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Valet parking for planes at Museum of Flight

The Seattle Times - Nov 15, 2016
It's human-horsepower in repositioning a rare Douglas DC-2 in the Aviation Pavilion at the Museum of Flight so two more aircraft can be brought into it. Adding more aircraft to the pavilion required some shifting around. (Alan Berner/The Seattle Times).

TBT (Throwback Thursday) in Aviation History: Northeast Airlines

AirlineGeeks.com (blog) - Jun 9, 2017
During the second World War, the airline operated contracts for the U.S. military across the Atlantic, using Douglas DC-2 and DC-3 aircraft. The flights made stops in Newfoundland, Greenland, Iceland, and Scotland. The U.S. government used Northeast asĀ ...

Ford Lauderdale Air Show turns South Florida skies into a grand spectacle

Florida Trend - Apr 25, 2017
By 1933 it was outdated by more modern designs such as the Boeing 247 and the Douglas DC-2. By then Henry Ford had lost some of his enthusiasm for aviation after his chief test pilot died in a crash. Germany, however, continued to refine the trimotorĀ ...

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Uiver Team X Douglas DC-2 Review

Crosswind operations in a Douglas DC-2. In association with http://www.siminsider.com In the late 1920s, the Fokker F.10 Trimotor was the workhorse of a ...

Douglas DC-2

Douglas DC-2 located at Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company Inc. Serial Number 1368, Year 1934.

Douglas DC 2

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Douglas DC-2 Parking at the Museum of Flight

Just a small snippet of the plane parking after doing a high-speed taxi. Shot from a tour bus that was passing nearby on a tour of Boeing Field.

Douglas DC-2 engine pull-through

Pulling through an engine on the Lindbergh Line DC-2 ... did not start. At the Museum of Flight at Boeing Field. The box underneath the wing was blasting \