A visit to the Seattle Flight Museum at the end of April
1 View from the parking lot towards the entrance of the flight museum
2 Green AV-8C Harrier II in front and a Boeing WB-47E Stratojet behind it.
3 Antti looking at all the planes hanging from the ceiling of the museum
4 Boeing 80A-1. The first Boeing 80 flew in 1928. It had room for 18 passengers, a heated cabin, leather seats, individual reading lights and hot and cold running water in the lavatory. The model 80 was also the first American plane to have stewardesses.
5 DC-3 (Alaska Airlines) with a Lear Fan 2100 in front/below
6 The Lockheed M-21 Blackbird
7 Antti and Tuomas at the "Flight zone" kids' play area
8 Antti at the helicopter in the kids play area
9 Antti and Tuomas in the kids' play area
10 US Air Boeing 737-200 that has been turned into a theater
11 Swallow Commercial and Boeing B&W (the float plane). The B&W was the first airplane designed and built by Boeing. B&W stands for Boeing and Westervelt (Boeing and Westervelt founded Pacific Aero Products Co in 1916, but Boeing renamed the company after Westervelt left).