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DC-3 at the Helsinki-Malmi (EFHF) airport.

Northwest Flying Inc Beech-18
Northwest Flying Inc. Beech 18 C-KNKL based at Nestor Falls, Ontario Canada is being pushed back from its docks and fires up het engines and takes off from the nearby lake. (June 2009 - filmed by Andre van Loon). For the compleet article check out my website here: http://www.michaelprophet.com/News_articles/OntarioBushPlanetrail.html

Thats one CRAZY BEECH 18!
http://www.Facebook.com/Xrm150 I share great stuff on there! Please let me know what you liked or hated about this video! I read everything! Matt Younkin flys a Twin Beech 18 nice and low during the 2013 Tico Warbird Airshow. Here is some info on the plane straight from their website. The Beech 18 Matt performs (serial number 4383) in was built in 1943 by the Beechcraft Corporation at Wichita, KS. Designated an AT-7C, the airplane was bought new by the United States Army Air Corps and spent the duration of the war as a navigation trainer based at Houston's Ellington Army Air Field. In 1945, the Army transferred ownership to the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) which would later become the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Redesignated a C-18S and registered as N52, the airplane served with the CAA until 1949. The airplane was then reregistered as N59 and served as a VIP transport for the United States Department of Commerce until 1959. The airplane was then reregistered as N9109R and went through several owners including a drop zone and a university before being purchased by Bobby Younkin Airshows, Inc. in 2000. After a complete restoration, N9109R was pressed into airshow service as a replacement for N9729H, Bobby's original aerobatic Beech 18. After Bobby's untimely death in July of 2005, the Beech spent two years in retirement as a static display in Tullahoma, TN. Matt debuted his rendition of Bobby's airshow routine in the famous Beech at Sun-n-Fun 2007. Matt debuted his original night show in the Beech at Sun-n-Fun 2008 and has been performing in the airplane ever since. The Beech 18 is the flagship of Matt's airshow fleet. Matt considers this airplane the most special of the three that he performs in. Bobby first gained national notoriety in his airshow Beech in 1990 and continued performing aerobatics in Beeches for 15 years. Look for airshow appearances in the Beech 18 for many years to come. Wingspan 49 feet 8 inches Length 35 feet 3 inches Height 9 feet 4 inches Powerplant (2) Pratt and Whitney R985 engines (450 hp each) Propeller (2) Hamilton Standard 22D30 (2 blade) Fuel Capacity 198 US Gallons Cruise Speed 200 mph Top Speed 250 mph Stall Speed 80 mph Empty Weight 5400 lbs Gross Weight 8600 lbs Capacity 6 This plane sure does have that classic airplane noise don't you think?

Vintage Air Force Beechcraft 18 Start, Taxi, and Take-off
This vintage royal canadian airforce beech 18 made a fuel stop at the morden regional airport (CJA3) on its way to oshkosh...it was a really interesting plane, and during the startup the second engine backfired after the first starting attempt!

Aero-TV: Matt Younkin - Upholding the Twin Beech Legacy (Part 1)
Matt Younkin Continues to Share the Impossible with Air Show Crowds Next week, nearly 1,600 air show professionals will gather at the International Council of Air Shows Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada. To celebrate the 2009 ICAS Convention, Aero-TV is profiling some of the most extraordinary air show performers weve had the honor to meet over the last year. Matt Younkin is renown for having one of the most astonishing acts in one of the must unique aircraft on the aviation circuit, the Twin Beech 18. The breath-taking aerobatic routine was first perfected and performed by Younkins father, legendary air show performer Bobby Younkin, over 20 years ago. As Bobby Younkin said, An air show act must be unique and original to be successful. People come to air shows to see the impossible take place. Matt Younkins effort to continue that legacy has been nothing short of extraordinary; Younkin spent remarkable time and effort learning the Twin Beech 18 routine after his fathers untimely passing in 2005. The spectacular aerial performance, a mirror image of his fathers routine, continues to electrify crowds across the country, both aviation enthusiasts and aerobatics experts alike. In addition, Younkin now performs the worlds only night aerobatic display in the Beech 18; equipped with 17 spotlights and 13 strobes, the Twin Beech 18 lights up the sky with stunning intensity. Besides the Twin Beech, Younkin also performs several routines featuring both the 1929 Travel Air Mystery Ship and a Super Decathlon. Note: The Aero-News Network would like to extend our prayers and thoughts to Matt and Matts family. We are wishing you a speedy recovery, and we look forward to seeing you on the air show circuit in 2010! Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., All Rights Reserved. FMI: http://www.younkinair.com/, http://www.aero-tv.net, http://www.youtube.com/aerotvnetwork, http://twitter.com/AeroNews

Beech 18 starting
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Beechcraft C-45F Expeditor Flight over NAS Oceana - Beech 18
Flying aboard Hal Ewing's beautiful C-45F Expeditor "CC-696" at the 2012 NAS Oceana Air Show. Based on the Beechcraft Model 18, the C-45 first flew in 1937 and flew with each military branch during WW2. Over 9,000 were built in over 32 variants. The C-45 served as a navigation and bomber/gunner trainer and post-war, as a corporate transport, among other things. Special thanks to Hal Ewing and Captain William Doty and to NAS Oceana Public Affairs Officer Kelley Stirling for making this flight possible. (C)2012 Dan Adams - Jolly Roger Photography All Rights Reserved. Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel on YouTube and FOLLOW me on Twitter @jollyrogerphoto Visit WWW.AVIATIONPHOTOJOURNAL.COM for the BEST in aviation journalism.

Flying rolls with a Beech 18

Beech 18 Low Pass
A Beech 18 makes a low pass at the Ranger AAA Fly-In.

Twin Beech Runs off Runway
A Twin Beech (Beechcraft 18) appears to blow the right tire on takeoff roll, then veers off of the runway into grass. There were no injuries and no damage to the plane. This was at Nut Tree Airport in Vacaville California on September 5, 2009 during the Mustang Days event.

Twin Beech Takeoff
Take off roll and climbout in a RC45J or twin beech

Beech 18 Aerobatics by Matt Younkin at Oshkosh 2011

Buffalo Air PBY-5A Canso
Buffalo Air, Ltd Consolidated PBY-5A Canso C-FPQM (cv-425) fires up both Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92S radial engines at Yellewknife (NWT) airport. (June 1998)

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