Catalog Id: 2013.5.12.1
Digital photograph of a metal identification panel, for a Boeing 727-051 aircraft identified as manufacturers serial number 18803. View of panel taken at an angle.This aircraft was the Boeing 727 aircraft used by Northwest Orient Airlines as flight 305, on the day of the DB Cooper hijacking on November 24, 1971. The aircraft was first delivered on April 22, 1965 and registered as N467US with the FAA. Plate is oblong with four holes in the corners for mounting. The plate was removed from the aircraft at the time it was scrapped in 1993.
Catalog Id: 2013.5.23.4
curator report for examination of Aeronautical Radio, Incorporated (ARINC) [attributed to] teletypewriter printout documenting communications between the flight crew of Northwest Airlines 305 and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, during the hijacking by Dan "DB" Cooper, d. Nov. 24, 1971. Paper is printed with TTY font. unredacted copy.
Report identifies 30 different teletype sections in eight different time areas of the teletype radio communications (between 4:45 PM to 8:24 PM [PST]), not previously made public in the FBI released version of the ARINC transcript. report is 12 pages, media available online.
Catalog Id: 2013.101.1
Airplane model,1:50 scale, a Boeing 727-051 aircraft, approx. 32" long. Made of fiberglass and plastic; painted, with decals. The left side of the model offers a cutaway view of the cockpit and part of the fuselage to see the interior of the aircraft. It is a replica of Northwest Orient Airlines flight 305, the aircraft hijacked by DB Cooper on Nov. 24, 1971. Delivered to Northwest (Orient) Airlines on April 22, 1965 as N467US, with mfg. no. 18803.