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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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The was sold to Japan, which was buying western aircraft for evaluation and technology transfer during this period. The design became the basis of the Nakajima bomber.

Douglas DC-4E

Picture of Douglas taken at In Flight, International Airspace by R.Scholefield Collection on ABPic

https://flic.kr/p/dTX1z9 | Chicago Midway Airport - Great Lakes Airlines - DC-4 | (21Apr57) (N65141) Great Lakes was a  Non-Scheduled Airline (many popped up after WW2 because of the availability of cheap surplus aircraft). This one ran from 1946-1962.

Great Lakes was a Non-Scheduled Airline (many popped up after because of the availability of cheap surplus aircraft).

Douglas DC-4 at the Pacific Coast Air Museum's "Wings Over Wine Country" Air Show held at the Charles M Schulz -Sonoma County Airport.

Douglas at the Pacific Coast Air Museum's "Wings Over Wine Country" Air Show held at the Charles M Schulz -Sonoma County Airport.

Seaboard * Western DC-4 "Frankfurt Trader", N1543V, refueling at Gander in 1951.

Seaboard and Western airlines - flew on one from Frankfurt to Dublin to Newfoundland to New York

G-ARYY 1 Douglas DC-4-1009 Channel Airways SEN 03SEP63

G-ARYY 1 Douglas DC-4-1009 Channel Airways SEN 03SEP63

KLM Asia PH-BFY Boeing 747-406M aircraft picture

Airline Jets flyby extremely LOW above Maho Beach moments before landing @ Saint Maarten Int'l Airport (SXM) Saint Martin, Caribbean Island.

KLM Douglas DC-8-55F PH-DCT "Pierre de Coubertin" arriving at New York-JFK, June 1964. (Photo: Jon Proctor)

KLM Douglas DC-8-55F PH-DCT "Pierre de Coubertin" arriving at New York-JFK, June 1964. (Photo: Jon Proctor)

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