This E-18S is a passenger airliner, built in Wichita, Kansas, in 1955. It was converted to a nine-seat layout in 1968 for the Scottish airline, Loganair.

This E-18S aircraft was operated by Loganair. It flew their first international service, from Glasgow to Stavanger in Norway, via Aberdeen, in July 1969. It was also used to carry newspapers on the Glasgow to Stornoway route.

Due to its long range, this aeroplane also operated longer distance air ambulance flights. These included taking transplant patients to specialist hospitals in the south of England. 

Date:  1955
Crew: 2 (pilots)
Passengers: 9
Top speed: 234 mph (377 km/h)
Range: 1,460 miles (2,350 km)

Beech E-18S

Beech E-18S

Cockpit view

Beech E-18S cockpit

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