Photo Album: "Grumman G73 Mallard Seaplane"

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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: 0878301
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Grumman G-73 Mallard
Manitowoc - County (Municipal) (MTW)
USA - Wisconsin, June 4, 2005
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N1888T (cn J-31) Is it a boat or a plane? A little of both! This amphibious aircraft was built in 1947, powered by two Pratt & Whitney radial engines. There were only 59 of these built - this one is registered as Experimental. Performing a low pass at Manitowoc Air Show 2005.
Flightline Aviation Media - Bruce Leibowitz
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Photo ID: 0871186
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Vowell Air Services
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Karratha (KTA / YPKA)
Australia - Western Australia, July 4, 1985
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VH-JAW (cn J-26) Built 1947 as NC2966 & based in France for next 20 years. In 1952 when owned by Christian Dior, famous passengers included Aga Khan & King Farouk of Egypt. 1966 sold and based in Michigan, USA. 1972 bought by Frakes & converted to Turbo Mallard & used as a demonstrator until 1975 when it became C-GHUM. 1983 sold to Air Whitsunday (ferried as N2419X) & regd VH-JAW. 1985 sold to Vowell and seen here on delivery. Used to fly oil workers to Harriet oil field,Lowendal Island. To VH-PPT of Paspaley Pearling.
David Eyre
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Photo ID: 0807546
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Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Glasgow - Prestwick (PIK / EGPK)
UK - Scotland, August 27, 1989
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C-FUOT (cn J-34) Converted to turboprops by Frakes of Texas, this privately owned Turbo-Mallard was a frequent visitor to Scotland. The Ilyushin IL-76MD being loaded in the background is CCCP-86844 (cn 0003424711) of Aeroflot.
Martin Pole
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Photo ID: 0741327
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Chalk's International Airlines
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Miami - Watson Island International Seaplane (Chalk) (MPB / X44)
USA - Florida, June 8, 1990
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N1208 (cn J-44) Miami's distinctive Freedom Tower (built in 1925) forms a nice background for this Turbo Mallard, taxiing across Miami's harbour. The landing gear is already lowered and engine power is about to be increased to taxi up the slope onto Watson Island's small ramp.
Aad van der Voet
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Photo ID: 0614035
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Chalk's International Airlines
Grumman G-73 Mallard
In Flight
USA - Florida, June 23, 1978
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N73556 (cn J-55) After take-off from the Watson Island seaplane base (MPB), the aircraft climbs out of Miami Harbour en route to Nassau in the Bahamas.
Mick Bajcar
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Photo ID: 0537783
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Pan Am Air Bridge
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
Miami - Watson Island International Seaplane (Chalk) (MPB / X44)
USA - Florida, October 1996
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N51151 (cn J-42) It was great to see this take off next to the huge cruise liners. Obviously they are out of shot!!
Stuart Haigh
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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: 0338608
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Grumman G-73 Mallard
Lakeland - Linder Regional (LAL / KLAL)
USA - Florida, April 5, 2003
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N2945 (cn J-8) Beautiful front cabin of a spectacular Grumman Mallard at Sun-n-Fun 2003. Looks too good to be a seaplane.
Chris Markerson
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Photo ID: 0338607
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Grumman G-73 Mallard
Lakeland - Linder Regional (LAL / KLAL)
USA - Florida, April 5, 2003
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N2945 (cn J-8) Full cabin shot of the best looking Grumman Mallard i've ever seen. Taken at Sun-n-Fun 2003.
Chris Markerson
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Photo ID: 0338541
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Grumman G-73 Mallard
Lakeland - Linder Regional (LAL / KLAL)
USA - Florida, April 5, 2003
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N2945 (cn J-8) Cockpit of the best looking Grumman Mallard i've ever seen. Taken at Sun-n-Fun 2003.
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Lakeland - Linder Regional (LAL / KLAL)
USA - Florida, April 5, 2003
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N2945 (cn J-8) The best looking Grumman Mallard i've ever seen. Taken at Sun-n-Fun 2003.
Chris Markerson
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