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Grumman G-73 Mallard (VH-CQA)


Beautiful aircraft tragically lost with its dedicated crew recently in Perth Australia


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Bill Bailey
VH-CQA C/N J-35 was not a Frakes Turbine (or Turbo) Mallard, but a stock piston powered airplane with P&W R-1340 radial engines.
ian mcdonellPhoto Uploader
stating the obvious mate
Wayne DAmico
Wayne DAmico
Condolences to the families of the crew.
Barry Petering
This aircraft was first registered in Australia on 26th July 2013. Previously registered in the USA as N611DS
Mark Craig
Aircraft like these used to ferry passengers to and from Long Beach (LGB) and LAX to Catalina island. At Catalina, landed and took off in the ocean. 1950s-1970s
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