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The Douglas DC-3 is a flying legend. Today, it is still considered the most successful aircraft of all time. The DC-3 made its maiden flight on December 17, 1935, from Santa Monica Airfield in California. The aircraft was characterized above all by its safety, robustness and high cost-effectiveness. The DC-3 dominated civil and military aviation for many years from the year of its introduction.

Because of its robustness, the DC-3 was used on all fronts during World War II. It was used as a transport, tow plane, air ambulance and passenger aircraft. In the American armed forces, it had many names and designations: C-41, C-47, C-48, C-49, C-50, C-51, C-52, C-53, C-68, C-84, C-117, Skytrain and Skytrooper, and in the U.S. Navy it was called R4D. In the Royal Air Force, the aircraft was used under the designation "Dakota".

During the Berlin Airlift, the DC-3 won the hearts of Berlin's children between blood, tears and sweat by dropping sweets. The DC-3 was affectionately called the Raisin Bomber and became world famous. Today, the nostalgic aircraft is known as the "Grande Dame of the skies". The restored DC-3 wears the magnificent original Swissair color dress from the 1930s. The unmistakably deep hum of the Pratt & Whitney piston engines still proclaims the incredible success story of the Douglas DC-3.

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The Douglas DC-3 is a flying legend. Today, it is still considered the most successful aircraft of all time. The DC-3 made its maiden flight on December 17, 1935, from Santa Monica Airfield in California. The aircraft was characterized above all by its safety, robustness and high cost-effectiveness. The DC-3 dominated civil and military aviation for many years from the year of its introduction.

Because of its robustness, the DC-3 was used on all fronts during World War II. It was used as a transport, tow plane, air ambulance and passenger aircraft. In the American armed forces, it had many names and designations: C-41, C-47, C-48, C-49, C-50, C-51, C-52, C-53, C-68, C-84, C-117, Skytrain and Skytrooper, and in the U.S. Navy it was called R4D. In the Royal Air Force, the aircraft was used under the designation "Dakota".

During the Berlin Airlift, the DC-3 won the hearts of Berlin's children between blood, tears and sweat by dropping sweets. The DC-3 was affectionately called the Raisin Bomber and became world famous. Today, the nostalgic aircraft is known as the "Grande Dame of the skies". The restored DC-3 wears the magnificent original Swissair color dress from the 1930s. The unmistakably deep hum of the Pratt & Whitney piston engines still proclaims the incredible success story of the Douglas DC-3.

Unique masterpieces from Atelier Sidus Switzerland
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