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On November 15th marks the 50th Anniversary of the 1964 crash

of Bonanza Airlines Flight 114, were 29 people lost there lives.  

You will always be remembered.

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RESTORING 

Fairchild F-27A

Plans are under way to restoration of an ex-Bonanza Airlines (BAL) F-27A, N753L (Ship 48) cockpit. Ship 48 was originally purchased new by Bonanza Airlines in 1959 and changed hands several time before being retired. The American Museum of Aviation with the assistances of Scroggins Aviation is planning to restore the cockpit back to BAL livery for future generation to enjoy. If your interested in donating and or have parts to help support Ship 48, please send an email to: museum@bonanzaairlines.com


WANTED F-27 COCKPIT PARTS

LOOKING FOR FAIRCHILD OR FOKKER COCKPIT AND CABIN PARTS TO COMPLETE THE RESTORATION OF SHIP 48. 

  1. Instrument panel and gauges
  2. Passenger cabin furnishings
  3. Cockpit windows
If you have or know of any one that may have these parts please send us an email to: museum@bonanzaairlines.com

 

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Mailing Address:
Bonanza Airlines, c/o American Museum of Aviation - 5840 West Craig Road. - Box No. 120-262 - Las Vegas, Nevada 89130 USA