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Boeing Model 95 NC192E

Boeing Model 95 NC192E


This airplane is a Boeing Model 95 (S/N 1055; ATC #106) manufactured in February 1929 by Boeing Airplane Company, Seattle, WA.  It left the factory with a used Pratt & Whitney Hornet engine (S/N 202) of 500 HP.  It was a single-place airplane weighing 5,840 pounds.

It sold on February 14, 1929 to the Boeing Air Transport Corporation, Seattle, WA.  It was flight tested by E.T. Allen and ferried from Seattle to Salt Lake City, UT by E.T. Allen.

Based in Cheyenne, WY, NC192E landed at Tucson on 3/19/1929 piloted solo by Harold T. “Slim” Lewis. Follow this link to see an image of pilot Lewis. Please follow this link for three images of the airplane on the ground at Tucson.

The record is sparse for the brief life of this airplane.  I do not know why it flew through Tucson.  According to Boeing records, it suffered an accident on October 18, 1929 one mile east of Elm Creek, NB.  It was engaged in flying the Chicago to San Francisco run. 

At 4:30 AM, pilot C.V. Pickup guided the airplane to a forced landing after failure of the fuel supply.  The airplane caught fire after landing and was a total loss.  Pilot Pickup was not killed, because we find him flying an unidentified Travel Air to Tucson on January 14, 1932 carrying “respiration equipment”.  No further information on NC192E.


UPLOADED: 03/28/06 REVISED: 03/21/09

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