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Pan American Airways - Fleet List and Airframe Histories - The Douglas Prop Fleet

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Last Update: 12 April 2013

The following database is organized by the era in which the aircraft was operated, the aircraft type and the registration number. Although it generally follows the time line of Pan Am, it is not intended to be a chronological list of aircraft acquisitions.

Note that this database does not include the Douglas DC-8 or the Douglas DC-10. Please refer to "The Jet Age" database for the DC-8 and DC-10 fleet listings.


Douglas DC-2

NC 13723, Douglas DC-2-112, notes: C/n 1249, originally delivered to Transcontinental and Western Airlines (TWA) in August 1934, registered NC 13723. It was then purchased by Pan Am on 26 June 1937. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-BJM. It was later operated by Pan American Airways - Africa. This aircraft was bought by the British Overseas Airways Corporation but instead went to the Royal Air Force, flown by No. 117 Squadron and later by No. 31 Squadron. It was then purchased by the Defense Supply Corporation and designated a Douglas C-32A, Serial Number 42-53528. On 24 July 1942, this DC-2 crashed near Bangalore, India.

NC 13729, Douglas DC-2-112, notes: C/n 1255, originally delivered to Transcontinental and Western Airlines (TWA) on 4 September 1934, registered NC 13729, It was then purchased by Pan Am on 17 June 1937. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to PANAGRA, carrying the fleet number of P-35. Impressed into the United States Army Air Force during World War Two, this aircraft was returned to Pan Am after the war and assigned to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-BJL. The airframe was scrapped in July 1947, with some of the components going to the Peruvian Government Training School.

NC 14215, Douglas DC-2, notes: C/n ?, apparently delivered to Pan Am in 1936, assigned to operate in Alaska. The history of this DC-2 is rather vague and its ultimate fate is not known.

NC 14268, Douglas DC-2-118A, notes: C/n 1301, delivered to Pan Am on 27 August 1934. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to PANAGRA with the fleet number P-28. Named Santa Ana. This aircraft was the first Douglas DC-2 in the Pan Am fleet. The airframe was damaged beyond repair on 31 July 1944, at Arajuno, Ecuador.

NC 14269, Douglas DC-2-188A, notes: C/n 1302, delivered to Pan Am on 8 September 1934. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to China National Aviation Corporation, with the fleet number 24. This aircraft crashed on 25 December 1936, at Nanking, China. One source indicates that this DC-2 was actually operated by CNAC until 8 December 1941, when it was destroyed by a Japanese air attack while on the ground at Hong Kong.

NC 14270, Douglas DC-2-118A, notes: C/n 1303, delivered to Pan Am on 8 September 1934. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to PANAGRA, with the fleet number P-29. Named the San Martin. This aircraft was removed from service in 1935. This DC-2 was scrapped in July 1947, with some of the components going to the Peruvian Government Training School.

NC 14271, Douglas DC-2-118B, notes: C/n 1304, delivered to Pan Am on 20 September 1934. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-BJI. It was transferred to the Royal Air Force’s No. 31 Squadron on 17 April 1941. This aircraft may have been returned to Pan Am. Another source indicates that the RAF simply left this DC-2 in Iraq, where Pan Am simply resumed ownership. The fate of the airframe is not known.

NC 14272, Douglas DC-2-118A, notes: C/n 1305, delivered to Pan Am on 12 September 1934. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to PANAGRA, with the fleet number P-30. Named the Santa Lucia. On 19 June 1938, this DC-2 crashed on Mount Mercedario, Chile. The wreck was not found until February 1941. (Thanks to Michel Brisebois for correcting this entry.)

NC 14273, Douglas DC-2-118B, notes: C/n 1306, delivered to Pan Am on 9 October 1934. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-BKO. Another source indicates that this aircraft was actually assigned to PANAGRA. In any case, this DC-2 crashed at Guatemala City on 10 October 1936, and the airframe was presumably written off.

NC 14290, Douglas DC-2-118B, notes: C/n 1350, delivered to Pan Am in 1935. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to China National Aviation Corporation. The history of this aircraft is vague, but it appears it went to the Royal Air Force’s No. 31 Squadron on 14 April 1941, and later to No. 117 Squadron. The ultimate fate of this DC-2 is not known.

NC 14291, Douglas DC-2-118B, notes: C/n 1351, delivered to Pan Am on January 1935. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to China National Aviation Corporation, although it appears that it never made the transfer to China. On 29 May 1939, it was transferred to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PAY, and later, on 26 November 1942, to PLUNA. It was registered CX-AEF, and named Espirito de Las Americas. This DC-2 was later sold to a private party on 26 December 1951, and registered LV-AHI. It crashed on 2 December 1954, at Villa Harding Airport, in Argentina, when the pilot lost control of the aircraft during takeoff. The airframe was presumably written off.

NC 14292, Douglas DC-2-118A, notes: C/n 1352, delivered to Pan Am in January 1935. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to PANAGRA, with the fleet number P-31. This aircraft was named Santa Silvia. It crashed near Lima, Peru in 1942. The airframe was presumably written off.

NC 14295, Douglas DC-2-118B, notes: C/n 1367, delivered to Pan Am on 15 March 1935. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-BJG. On 25 September 1941, it was reassigned to Pan Am and operated in Africa, with the registration U.S. 10. It was then bought by the British Overseas Airways Corporation, registered G-AGCK, but never actually taken up. Instead it went to the Royal Air Force, as AX769, and was operated by the Royal Air Force’s No. 31 Squadron and No. 117 Squadron. On 17 May 1942, this DC-2 was returned to the U. S. military and re-designated a Douglas C-32A, serial Number 42-53532. This C-32A was damaged in a landing accident at Lahore on 27 September 1942, and ultimately struck off charge at Bangalore on 1 April 1943. The ultimate fate of this DC-2 (C-32A) is not known.

NC 14296, Douglas DC-2-118B, notes: C/n 1368, delivered to Pan Am 0n 13 March 1935. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-BJL. Some sources indicate that this aircraft was originally delivered to Transcontinental and Western Airways and then to Pan Am in 1940, and still later went to the Royal Air Force. This information is not confirmed. This DC-2 apparently spent much of its early history in Latin America, being operated by Aviacion de Guatemala, registered as LG-ACA on 28 November 1940, and then to Aviateca in March 1945, registered TG-ACA. On 5 September 1952, it was purchased by the Johnson Flying Service, located in Missoula, Montana. It was reportedly still operational in the 1970s. This DC-2 is currently on the United States registry as N1934D, and is on display at the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington.

NC 14297, Douglas DC-2-118B, notes: C/n 1369, delivered to Pan Am on 19 March 1935. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to the China National Aviation Corporation, with the fleet number CNAC #14, and the name Nanking. Although the ultimate fate of the airframe is not known, it is thought that it was destroyed on 8 December 1941 during the Japanese attack on Hong Kong. Please also see C/n 1568

NC 14298, Douglas DC-2-118A, notes: C/n 1370, delivered to Pan Am on 29 March 1935. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to PANAGRA, with the fleet number P-32. It was named Santa Elena. This DC-2 crashed on 23 August 1937, at a location 20 miles north of San Luis, Argentina . The airframe was presumably written off.

NC 14950, Douglas DC-2-118B, notes: C/n 1371, delivered to Pan Am on 15 November 1935. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-BKY. It appears that during World War Two, this DC-2 was transferred to the Royal Air Force, and then later returned to Pan Am and operated under Air Transport Command control. One source states that this DC-2 may have gone to the Royal Air Force in May 1941, assigned to the Royal Air Force’s No. 31 Squadron, and operated in the Middle East, prior to going back to Pan Am. The ultimate fate of this DC-2 is not known.

NC 14978, Douglas DC-2-172, notes: C/n 1408, originally delivered to Transcontinental and Western Airways (TWA), and later delivered to Pan Am in May 1937. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-BKQ. This registration was later cancelled, and the ultimate fate of this DC-2 is not known.

NC 16048, Douglas DC-2-190, notes: C/n 1586, delivered to Pan Am on 25 May 1937. It appears that this aircraft, to be assigned to the China National Aviation Corporation, was not actually delivered due to Japanese military operations in China. It was apparently soon sold off or perhaps never actually purchased. One source indicates that this DC-2 was actually bought by a Captain G. Whittell on 11 August 1936, named The Thunderbird, and operated by the Nevada Exploration Company. The registration was cancelled in 1940. The ultimate fate of this DC-2 is not known.

NC 16049, Douglas DC-2-172, notes: C/n 1599, originally delivered to Transcontinental and Western Airlines on 22 May 1936, fleet number 331. Pan Am purchased this DC-2 on 25 May 1937, and assigned it to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-BKV. It later went to Aviacion de Guatemala on 28 November 1940, registered LG-ABA, and then to Aviateca in March 1945. This DC-2 was last reported as withdrawn from use in July 1947, and stored at La Aurora Airport, Guatemala City, Guatemala. The ultimate fate of this DC-2 is not known.

NC 30076, Douglas DC-2-124, notes: C/n 1324, originally delivered to the Cities Service Oil Company, registered NC 1000, on 5 October 1934. This aircraft flew in the 1936 Bendix Trophy Race. This DC-2 was delivered to Pan Am in 1939, assigned to PANAGRA, and registered PP-PAZ. It was later sold to PLUNA, in Uruguay, on 25 November 1942, registered CX-AEG. On 18 January 1946, this DC-2 was damaged beyond repair while on the ground in a storm, and was apparently written off. Another source indicates that his DC-2 may have survived into the early 1950s, being operated as a smuggler, when it was impounded, later sold and broken up for parts. The ultimate fate of this DC-2 is not known.

