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|William P. Hobby Airport is just 15 minutes south of downtown and serves more than 8 million passengers annually. With itís four runways, Hobby Airport is the 43rd busiest airport in the United States for total passengers. ||02/22/2006||440|
|Type: Douglas C-47B Skytrain (DC-3A)|
The Douglas C-47 Skytrain or Dakota is a military transport aircraft that was developed from the Douglas DC-3 airliner. It was used extensively by the Allies during World War II and remained in front line operations through the 1950s with a few remaining in operation to this day.
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This old DC 3/C-47 is preserved on the south side of Miami International airport at the 94th Aero Squadron restaurant.
Former Armada Argentina DC-3 5-T-22 "Cabo de Hornos" is now being restored and preserved by the Aeroclub of Ushuaia.
|A twin-engine buisness jet appaorching the Charlotte Douglas Airport, but only the shadow is visible. It looks like a Gulfstream V.||05/06/2010||478|
| 1. Spad S-13 (r, s)|
2. Boeing Stearman PT-17 (s)
3. North American AT-6D Texan (s)
4. Consolidated B-24M Liberator
5. North American P-51D Mustang (r)
6. Douglas C-47 Skytrain (s)
7. Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress
8. Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
9. Grumman TBM-3 Avenger (s)
10. Boeing B-29A Superfortress
|This McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 (YV-135C) ran off the runway while landing in poor weather conditions on November 26, 1993 at Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini Airport.|
|Derelict Douglas DC-8-33 LV-LTP at Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini airport. It was grounded here in 1978 and destroyed by cabin fire caused by vandalism on 13 December 1992.|
|Charlotte Douglas Airport, Charlotte North Carolina||08/23/2005||365|
|This diagram shows the BTS skytrain system and MRTA subway system including its entries in Bangkok in 2005.|
The websites for both systems are shown in:
Since a new Google Earth Data has been rele...
|Douglas DC-2 N1934D, owned by the Museum of Flight in Seattle, has finally arrived in Seattle. Restoration of this airplane began in 1982, when the airplane was leased from the Donald Douglas Museum by the Douglas Historical Foundation - primarily a group of Douglas retirees. When they towed the airplane from Santa Monica to Long Beach, it was a basket case. Thousands of volunteer man-hours ove...||05/08/2008||593|
|The Douglas DC-3 is an American fixed-wing, propeller-driven aircraft whose speed and range revolutionized air transport in the 1930s and 1940s. Because of its lasting impact on the airline industry and World War II it is generally regarded as one of the most significant transport aircraft ever made. Many DC-3s are still used to this day in all parts of the world.||12/20/2009||1,193|