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(1949)

Provincetown Municipal Airport | Cessna T-50 Bobcat.

The twin-engine, five-seat Bobcat was developed by the Cessna Aircraft Company in 1939. It was the first aircraft to be used extensively, beginning in 1948, on the Provincetown-Boston route operated by the Cape Cod Flying Service and its Provincetown-Boston Airline division. A Bobcat also starred as the first “Songbird” on the early television show, Sky King.

¶ Last updated on 11 March 2017. ¶ Image courtesy of the Provincetown Public Library. (New Beacon, 7 September 1949, Page 4.)

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