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"The Spruce Goose". Perhaps stung by the popular opinion that the plane was a folly and would never take flight, he made a spontaneous decision. He laid on the throttle, and made the Spruce Goose fly. The plane lifted off and flew for about a mile at an altitude of 70 feet before Hughes brought it back down.Who owns the Spruce Goose?
The infamous aircraft that is now commonly known as the “Spruce Goose” originated in the mind of Henry J. Kaiser, owner of an Oakland-based ship manufacturing company, in response to the escalating threat of Axis Powers submarines in the early years of World War II.Did the Spruce Goose ever fly?
Spruce Goose. The Spruce Goose's exterior was created with material using the duramold process of laminating plywood and it was the largest plane ever to fly. In 1947, Millionaire Howard Hughes became the first person to pilot the Spruce Goose.How can I see the Spruce Goose?
How can I see the Spruce Goose? The Hughes Hercules H-4 or "Spruce Goose" is on permanent display at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. You can visit any time during regular business hours. For more information about the museum including its address and hours, visit our Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum page.