No Registration, Douglas DC-2-221, notes: C/n 1567, delivered to Pan Am on 18 May 1937. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to the China National Aviation Corporation. This DC-2 was delivered directly to China, and never assigned a United States registration. It may have carried the fleet number CNAC 31, and named Chungshan. Records are conflicting with those of C/n 1568, but it appears that this aircraft crashed at Kunming on 14 March 1942. The airframe was presumably written off.

No Registration, Douglas DC-2-221, notes: C/n 1568, delivered to Pan Am on 30 May 1937. Pan Am assigned this DC-2 to the China National Aviation Corporation. This aircraft was delivered directly to China, and never assigned a United States registration. It is thought to be CNAC # 32, with the name Kweilin. One source indicates that on 24 August 1938, this DC-2 was attacked by Japanese fighters and forced down just north of Macao. It was salvaged, rebuilt and reassigned CNAC # 39, now named Chungking. Records are conflicting, but it appears that on 29 October 1940 (or possibly 14 March 1942), this DC-2 was again attacked, forced down and crashed at Kunming. This time the airframe was destroyed on the ground. There is some confusion that indicates that this incident may have actually happened to C/n 1369.


Douglas DC-3

NC 14283, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-47 Skytrain), notes: C/n 19667, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-47A-80-DL Serial Number 43-15201, on 18 February 1944. It was purchased by Pan Am in November 1945. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to SASHA, and registered XH-SAA. This DC-3 crashed on 6 January 1959, at Guatemala City. Further details - via Mr. Paul J. Holsen II - indicates that this DC-3 actually crashed in the Pena Blanca Mountains of Guatemala. The pilot, who Mr. Holsen knew, was Captain Alberto Alvarado.

NC 14967, Douglas DC-3A notes: C/n 2190, delivered to Pan Am in April 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to PANAGRA. Pan Am sold it on 6 March 1955 to Northeast Airlines. It was later operated by Lake Central Airlines, and finally by Houston Aviation Products. The airframe was reportedly broken up for parts.

NC 14996, Douglas DC-3A notes: C/n 2191, delivered to Pan Am in April 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to PANAGRA, with the fleet number P-42. Pan Am sold this aircraft on 6 December 1954 to the Beldex Corporation, after which it was operated by several companies. This DC-3 was last noted as withdrawn from use at Boscobel, Jamaica in September 1996.

NC 15582, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53 Skytrain) notes: C/n 7317, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-47375, on 29 June 1942. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, it was first leased by Pan Am and then purchased outright on 15 September 1949. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to SASHA, registered XH-SAD. It was sold on 6 June 1955, to a private individual. Over the years, this DC-3 was operated by a wide variety of firms including Lake Central Airlines, Island Flying Service and Florida Airways. It was reported as still operational in October 1990, at McAllen, Texas. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 17316, Douglas DC-3B, notes: C/n 1931, originally delivered to Transcontinental and Western Airways on 7 June 1937. This aircraft was impressed by the U.S. Army Air Force on 1 June 1942. It was configured as a Douglas C-49F - Serial Number 42-56620. It was purchased by Pan Am in 1944, and called the Ciudad de Nogales. Some records indicate that this DC-3 was also assigned to Aeronaves de Mexico, called the Ciudad de Durango, and registered XA-GUF. After Pan Am it appears that this aircraft was still in operation until 1977. The ultimate fate of this Douglas DC-3 is not known.

NC 18109, Douglas DC-3, notes: The history of this registration number is vague and sometimes conflicting. One source indicates that NC 18109 was assigned to a Douglas DC-3, C/n 11871, which was delivered to Pan Am in 1945. However, another source indicates that C/n 11871 was actually a Douglas C-47A-1-DK, Serial Number 42-92107, which was never operated by Pan Am. Finally, an additional source lists the registration NC 18109 as a Douglas DST-A-207, C/n 1957, originally delivered to United Air Lines on 3 August 1937. On 28 May 1942, it was taken over by the U. S. military and re-designated a Douglas C-48B, Serial Number 42-56090. Although the date is not certain, it appears that after World War Two, this aircraft - again assigned the registration NC 18109 - was bought by Pan Am, and then sold to Avianca, first registered C-142, and then HK-142. This Douglas DST - DC-3 - crashed on 2 April 1951, at the Techo Airport, Bogotá, Columbia.

NC 18113, Douglas DC-3-228, notes: C/n 1989, delivered to Pan Am on 1 October 1937. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-BLN. One source indicates that this Douglas DC-3 was later operated by Avianca, registered C-105. On 27 January 1947, it was bought by V. A. Bahiana, registered PP-BHF. This registration was apparently cancelled on 27 January 1950, however the fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 18114, Douglas DC-3-228, notes: C/n 1990, delivered to Pan Am on 12 October 1937. This Douglas DC-3 crashed on 15 July 1938, near the Ituzaingo Airport, Moron, Argentina.

NC 18115, Douglas DC-3-228, notes: C/n 1991, delivered to Pan Am in October 1937. This registration was cancelled in 1939, and the fate of this Douglas DC-3 is not known.

NC 18116, Douglas DC-3-228, notes: C/n 1992, delivered to Pan Am on 6 October 1937. It briefly flew for Avianca, registered C-104, then on 24 December 1947, this DC-3 went to V. A Bahiana, registered PP-ANN. It was later operated by Transportes Aereos Nacional, REAL and VARIG, before being withdrawn from use in 1969. It was broken up in May 1970, however portions of this DC-3 are reportedly in a play ground in the city of Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil.

NC 18117, Douglas DC-3-228, notes: C/n 1993, delivered to Pan Am on 8 October 1937. It was later assigned to Pan Am - Africa on 17 November 1941. This DC-3 was then transferred to the Royal Air Force - as a Douglas C-49H, Serial Number 42-38254 - on 14 March 1942. It crashed on 19 April 1942, at Freetown, Sierra Leone.

NC 18118, Douglas DC-3-228, notes: C/n 1994, delivered to Pan Am on 12 October 1937. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to PANAGRA. On 23 August 1952, it was bought by Robinson Airlines, and registered N402D. This DC-3 was later operated by a number of operators before being broken in 1965, at Cape Town, South Africa. Portions of the airframe are reportedly being used as a club house at Malan Airport, Cape Town.

NC 18119, Douglas DC-3-229, notes: C/n 1995, delivered to Pan Am on 1 October 1937.Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to PANAGRA. On 23 August 1952, it was bought by Robinson Airlines, and registered N403D. This Douglas DC-3 was later operated by a wide variety of operators, including SMB Stage Lines and Rhoades International, well into the 1980s. On 7 June 1991, it was purchased by the Kbely Museum, Prague, Czech Republic. Later, on 20 September 2003, this Douglas DC-3 was moved to the corporate offices of Czech Airlines, carrying the registration OK-XDM.

NC 18646, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53 Skytrain), notes: C/n 11684, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53D-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-68757, on 24 April 1943. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 10 April 1945, this Douglas DC-3 was leased to Western Airlines. It crashed on 13 November 1946, near the town of Lebec, California. The airframe was apparently rebuilt, after which it was leased to Pan Am, who in turn assigned it to Cubana, registered CU-P266. This DC-3 was lost without a trace on 22 October 1958, on a flight from Cao Mambi to Moa Bay, Cuba.

NC 18936, Douglas DC-3-229, notes: C/n 2011, delivered to Pan Am on 19 October 1937. This DC-3 was assigned to PANAGRA. Pan Am sold this Douglas DC-3 to Robinson. On 4 September 1950, it crashed at the Oneida County Airport, Utica, New York.

NC 18937, Douglas DC-3-228, notes: C/n 2012, delivered to Pan Am on 15 November 1937. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to PANAGRA. On 7 August 1942, it was reassigned to Avianca, registered C-100. On 24 December 1947, Pan Am sold this aircraft to a private firm. Over the years it was flown by a large number of operators including the Argentine Army. This DC-3 was withdrawn from use in August 1982 and used as a cafe, until it was finally broken up in 1999.

NC 19118, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53D-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 11704, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-68776, on 12 May 1943. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 12 Dec 1944. Pan Am leased this DC-3 on 25 April 1945, and later bought it outright in August 1949. One source indicates that Pan Am operated this DC-3 into the mid-1960s, assigning it to Avianca, who registered the aircraft on 20 December 1966, as HK-1340. This DC-3 was then sold on 19 October 1973, to Taxi Aereo el Venado. It then flew for a number of Latin American airlines. Finally, on 6 June 1985, while being operated by LACOL, this DC-3 crashed shortly after takeoff from Villavicencio.

NC 19912, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53D-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 11716, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-68789, on 25 May 1943. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 18 Dec 1944. Pan Am leased this DC-3 in 1945, and later bought it outright in August 1949, assigning it to PANAGRA. This DC-3 was later leased to Treasure Cay Ltd in July 1963. After being returned off lease, Pan Am assigned it to Avianca, registered HK-1341X. On 29 July 1972, this DC-3 was involved in a mid-air collision with another Avianca DC-3 over Las Palomas, Colombia.

NC 19914, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53D-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 11748, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-68821, on 28 June 1943. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 22 December 1944. Pan Am leased this DC-3 on 22 January 1945, and later bought it outright on 25 May 1945. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion in July 1947, registered XA-FIL This DC-3 reportedly was sold off in the late 1960s to Aerovias del Sur. It was last noted as derelict in 1974, at Mexico City. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 19916, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53D-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 11671, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-68744, on 8 April 1943. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 8 January 1945. This DC-3 was purchased by Pan Am in 1945, and assigned to Cubana, registered CU-P172. On 15 April 1961, it was destroyed at Antonio Maceo Air Field, supposedly by a bomb dropped from a CIA Douglas B-26 Invader.

