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Twin Beech 18 crazy twist Built in 1943 by the Beechcraft Corporation in Wichita, Kansas. Bought new by the United States Army Air Corps and severed as a navigation trainer and then served in the Civil Aeronautics Administration as VIP transport until

Nissan lead designer Ken Lee shared with me that airplane design (especially vintage) was a big inspiration to him in the design for the #newmurano #nissannyias #sponsored (as well as the optimism of blue skies….)

Flying in a Bush Plane (USA). 'The Alaskan bush plane really can get you there from here. But dropping off adventurers into the remotest corners of the state is only half of what these remarkable craft can do. They can land you on a glacier 7200ft above sea level, circle an area that’s a mere ball toss away from the highest peak on the continent, and give a live satellite view of the top of the world.'

British-made De Havilland Vampire was the first fighter plane to exceed 500mph, and the first to takeoff and land on an aircraft carrier (in 1945).