Douglas DC-3 Dakota

The most successful and well-loved airliner ever built, the DC-3 first flew in 1935, and became a mainstay of world civil aviation in the forties and fifties. Sixty years later, more than 400 remained in service. This particular aircraft was built in 1942 as a military C-47 Skytrain for the US Army Air Force, before being converted to DC-3 specification. It was last used for charter work before being laid up in 1986. Kindly donated by Mr. Nedim Sulyak. L: 19.66 m W: 28.96 m H: 5.16 m