FAA donates last DC-3 to Texas Air & Space Museum

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(Photo thatguyeric (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0))

The Federal Aviation Administration has donated its last operational Douglas DC-3, registered N34, to the Texas Air & Space Museum. The aircraft, built in 1945, flew in a low level flyby and then landed at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport where it taxied to the English Field Aviation hangar in Amarillo, Texas.


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1 comment

  1. Well, crap. I’ve seen N34 shoot approaches. Not the same to see the FAA’s Challenger do the same.

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