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Douglas DC-3 (N28AA)

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Flying SC Salute From the Shore Tribute to Veterans (04 July 2017) Over Little River Inlet, SC

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Leon Kay
Few people realized that this aircraft that was first produced in the 1930's would be one of the most significant transport aircraft ever made.
About 2000 continued to see service today still.
Mon avion préféré...
brian dubey
Back in January 1971 my brother and I had a chance to travel to Venezuela just as the country opened up for tourist to visit from USA. One of the things we took advantage of was a trip to see Angles Falls, and we flew from the capital of Caracas in a Douglas DC-3 It was the first time I had ever flown in one, and it was so smooth. The crew invited all of us to the cockpit and after seeing the falls out the aircraft windows we then landed on what seemed like a dirt landing strip for a journey in close to see the falls. What an experience for this old aircraft.
John Rumble
History of that aircraft is here. Careful if you start looking around that Sunshine Sky's website you could loose a couple of hours
http://www.sunshineskies.com/n28aa.html
gwapo santa
i remember the dakota dc 3 flying into raf negombo ceylon 1960
arch bradbury
When I was an Air cadet, we flew from Torbay NL to Greenwood NS with the RCAF in a Dak to summer camp
roland pfeifer
These Goony Bird's will still be flying when a lot of modern aircrft will be parked in the Arizona desert
Don Lynch
Another beautiful shot.....
james cooley
Wait until you see the BASLER BT-67 Conversion. They will be flying for a longer time, because they are replacing the old radial engines with Turboprops.
Doug Cook
First commercial flight. Will never forget climbing up that aisle "ramp", due to tail dragging, and falling back into tilted seat.
Rodney Schoening
I had the chance to actually fly this piece of history in July of 2018 to Oshkosh. The owner of this beautiful aircraft is an incredible person that just loves to share his passion for aviation with others. The plane was a pleasure to fly.
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