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Bell and Boeing projects for tilt-rotor airliners

luedo34

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Found this images my HD but can´t remember where I found them (NASA?) and what the projects are called. Can anybody help? What are the names of these projects? Details? Thanks!
 

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A beautiful artist's concept for the Dallas Convention Center heliport as published in the Summer 1989 issue of ROTOR magazine.
 

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It looks like this version of the Dallas Convention Center was to be built somewhere else .... Arlington, Plano?
 

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Model of Bell Boeing civilian tilt-rotor on display at the American Helicopter Museum.

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taildragger said:
It looks like this version of the Dallas Convention Center was to be built somewhere else .... Arlington, Plano?
Irving, near the airport, I'm guessing.
 

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