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Repairing Fokker DR1 Wings at the Pioneer Flight Museum
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The wings of a Fokker DR1 replica are being repaired after a rough landing coming into the Old Kingsbury Aerodrome Airport. The engine is being overhauled in the next room and repairs are being made to the fuselage in another hanger. It should be flying again in a few months if not sooner.

Old Kingsbury Aerodrome Airport


Identifier: 85TE
Elevation: 560
Location: N29/38.038 W97/48.685
Runway: 14/32 Grass
Length: 2600 ft.
Caution: Towers on West side of field
Caution: Radio Controlled Model Aircraft Traffic

Website: pioneerflightmuseum.org

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Copyright: Phil Warner
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Загружена: 15/11/2010
Обновлено: 17/09/2014
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