Century Aviation

Restorations

1919 DeHavilland DH-4B

1919 DeHavilland DH-4B

1919 DeHavilland DH-4B Client: National Park ServiceFort Vancouver National Historic Site From 2014 to 2016 we contracted with the National Park Service at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site to restore a 1919 DeHavilland DH-4B “Liberty” biplane for exhibit at Pearson Air Museum and Jack Murdock Aviation Center. The contract between the National Park Service and […]

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F/A-18A Hornet

F/A-18A Hornet Client: National Museum of the Marine CorpsTriangle, VA This Hornet is owned by the National Museum of the Marine Corps located in Triangle, VA near the Marine Corps Base Quantico. This Hornet has a great history. It was the first Marine Corps aircraft to be launched after the attacks on 911. It patrolled

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1926 FB-5 “Hawk”

1926 FB-5 “Hawk” Client: National Museum of the Marine CorpsTriangle, VA The Boeing Pursuit Aircraft FB-5 was a fighter in the 1920s. They were operated by both the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps. This FB-5 is owned by the National Museum of the Marine Corps located in Triangle, VA near the Marine Corps

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Douglas SBD Dauntless – Wings

Douglas SBD Dauntless – Wings Client: National Museum of the Marine CorpsTriangle, VA The Restoration Department of the National Museum of the Marine Corps located in Triangle, VA near the Marine Corps Base Quantico is restoring an SBD Dauntless Dive Bomber.  Century Aviation was contracted to assist this restoration by rebuilding the outer wing panels

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SPAD XIII

SPAD XIII Client: Museum of FlightSeattle, WA This SPAD XIII replica came to the Museum of Flight in Seattle, WA as part of the Champlin Fighter Collection purchased by the Museum of Flight in 2003. It had cotton fabric on it which was deteriorating. Our job was to assist with disassembly of the airframe and

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1916 Sopwith PUP (2 airframes)

1916 Sopwith PUP (2 airframes) Client: Fantasy of FlightPolk City, FL The Sopwith Pup was a British single seater biplane fighter aircraft used during the First World War. It was manufactured by the Sopwith Aviation Company and was officially named the Sopwith Scout. The “Pup” nickname arose because pilots considered it to be the “pup”

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