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|Wreck part of Scandinavian Airlines Flight 751 that crashed at the village Gottröra on december 27th. 1991. Located at Västerås Airport.|
|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.
|The most visited wreck in the Manitou Islands area, it sank on November 29, 1960 after running into the previously wrecked Walter L. Frost that was about 600 feet south of this wreck, but is no longer visible. She was built in Hamburg, Germany.||04/25/2006||1,063|
|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...||05/07/2008||525|
|The "wreck" appears to be a mapping glitch, but it's kind of funny to look at.||08/05/2005||1,010|
|One of the two remainig Skystreaks on display at the Carolinas Aviation Museum at Charlotte - Douglas International (CLT / KCLT)||01/11/2007||543|
|Douglas DC-3, revolutionized air transport in the 1930s and 1940s||01/18/2008||394|
|Operator: Air Transport International - ATI|
Type: McDonnell Douglas DC-8-72CF
The Douglas DC-8 is a four-engined jet airliner, manufactured from 1958 to 1972. Launched later than the competing Boeing 707, the DC-8 nevertheless established Douglas in a strong position in the airliner market, and remained in production unt...
|Helicopter Wreck on roof at airport Frankfurt/Main, Germany|
Have also a look at the Planes, you can read the names of the airlines!
|The wreck of the SS Falcon. There's not much left of the iron structure but you can see it at low tide.||10/10/2010||1,222|
|Type: Douglas DC-7C|
Delivered new to Swissair as HB-IBP for CHF 9'935'000. It was the last DC-7C built! Sold to SAS on January 6th, 1962 as SE-CCH. Afterwards it flew with JAL-Japan Air Lines as JA6306 and then Spantax as EC-BBT. It is now stored next to the Aeroclub San Augustin in El Berriel, Spain
It served the Army Air Corps as 43-16369. Its Douglas construction number is 20835. Warbirds of America Squadron 14, Inc. has restored it as AC-47, 43-48770 Spooky.