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Photo ID: 2316643
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Pan American Airways System - PAA (Historic Flight Foundation)
Douglas DC-3(C)
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USA - Wyoming, August 5, 2013
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N877MG (cn 20806) Historic Fligh Foundation's DC-3 cruising along at 10,500 feet enroute to Billings, Montana
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Photo ID: 2278862
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Pan American Airways System - PAA (Historic Flight Foundation)
Douglas DC-3(C)
Everett - Snohomish County / Paine Field (PAE / KPAE)
USA - Washington, May 18, 2013
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N877MG (cn 20806) The Historic Flight Foundation's newly acquired DC-3, on display at the Paine Field Aviation Day. This aircraft was built at Long Beach as USAAF 43-16340 and served with CNAC. Flown to Hong Kong at the end of the Chinese Civil War, it later returned to the US and was used by Johnson & Johnson as a corporate transport.
David Lednicer
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Photo ID: 2237543
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Pan American Airways System - PAA (Historic Flight Foundation)
Douglas DC-3(C)
Everett - Snohomish County / Paine Field (PAE / KPAE)
USA - Washington, March 2, 2013
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N877MG (cn 20806) The Historic Flight Foundation’s Pan Am DC-3 is just about to lift off on its inaugural flight as part of the collection. Keen observers might notice the telephone in the long rear-most window – this aircraft, at one time converted to a Super DC-3, served as an executive transport prior to a long period of storage and the subsequent restoration.
A. Kwanten
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Photo ID: 2148040
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Pan American Airways System - PAA
Consolidated 16-2 Commodore
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USA - Florida, 1931
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NC667M (cn 11) One of 14 Commodore flying boats bought by Pan Am from the NYRBA line in December 1930. Operated on the Miami to Santiago de Chile route via the east coast of Latin America. Obtained from Pan Am 60 years ago.
RAScholefield Collection
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Photo ID: 2032554
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Pan American Airways System - PAA
Boeing 314A
La Guardia - Marine Terminal
USA - New York, 1942
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NC186** This Boeing 314A wears wartime overall grey markings with a large US flag on the central fin. It is taking off from the La Guardia Marine Terminal with LGA's distinctive hangars in the background. Obtained from PAA 60 years ago.
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Photo ID: 2012486
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Pan American Airways System - PAA
Boeing 314
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USA - New York, 1940
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NC18604 / 20 (cn 1991) One of Pan American's incomparable Boeing 314s takes off near New York. The name "Atlantic Clipper" has been deleted and replaced by "No. 20". She served on Atlantic routes from delivery in March 1939. To US Navy as 48226 but still operated by Pan Am. Returned to PAA and last known flight to Foynes, Ireland was on 18 August 1945. Scrapped in 1946, none of the twelve 314s built survives. Obtained from PAA 60 years ago.
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