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Photo ID: 2214764
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American Overseas Airlines
Lockheed L-049 Constellation
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USA - Unknown State, 1946
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NC90922 (cn 2052) "Flagship Copenhagen" served AOA from delivery in March 1946 until sale to Pan American in September 1950. Later XA-MAG and PP-PDP. From AOA 60 years ago.
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Photo ID: 2218308
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Garuda Indonesia
Convair 240-23
Jakarta - Kemayoran (JKT/WIID)
Indonesia, 1951
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PK-GCH (cn 177) "Kutilang" served Garuda from October 1950 until sale to the USA in September 1961. This view when under maintenance clearly shows the clamshell arrangement of the engine cowling. From Garuda 50 years ago.
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Photo ID: 2221022
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American Airlines
Convair 240-0
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USA - California, 1949
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N94204 (cn 8) "Flagship Detroit" was delivered to American Airlines on 15 December 1948. It was sold for executive use in October 1959, being written off in a belly landing in April 1977 when N10AV. From American 60 years ago.
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Photo ID: 2214701
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Pennsylvania Central Airlines
Douglas DC-3-313
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USA - Unknown State, October 1939
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NC21786 (cn 2168) Delivered to Penn Central on 24 October 1939. Wears "The Capital Fleet" titling beneath its cockpit windows - and the firm formally changed its name to Capital Airlines in April 1948 to match its main base at Washington's DCA airport. From Douglas 60 years ago.
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Photo ID: 2218441
Views: 3009
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Canadian Pacific Airlines
Fairchild 100-B
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Canada - Unknown Province, 1943
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CF-BUA (cn 6608) Built in 1930 as a Model 100 and subsequently modified to 100-B. The type is sometimes referred to as the Pilgrim 100. Ex NC712Y. From CPAL 60 years ago.
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Photo ID: 2216005
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Pan American-Grace Airways - Panagra
Douglas DC-2-118A
Santa Monica - Municipal (SMO)
USA - California, August 31, 1934
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NC14268 (cn 1301) A pre-delivery image of Panagra's first DC-2. This provides a good view of the DC-2's slimmer fuselage, propellors and engine cowlings; also the nose landing light arrangement. From Douglas 60 years ago.
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Photo ID: 2216004
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USA - Unknown State, 1933
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NC349N (cn 12) Three-seat amphibian powered by a 100 h.p. Kinner K-5 engine. Named "The Beachcomber". One of 25 built under licence from Savoia by the American Aeronautical Co of Port Washington NY in 1929. Photo obtained 60 years ago.
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