Three legendary US planes from WW2: Consolidated B-24 Liberator, Douglas DC-4, and Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress.

United States planes in echelon formation. From the top: Boeing Flying Fortress Douglas Transport; Consolidated Liberator (B

1950 ♦ June 12 – An Air France Douglas DC-4 (F-BBDE) on a flight from Saigon to Paris crashes in the Arabian Sea while on approach to Bahrain Airport, killing 46 of 52 on board.

1950 ♦ June 12 – An Air France Douglas (F-BBDE) on a flight from Saigon to Paris crashes in the Arabian Sea while on approach to Bahrain Airport, killing 46 of 52 on board.

Douglas DC-4 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1947 ♦ February 15 – An Avianca Douglas crashes into Mount El Tabalazo due to pilot error, killing all 53 passengers and crew on board.

santa fe skyway airline | The Douglas DC-4

One of five surplus purchased by the ATSF in 1947 for air freight operations.

N500EJ - Private Douglas DC-4 photo (3059 views)

N500EJ - Private Douglas DC-4 photo (3059 views)

Douglas DC-4-1009 - South African Airways (Historic Flight) | Aviation Photo #2190309 | Airliners.net

Douglas DC-4-1009 - South African Airways (Historic Flight) | Aviation Photo #2190309 | Airliners.net

Northwest Airlines Douglas DC-4

July Northwest Airlines flies the first commercial passenger flight from the U. to Japan, using The Manila, a Douglas aircraft, by way of Anchorage

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