Last revised: February 16, 2017

FAA Airline Fleet


N60 = Douglas DC-3

Album # 14.3


Airplanes of the FAA


N93 = Convair


DC-6


N464 = DC-7


N64 = SabreLiner


N85 = Sabreliner


N51 = Sabreliner


N64 = Sabreliner


N96

Cessna Citation-500 and -560


N93 = Convair-580


N49 = Convair-580


N66 = Beech-300 - Super King Air


N98 = Fairchild - (Wasilla, Alaska)


N86 = Canadian Challenger


N87 = Canadian Challenger


N96 = BAE-125


N464 = DC-7 - (1961)


N47 = Bombardier


N42 = Convair-880


N29 = DC-9

This FAA Academy's DC-9 evacuated personnel and flew in critical supplies on a relief mission of Hurricane Hugo in September, 1989. As part of the FAA Academy, the Aviation Standards Branch is responsible for the training programs of the Aviation Standards National Field Office, the Aircraft Certification Service, and the Flight Standards Service.

The training is designed to maintain technical proficiency of FAA flight and operations personnel responsible for maintaining the safety of the flying public.

 



N40 = B-727


N40 = B-727 - Flight Check


N1 = Grumman Gulfstream


N54 = LearJet-60


N57 = LearJet - Flight Check


N59 = LearJet-60


N18 = Beech-90 KingAir


N70 = Beech-300 Super KingAir



This B-720 (N23) is used in crash test activities.


This B-747 (Once flown by BOAC) is now being used by the FAA for non-destructive testing at the
FAA Aging Aircraft NDI Validation Center in New Mexico.


Last revised: February 16, 2017

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