Kenmore Air Seattle Scenic Floatplane Tour and Plane Spotting: Watching SeaplanesIt’s been an avgeek dream of mine since I was taking flight lessons in high school to fly in a floatplane/seaplane but I’d never really got around to making it happen. Until NOW! Finally I got to fly on one and experience what it’s like for myself… and I’m happy I get to take all of you along for a ride with me in this video.
It’s kinda strange it took this long since I’ve been around aviation all my life and have visited over a hundred airports worldwide (not all of them for planespotting, of course) but this is the very first seaplane base I remember visiting. The seaplane base and air tour did not disappoint for sure. Scratch this off the bucket list… I liked it so much I may do an encore sometime in the near future. 5 stars!!!!
Thanks to Kenmore Air of the American Pacific Northwest for this memorable ride, a scenic tour of the Seattle area.
About the Flight:
Aircraft type: N3125S, MSN 407
De Havilland Canada DHC-3T
Vazar Turbine Otter
Engine: Single, P&w R1340 SERIES
Flight: KEN#402, Scenic tour of Seattle Area
Seat: Co-pilot/observer seat
Picture of the Airplane:
Kenmore Air Harbor Seaplane Base (W55) Information
Kenmore Air Harbor Seaplane Base is located at Lake Union near Seattle, Washington U.S.A.
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Planespotting Kenmore Air Harbor Seaplane Base (W55) 2018
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