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Click here to go to a website with a kewl Quicktime move of the largest seaplane in the
world dump a load of water. The last two Martin Mars flying boats are based about 100
miles northwest of where I am sitting.
- More pictures of Boeing AST
- This plane has been based at Boeing Field for several years.
I've heard that it is a Star Wars testbed with a laser gun in
it, I've heard that it is a photo plane which takes pictures
of satellites. I've been informed that it is a part of missile
testing flying to Kwajalein to photograph incoming missiles launched
from California. Going to this page requires some scrolling because
these pictures are large.
- The Seattle Flight Museum, Seattle, Washington
- You know you're getting old when the plane you started your
flying career in is in the museum. Yes, there is also a flyable
Boeing Tri Motor in this museum. Going to this page requires
scrolling. The pictures are full size and haven't been made smaller
to fit your screen.
- Aviation Stories
- This is a collection of aviation stories I think are interesting.
- Miraculous Aerial Rescue Of Injured Climbers On Mt Rainier
- READ THIS AMAZING TRUE STORY. It may give you goose bumps.
- Flying Clubs in Washington State
- A list of flying clubs in Washington State. This could be
a good way to fly.
- Aviation Museums in Washington State
- There are several fine aviation museums
in Washington State and we will list the all here beginning with
museums which have websites.
- Northwest Aviators
- Personal Non-Commercial Web Pages of Washington State Aviators.
Add a link to your Washington State Aviation Webpage.
- Martin Mars, World's Largest Operational Seaplane
- The Martin Mars on a Lake on Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada, less than 100 miles from my home. This plane and its sister plane, are used to fight forest fires.
- Lake Washington
- Lake Washington is on the east side of Seattle. There are
major seaplane bases at Kenmore (Kenmore Air Harbor) at the north
end of Lake Washington and Renton (Renton Airport) on the south
end of Lake Washington. My page has a formation take off of 4
DeHavilland Beaver Seaplanes.
- Lake Union, Seattle, Washington
- Adjacent to downtown Seattle. The place I took my very first
flying lesson in a Taylorcraft on pontoons at Kurtzer's. Now
home to several seaplanes and a terminal for Kenmore Air Harbor's
flights to the San Juan Islands, Victoria, B.C., and points north.
- Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington
- Home of the world's premier jumbo jet company and the Seattle
- Paine Field, Everett, Washington
- Where Boeing 747s and 777s are born and location of the largest
building in the world. Also, planes bound for the Seattle Flight
Museum are prepped here.
- Kenmore Air Harbor,
- The Largest Seaplane Base in the World with tons of DeHavilland
Beavers, Otters, Cessnas and other seaplanes.
- Air Traffic Control Center, Kent, WA
- Miles from the nearest airport, this radar center is extremely
- Renton Airport, Renton, WA
- Where the most popular jet liner in the world is born. The
737 is built here and Boeing's first factory was here.
- NAS Whidbey Island Past Airshow Pictures
- The Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Air Show is one of the finest in the Northwest. Now that Paine Field's Air Show is gone, this is the closest big Air Show around Shoreline. The unlimited hydro plane races on Lake Washington have a great Air Show, but you can't walk around the planes and get near them.
- Boeing Osprey
- The Boeing VTOL craft built for the Marines. I personally enjoy the technology, but don't think this is a practical aircraft. I believe it is so inherently dangerous, that it won't really make a mark in military aviation.
I'm looking for pictures of weird looking and ugly aircraft. If you have any links to sites with airplanes like that, I would appreciate your sharing them with me. Attach them to e-mail to me at email@example.com.
This is a page with about 160 Links to other sites including
about 30 links to seaplane pages, to NASA's photo gallery and
120 links to aviation sites in Sweden.
|This is a page with about 160 Links to other sites including about 30 links to seaplane pages, to NASA's photo gallery and 120 links to aviation sites in Sweden.|
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