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Canadair CL-1 Catalina (G-PBYA)

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A 1943 Consolidated Catalina PBV-1A, S/N RCAF11005, wearing “Miss Pick-up” nose art, seen on display at the Duxford Imperial War Museum Autumn Air Show on 12 Oct 2012.

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Francisco Lugo
Magnificent photography. This seaplane designed in the 1930s by the US company Consolidated Aircraft. This aircraft transformed the patrolling capacity of the United States Navy and was one of the most widely used multipurpose airplanes during World War II. It was also known as Consolidated PBY Catalina and used for convoy escort, antisubmarine war and search and rescue missions.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
15-Oct-2020 UnknownDuxford ()Near Inverness, Scotland 12:58PM BST Last seen 04:08PM BST 3:09
15-Oct-2020 UnknownDuxford ()Near Cambridge, England 11:27AM BST 12:03PM BST 0:36
15-Oct-2020 UnknownRAF Halton ()Duxford () 09:44AM BST 10:10AM BST 0:25
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