NC 19949, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53 Skytrain), notes: C/n 4889, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 41-20119, on 7 March 1942. It was purchased by Pan Am in 1944. Although sources do not indicate dates, this aircraft was later sold to the Flying Tiger Line, after which it was operated by a number of Latin American airlines. It was last known to be on the Mexican registry as XB-KOM in the early 1970s. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 21717, Douglas DC-3-228A, notes: C/n 2128, delivered to Pan Am on 1 July 1939. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-CAB. Records indicate that it was written off on 7 September 1942, at Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.

NC 21718, Douglas DC-3-279, notes: C/n 2134, delivered to Pan Am in June 1939. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to PANAGRA, with the fleet number P-39. On 3 October 1962, it was transferred to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PCP. On 22 June 1965, this DC-3 was leased for a time to Cruzeiro. It was sold in September 1970 to Brasileira. It then changed hands several times before finally being bought by Trans Oriente on 13 December 1982. It was last noted as withdrawn from use in 1987. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is note known.

NC 25641, Douglas DC-3A-228C, notes: C/n 2228, delivered to Pan Am on 29 May 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-CAG. It was sold to Aero Maya in November 1966. This DC-3 was last reported as derelict at Merida, Mexico in 1978.

NC 25642, Douglas DC-3A-228C, notes: C/n 2229, delivered to Pan Am in May 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Cubana, registered CU-T138. This DC-3 was reportedly destroyed during the civil war in 1961.

NC 25643, Douglas DC-3A-228C, notes: C/n 2230, delivered to Pan Am on 5 June 1940. The fate of this DC-3 is vague. One source said it might have gone to the U.S. Navy, with the BuNo 99099. Another source indicates that it was assigned to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-CAM. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 25644, Douglas DC-3-228C, notes: C/n 2231, delivered to Pan Am on 7 June 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-CAO, in 1941. Sources indicate that it was sold to North American Aviation sometime in the early 1950s. The Ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 25645, Douglas DC-3-228C, notes: C/n 2232, delivered to Pan Am in June 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Avensa, registered YV-C-AVQ. Although the date is not known, this DC-3 later went to the Whirlpool Corporation, after which it had a number of successive owners. Finally, on 2 October 1971, while being operated by Island Gem Enterprises, this DC-3 crashed on a flight from St. Croix to St. Maarten.

NC 25652, Douglas DC-3A-279A, notes: C/n 2192, delivered to Pan Am in April 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to PANAGRA. In 1950, it was sold to the Peruvian military, and later went to SATCO. It was last reported as derelict at Lima, Peru in September 1971. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 25653, Douglas DC-3A-228C, notes: C/n 2193, delivered to Pan Am on 31 July 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-HAO. After being assigned to several different divisions at Pan Am, it was finally sold on 18 July 1963, to a private individual. Over the years, this DC-3 has had dozens of owners including Aerosun International and Red Carpet Flying Service. By April 1996, it was in the Florida Military Aviation Museum. The latest information indicates that on 14 November 2005, this DC-3 had been sold to new owners.

NC 25654, Douglas DC-3A-228C, notes: C/n 2194, delivered to Pan Am on 23 July 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Avensa, with the registration YV-AVJ. It purchased by RANSA, on 11 December 1947, and registered YV-C-ARJ. It was later sold to the L. B. Smith Aircraft Corporation on 12 April 1951. After a large number of different operators, this DC-3 was last noted as impounded in 1981, at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

NC 25655, Douglas DC-3A-228C, notes: C/n 2195, delivered to Pan Am on 6 May 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Avensa, registered YV-AVI. It later went to RNASA. On 12 October 1950, it was reported as damaged beyond repair at Maracaibo. However, this DC-3 appears to have been repaired as it was later operated by several U.S. companies. Its U.S. registration was cancelled on 28 September 1971, although one source indicates that it was sold to a Peruvian company or possibly the Peruvian Navy. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known,.

NC 25656, Douglas DC-3A-228C, notes: C/n 2196, delivered to Pan Am in May 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-DEE. This DC-3 crashed on 28 July 1946, at Mexico City.

NC 25657, Douglas DC-3A-228C, notes: C/n 2197, delivered to Pan Am in May 1940. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PCI. This DC-3 was sold to a private firm on 11 May 1954, and later crashed on 6 February 1964, at Cacador, Santa Catarina.

NC 25686, Douglas DC-3 (DST-217B), notes: C/n 2217, originally delivered to American Airlines as a Douglas DST-217B, on 2 June 1940. It was then impressed into the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-49E, finally being returned to American Airlines on 12 November 1944. American sold this DST to American Overseas Airlines on 8 August 1944. Pan am purchased it on 25 September 1950, and named it Clipper Olympiad. Pan Am sold this DST on 12 February 1954 to State Airlines. After several more operators, it finally ended up in the Philippines. In May 2003, this Douglas DST was reported as withdrawn from use and stored at Manila.

NC 28301, Douglas DC-3A-228D, notes: C/n 3290, delivered to Pan Am on 7 January 1941. Pan Am sold this DC-3 on 30 March 1949, to Servicio Aereo Panini, registered XA-HIR. It later flew for Aerovias Reforma and Aeronaves de Mexico, however the ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 28302, Douglas DC-3-228D, notes: C/n 3291, delivered to Pan Am on 10 January 1941. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to AVENSA, registered YV-AVP, and later as YV-C-AVP. It was sold to Piedmont Air Lines in June 1959. After being operated by a vast number of operators, this DC-3 is currently (2007) on the U.S. civil registry as N600NA.

NC 28303, Douglas DC-3A-228D, notes: C/n 3292, delivered to Pan Am on 11 January 1941. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-DIK. On 8 March 1955, it crashed north of the town of Mascota, Mexico.

NC 28304, Douglas DC-3A-228D, notes: C/n 3293, delivered to Pan Am on 13 January 1941. Information is conflicting, as one source indicates that Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to LANICA, registered AN-ACT. Other sources state that Pan Am actually assigned this DC-3 to Aeronaves de Mexico, registered XA-GII. In any case, it does appear that on 13 July 1962, the aircraft was sold to Adiestramiento de Aviacion, and that the registration was cancelled in 1970. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 28305, Douglas DC-3A-228D, notes: C/n 4085, delivered to Pan Am in 17 January 1941. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Aeronaves de Mexico, registered XA-GAU. Although the date is not certain, Pan Am sold this aircraft to Transportes Aereos Jalisco. In the late 1950s, this DC-3 came back to the U.S., and was owned by a number of different firms. As of 2007, this DC-3 is reportedly on display at a restaurant in Dekalb, Georgia.

NC 28306, Douglas DC-3A-228D, notes: C/n 4086, delivered to Pan Am in 17 January 1941. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to AVENSA, registered YV-C-AVM, on 12 August 1946. The registration was cancelled in 1966. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 28307, Douglas DC-3-A-228D, notes: C/n 4087, delivered to Pan Am in 20 January 1941. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PCH. On 27 September 1946, it crashed near Rio Duce, Brazil.

NC 28308, Douglas DC-3A-228D, notes: C/n 4088, delivered to Pan Am in 23 January 1941. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-GEW, on 14 April 1950. Later that year it was transferred to Aeronaves de Mexico. The registration was cancelled in 1970. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 28334, Douglas DC-3A-279B, notes: C/n 4800, delivered to Pan Am in August 1941. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to PANAGRA. It was sold to the Peruvian military in 1949. This DC-3 was last noted as derelict at Lima, Peru in 1972.

NC 28335, Douglas DC-3A-279B, notes: C/n 4801, delivered to Pan Am in August 1941. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to PANAGRA. It was sold to Faucett on 17 October 1960. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 28380, Douglas DC-3A-393, notes: C/n 3284, delivered to Pan Am on 5 April 1941. Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to PANAGRA, named Santa Ana. On 23 May 1947, it was assigned to Panair do Brasil, and registered PP-PCN. This DC-3 crashed on 28 February 1952, at Uberlandia, Brazil.

NC 30089, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 7387, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-15870, on 27 July 1942. It was purchased by Pan Am on 25 January 1944. It then went to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PCS, on 27 October 1947. On 22 November 1959, while being operated by Navegacao Aerea Brasileira, this DC-3 crashed at Rio de Janeiro.

NC 30093, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53D-DO Skytrain), notes: 11620, originally delivered to the United States Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53D-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-68693, on 23 February 1943. It was later purchased by Pan Am on 20 August 1943. This DC-3 then went to Avensa, registered YV-C-AVB, on 20 April 1945. The subsequent history of this Skytrain is not certain and its ultimate fate is not known.

NC 30010, Douglas DC-3A-414, notes: C/n 4179, delivered to Pan Am on 7 February 1942, this DC-3 was purchased through the Defense Supply Corporation. After Pan Am, this DC-3 went to Avensa, registered YV-C-AVE, on 7 December 1945, and then to Lucaya Beach Air Service on 2 February 1973. It was last reported to be in storage at Madrid Air Force Base, Colombia in September 1997. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 30011, Douglas DC-3A-414, notes: C/n 4180, delivered to Pan Am on 7 February 1942, purchased through the Defense Supply Corporation. After the war it was assigned to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-FEG. It was sold to Aero Maya in November 1966. This DC-3 was last noted as derelict at Mexico City in the late 1970s.

NC 30012, Douglas DC-3A-414, notes: C/n 4181, delivered to Pan Am in February 1942, purchased through the Defense Supply Corporation. This DC-3 later went to Avianca, registered C-100, and was destroyed in a fire on 29 December 1948.

NC 33320, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 7361, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-155676, on 20 September 1942. After being surveyed by the Army on 16 August 1944, it was delivered to Pan Am. The date is not precise, but this DC-3 later went to Aeronaves de Mexico, registered XA-HEP. The subsequent history of this Skytrain is not certain and its ultimate fate is not known.

