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  • edit NC33324
    edited by Colin Douglas Howell 4 days ago diff
    Summary: Initial owner was United, not Northwest. "DC-3-314B" configuration is for Braniff and must be an error; guessed at a possible Northwest configuration. Fixed obvious typo in year. CAA is the U.S. Civil Aeronautics Authority, not an airline.
  • edit NC15586
    edited by Colin Douglas Howell 4 days ago diff
    Summary: Picky point: United Air Lines spelled out their name as three words rather than two at this time, and at least until the early 1970s.
  • edit NC16071
    edited by Colin Douglas Howell 4 days ago diff
    Summary: Picky point: United Air Lines spelled out their name as three words rather than two at this time, and at least until the early 1970s.
  • edit NC16071
    edited by Colin Douglas Howell 4 days ago diff
    Summary: Wikilink NC15586, since it has its own entry.

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  • edit NC15586
    edited by Colin Douglas Howell 4 days ago diff
    Summary: Wikilink NC16071, since it has its own entry.
  • edit NC16071
    edited by Colin Douglas Howell 4 days ago diff
    Summary: Background DC-3 is not with Caribbean Atlantic Airlines, but with Pennsylvania Central Airlines (PCA on rudder—also note "The Capital Airline" titling above windows).
  • edit NC15586
    edited by Colin Douglas Howell 4 days ago diff
    Summary: Background DC-3 is not with Caribbean Atlantic Airlines, but with Pennsylvania Central Airlines (PCA on rudder—also note "The Capital Airline" titling above windows).
  • edit NC15575
    edited by Colin Douglas Howell 4 days ago diff
    Summary: The DC-3 behind is not from AA; it's United Air Lines NC15586. United's red "Mainliner" titling can be dimly glimpsed on it. A later shot of the same scene, from a different angle shows the registration much more clearly.
  • new page Category:Bristol Blenheim
    created by SENIRAM
    New page: Bristol Blenheim Orthographic projection of the Blenheim Mk I(F), with profiles showing the Mk IV and Mk V variants Class...
    Summary: New
    Added categories: Aircraft List, Bristol Aeroplane Company
    Added photo:
  • edit G-BPIV
    edited by SENIRAM diff
    Summary: Ammended
    Added category: Bristol Blenheim


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