Photo Album: "Chalks Intl Airlines"

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Photo ID: 0981346
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Chalk's Ocean Airways
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Nassau - Paradise Island Seaplane (WZY) (closed)
Bahamas, August 28, 2005
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N2969 (cn J-27) This photo shows the wing that fell off when N2969 crashed at Watson Island (Miami) on Dec. 19, 2005. My condolences to all those who lost loved ones in this tragic accident.
Stephen B. Aranha
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Photo ID: 0669579
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Nassau - Paradise Island Seaplane (WZY) (closed)
Bahamas, September 17, 2004
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Kinda small for an international airport... The ramp is for the Grumman seaplanes of Chalk's Ocean Airways.
Stephen B. Aranha
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Photo ID: 0564552
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Piper PA-23-250 Aztec E
Off-Airport - Freeport
Bahamas, January 30, 2004
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N54137 (cn 27-7405446) A successful water ditching in a canal after left engine failure at low altitude. Four on board and not a scratch on anyone!
Craig Donahue
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Photo ID: 0499371
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Chalk's Ocean Airways
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Nassau - Paradise Island Seaplane (WZY) (closed)
Bahamas, December 29, 2003
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N142PA (cn J-42) Passing by boat after a day at the Atlantis Hotel, there is no runway needed here, as its just this G-73 and some helicopters. The arch way room (yes, it's one room!) goes for $25,000 a night and you must book for 7 nights, only the bigshots stay there. Just a beautiful day in paradise!
Grant Feggi - t.dot photography
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Photo ID: 0480790
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Chalk's International Airlines
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Bimini - North Bimini Seaplane Base (NSB)
Bahamas, August 6, 1987
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N1208 (cn J-44) An unscheduled stop en-route from Nassau to Miami to drop-off and pick-up a few passengers. Photo taken from inside Turbo Mallard N51151.
Bill Blanchard - AirTeamImages
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Photo ID: 0235311
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Chalk's Ocean Airways
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Nassau - Paradise Island Seaplane (WZY) (closed)
Bahamas, April 21, 2002
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N142PA (cn J-42) Happened to catch this beautiful bird landing next to the cruise ship I was on, while docked in Nassau.
Dave Struble
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Photo ID: 0083046
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Chalk's Ocean Airways
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Bimini - North Bimini Seaplane Base (NSB)
Bahamas, May 11, 2000
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N142PA (cn J-42) (built 1949) Ex N51151. Waiting for continuation to MPB. This aircraft had an accident on June 11, 2000 while water taxiing at Watson Island, Miami. The Turbo Mallard received minor damage, the two pilots and 15 passengers were uninjured.
Stephen Kemper
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Photo ID: 0058705
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Chalk's International Airlines
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Bimini - North Bimini Seaplane Base (NSB)
Bahamas, May 19, 1993
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N130FB (cn J-30) This is how Chalk's gets the seaplane from water up on land. This seaplane is a G-73T Turbo Mallard, was actually built in 1947, but re-engined with turboprop engines.
Gary C. Orlando
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Photo ID: 0054900
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Chalk's International Airlines
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Nassau - Paradise Island (PID / MYPI) (closed)
Bahamas, January 3, 1990
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N51151 (cn J-42) About to leave the island .... we are awaiting the boarding of our Paradise Island DHC-7 for our flight back to Miami.
Frank Schaefer
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