NC 33321, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 7391, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-15874, on 26 July 1942. It was then delivered to Pan Am sometime in 1944. Records indicate that it then went to Avensa, registered YV-C-AVX, sometime in 1949. On 25 December 1952, this DC-3 crashed into the sea off of La Guarco.

NC 33322, Douglas DC-3, notes: C/n 7396, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-15879, on 29 July 1942. After the war it was purchased by Pan Am (date?). The record is rather vague, but it appears that while Pan Am still owned this aircraft it was operated by a number of firms, including Navegacao Aerea Brasileira and VASP. On 22 January 1965, while flying for Panair do Brasil - PP-PEE, this DC-3 crashed at Porto Velho, Brazil.

NC33370, Douglas DC-3A-453, notes: C/n 4970, originally ordered by United Airlines, registered NC33691, but was not delivered. Instead, this DC-3 went to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a C-53C Skytrain, Serial Number 43-2026, on 5 November 1942. Shortly thereafter, on 23 November 1942, it went to the U. S. Navy as an R4D-2, Bureau Number 6999. Over the war years, it was operated at various naval air stations, and for a time flown by Pan Am crews, under the control of the Naval Air Transport Service. It was finally purchased outright by Pan Am on 2 December 1944. Pan Am in turn sold it on 13 August 1948, to Robinson. Over the subsequent years, this DC-3 was operated by a wide variety of companies. Finally, on 9 March 1964, while being flown by Snow Valley Skilines, it crashed at O’Hare Field, Chicago, Illinois.

NC 33372, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas R4D-1 Skytrain), notes: C/n 4284, originally delivered to the U.S. Navy as a Douglas R4D-1, Bureau Number 4692, on 1 April 1942. The records are a bit sketchy, but sometime between 31 December 1944 – the day that this DC-3 was surplused by the U.S. Navy, and 8 August 1948 – the day that it was registered by Liberian National Airways, registered EL-AAB, this aircraft was registered to Pan Am. One source says this date was actually sometime in 1951. In any case, this aircraft was purchased by Middle East Airways, registered OD-ABO, on 15 January 1953, who subsequently sold it to Aden Airways, registered VR-AAN, on 6 April 1956. On 23 November 1966, this DC-3 crashed at Wadi Rabta, in Aden and was written off.

NC 33609, Douglas DC-3A-228F, notes: C/n 4100, delivered to Pan Am on 7 May 1941. It was assigned to Cubana in 1946, registered CU-T38. It was sold in 1962. This DC-3 was believed to be scrapped in the early 1970s.

NC 33610, Douglas DC-3-228F, notes: C/n 4101, delivered to Pan Am on 8 May 1941. Record are a bit vague but it appears that this DC-3 crashed near Seattle, Washington on 3 April 1947, and then was repaired and transferred to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-GOC. It then crashed again on 13 January 1948, near Cuaymas, this time seemingly for good.

NC 33611, Douglas DC-3-228F, notes: C/n 4102, delivered to Pan Am on 12 May 1941. This DC-3 crashed at the Piarco Airport, Port of Spain, Trinidad on 4 June 1945.

NC 33612, Douglas DC-3-228F, notes: C/n 4103, delivered to Pan Am on 14 May 1941. Pan Am then transferred this DC-3 to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PCJ, on 15 January 1947. It was then sold to Comercio e Industria Concordia SA on 25 February 1954, who in turn sold it to Sadia on 4 April 1955. It was finally purchased by Handley Page, registered G-ATXS, on 26 July 1966. This registration was later cancelled in November 1968, the airframe reportedly stored at Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and supposedly broken up for spares. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not certain.

NC 33613, Douglas DC-3A-228F, notes: C/n 4104, delivered to Pan Am on 15 May 1941. It eventually ended up being operated by Cubana - CU-T128, although some sources indicate that this transfer was after Pan Am had sold its interest in Cubana. This aircraft crashed and was rebuilt at least twice, including a ditching in Lake Okeechobee, Florida. It was last known to be operated by a Mexican Bank - as XC-BNO - in the late 1960s. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 33614, Douglas DC-3228F, notes: C/n 4105, delivered to Pan Am on 23 May 1941, assigned to AVIANCA, registered C-111 and later as HK-111. This DC-3 crashed on 22 August 1973 at El Yopal, Colombia.

NC 33645, Douglas DC-3-339, notes: C/n 4124, delivered to Pan Am on 15 April 1941, assigned to PANAGRA. This DC-3 crashed on 22 January 1943, at Chaparra, Peru.

NC 33675, Douglas DC-3-310D, notes: C/n 4130, Originally order by Penn Central Airlines in 1941, this DC-3 instead went to Pan Am’s Africa Division on 17 November 1941. However, on source indicates that this DC-3 was originally ordered by Pacific Coast Airways. In any case, it was taken over by the U.S. Army Air Forces – as a Douglas C-49H, Serial Number 42-38253 – on 14 March 1942. Almost immediately this DC-3 was given to the Royal Air Force, Serial Number LR232, on 17 April 1942, and assigned to No. 31 Squadron. It crashed at Allahabad, India on 4 November 1942.

NC 34925, Douglas DC-3A-345, notes: C/n 4957, originally registered to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 13 April 1942, this DC-3 then went to the Defense Supply Corporation on 22 July 1942, before finally going to Pan Am on 9 September 1942. In May 1946, this DC-3 went to LASCA, registered TI-16, and was later seized by the Nicaraguan government on 24 April 1948. After a few additional operators, this DC-3 ended up in the hands of the Argentine Army, Serial Number T-37, in August 1961,and finally to the Argentine Air Force, Serial Number TC-37, in 1962. Apparently, the Air Force never actually flew the aircraft as it was withdrawn from service in 1963. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known,

NC 34947, Douglas DC-3A-414A, notes: C/n 4958, delivered to Pan Am on 9 September 1942, having been purchased through the Defense Supply Corporation. On 20 April 1945, Pan Am assigned this DC-3 to Avensa, registered YV-C-AVC. It was sold to Taxi Aereo Opita in October 1960. On 10 April 1977, while being operated by Taxi Aereo El Venado, this DC-3 crashed southwest of Villavicencio, Colombia.

NC 34948, Douglas DC-3A-414A, notes: C/n 4959, delivered to Pan Am in 9 September 1942, and was apparently purchased through the Defense Supply Corporation. It then went to LACSA, registered TI-1005, in July 1948. This DC-3 crashed on 15 August 1959, near the San Isidro del General Airport, in Costa Rica.

NC 34949, Douglas DC-3A-447, notes: C/n 4960, this DC-3 was originally registered to the Douglas Aircraft Corporation, and although it was ordered by Pan Am it was not delivered. Instead it went to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53 Skytrain, Serial Number 43-14404, in December 1942. It then went to the U.S. Navy as an R4D-4, apparently retaining the Air Forces Serial Number. On 30 December 1942, this DC-3 went to the Defense Supply Corporation, registered NC30094. One source indicates that it then went to Pan Am on the same day. The registration was cancelled on 24 February 1949. Rather confusingly, this same reference indicates that the airframe was registered TI-1006, to LACSA in July 1948. In any case, this DC-3 crashed on 12 May 1961, near San Jose, Costa Rica. It is not clear whether Pan Am actually flew this DC-3.

NC 34950, Douglas DC-3A-445, notes: C/n 4961, this DC-3 was originally registered to the Douglas Aircraft Corporation, and although it was ordered by Pan Am it was not delivered. Instead it went to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53 Skytrain, Serial Number 43-14405, in December 1942. It then went to the U.S. Navy as an R4D-4, apparently retaining the Air Forces Serial Number. On 30 December 1942, this DC-3 went to the Defense Supply Corporation, registered NC30095. One source indicates that it then went to Pan Am on the same day. The registration was cancelled on 12 August 1949. This DC-3 then went to Compania Mexican de Aviacion, registered XA-JAE on 26 August 1949, who in turn sold it to Compania Tabasquena de Aviacion on 28 August 1965. After a couple more Latin American operators, it was last known to be in the fleet of Aero Pacifico as late as 1993. The ultimate fate of this airliner is not known. It is not clear whether Pan Am actually flew this DC-3.
A bit of the mystery solved: On 11 April 2013, Nancy Hartmann wrote in and informed us that, "In doing research for the family, I found a Pan American Airways manifest dated Aug. 25, 1948 for service from Mexico City to Houston, TX. The aircraft registration number was NC-30095. I believe this is the same aircraft listed in your database as originally NC 34950. So it was transferred and flown by PanAm. I found the manifest on ancestry.com." Thanks very much Nancy.

NC 34951, Douglas DC-3A-447, notes: C/n 4962, this DC-3 was originally registered to the Douglas Aircraft Corporation, and although it was ordered by Pan Am it was not delivered. Instead it went to the U.S. Navy as a Douglas R4D-4, Bureau Number 7000, on 7 January 1943. This DC-3 was struck off charge on 31 July 1947, after which it went to various operators and leasing companies. Its registration was cancelled in 1970. The ultimate fate of this airliner is not known, and apparently Pan Am never actually flew this DC-3.

NC 36802, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 4905, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 41-20135, on 1 April 1942. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 24 April 1945. Although the dates are not clear, it appears that Pan Am bought this DC-3 in 1949, after which it soon went to the Flying Tiger Line, and finally in November 1949, to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-JAT. After a few additional operators, the registration was cancelled in February 1965. The ultimate fate of this airliner is not known, and it is not clear whether Pan Am actually flew this DC-3.

