Built in 1974 for TWA as N31019. Now owned by the National Airline History Museum.
Kansas City Downtown seen from Southwest 1628 on arrival from Orlando
New to the database
New to the database - with the Skyline of Kansas City in the background [1400px]
Flight deck. This classic alirliner is being readied to fly again this fall.
What it says along the fuselage is "Victory is in the Air - Buy Bonds".
Some of the instrumentation of this classic a/c...
During my-probably once in a very long time-visit to Airline History Museum, I had the amazing good fortune for the Super Connie to be taken out of the hangar and all four engines run up! Here you... (more)
Hallo dolly! On board the aircraft, which has a fully restored passenger interior-tho not all the seats are original items, but that's a minor complaint.
N1550 was later sold to Allegheny and damaged beyond economical repair when it overran the runway on landing at Rochester, NY (KROC), on July 9, 1978.
Sitting in the Airline History Museum at KMKC in Kansas City.
Beautiful restoration job at KMKC.