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The Museum of Flight, Great Gallery, Boeing 80A-1, Seattle, WA
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From the Museum of Flight website: “Until the mid-1920s, American commercial airplanes were built for mail, not people. Boeing's Model 80, along with the Ford and Fokker tri-Motors, were a new breed of passenger aircraft. The 80 first flew in August 1928 and was working along Boeing Air Transport's route two weeks later. The 12-passenger Model 80 stayed in service until 1933, when replaced by the all-metal Boeing Model 247.”

Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Hochgeladen: 30/06/2012
Aktualisiert: 03/07/2014
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Tags: seattle; the museum of flight; boeing field; washington; airplanes; aircraft; vintage aircraft; warbirds; boeing 80a-1; curtiss-robertson robin c-1
  • Scott Ellison about 1 year ago
    There's too much crap piled up around it. Something so rare and exquisite should be displayed in its entirety without looking like a bargain basement afterthought.
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