NC 36803, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53 Skytrain), notes: C/n 7388, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-15871, on 24 July 1942. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 28 April 1945. Although the actual date is not certain, this DC-3 went to Pan Am in 1947. It then went to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-HUS, in July 1949. This DC-3 crashed on 28 September 1960, near Juchitepec, Mexico

NC 44786, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53 Skytrain), notes: C/n 7336, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-15541, on 22 July 1942. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 5 May 1945. Although the actual date is not certain, this DC-3 then went to Pan Am, and then to Air Carrier Services Corporation on 29 November 1957. Less than one month later, it went to the Sekiya Trading Company, registered JA5045. While being operated by All Nippon Airways, this DC-3 crashed on 12 August 1958, near Izu Island, Japan. It is not clear if Pan Am actually flew this DC-3.

NC 45375, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 11639, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-68712, on 6 March 1943. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 25 August 1945. It was then bought by Pan Am in August 1949, who later sold it to the Bouquillas Company on 8 March 1956. Over the subsequent years, this DC-3 was flown by a wide variety of companies and individual. It is currently being operated by Dream Flight, Corona, California.

NC 45396, Douglas DC-3-357A, notes: C/n 4814, originally ordered by Delta Air Lines, registered NC 28346, but never delivered. It was impressed by the U.S. Army Air Force, as a C-49C - Serial Number 41-7715. Pan Am purchased the aircraft in 1945, and assigned it the Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registered XA-JAG. It was later briefly flown by Maya Airways, registered VP-HAI, in late 1963.. It was reportedly withdrawn from use in 1966. This DC-3 was last reported as derelict in 1979, at Mexico City.

NC 49552, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 11652, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-15541, on 17 March 1943. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 16 December 1944. Pan Am bought this DC-3 on 1 August 1949, and later sold it to the Republic of Liberia, although the date of that sale is not certain. It was, however, bought by Liberian National Airways, registered EL-AAZ, on 31 March 1955. After being sold to Ethiopian Airlines on 19 March 1976, this DC-3 was grounded on 31 January 1979, and was apparently used as an instructional airframe. It was later reported as scrapped.

NC 49549, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain), notes: C/n 11702, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-68775, on 11 May 1943. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 16 December 1944. Pan Am bought this DC-3 in August 1949, after which it was sold to Whitbeck Aircraft, although the date of the sale is not certain. This DC-3 then went to the Chilean Government on 2 February 1953, and finally to the Chilean Air Force. As late as 1977, this DC-3 was reportedly on display in a park at Santiago, Chile. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not certain.

NC 54705, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-47A-20-DK Skytrain), notes: C/n 12844, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-47A-20-DK Skytrain, Serial Number 42-92983, on 24 March 1044, it then went to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 15 March 1946. Pan Am bought this DC-3 on 16 March 1946, and in turn sold it to Spantax SA, registered EC-AQB, on 19 June 1960. It was later bought by Aeroflete SA on 10 May 1968. This DC-3 was last reported as derelict as the Alicante airport. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 59410, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-53D-DO Skytrain) C/n 11643, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-53D-DO Skytrain, Serial Number 42-68716, on 11 March 1943. It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 14 August 1945. Pan Am bought this DC-3 on 1 August 1949, after which it was sold to the Cuban Air Force, Serial Number 209, on 20 December 1954. The ultimate fate of this DC-3 is not known.

NC 60002, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-47-DL Skytrain), notes: C/n 4372, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-47-DL Skytrain, Serial Number 41-7864, on 11 May 1942. It was operated by Pan Am’s Africa Division for a short time in 1942. It was later transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 7 October 1945, after which it was purchased by Pan Am in 1947. Pan Am sold this DC-3 to AVENSA, registered YV-C-AVS, in 1948. It crashed in February 1958.

NC 90908, Douglas DC-3 (Douglas C-47 Skytrain), notes: C/n 25228, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Forces as a Douglas C-47A-30-DK, Serial Number 43-47967, on 30 June 1944. On 24 April 1946, it was bought by American Overseas Airways, registered NC 90908, and named Flagship Nairobi. Pan Am acquired this DC-3 on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airways. It was then named Clipper Belle of the Skies. This DC-3 was sold to REAL in September 1951. In October 1960, it went to the Argentine Army. It crashed once on 5 May 1969, at Rio Quarto, was repaired only to crash again on 5 May 1970, near Buenos Aires. Presumably, this DC-3 was written off.


Douglas DC-4

N10282, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper ?, notes: C/n 10282, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-5-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72177, on 5 February 1944. It was purchased by Braniff Airways in November 1945, registered N65144, and later operated by Los Angeles Air Service and Aeronaves de Mexico. It was bought Pan Am on 4 December 1957 and sold one month later to Aerovias Q. It was then transferred to Cubana, registered CU-T-710, and was ultimately withdrawn from use and stored in 1963. This Skymaster was reportedly scrapped soon after it was retired.

N15568, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper ?, notes: C/n 10374, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force, as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72269, on 12 August 1944. It was bought by Pan Am in 1946. This Skymaster was apparently never assigned a Clipper title. It was purchase by Mexicana in 1947, registered XA-GIX, and then later in the same years by Avianca, registered HK-131. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1970, and stored. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N58018, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Gem of the Skies, notes: C/n 18325, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 43-17125, on 29 April 1944. In 1946, it was bought by Pacific Overseas Airlines. Pan Am purchased this Skymaster on 6 June 1948. Ten years to the day later this aircraft went to Mexicana, registered XA-MIL. On 16 December 1948, it was bought by Avianca, and registered HK-730. This Skymaster crashed off the coast of Cartagena, Columbia on 15 January 1966.

NC 60115, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper ?, notes: C/n 10467, Originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72362, on 8 December 1944. On 2 May 1946, this C-54 was bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Company and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. On 9 August 1946 it was purchased by Pan Am. It was apparently never assigned a Clipper title. After being leased for a short time in the late 1940s to Transocean Air Lines, Pan Am assigned this Skymaster to PANAGRA on 14 March 1950. It was sold to Aeronaves de Mexico, registered XA-KOK, in 1955. It was last reported as withdrawn from use and stored in 1960. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N79012, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Reindeer, notes: C/n 10274, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72169, on 21 November 1943. On 1 August 1946, this Skymaster was bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Company and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was purchased by Pan Am on 20 April 1947. In addition to Clipper Reindeer, this Skymaster also carried the title Clipper Argonaut. Pan Am sold this aircraft to Austral Pancho on 6 April 1960, who registered it LV-GJV. On 29 May 1963, while being operated by Transportes Aereos Benianos, registered CP-717, this Skymaster crashed south of Trinidad, Bolivia.

N88714, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Golden West, notes: C/n 10296, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-5 Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72191, on 17 April 1944. On the same day, this Skymaster was transferred to the U. S. Navy as an R5D-1, Bureau Number 39158. On 3 August 1946, it was returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was then delivered to Pan Am on 24 April 1947. This Skymaster also flew under the title Clipper Red Rover. Pan Am sold the airliner to Japan Air Lines on 12 February 1958. Over the ensuing years, this DC-4 flew for a number of additional operators including Philippine Airlines and Midwest Aviation. It was finally withdrawn from use in 1978, and place in storage. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N88817, Douglas DC-4, Clipper ?, notes: C/n 18328, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54-5-DO, Serial Number 43-17128, on 31 May 1944. Sources indicate that this Skymaster was leased for a short period in 1945 by National Airlines before being returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 19 April1946. It was then converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was delivered to Pan Am on 31 July 1946. Apparently it was never given a Clipper title. Pan Am assigned this Skymaster to PANAGA. It was leased for a period in 1951-52 to Northwest Airlines, after which it was returned to PANAGRA. After being withdrawn from use in April 1955, Pan Am sold this aircraft to Faucett-Peru, who registered it as OB-PBE-463. A few operators later, this Skymaster was again withdrawn from use in 1981, and place in storage. The ultimate fate of the airframe is not known.

N88872, Douglas DC-4, Clipper Monsoon, notes: C/n 27289, Some sources indicate that this Skymaster was delivered to Pan Am on 13 December 1945. Confusion exists since the registration N88872 apparently was never assigned to this Skymaster. C/n 27289 was assigned the registration N88887 – please see below. On 13 May 2014, we received a note from Mr. Duncan Kellie, of Auckland, New Zealand, who actually flew on Clipper Monsoon in December 1948. He had a photograph of the DC-4 showing "Clipper Monsoon" on the nose, and the number "887" on the nose gear door. This certainly points to Clipper Monsoon - c/n 27289 - carrying the registration N88887. Thanks Duncan.

N88881, Douglas DC-4 (C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Kit Carson, notes: C/n 27314 , originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-5-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9088, on 7 April 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation in 1945, this Skymaster was bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Company and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. On 23 December 1945, it was purchased by Pan Am. It was variously named Clipper Kit Carson, Clipper Golden West and Clipper Red Rover. It was sold to Japan Air Lines on 15 February 1958, and later bought by Ansett-ANA on 18 March 1965. This Skymaster was then converted in to an ATL-98 Carvair, Number 21. Ansett-ANA sold this ATL-98 Carvair on 1 January 1972, to an aircraft leasing company. Over the following several years this Carvair was variously operated and then put in storage. As of 1996, the airframe was still reported as operational. In July 2007, this ATL-98 Carvair was owned by Phoebus Apollo, registered 9J-PAA, and was reported as stored at Rand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

N88882, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Malay, notes: C/n 27261, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-1-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9035, on 7 February 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation in 1945, this Skymaster was bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 22 September 1945, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was delivered to Pan Am on 17 November 1945. On 2 November 1951, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Canadian Pacific Air Lines, who registered it as CF-CUJ. After being operated by a number of Canadian firms, this Skymaster was withdrawn from use in 1968, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of the airframe is not known.

