Piper L-21B owned by the Air Heritage Group out of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
Cockpit of the C-123
1946 Globe, 2-seater, cruises at about 105 miles per hour.
New Standard D-25.
The D-25s were first built in 1928 and they cruise at about 70 miles per hour and have a range of 490 miles.
C-123 sitting on the tarmac waiting for a thunderstorm to engulf it.
With the thunderstorm engulfing the C-123 I had flashbacks to Vietnam, 1968.
This is a Super Chief, seats 2 (side by side) and has a range of about 500 miles.
L-21 shot in during one of several passes it made over the airport.
Piper L-21B flying over the field.
Piper L-21B showing its Italian Air Force colors is also owned by Air Heritage, Inc., of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
Cockpit of the L-21B
Stearman PT-17 Wasp.
1976 Piper PA-28-181 Cherokee Archer II.
2004 American Champion Super Decathlon.
1973 Bellance Citabria.
Later in the day I was able to go for a flight in this airplane to shot some aerials of the airfield and the surrounding area.
This little number is a State Police Airplane.
1945 Stinson L-5G Air Ambulance.
A homebuilt, 2-seat experimental plane.
1994 McDonald Douglas MD90D, 8 passenger, twin engine helicopter.
Life Flight landing.
Stearman PT-17 landing at the Jimmy Stewart Airport.
1980 Cessna 152 used every year to give young airplane enthusiasts a chance to go up and experience an airplane ride. The flights are offered free and sponsored by EAA Young Eagles.
1966 Piper Cherokee which was also used to provide the free flights to young aircraft enthusiasts.
After a several hour delay in its arrival, the B-25 Mitchell bomber "Panchito" arrived at the Jimmy Stewart Airport.
After initally landing the B-25 takes a short hop back into the air before finally settling back on the tarmac.
Side view of the B-25 as it taxied past the airport windsock on its way to the display area in front of the terminal building.
Line Maintenance Crew dressed in authentic WWII attire.
B-25 comes to a rest after its flight from Georgetown, DE.
White Township Recreation Complex, Indiana County, PA
A view of the new runway under construction at the Jimmy Stewart Airport.
Pine Grove Youth Prison, Indiana County, PA.
The Jimmy Stewart Airport Festival 2011 looking South.
Another view of the new runway. Taking pictures of the new runway was the main reason I took the aerials. Although I never turn down a chance to "take flight".
View of the Jimmy Stewart Airport looking North.
Downtown Indiana, PA with part of the IUP (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) campus in the background.
Indiana Hospital, Indiana, PA
Coming back to terra firma over the new runway extension as we are about to make a landing on the grass runway.