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Photo ID: 1980369
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Ozark Air Lines (Thomas Kirby)
Douglas DC-3(C)
Marathon - The Florida Keys Marathon (MTH)
USA - Florida, August 5, 2011
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N763A (cn 4894) Just before flying a Pitts, I encountered this very rare aircraft. I just couldn't resist walking towards it. And as this is my first picture on A.net, with a plane like this, it's a nice way to start! I would also like to thank Olmo Müller for the editing of the photo.
Peter Paul Engel
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Photo ID: 1639649
Views: 3643
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Ozark Air Lines (Thomas Kirby)
Douglas DC-3(C)
Marathon - The Florida Keys Marathon (MTH)
USA - Florida, December 7, 2009
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N763A (cn 4894) Formerly owned by the Prairie Aviation Museum in Bloomington, IL. Acquired by Tom Kirby and flown to Marathon, FL in April 2009.
Adam Samu - AIRportal Hungary
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Photo ID: 1122503
Views: 4526
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Ozark Air Lines (Prairie Aviation Museum)
Douglas DC-3(C)
Bloomington / Normal - Central Illinois Regional (BMI / KBMI)
USA - Illinois, July 23, 2006
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N763A (cn 4894) Owned by the Prairie Aviation Museum. The #2 engine was in the process of being removed after suffering a failure a few days before
Ralph M. Pettersen
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Photo ID: 0931058
Views: 7424
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Ozark Air Lines (Prairie Aviation Museum)
Douglas DC-3(C)
Racine - John H. Batten (RAC / KRAC)
USA - Wisconsin, September 11, 2005
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N763A (cn 4894) Super closeup shot of this beautiful airliner, shot at 1/60 second for some nice prop spin! The First Officer seems to be enjoying the ride!
Flightline Aviation Media - Bruce Leibowitz
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Photo ID: 0926005
Views: 3409
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Ozark Air Lines (Prairie Aviation Museum)
Douglas DC-3(C)
In Flight
USA - Wisconsin, September 11, 2005
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N763A (cn 4894) This was an extremely rare opportunity for me to ride aboard a classic DC3. Here you can see the wide expanse of the wing as we fly over the Vulcan Materials Company rock quarry on short final to runway 22 at the John Batten Airport in Racine. Note that the flaps on the DC3 wing are underneath the wing.
Flightline Aviation Media - Bruce Leibowitz
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Photo ID: 0925817
Views: 3447
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Ozark Air Lines (Prairie Aviation Museum)
Douglas DC-3(C)
In Flight
USA - Wisconsin, September 11, 2005
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N763A (cn 4894) Plenty of rivets on a DC3 wing! We're turning to final approach crossing the Lake Michigan shoreline with the Racine Lighthouse visible at the very top.
Flightline Aviation Media - Bruce Leibowitz
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Photo ID: 0924929
Views: 4978
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Ozark Air Lines (Prairie Aviation Museum)
Douglas DC-3(C)
Racine - John H. Batten (RAC / KRAC)
USA - Wisconsin, September 11, 2005
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N763A (cn 4894) A beautiful example of a classic airliner. This one was built March 11, 1942 and served the military through World War 2 (serial 41-20124). Flown by Continental Airlines, 1947 - 1953 (NC73727); and Southern Airways 1949 - 1966 (N70SA). Acquired by Prairie Aviation Museum in 1984 and restored in the Ozark colors but never actually flew passengers for Ozark.
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Photo ID: 0924928
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Ozark Air Lines (Prairie Aviation Museum)
Douglas DC-3(C)
Racine - John H. Batten (RAC / KRAC)
USA - Wisconsin, September 11, 2005
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N763A (cn 4894) Here's a glimpse back in time to a passenger airliner cabin as it would have looked in the 1950s, restored by the Prairie Aviation Museum in Bloomington, IL.
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Photo ID: 0605924
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Ozark Air Lines (Prairie Aviation Museum)
Douglas DC-3(C)
Peoria - Greater Peoria Regional (PIA / KPIA)
USA - Illinois, August 2002
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N763A (cn 4894) Owned by the Prairie Aviation Museum Inc.of Bloomington, Illinois. Engine problems forced a divert into Peoria with the number two engine feathered
Gary Chambers
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