N734Q two years later.
Photos: Todd Boettcher © 23 and 26 May 2016 - Aird Archives
N734Q ready to return to Bethel.
Photo: Ben Cogger © 01 May 2014 - Aird Archives
N734Q pre-season training.
Photos: Martin Prince Jr © 25 June 2008 - Aird Archives
N734Q loading up on Kuskokwim River at Bethel.
Photo: Martin Prince Jr © 30 June 2007 - Aird Archives
N734Q pretending to be military.
Photo: Lukas Lusser © 199- Aird Archives
N217GB with Combat Air Museum at Topeka, KS.
Photos: KJ Gilchrist © c.1992 - Aird Archives
N217GB at Mission, Texas.
Photo: John P. Stewart © April 1977 - Jay Sherlock Collection - Aird Archives
58-2063 of the Oregon National Guard at Portland.
Photo: Ron Olsen © 18 May 1971 - Aird Archives
Photo: Ron Olsen © 02 May 1971 - Aird Archives
58-2063 landing Ypenburg, The Netherlands.
Photo: Henk Schakelaar © 25 October 1967 - Aird Archives


58-2063  N217GB



58-2063 US Army # 1943. L-20 No. 924. Command A-16. Delivered 03-Nov-1959. Built as L-20A and re-designated U-6A in 1962.

58-2063 Oregon National Guard (P/E).

58-2063 Stored at MASDC., Davis Monthan AFB.,  AZ. 14-Mar-1974 to 20-Jul-1976. PCN (Park Control Number) UD051.

N217GB US Department of Agriculture, Mission, TX. Regd Jul-1976.

N217GB Combat Air Museum, Forbes Field / Topeka, KS. Regd 28-Apr-1986. On USCAR at 02-Mar-1990 & 01-Oct-1994.

N734Q Sheryl L. Williams, Anchorage, AK. Regd 11-Dec-1998. Canx 08-Dec-2003 & 22-Apr-2011..

Airworthiness date: 25-Feb-1999. Category – Normal.

N734Q Karl R. Powers & Henry S. Powers III, Bethel, AK. Regd 22-Nov-2004. (Operating as Pa Pa Bear Adventures). Canx 12-Dec-2008.

Accident: Kisaralik Lake, AK. 09-Aug-2007. Aircraft flipped over on landing. No injuries. Substantial damage to aircraft. No NTSB report found.

N734Q Ptarmigan Air LLC., Bethel, AK. Regd 15-Dec-2008.

Note: Operating in US Army Olive drab colours but with Ptarmigan Air logos on fin. Since at least 1999.