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423 viewsAirline: TWAType: DC-2Registration: N13711Airport: SQICity: Rock FallsState: IllinoisCountry: USADate Taken: July 26, 2010A private time with a rare aircraft during this early morning shoot. Between 7 and 9am the ramp became inundated with various photographers from around the world here to catch the great rays, clear skies, and vintage machines!
389 viewsAirline: TWAType: DC-2Registration: NC12411Airport: SQICity: Rock FallsState: IllinoisCountry: USADate Taken: July 25th, 2010Distinctive nose section of one of the rare Douglas DC-2 aircraft still flyable in TWA colors. You can see the thinner fuselage compared to the DC-3. This DC-2 was the highlight ship of the show, actually left ahead of the DC-3 formation.
391 viewsAirline: Seattle Museum of Flight - based VNYType: DC-2Registration: NC13711Airport: SQICity: Rock FallsState: IllinoisCountry: USADate Taken: July 26, 2010A special visitor to "The Last Time" was TWA DC-2 piloted by Clay Lacy. This Douglas DC-2 is one of only two examples remaining in the world. The aircraft has a MGTOW of only 19,200 pounds, and is flown normally around 14,000 pounds. It holds 600 gallons of fuel, and can remain airborne for almost 8 hours. The aircraft has rarely been seen in flight at any airshows since 1985, and has never been to Oshkosh for AirVenture.
338 viewsAirline: Candler Field ExpressType: DC-3Registration: N28AAAirport: CCOCity: NewnanState: GeorgiaCountry: USADate Taken: April 16, 2010Looking forward to seeing more of this sight during this years Oshkosh airshow. There is to be about 50 DC-3's there for the 75th anniversary of the bird. I've heard that the DC-2 will fly in as well!
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