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City / Airport:Paris - Le Bourget (LFPB / LBG)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:September 1934
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Photo ID:338802Submit Correction
View count: 98
According to some sources, the IAR-23 touring aircraft was originally conceived as a fighter. The sole example was used by Gheorghe B─ânciulescu, a pilot who had both his legs amputated after a crash in 1926. He made a Bucharest - Vienna - Paris flight in 8 hours and 40 minutes and it looks like the photo was taken at Le Bourget.
Registration / Serial:YR-IAR
Aircraft Version:IAR IAR-23
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Paris - Le Bourget (LFPB / LBG)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:September 1934
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
City / Airport:Paris - Le Bourget (LFPB / LBG)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:September 1934
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Photo ID:338802Submit Correction
View count: 98
According to some sources, the IAR-23 touring aircraft was originally conceived as a fighter. The sole example was used by Gheorghe B─ânciulescu, a pilot who had both his legs amputated after a crash in 1926. He made a Bucharest - Vienna - Paris flight in 8 hours and 40 minutes and it looks like the photo was taken at Le Bourget.
Registration / Serial:YR-IAR
Aircraft Version:IAR IAR-23
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Paris - Le Bourget (LFPB / LBG)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:September 1934
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:September 1934
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:141988Submit Correction
View count: 189
Famous racing pilot 'Colonel' Roscoe Turner borrowed the first Boeing 247D from United Airlines for his participation in the MacRobertson Air Race. It is seen here over the USA already wearing race number 5. The number 57, referring to Heinz's 57 ketchup varieties, and the name Warner Bros. Comet were added to please Turner's sponsors. Photo from: San Diego Air & Space Museum
Registration / Serial:NR257Y
Aircraft Version:Boeing 247D
C/n (msn):1953
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:September 1934
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:September 1934
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:141988Submit Correction
View count: 189
Famous racing pilot 'Colonel' Roscoe Turner borrowed the first Boeing 247D from United Airlines for his participation in the MacRobertson Air Race. It is seen here over the USA already wearing race number 5. The number 57, referring to Heinz's 57 ketchup varieties, and the name Warner Bros. Comet were added to please Turner's sponsors. Photo from: San Diego Air & Space Museum
Registration / Serial:NR257Y
Aircraft Version:Boeing 247D
C/n (msn):1953
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:September 1934
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive