Aircraft 42-31983 Data

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42-31983
Mary Alice

1942 Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress C/N 32376

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  • 42-31983 @ EGSU - B-17G-95-DL on display at the American Air Museum Duxford. Now carries its true identity 44-83735 on the fin and no nose art (following its 2011/2012 restoration), but was formerly painted as 42-31983 'Mary Alice'. - by Arjun Sarup by Arjun Sarup @ EGSU
  • 42-31983 @ QFO - at Duxford - by Volker Hilpert by Volker Hilpert @ QFO
  • 42-31983 @ EGSU - Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford in 1994. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ EGSU
  • 42-31983 @ EGSU - Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford in 1994. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ EGSU

Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Boeing
Model:B-17G Flying Fortress    Search all Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress
Year built:1942
Construction Number (C/N):32376
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:10
Number of Engines:4
Engine Type:Reciprocating
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Pratt & Whitney R-1820-97
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Aircraft

Registration Number:42-31983
Alternative Code/Name:Mary Alice
Current Status:Preserved

Owner

Owner:Imperial War Museum Duxford
Address:,
United Kingdom

User Comments

Admin, 2011-05-18 07:02:00
 Flying Fortress in American Air Museum is marked as 51 air-raid veteran B-17G-35-BO, serial 42-31983, IY-G „Mary Alice“ from 615th BS / 401st BG based during World War 2 at Deenethorpe RAF station. But originally it is B-17G-95-DL, serial nr. 44-83735, which enjoyed a long civil career, first-time as NL68269 in 1947 with Transocean Airlines, Oakland, California and last-time as F-BDRS of Institut Geographic National of France at Creil. Into Imperial War Museum collection arrived in 1975.