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On December 14,

1986, the Voyager

made aviation

history by flying

around the world

nonstop on one

tank of gas.

 


Voyager on display at the National Air and Space Museum, in Washington, D.C..

 

 

 

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    Voyager - the 200th Hour    
   
16 x 20 in., Photo, unframed, signed...................................................$395.00
   
   

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Signed by Pilots - Jeana Yeager, Dick Rutan, and designer - Burt Rutan

   
   

VOYAGER - the 200th HOUR

On December 14, 1986, pilots Jeana Yeager and Dick Rutan flew the Voyager aircraft, designed by Burt Rutan, into aviation history, around the world nonstop on one tank of gas.

Here you see a test flight of the Voyager out over the California coast.

This piece is signed by pilots Jeana Yeager, Dick Rutan, and designer Burt Rutan. (Locations of signatures may vary from image shown.)

The Voyager landed December 23, 1986, after 9 days, 3 minutes and 44 seconds.

Also on the back are printed overall dimensions, cabin and cockpit dimensions and weights.

 

   
         
       
 
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