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N620L

1996 Performance Aircraft Legend C/N 001

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Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Performance Aircraft
Model:Legend    Search all Performance Aircraft Legend
Year built:1996
Construction Number (C/N):001
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing single engine
Number of Seats:2
Number of Engines:1
Engine Type:Reciprocating
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Walter 601D

Aircraft

Registration Number:N620L
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A81737
Certification Class:Experimental
Certification Issued:2007-08-22
Air Worthiness Test:2002-03-28
Last Action Taken:2007-08-22
Current Status:Valid

Owner

Registration Type:Corporation
Owner:Johnron Aviation Llc
Address:Wilmington, DE 19810
United States
Region:Eastern
N620L

1944 Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress C/N 44-85840

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Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Boeing
Model:B-17G Flying Fortress    Search all Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress
Year built:1944
Construction Number (C/N):44-85840
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:36
Number of Engines:4
Engine Type:Reciprocating

Aircraft

Registration Number:N620L
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A81737
Certification Issued:1970-04-21
Current Status:Deregistered
Registration Cancel Date:1973-10-01

Owner

Registration Type:Corporation
Owner:AIRCRAFT SPECIALTIES INC
Address:Mesa, AZ 85205
Region:Western-Pacific

User Comments

Peter Nicholson, 2012-09-20 12:35:15
 This Aviation Specialties B-17G Flying Fortress crashed while working at low altitude fighting a range fire in Diamond Valley, near Elko, Nevada on July 12, 1973. The aircraft, tanker #54, was destroyed and, sadly, both the pilot and co-pilot were killed.
Peter Nicholson, 2012-09-20 12:35:15
 This Aviation Specialties B-17G Flying Fortress crashed while working at low altitude fighting a range fire in Diamond Valley, near Elko, Nevada on July 12, 1973. The aircraft, tanker #54, was destroyed and, sadly, both the pilot and co-pilot were killed.