Beechcraft 18 C45H - N6NA - Aviationtag
Beechcraft 18 C45H - N6NA - Aviationtag
Beechcraft 18 C45H - N6NA - Aviationtag
Beechcraft 18 C45H - N6NA - Aviationtag
Beechcraft 18 C45H - N6NA - Aviationtag
Beechcraft 18 C45H - N6NA - Aviationtag

Beechcraft 18 C45H - N6NA

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US Air Force and NASA Beech at Aviationtag!

Our latest limited Aviationtag series comes from the fuselage of the storied Beechcraft N6NA. The machine has a history of almost 80 years with many conversions behind it: It was built in 1942 by Beech in Wichita, Kansas as a T-11 model for the United States Army Air Force and was converted to a Beechcraft C-45H after just twelve years . .

After a short break with an unknown owner, she was then in service from May 1961 with the registration N9525Z for NASA at the "Jet Propulsion Laboratory", which builds and controls satellites and space probes for NASA. To continue her NASA career, our Beech was fitted with a three-speed gearbox by Volpar and, with the new and final registration N6NA, moved to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, where she measured atmospheric electricity before each spacecraft launch.

After the N6NA belonged to the "Manatee County Mosquito Control" team from 1981 to 1999 and one year to "Milford Aircraft Parts Inc", on June 1st, 2000 it was handed over to "A Cargo and Leasing Company LLC". the trail of this stunning machine.

We are all the happier that the Beech found its way to us and can now start a new life as an Aviationtag!

Please note the product information at the bottom of the page!

Manufacturer: Beech Aircraft

Model: 18 C45H

Registration: N6NA

Last airline: NASA

We send ours Aviationtags all over the world. You have the choice between Economy Class
Shipping as Warenpost with Deutsche Post or 1st Class shipping with DHL Express.

Note: If it’s a shiny or new-looking tag you’re after then this is not the edition to go for. This series shows clear signs of the almost 80 years of service performed by the Beech 18 – each Aviationtag bears the marks of aviation history and has imperfections, scratches and parts where the paint is flaking, but that is what makes each and every tag one-of-a-kind. These imperfections are not a reason that we can accept for claims or complaints.

Every tag is unique. Depending on the plane, tags may vary in terms of haptics, material thickness and colour. Small blemishes bear witness to the plane’s long history and are an authentic reminder of its glory days over the clouds. Small scratches, flaky paint and imperfections are totally normal and give our Aviationtags their unique charm – the charm of a vintage product crafted from upcycled materials. These quirks are not the result of the production process, they simply reflect the state of the aircraft material we use when it was extracted.

Please take good care of your tag and we strongly suggest to use the Aviationtag protection cover.