Curtiss-Wright B-14-B Speedwing
Travel Air 2000
RoleBiplane aircraft
First flight13 March 1925

The Travel Air 2000/3000/4000 (originally, the Model A, Model B and Model BH and later marketed as a Curtiss-Wright product under the names CW-14, Speedwing, Sportsman and Osprey), were open-cockpit biplane aircraft produced in the United States in the late 1920s by the Travel Air Manufacturing Company. During the period from 1924–1929, Travel Air produced more aircraft than any other American manufacturer, including over 1,000 biplanes

Source: Travel Air 2000 on Wikipedia

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PhotographerVladimir Yakubov
LocalisationAerospace Museum of California
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Travel Air 2000 was a biplane aircraft produced by the Travel Air Manufacturing Company in the late 1920s. It was one of the first commercial passenger planes in the United States, and could carry up to five people, including the pilot. The plane had a wooden frame covered with fabric, and was powered by a radial engine that gave it a top speed of 120 mph. The Travel Air 2000 was also used for aerial photography, crop dusting, and mail delivery. The plane was popular for its reliability, versatility, and low maintenance cost. The Travel Air 2000 was later renamed the Travel Air A-6000-A after a change in engine and design.

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