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Northern Exposure title card.

Northern Exposure is a quirky dramedy television series that aired on CBS from 1990-1995. The series features several planes, most prominently that of one of the main characters, Maggie O'Connell, a bush pilot and air taxi, who owns a Cessna 170.

Other planes shown are an airliner (presumably Boeing) in the Pilot (1-1), which Joel Fleischman is taking to Anchorage, Alaska, and another prop plane owned by Charles "Red" Murphy.

Cessna 170

For filming reasons, the series uses different planes for Maggie's Cessna 170 in different episodes. For example, in "Soapy Sanderson" (1-3), "Russian Flu" (1-5), and "Birds of a Feather" (5-6), the call letters are N8326A and in "The Gift of the Maggie" (5-19) the letters are N4423V.

Maggie's plane from "Soapy Sanderson" (1-3)
Maggie's plane closeup from "Soapy Sanderson" (1-3)

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