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Photo ID: 1810841
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Naples Airlines & Provincetown-Boston Airline
Douglas DC-3(A)
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, February 7, 1971
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N35PB (cn 2216) Built in May 1940 for American Als as a right-hand door DST (Douglas Sleeper Transport). Impressed by USAAF as C-49E 42-56104. Converted to left-hand door with Braniff by August 1952. With N-PBA from March 1970 with possibly the longest fuselage titles ever!
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Photo ID: 1063581
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Lockheed 10-A Electra
Oakland - Metropolitan Oakland International (OAK / KOAK)
USA - California, May 12, 2006
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N38BB (cn 1026) A sistership of Amelia Earhart's Electra 10E (hers was cn 1055), undergoing restoration at the Western Aerospace Museum.
David Lednicer
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Photo ID: 0981108
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Naples Airlines & Provincetown-Boston Airline
Douglas C-53B Skytrooper (DC-3)
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, February 1974
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N32PB (cn 4827) Ex USAAF 41-20057, built as a C-53 for the USAAF, later to C-53B. Other regns include NC34951, N832PB and N122CA. Poised for takeoff on 9R.
Bob Garrard
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Photo ID: 0732289
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Naples Airlines & Provincetown-Boston Airline
Douglas C-53B Skytrooper (DC-3)
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, February 1974
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N32PB (cn 4827) Ex USAAF 41-20057, built as a C-53 for the USAAF. Other regns include NC34951, N832PB and N122CA. Note a bit of down elavator applied to hold it on the main gear.
Bob Garrard
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Photo ID: 0594473
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Douglas DC-3(C)
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, June 19, 1974
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N33PB (cn 4944) Seen in the livery of joint airline Naples Airlines / Provincetown Boston Airline. PBA set up Naples Airlines in the 1950s to shorten the long journey times by road between Naples and Miami. N33PB started life years earlier as 42-6492, a C-53 with the USAAF.
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Photo ID: 0594472
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Douglas DC-3A
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, June 19, 1974
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N136PB (cn 1997) This PBA-Naples Airlines DC-3 has since reverted to it's original commercial registration NC18121, first applied after service with the USAAF as 42-56630. Allegedly, she has the highest number of airframe hours of any known DC-3...an incredible 91,402 hours at last count! No doubt, when this shot was taken in 1974 she had a few less hours on her logbook!
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