N88883, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Kathay, notes: C/n 27333, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-15-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9107, on 2 June 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 30 August 1945, this Skymaster was bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 5 November 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 8 February 1946. On 26 September 1952, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Japan Air Lines, who registered it as JA6001. Over the ensuing years, this Skymaster was flown by a wide variety of operators. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in the mid-1970s, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of the airframe is not known.

N88884, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Lightfoot, notes: C/n 27313, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-5-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9087, on 7 April 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation later in 1945, this Skymaster was bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 27 September 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications and delivered to Pan Am on 17 November 1945. On 14 August 1961, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to the Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, who in turn sold it to the Spanish Air Force in 1962. It carried the Spanish Air Force Serial Number T.4-8. This Skymaster was retired in 1977, and is now a gate guard at the Spanish Air Base at Getafe, Spain.

N88885, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Courser, notes: C/n 27342, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-15-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9116, on 7 May 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation later in 1945, this Skymaster was bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 4 October 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications and delivered to Pan Am on 25 November 1945. On 14 August 1952, Pan Am sold this Skymaster to Japan Air Lines, who registered it as JA6002. On 22 December 1964, Japan Air Lines sold this airliner to Philippine Airlines, who registered it as PI-C779. This Skymaster was last reported, in 1970, as withdrawn from use and in storage. The ultimate fate of the airframe is not known.

N88886, Douglas DC-4 (C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Mandarin, notes: C/n 27311, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-5-DO, Serial Number 44-9085, on 5 April 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation it was bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was then purchased by Pan Am on 14 November 1945. This DC-4 was variously named Clipper Mandarin, Clipper Frankfurt, Clipper Pegasus and Clipper Hannover. It was sold to Trans Mediterranean on 12 January 1961, and then to Aviation Traders Ltd on 1 November 1963. It was converted in to an ATL-98 Carvair, Number 15, and operated by British United Air Ferries, registered G-ATRV, before being purchased by Cie Air Transport on 10 May 1967, and registered F-BOSU. This ATL-98 Carvair was finally withdrawn from use in August 1970, and later broken up in November 1972, as Nimes-Garons, France.

N88887, Douglas DC-4, Clipper Monsoon, notes: C/n 27289, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-5-DO, Serial Number 44-9063, on 16 March 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 30 August 1945, it was bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was then delivered to Pan Am on 8 February 1946. Pan Am sold this airliner on 2 April 1952, to Swissair, who registered it as HB-ILU. Over the ensuing years, this DC-4 Skymaster was operated by a wide variety of firms, including Aer Turas, National Air Cargo and Norwegian Overseas Airways. It was finally withdrawn from use in 1988. The U.S. Army Aviation Museum now owns this Skymaster and it is currently on display at Rhein-Main Air Force Base, Frankfurt, Germany.

N88888, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper East Indian, notes: C/n 27347, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-15-DO, Serial Number 44-9121, on 10 May 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation in 1945, it was bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 24 November 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications and delivered to Pan Am on 17 December 1945. This Skymaster also flew under the titles Clipper Cinerama and Clipper Bonita. On 1 August 1961, Pan Am sold this airliner to the Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, who in turn sold it to the Spanish Air Force in 1962. It carried the Serial Number T.4-7. The Spanish Air Force sold the C-54 to Lukim Air Service, registered 9Q-CHT, in 1980. The current status of this Skymaster is not known.

N88889, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Black Hawk, notes: C/n 10527, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72422, on 22 January 1945. On 6 November 1945, it was returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was then delivered to Pan Am on 9 June 1946. On 6 December 1949, it was transferred to Mexicana, registered XA-JEF. Avianca bought this Skymaster in 1950. It was finally withdrawn from use in 1965, and placed in storage. The ultimate of this DC-4 is not known.

N88890, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Flying Arrow, notes: C/n 10481, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72376, on 19 December 1944. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 18 October 1945, it was bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 6 November 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications and delivered to Pan Am on 2 May 1946. On 16 October 1950, Pan Am sold this Skymaster to Eastern Air Lines. After Eastern Air Lines, this DC-4 was flown by a large number of different operators, including Slick Airways, American International Airlines and Carib West Airways. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in December 1977, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this DC-4 is not known.

N88891, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Raven, notes: C/n 10505, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72400, on 3 January 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on 18 October 1945, it was bought by Pan Am on 2 May 1946. It also flew under the title Clipper Lightning. Pan Am sold this Skymaster on 3 September 1953, after which it was flown by a considerable number of different operators, including World Airways, Resort Airlines, Pan African Airlines and Slick Airways. It was finally withdrawn from use in 1976, and broken up at Lakeland, Florida the following year.

N88892, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 10439, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72334, on 10 November 1944. It was then bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation on 7 May 1946, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. This Skymaster was delivered to Pan Am on 21 August 1946. It was never assigned a Clipper title. In September 1946, it was bought by Avianca, registered C-114. On 15 February 1947, this Skymaster crashed in the Sabana Mountains of Colombia.

N88893, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Syren, notes: C/n 10440, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72335, on 10 November 1944. It was then bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation on 3 December 1946, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. This Skymaster was delivered to Pan Am on 12 July 1946. Pan Am leased this Skymaster in 1957, to American International Airlines, who returned it in 1960. Pan Am then withdrew the airframe from use in 1960, and placed it in storage at Miami, Florida. It was sold to the Charlotte Aircraft Corporation on 26 February 1963, who in turn leased it to Spantax SA, with the registration EC-BMI. This Skymaster was finally withdrawn from use in 1970 and was again placed in storage. The ultimate fate of the airframe is not known.

N88894, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Eureka, notes: C/n 10496, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72391, on 18 December 1944. It was then bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation on 1 December 1945, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was then bought by Pan Am on 28 June 1946. On 13 October 1950, Pan Am sold this Skymaster to Eastern Airlines, who in turn sold it in May 1955 to Aero Leases. After that this DC-4 was flown by a number of different operators. In 1971, it was finally withdrawn form use and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N88895, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 10500, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC, Serial Number 42-72395, on 26 December 1944. In 1946 it was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, after which it was purchased by the Douglas Aircraft Company, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. This Skymaster was then purchased by Pan Am on 28 August 1946. It was apparently never assigned a Clipper title. Pan Am sold this aircraft to Avianca on 31 March 1949, and it was re-registered C-115, then later as HK-115. This Skymaster was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1973, and then stored at Bogotá, Columbia.

N88896, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Eagle, notes: C/n 10470, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72365, on 8 December 1944. It was then bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation on 1 December 1945, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was delivered to Pan Am on 22 June 1946. On 18 November 1949, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Lineas Aereas Mexicanas, registered XA-JAV. After a few more Mexican operators, this Skymaster was withdrawn from use in 1965, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this airframe is not known.

N88897, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster) Clipper Onward, notes: C/n 10476, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72371, on 28 November 1944. It was then bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation on 13 December 1945, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was delivered to Pan Am on 24 July 1946. On 14 January 1963, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to an aircraft leasing company, who in turn sold it in 1963 to the Peruvian Air Force, Serial Number 63-362. It eventually went to SATCO, before being withdrawn from use in 1970, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N88898, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Archer, notes: C/n 10435, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72330, on 20 October 1944. It was then bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation on 26 December 1945, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was delivered to Pan Am on 26 June 1946. This DC-4 also carried the title Clipper Hurricane. On 16 January 1963, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to an aircraft leasing company, who in turn sold it in February 1963 to the Peruvian Air Force, Serial Number63-363. It eventually went to SATCO, before being withdrawn from use in 1972, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N88899, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Endeavor, notes: C/n 10503, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72398, on 5 January 1945. It was then bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation on 13 December 1945, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was delivered to Pan Am on 10 August 1946. On 11 April 1952, this DC-4 crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff from San Juan, Puerto Rico.

N88900, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Fearless, notes: C/n 10504, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72399, on 28 December 1944. It was then bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation on 14 December 1945, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was delivered to Pan Am on 17 August 1946. On 12 September 1959, this DC-4 crashed into a mountain near Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

N88901, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Defiance, notes: C/n 10506, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72401, on 28 December 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 26 December 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 21 June 1946. This DC-4 also flew under the titles Clipper Hanover and Clipper Stuttgart. On 16 December 1961, Pan Am sold this Skymaster to Paraense, registered PP-BTQ. It crashed on take off out of Belem, Brasil, on 4 April 1964.

N88902, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Black Warrior, notes: C/n 10449, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72344, on 27 November 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 5 January 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 17 July 1946. On 7 November 1950, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Eastern Air Lines. After a number of additional operators, it ended up being flown by Aerolineas Medellin, registered HK-528. This Skymaster was withdrawn from use in 1978, and placed in storage. It was reportedly broken up in 1988.

N88903, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Dreadnought, notes: C/n 10455, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72350, on 27 November 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 4 January 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 12 July 1946. This DC-4 also flew under the titles Clipper Hamburg and Clipper Skylark. On 9 February 1962, Pan Am sold this Skymaster to Transportes Aereo Mirleni, registered LV-HJC. After a number of additional operators, it ended up with Basler Flight Service in 1971. Later, in 1973, it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N88904, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper ?, notes: C/n 18391, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-15-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 43-17191, on 14 November 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 7 January 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 19 July 1946. It was apparently never assigned a Clipper title. In 1948, Pan Am transferred this DC-4 to PANANGA. It was leased to Northwest Airlines from 1952 to 1954, and then returned to PANAGRA. Pan Am sold this airliner to Avianca on 4 December 1959. Avianca reregistered it as HK-654. On 17 July 1875, while being operated by Aerotal-Colombia, this Skymaster was damaged beyond economical repair when its landing gear collapsed at Arauca, Colombia

N88905, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper David Crockett, notes: C/n 27237, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-20-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9011, on 17 December 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 5 January 1946, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was delivered to Pan Am on 19 July 1946. On 8 July 1958, Pan Am sold this Skymaster to Aviateca, who registered it as TG-AOA. Later, on 5 May 1963, while flying for Paraense, registered PP-BTR, this DC-4 was damaged beyond repair at Sao Paulo, Brasil.

