Florida Keys Marathon International Airport, Marathon, Florida

A busy GA airport in the middle of the Keys. It's home to the EAA Chapter 1241 Air Museum, and the aircraft of the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District, both of whom welcomed us warmly.

Aircraft Reg'n Thumbs Notes
Beech (Raytheon) 58 Baron N854C  
Beech (Raytheon) B200 Super King Air N202FF  
Beech (Textron) B300 King Air 350 N503DE  
Beech C45G Expeditor N7694C 111467 USAF - Chapter 1241's beautifully preserved example.
Beech C90 King Air N990LS  
Bell 206B JetRanger N90097 Florida Keys Mosquito Control District. There are photos of a spray boom example on the Key West Airshow page.
Bell 206L-4 JetRanger IV N173MS Florida Keys Mosquito Control District
Bradley BA-100 Aerobat Unregistered Built by a Chapter 1241 member, but never registered or flown.
Cessna 172 '1241' EAA Chapter 1241's gate guard.
Cessna 182E N3250Y  
Cirrus SR22 N78GL  
Douglas DC-3 N763A Ozark Air Lines. Chapter 1241 owned this, but has sold it and it was being prepared to fly out. A replacement is being sought.
Pilatus Britten-Norman BN-2T Turbine Islander N700FK Florida Keys Mosquito Control District. Ex G-BOMC and Oman police A40-CT. When Mosquito Control bought it in 2000 they liked its desert camouflage so much they kept it!
Pilatus Britten-Norman BN-2T Turbine Islander N770FK Florida Keys Mosquito Control District
Socata TBM 700 N316AH  
Waco UPF-7 NC30186 (N30186) Doing pleasure flights. It was painted in Venezuelan AF colours for a potential buyer, but the sale fell through, and I saw it a few days later for sale at Sun'n Fun.

Section home page

Aviation home page