Luft Hansa
Location:In Flight
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Location:In Flight
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:136137Submit Correction
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The second of the two Junkers G38s, photographed in flight near Dresden. The largest landplane in the world for some time, the G38 must have provided a fantastic view for the lucky passengers seated in the blended wing. D-2500, later D-APIS, entered Lufthansa service on 1 July 1932. It was eventually used by the Luftwaffe as a transport and destroyed in an air raid in Athens on 17 May 1941. Photo by: Walter Hahn / SLUB / Deutsche Fotothek
Registration / Serial:D-2500
Aircraft Version:Junkers G38ce
C/n (msn):3302
Operator / Titles:Deutsche Luft Hansa
Location:In Flight
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:135194Submit Correction
View count: 186
The Pander E was a sport and training sesquiplane first flown in 1926. PH-AFN was owned by Co van Tijen, export manager of Van Houten's chocolate factory. He flew solo to the Netherlands East Indies in this light aircraft, Adelaar (eagle) in 1930. He became general manager at Fokker in 1935. Photo from: Amsterdam City Archives
Registration / Serial:PH-AFN
Aircraft Version:Pander EG-100
C/n (msn):35
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:135194Submit Correction
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The Pander E was a sport and training sesquiplane first flown in 1926. PH-AFN was owned by Co van Tijen, export manager of Van Houten's chocolate factory. He flew solo to the Netherlands East Indies in this light aircraft, Adelaar (eagle) in 1930. He became general manager at Fokker in 1935. Photo from: Amsterdam City Archives
Registration / Serial:PH-AFN
Aircraft Version:Pander EG-100
C/n (msn):35
City / Airport:Amsterdam - Schiphol (EHAM / AMS)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Sydney - Kingsford Smith International (YSSY / SYD)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
Photo ID:121472Submit Correction
View count: 189
Printed from a glass plate neg. VH-UMG approaching the then Mascot aerodrome from the north, the background dominated by the chimneys of the many brickworks in the St Peters area. On the horizon can be discerned the arch of the newly finished Sydney Harbour Bridge, a view long since lost behind high-rise apartments and office towers
Registration / Serial:VH-UMG
Aircraft Version:Avro 618 Ten
C/n (msn):230
City / Airport:Sydney - Kingsford Smith International (YSSY / SYD)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
City / Airport:Sydney - Kingsford Smith International (YSSY / SYD)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
Photo ID:121472Submit Correction
View count: 189
Printed from a glass plate neg. VH-UMG approaching the then Mascot aerodrome from the north, the background dominated by the chimneys of the many brickworks in the St Peters area. On the horizon can be discerned the arch of the newly finished Sydney Harbour Bridge, a view long since lost behind high-rise apartments and office towers
Registration / Serial:VH-UMG
Aircraft Version:Avro 618 Ten
C/n (msn):230
City / Airport:Sydney - Kingsford Smith International (YSSY / SYD)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
City / Airport:Dübendorf (LSMD)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:RAScholefield CollectionContact
Photo ID:13673Submit Correction
View count: 145
The first of two Orion 9B's delivered to Swissair in 1932. These were the fastest airliners of the day - 195 mph cruise for 580 miles with a 575 hp Wright Cyclone and retractable u/c. 6/8 passengers. The cockpit cover is in the open position. Painted red overall. From Swissair 60 years ago.
Registration / Serial:CH-168
Aircraft Version:Lockheed 9B Orion
C/n (msn):190
Operator / Titles:Swissair
City / Airport:Dübendorf (LSMD)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:RAScholefield CollectionContact
City / Airport:Dübendorf (LSMD)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:RAScholefield CollectionContact
Photo ID:13673Submit Correction
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The first of two Orion 9B's delivered to Swissair in 1932. These were the fastest airliners of the day - 195 mph cruise for 580 miles with a 575 hp Wright Cyclone and retractable u/c. 6/8 passengers. The cockpit cover is in the open position. Painted red overall. From Swissair 60 years ago.
Registration / Serial:CH-168
Aircraft Version:Lockheed 9B Orion
C/n (msn):190
Operator / Titles:Swissair
City / Airport:Dübendorf (LSMD)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:RAScholefield CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:VH-UFR
Other Marks:6
Aircraft Original Type:De Havilland D.H. 60 Moth
Aircraft Generic Type:De Havilland D.H. 60 Moth
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 60 Moth
C/n (msn):351
Operator / Titles:Australian Aero Club
City / Airport:Liverpool - Hargrave Park (closed)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:RAScholefield CollectionContact
Photo ID:12030Submit Correction
View count: 115
Two Cirrus Moths from Brisbane competing in the NSW Aerial Derby at the prewar Hargrave Park aerodrome near Sydney. No. 6 VH-UFR just beats No. 5 VH-UAV (c/n 369) at the finish. From DH A/c 60 years ago.
Registration / Serial:VH-UFR
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 60 Moth
C/n (msn):351
Operator / Titles:Australian Aero Club
City / Airport:Liverpool - Hargrave Park (closed)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:RAScholefield CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:VH-UFR
Other Marks:6
Aircraft Original Type:De Havilland D.H. 60 Moth
Aircraft Generic Type:De Havilland D.H. 60 Moth
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 60 Moth
C/n (msn):351
Operator / Titles:Australian Aero Club
City / Airport:Liverpool - Hargrave Park (closed)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:RAScholefield CollectionContact
Photo ID:12030Submit Correction
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Two Cirrus Moths from Brisbane competing in the NSW Aerial Derby at the prewar Hargrave Park aerodrome near Sydney. No. 6 VH-UFR just beats No. 5 VH-UAV (c/n 369) at the finish. From DH A/c 60 years ago.
Registration / Serial:VH-UFR
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 60 Moth
C/n (msn):351
Operator / Titles:Australian Aero Club
City / Airport:Liverpool - Hargrave Park (closed)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:1932
Photo from:RAScholefield CollectionContact