Landing at Logan (BOS)
Biplane takes off at the Kingsbury Fall Fly-in in Kingsbury, Texas. The Meyers OTW (Out To Win) was a 1930s United States training biplane designed by Allen Meyers and built by his Meyers Aircraft Company. This one takes off at the Kingsbury Fly In in Kingsbury Texas.
The Junkers Ju 52 was a German trimotor transport aircraft manufactured from 1932 to 1945. This one flies over over Neuschwanstein castle in Bavaria.
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress. This one is owned by the Collings Foundation and offers flights on its Wings of Freedom Tour. Got to fly in this one a couple of years ago on their Austin stop.
The Stearman (Boeing) Model 75 is a biplane used as a military trainer aircraft, of which at least 8,584 were built in the United States during the 1930s and 1940s. 1942 BOEING PT-13D
Kingsbury Flying Circus takes off
The Curtiss Canuck was a variant of the Curtiss Jenny that was built in Canada. The Canadian JN-4 evolved from the JN-3, but did so independently of the Curtiss-built JN-4.
1941 Meyers OTW
The Meyers OTW (Out To Win) was a 1930s United States training biplane designed by Allen Meyers and built by his Meyers Aircraft Company. This one takes off at the Kingsbury Fly In in Kingsbury Texas.
Here is the Oracle Challenger III biplane flown by Sean D. Tucker in mid-roll at ground level at the 2013 Salinas Airshow. Tucker's airplane is claimed to produce more than 400 horsepower, and weighs only 1,200 pounds. The Challenger III is equipped with a unique set of wings that use 8 ailerons instead of 4.
Two seater P-51C Mustang trainer belonging to the Collings Foundation. TP-51C "Betty Jane"
Air Force One lands in Austin.
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