Forgotten Aircraft: The Douglas DC-4E

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Documentary (2007)

Production:
Bomberguy Aviation History

Short documentary on an aircraft developed from the commitment of five US airlines company with Douglas Aircraft for a four-engine transport named DC-4E.

Also from this series:
Forgotten Aircraft documentaries

Douglas DC-4E

Registration NX18100, c/n 1601.

Douglas DC-4E of Douglas Aircraft.
Douglas DC-4E of Douglas Aircraft.
Douglas DC-4E of Douglas Aircraft.
Douglas DC-4E of Douglas Aircraft.
Douglas DC-4E of Douglas Aircraft.


Douglas DC-4E

Registration NC18100, c/n 1601. After testing, it was handed over to United in 1939 for airline trials.

Douglas DC-4E with United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-4E with United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-4E with United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-4E with United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-4E with United Air Lines.

Nakajima G5N

It settled on the American Douglas DC-4E airliner. Six airframes built.

Nakajima G5N.
Nakajima G5N.

Designed as a bomber, only four were put into service as long range transport for the Navy as Nakajima G5N2-L.

Nakajima G5N.

Nakajima G5N & Mitsubishi A6M Zero

Nakajima G5N.


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