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English: Douglas DC-4 Flying Dutchman from the Dutch Dakota Association. Details about the picture on the original wikipedia. Douglas DC-4 in Mönchengladbach
Deutsch: Douglas DC-4 Flying Dutchman der Dutch Dakota Association am 28. Februar 2003 am Flughafen Düsseldorf-Mönchengladbach. 1946 als ZS-AUA an South African Airways geliefert, anschließend bei südafrikanischen Luftwaffe im Einsatz. 1995 von der niederländischen Classic-Airline Dutch Dakota Association gekauft und Flying Dutchman genannt. Mitte 2003 an die südafrikanische Springbok Flying Safaris verleast. Selbst fotografiert von Arcturus
Date 12:54, 13 May 2006 (UTC)
Source german wikipedia, de:Bild:Douglas DC-4 Flying Dutchman.jpg
Author Arcturus
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