N88906, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 10469, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72364, on 8 December 1944. Records are a bit vague, but it appears that this Skymaster was delivered to Pan Am in 1946. The same year it was bought by Avianca, registered C-113, then C-130 and finally HK-130. On 28 January 1962, this C-54 crashed at Cuctuta, Colombia.

N88907, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Fleetwing, notes: C/n 18363, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 43-17163, on 16 September 1944. In 1945, it was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, purchased by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 22 January 1946, and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was delivered to Pan Am on 8 September 1946. This Skymaster also flew under the title Clipper Ann McKim. On 26 February 1963, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to an aircraft leasing company, who in turn sold it outright to Jet International Corporation in 1966. After being flown by Aerovias Balboa, registered HP-450, it was withdrawn from use in 1969, and placed in storage. This Skymaster was broken up at Atlanta, Georgia.

N88908, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Charmer, notes: C/n 10465, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72360, on 30 November 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 4 January 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 2 July 1946. This DC-4 also flew under the title Clipper Bremen. On 26 February 1963, Pan Am sold this airliner to an aircraft leasing company, who in turn leased it to Puerto Rican American Airlines. It was later sold in 1966, to the Colombian Air Force, Serial Number FAC-695. In 1982, it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Madrid, Colombia. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N88909, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster) Clipper Dauntless, notes: C/n 10466, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72361, on 1 December 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 23 December 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and transferred to the War Assets Administration. It was delivered to Pan Am on 2 May 1946. On 19 December 1962, Pan Am sold this Skymaster to an aircraft leasing company. Over the ensuing years this DC-4 was flown by a wide variety of operators, including the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, Panavia Cargo and International Air Ltd. On 18 April 1978, while being flown by Panavia Cargo, it crashed short of the runway at Bottle Creek, North Caicos Island.

N88910, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 10280, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-5-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72175, on 26 January 1944. It was delivered to Pan Am on 16 June 1946. On 17 December 1948, Pan Am sold this Skymaster to Avianca, registered C-172, then HK-172. On 15 January 1976, while being flown by Taxi Aereo el Venado, this C-54 crashed into a mountain near Bogota, Colombia.

N88911, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Defender, notes: C/n 27229, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-20-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9003, on 30 November 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 23 December 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 19 June 1946. On 20 September 1947, this DC-4 crashed while on approach to Floyd Bennet Field, New York.

N88912, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Messenger, notes: C/n 27235, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-20-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9009, on 13 December 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 26 December 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 4 July 1946. On 21 December 1962, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to the Charlotte Aircraft Corporation. It was later converted to DC-4-ME2 specifications. The airframe was withdrawn from use and stored. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N88913, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Belle of the Skies, notes: C/n 10400, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72295, on 15 September 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 18 September 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 2 August 1947. This Skymaster also flew under the title Clipper Morning Star. In March 1950, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Alitalia, registered I-DALT. After a number of additional operators, this DC-4 was last reported being flown by Air Vietnam, registered XV-NUP, in March 1974. In April 1975, it was reportedly withdrawn from use and stored. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N88914, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Golden Eagle, notes: C/n 10403, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72298, on 11 September 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 16 September 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 3 July 1947. In March 1950, Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Alitalia, registered I-DALZ. Over the ensuing years, this Skymaster was flown by a number of firms, including Interocean Airways, Slick Airways and Avianca. This DC-4 was last reported by flown by Taxi Aereo el Vanado, registered HK-1309, in 1974. On 30 June 1975, it crashed into a mountain near Arauca, Colombia.

N88915, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 10507, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72402, on 30 December 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 26 April 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 3 August 1946. On the same day, this DC-4 was transferred to Mexicana, registered XA-FIT. This DC-4 was then sold to Avianca, registered HK-728, on 16 December 1962, and later to Aeronorte Colombia in 1971. On 24 July 1974, it crashed into a mountain west of Bogota, Colombia

N88916, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 10493, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72388, on 12 December 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 26 December 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 31 May 1946. On the same day, this DC-4 was transferred to Mexicana, registered XA-FOW. On 25 June 1946, this DC-4 crashed shortly after takeoff from Mexico City, Mexico.

N88917, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 10468, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72363, on 6 December 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 4 January 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 8 June 1946. On the same day, this DC-4 was transferred to Mexicana, registered XA-FIP. In 1968, it was sold to SAM Colombia, registered HK-558. A few owners later, this Skymaster was purchased by TACA International Airlines in 1970. It was finally withdrawn from use and stored in 1975. The ultimate fate of this DC-4 is not known.

N88918, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 10532, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72427, on 31 January 1945. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 30 December 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 17 May 1946. On 6 June 1946, this DC-4 was transferred to Mexicana, registered XA-FIP. It was later sold on 16 December 1962, to Avianca, registered HK-729. After a number of additional operators, Aerosucre Colombia bought this DC-4 in 1978. It was withdrawn from use in 1980, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N88919, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Panama, notes: C/n 10351, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72246, on 15 July 1944. It was then returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 17 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am in 15 March 1947. This DC-4 also flew under the title Clipper Talisman. It was sold to Twentieth Century Airlines on 1948. After flying for a number of other operators, including Alitalia, this DC-4 was purchased by Air Charter Ltd on 9 December 1955, and converted into a Carvair ATL-98. The ultimate fate of this DC-4 is not known.

N88920, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Talisman, notes: C/n 10317, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-10-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72212, on 31 May 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 24 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am in 8 May 1947. This DC-4 crashed on 26 October 1947, at Annette Island, Juneau, Alaska.

N88921, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Northwind, notes: C/n 10334, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-10-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72229, on 27 June 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 24 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am in 1 May 1947. This DC-4 also flew under the titles Clipper Racer, Clipper Pacer, Clipper Rover, Clipper Bremen and Clipper Charmer. It was sold to an aircraft dealer on 19 March 1962. It eventually went to the Peruvian Air Force, Serial Number 63-361, in 1963, before being transferred to SATCO, registered OB-R-710, in 1965. This DC-4 was last reported in 1973, as withdrawn from use and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of the airframe is not known.

N88922, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Radiant, notes: C/n 10335, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-10-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72230, on 27 June 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 17 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am in 1 March 1947. This DC-4 also flew under the titles Clipper Nurnberg and Clipper Dusseldorf. On 17 June 1960, it was sold to Balair AG, registered HB-ILC, and then in March 1963, it went to Air Ferry Ltd, registered G-ASFY. After being operated by a few additional firms, this DC-4 was withdrawn from use and broken up in 1979, at Hal Far Malta.

N88923, Douglas DC-4(Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper West Wind, notes: C/n 10362, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72257, on 31 July 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 29 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am in 6 June 1947. Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Avianca 1 December 1953. It was re-registered HK-178. After Avianca, this DC-4 was flown by a wide variety of operators, including Nordair and Florida Caribbean Air Lines, from whom it was seized by the Broward County Sheriff in 1971. It was finally withdrawn from use in March 1976, at Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This DC-4 was finally broken up in 1984.

N88924, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Sunny South, notes: C/n 10367, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72262, on 7 August 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 24 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am in 15 May 1947. Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Mexicana, registered XA-GIK, in 1950. After a time with Avianca in the mid-1960s, this DC-4 was finally withdrawn from use and broken up in 1970.

N88925, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Don Quixote, notes: C/n 10368, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72263, on 7 August 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 24 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 11 April 1947. Pan Am assigned this DC-4 to PANAGRA. It was later transferred back to Pan Am on 22 January 1948. It then went to Cubana on 1 April 1948, registered CU-P-188. On 25 April 1951, this DC-4 was destroyed in a mid-air collision with a U. S. Navy Beech SNB, off the coast of Key West, Florida.

N88926, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Twilight, notes: C/n 10381, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72276, on 23 August 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 20 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and delivered to Pan Am on 29 March 1947. Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Alitalia, registered I-DALU, in March 1950. It was later operated by a wide variety of firms, including Union Aeromaratime de Transport, Air Afrique and Viking Airlines. This DC-4 was finally withdrawn from use in December 1971, and placed in storage at Papeete, Tahiti. It was reportedly broken up.

N88927, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Skylark, notes: C/n 10383, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72278, on 24 August 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 17 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 24 May 1947. This DC-4 also flew under the title Clipper Oslo. Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Avianca, registered HK-180, on 25 January 1955. After a handful of other operators, this DC-4 was finally withdrawn from use in 1975, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of the airframe is not known.

N88928, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Union, notes: C/n 10384, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72279, on 23 August 1944. It was then returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 26 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 24 May 1947. Pan Am sold this DC-4 back to the Douglas Aircraft Company in November 1951. It was then bought by Canadian Pacific Air Lines the same month, and later on 5 April 1954, bought by Transocean Air Lines. On 4 August 1961, while under lease to Iran Air, this DC-4 crashed on a beach on the Caspian Sea, and was presumably written off.

N88929, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Viking, notes: C/n 10407, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72302, on 22 September 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 22 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am in 5 April 1947. Pan Am transferred this DC-4 to Avianca, registered HK-136, on the same day. In 1973, it was bought by Aerotal Colombia. On 11 August 1981, while being flown by Sadelca Colombia, this DC-4 was damaged beyond repair as the result of a forced landing. The airframe was last reported being used as a display in Bogota, Colombia.

