1949 in aviation

Events

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First flights

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December

  • December 14 Cessna 305, prototype of the Cessna O-1 Bird Dog
  • December 22 North American F-95A, prototype of the F-86D Sabre, also known as the "Sabre Dog", "Dog Sabre", and "Dogship"[89]

Entered service

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Retirements

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