Aircraft N121H Data

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1970 McKinnon G21E C/N 1211

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Latest photos of N121H
  • N121H - Ni21H at New Orleans Lakefront Airport April, 1972 - by John P. Daniel, Jr. by John P. Daniel, Jr.
  • N121H @ DPA - The aircraft crashed on take-off on 6/13/95.  The two on board were my friends. - by Glenn E. Chatfield by Glenn E. Chatfield @ DPA
  • N121H @ DPA - This plane was given to the RCAF as a gift during WWII, serving then as Goose Mk.2 1013.  A couple decades later it was converted to the McKiinnon turbo-prop.  On 6/13/95 this aircraft suffered a fatal crash and was destroyed. - by Glenn E. Chatfield by Glenn E. Chatfield @ DPA
  • N121H @ NEW - Modified Grumman Goose destroyed 1995 - NTSB report - - by Zane Adams by Zane Adams @ NEW

Airframe Info

Model:G21E    Search all McKinnon G21E
Year built:1970
Construction Number (C/N):1211
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:9
Number of Engines:2
Engine Type:Turbo-prop
Engine Manufacturer and Model:P&w Canada PT6A-27


Registration Number:N121H
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A05818
Certification Class:Standard
Certification Issued:1994-09-09
Air Worthiness Test:1970-05-05
Last Action Taken:2000-09-29
Current Status:Undel Tri


Registration Type:Corporation
Owner:Stallion Aircraft Inc
Address:Bensenville, IL 60106
United States
Region:Great Lakes

User Comments

Steve Nimbar, 2005-09-14 00:00:00
 Aircraft crashed and distroyed 1995
2 fatal
Dave Marion, 2012-03-21 06:39:18
 N121H was a 1938 (actually) Grumman G-21A (s/n 1013) that was converted by McKinnon and re-certified under TC 4A24 as a "new" McKinnon G-21E in May 1970. It was the last Goose conversion done actually by McKinnon. Antilles Seaplanes LLC is the current owner of TC 4A24.