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Douglas DC-3 (C-FDTD)

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First flight in nearly 30 years. Built in 1944, served in the RAF (FZ668), veteran of D-Day. After the war, he served for Trans Canada Airlines (CF-TER), transfered to the canadian Ministère des Transports (CF-DTD). On june 6th 2019, he's back in the air.

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Paul Wisgerhof
Pratt & Whitney stickers on the engine, a vinyl D-Day badge and then a Buffalo Airways rudder. Nice shot.
James Driskell
Can't have too many Gooey Birds
Paul Holland
They did an absolutely brilliant resto job on her. Beautiful shot of her in the air.
Leon Kay
Thanks for a great shot and accompanying comment.
John Alford
See “They Said This DC-3 Would Never Fly Again" LAST EPISODE Plane Savers E156 video on YouTube. Featuring Mikey Mc Bryan of Buffalo Airways.
themold
GOONY BIRD 5*
David Seider
DEPENDABLE ENGINES!
Andrea Gentilini
Let's keep'em Flying !!
jthyland
Sweet.
Dennis Bisson
Wonderful to see this bird fly again. I had some time on her for Transport Canada in Montreal between 1974 & 1977.
Stephane Bouchard
I went to see her flight, it was fantastic.
dizzy donmez
Great job @ Mickey Mcbryan and all the supporters of Plane Savers for restoring this awesome bird! May it fly forever.
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