There were 137 landings (134 by civilian; 3 by military pilots) by Stinson aircraft at Tucson during the period of the Register, 1925-1936.
For access to the half-dozen or so Stinson models that landed at Tucson, go to this AIRPLANES button at the upper right and choose to search the database "by plane type and model". Then choose "Stinson" from the drop down menu.
Stinson aircraft take their name from Register pilot Eddie Stinson.
TYPICAL STINSON AIRCRAFT MODELS
Below, the Stinson Detroiter Junior NC6871 photographed by your Webmaster at Lakeland, FL April 15, 2005. This is not a Register airplane and is exhibited only as a good example of the Detroiter model.
Stinson Detroiter NC6871, Not a Register Airplane (Source: Webmaster)
Below, the vertical stabilizer and rudder of NC6871. Note the brace for the vertical stabilizer and the lack of a trim tab on the rudder.
Stinson Detroiter NC6871, Rudder & Vertical Stabilizer (Source: Webmaster)
STINSON AIRCRAFT OF THE DAVIS-MONTHAN REGISTER
There were 137 landings by Stinson aircraft carrying at least 79 unique registration numbers.
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