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The Aircraft

As of mid-2019, Seattle Squadron is the custodial squadron of N649CP, a 2011 Cessna 182T Nav III (Garmin G1000 avionics with integrated Garmin G700 autopilot), and N99100, a 1985 Cessna 172P. Aircraft are moved around frequently due to maintenance and usage demands. Check WMIRS for the latest information, including gate access.

Using the Aircraft

Seattle Squadron will keep its aircraft in good condition at all times. Keep the interior clean and organized. Clean the exterior plastic and leading edges after flight. If you have any concerns about the condition of the aircraft, contact the Maintenance Officer.

Wash Rack

Boeing Field has a wash rack on the southwest side of the airport which we can use to wash the plane, which we do twice a year. The vehicle gate is at S 87th Place, just a little north of the Museum of Flight on East Marginal Way on the west side of the airport.  The gate has a code - talk to someone in the squadron about access.

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