Aircraft from Watts Bridge Fly-in

Started May 21, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Aircraft from Watts Bridge Fly-in
In reply to jok1000, May 21, 2012

These are wonderful! Our season starts in a week or so ... I'm eager!

If it would be helpful to you, the plane's identification should be available in an online database someplace keyed by the letters/numbers on the fuselage or tail. Usually, I just Google the letters/numbers and the search results will lead me to the right databases. In the US, I usually get quite a few search results leading to different sites.

For example, the red twin biplane is a de Havilland D.H.84 Dragon II, made in about 1934 and flown by a predecessor to Queensland Airways.

Took me less than a minute to do the search and read the data. See? Easy!

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