Beechcraft T-6 Texan II

September 28, 2016 Carl Chance 0
A Beechcraft Texan II is shown here during its display at the Royal New Zealand Air Force’s 75th Birthday celebration airshow at RNZAF Ohakea. Historical Aviation Film Unit.

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Wichita Kansas has been considered the Air Capital of the world since the late 1920s. First as a self-proclamation, but today as the city producing more aircraft than any other city on earth. Wichita is home to Cessna, Beach (Travel/Air), Lear, and Stearman/Boeing Plant II etc. through buyouts and name changes. Through the course of powered flight, there have been over 100 aircraft manufacturers in Kansas. 

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