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Douglas DC-3 (A6594)
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Douglas DC-3 (A6594)



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Edward Hopgood
They always look great
Brilliant on unimproved strips.
They really are an awesome aircraft - first fight 1935 just 32 years after the Wright Brothers 1st flight in 1903
Martin Grieve
ARDU Dakota. Pretty sure I've flown on that bird, about 43 years ago lol
ken kemper

Lovely Vintage Type Photo...........

what a Work Horse
George Hall
Douglas's crown jewel. This old bird looks to be well maintained. Way to go Australia ! I love DC-3's. I have a huge model collection of this plane. All different scales. 1/400 up to 1/48. Some custom made.
Brad Wong
Super shot!
John Yarno
What a plane. I have flown on one as a passenger back in the 60's. Very nice relaxing flight. I always click on the pic's when they are posted. One of my favorites.
David Seider
Gorgeous Gooney!

Thank you, Dan!
Richard Marshall
It reminded me when I was at Istres France and it was time to renew my instrument rating. We had a war-weary DC-3 and it served the purpose for my successful rating. I think I had a big smile throughout the flight. Great memories.
Doug Cook
Ah, I still remember my 1st commercial flight! Climbing up that steep aisle, and falling back into one's seat. It was loud and wonderful.
Tony Silverstrå
From airforce in Sweden i often drow pilots to Bma airport near Stockholm so they could deice the plane, they carried a 5liters container on their back climbing on the wings and handpumped and sprayed the wings
jesse kyzer
Al Bauer
I have a 1935 Ford that would look right at home parked next to that beautiful DC-3
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