The Historic Flight Foundation's DC-3 and the Museum of Flight's Boeing 247 in United livery.

The Historic Flight Foundation’s DC-3 and the Museum of Flight’s Boeing 247 in United livery

Seattle area folks – are you ready for another Paine Field Aviation Day?! Of course you are!

Last year was another amazing year. We were able to see so many planes, like the Boeing 247 and DC-3, mixed with a Boeing 787, AN-124 (happened to be there), Boeing 747-8I and many more.

Information from PaineField.com:

On Saturday, May 17, 2014, the Washington Pilots Association (WPA), Paine Field Airport, Flying Heritage Collection, and Historic Flight Foundation will host the 19th Annual Paine Field Aviation Day from 9am – 3pm.

This is the only Hamilton H-47 [first flown in 1928] in the world left flying. It was caught taking off from Paine Field with a Dreamlifter and 787 Dreamliner in the background.

This is the only Hamilton H-47 [first flown in 1928] in the world left flying. It was caught taking off from Paine Field with a Dreamlifter and 787 Dreamliner in the background.

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