Grumman Amphibious Aircraft - Cars show
A remake of the legendary Grumman Goose that ferried the likes of Hemingway and MacArthur in a long ago era, the new Super Goose was built using the original Goose’s FAA type certificates, engineering drawings and sketches, melding classic design with modern technology. Stronger, faster and more flexible than the original, the turboprop engines rugged …
Versatile Multi-Terrain Aircrafts
Alpina Concept Aircraft - The ‘Alpina’ concept aircraft has been designed as a versatile transportation solution that aims to bring about a more convenient flyin...
Cessna 210 Centurion
The Cessna 210 Centurion: Arguably the best high performance single ever produced I gradually reduce power, followed by a stroke of nose down trim and begin a gentle bank angle that starts almost imperceptibly but gradually
Aviation Photo #2361300: Beech (Hamilton) Westwind III (18) - Keewatin Air
Built in the '40s for the US Navy as 51132. Hamilton Aircraft converted it to a Westwind III for Maxton Aviation of Alaska in 1975. An E18S cockpit and high cabin from C-FIKM were added for Keewatin Air. Sold in 1989 to K&K Aviation. - Photo taken at Winnipeg - James Armstrong Richardson International (Stevenson) (YWG / CYWG) in Manitoba, Canada in April, 1986.
Aviation Photo #2694064: Blackshape Prime - Untitled
This beauty was just one year old when it was destroyed during a landing accident on the 1st of August 2015. Luckily both pilots escaped unhurt. - Photo taken at In Flight in Portugal on January 17, 2015.
Aviation Photo #2260288: Cessna 337 Super Skymaster - Untitled
Barossa Air Show Rowland Flat 2013 - Jeff Morgan and the two boys leave YRWF in his Cessna 337 Skymaster. During the day’s proceedings, Jeff provided a spectacular handling display for the spectators including several high speed low level passes. It is indeed one of my favourite aircraft. - Photo taken at Rowland Flat (YRWF) in South Australia, Australia on April 14, 2013.