N88930, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 10418, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72313, on 30 September 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 20 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 21 March 1947. Pan Am assigned this DC-4 to Avianca, registered HK-135. On 23 June 1959, this Skymaster crashed into Cerro Blanco mountain, north east of Lima, Peru.

N88931, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Quickstep, notes: C/n 10319, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-10-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72214, on 1 June 1944. On the same day it was transferred to the U. S. Navy as an R5D-1, Bureau Number 39166 It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 17 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 21 February 1947. Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Cubana, registered CU-T-397, on 5 December 1949. On 6 December 1952, it crashed into the sea just after takeoff from Kindley Field, Bermuda.

N88932, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Matchless, notes: C/n 10323, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-10-DC, Serial Number 42-72218, on 10 June 1944. On the same day it was transferred to the U. S. Navy and re-designated an R5D-1, Bureau Number 39170. On 13 June 1946, this Skymaster was returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company and converted to civil DC-4 specifications. It was bought by Pan Am on 29 January 1947. On 31 December 1951, it was bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Company. After a number of operators this aircraft was bought by Iran Air on 11 February 1958. In 1962, this Skymaster was reported withdrawn from use and stored. The ultimate fate of the airframe is not known.

N88933, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Winged Racer, notes: C/n 10327, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-10-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72222, on 15 June 1944. On the same day it was transferred to the U. S. Navy as an R5D-1, Bureau Number 39174. It was then returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 28 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am in 29 May 1947. Pan Am sold this DC-5 back to the Douglas Aircraft Company in 1950, who in turn sold it to Canadian Pacific Air Lines, registered CF-CPC. On 21 July 1951, this Skymaster crashed while flying the Sitka to Yakutat section, and was presumably written off.

N88934, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Pride of America, notes: C/n 10366, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72261, on 3 August 1944. On the same day it was transferred to the U. S. Navy as an R5D-1, Bureau Number 50844. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 30 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 20 June 1947. This DC-4 also flew under the title Clipper Berlin. In 1949, Pan Am transferred this DC-4 to PANAGRA. After a period of storage at Miami, Florida, it was sold on 17 December 1961, to an aircraft broker, who in turn sold it to the Spanish Air Force, Serial Number T.4-10. In 1979, it was withdrawn from use. The nose section of this airframe is on display at the Spanish Air Force Museum, Madrid, Spain.

N88935, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Northern Light, notes: C/n 10289, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-5-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72184, on 17 March 1944. It was then returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 29 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 15 June 1947. This DC-4 also flew under the titles Clipper Northwind and Clipper Derby. Pan Am sold this Skymaster to WENELA, registered VP-YTU, on 4 December 1961. Later, in 1968, this DC-4 was reportedly withdrawn from use and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of the airframe is not known.

N88936, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Meteor, notes: C/n 10412, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster, Serial Number 42-72307, on 24 September 1944. It was then bought back by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 13 June 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 8 February 1947. Pan Am sold this DC-4 to Canadian Pacific Air Lines, registered CF-CPD, in October 1950. Later, it was operated by a wide variety of firms, including Cathay Pacific and ACE Freighters. Its last operator was Africair, after which, in 1972, it was broken up at Bulawayo, Rhodesia.

N88937, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Cyclone, notes: C/n 18337, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-5-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 43-17137, on 1 July 1944. It was then returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 22 May 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 31 August 1946. This DC-4 also flew under the title Clipper Buena Vista. Pan Am sold it in 1958, to American International Airlines. After a number of operators, including NASA, it was withdrawn from use in 1966, and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. The ultimate fate of this DC-4 is not known.

N88938, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Guiding Star, notes: C/n 18385, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-15-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 43-17185, on 31 October 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 4 January 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 2 May 1946. Some sources indicate that this DC-4 was intended for Panair do Brasil but was never actually taken up. Pan Am sold this Skymaster to an aircraft brokerage firm on 19 March 1964. It was then flown by a large number of different airlines, including Southern Air Transport and Seagreen Air Transport. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1993, and in storage at Tucson, Arizona. The ultimate fate of this DC-4 is not known.

N88939, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Hornet, notes: C/n 18397, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-15-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 43-17197, on 24 November 1944. It was then bought by the Douglas Aircraft Company on 26 December 1945, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 2 May 1946. Some sources indicate that this DC-4 was intended for Panair do Brasil but was never actually taken up. Pan Am sold this airliner to Eastern Air Lines on 13 November 1950. It was later flown by a number of different firms. Finally, while being operated by BIF Air Inc, this DC-4 crashed in January 1985, while on approach to South Caicos island.

N88940, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Aurora, notes: C/n 18364, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54B-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 43-17164, on 22 September 1944. It was then returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 7 January 1946, converted to civil DC-4 specifications, and purchased by Pan Am on 27 July 1946. Some sources indicate that this DC-4 was intended for Panair do Brasil but was never actually taken up. Pan Am sold this DC-4 on 19 September 1950, to the President of Mexico. It was later operated by the Flying Tiger Line and Alaska Airlines. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1970, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this DC-4 is not known.

N88941, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper ?, notes: C/n 36072, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0619, on 2 October 1945. This C-54 was leased briefly to Pan Am on 29 August 1946, apparently not being assigned a Clipper title. It was returned to the U.S. Air Force on 28 January 1947. In 1949, it was then sold to Civil Air Transport. Over the ensuing years, this Skymaster was operated by a large number of different firms, including Air America and Air Asia. On 29 June 1983, while being operated by Pacific Air Express, this Skymaster crashed on approach to the airport at Kahului, Hawaii.

N88942, Douglas DC-4, (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Bostonian, notes: C/n 36076, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0623, on 9 October 1945. This Skymaster was leased to Pan Am in 1946. It was then leased to Transocean Air Lines on 1951. On 20 March 1953, while be flown by Transocean Air Lines, this C-54 crashed while on approach to the airport at Oakland, California.

N88943, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Golden Express, notes: C/n 36024, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-5-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0571, on 13 August 1945. It was leased briefly to Pan Am in 1946. It was then leased by United Air Lines in 1949, and later by the Flying Tiger Line in 1951. This Skymaster was returned to the Army Air Force in 1954. It was sold to SATENA in 1968, registered FAC 697, and was last reported as withdrawn from use and stored at Bogota, Columbia. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N88944, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Ocean Express, notes: C/n 35937, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-1-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0484, on 13 June 1945. It was then leased to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 19 September 1946, who converted it to civil DC-4 specifications. Pan Am leased this DC-4 on 19 April 1947. It also flew under the titles Clipper Oslo and Clipper Berlin. It was returned off lease to the United States Air Force in January 1954. It was then converted to VC-54G specifications. It was finally withdrawn from use and broken up in 1973, at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N88945, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Gladiator, notes: C/n 36080, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-15-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0627, on 11 October 1945. Pan Am leased this C-54 in April 1947, and returned it off lease in February 1954. The United States Air Force sold this C-54 in February 1973, after which it was flown by a number of operators. On 9 October 1993, while being flown by Brooks Fuel Inc, it was destroyed after overrunning the runway at Point Lay, Alaska.

N88946, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Argonaut, notes: C/n 36069, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0616, on 28 September 1945. It was then leased to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 16 August 1946, who converted it to civil DC-4 specifications. Pan Am leased this DC-4 on 31 January 1947. This DC-4 also flew under the title Clipper Westward Ho. It was returned off lease to the United States Air Force in 1951, and in turn leased it to Transocean Air Lines. It was returned to the United States Air Force in 1953. This C-54 from withdrawn from use and ultimately broken up in 1973.

N88947, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Redjacket, notes: C/n 36066, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0613, on 24 September 1945. It was then leased to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 15 August 1946, who converted it to civil DC-4 specifications. Pan Am leased this DC-4 on 10 January 1947. It was returned off lease to the United States Air Force in 1953, and then converted to VC-54G specifications. The United States Air Force withdrew this C-54 from use in September 1971, and it was broken up in 1976.

N88948, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Westward Ho, notes: C/n 36043, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0590, on 31 August 1945. It was then leased to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 16 August 1946, who converted it to civil DC-4 specifications. Pan Am leased this DC-4 on 28 February 1947. This DC-4 also flew under the titles Clipper Frankfurt and Clipper Berlin. It was returned off lease to the United States Air Force in 1953. This C-54 from withdrawn from use and ultimately broken up in 1973, at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N88949, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 35957, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-1-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0504, on 27 June 1945. This C-54 was to be delivered to Pan Am and although a registration number was issued, the aircraft was not delivered. It was retained and ultimately sold by the United States Air Force to the Brazilian Air Force, Serial Number FAB-2404, in 1955. It was withdrawn from use and broken up in 1970.

N88950, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Southern Cross, notes: C/n 35933, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-1-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0480, on 10 June 1945. It was then leased to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 19 September 1946, who converted it to civil DC-4 specifications. Pan Am leased this DC-4 on 29 May 1947. This DC-4 may have also flown under the title Clipper Red Rover. Pan Am returned this Skymaster off lease to the U. S. Air Force, who converted it to VC-54G specifications. It was withdrawn from use in September 1972, and ultimately scrapped in 1976.

N88951, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Racer, notes: C/n 35987, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-5-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0534, on 16 July 1945. It was then leased to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 19 September 1946, who converted it to civil DC-4 specifications. Pan Am leased this DC-4 on 22 May 1947. Pan Am returned this Skymaster off lease to the U. S. Air Force on 23 November 1953. It was then converted it to VC-54G specifications. It was withdrawn from use in September 1972, and ultimately scrapped in 1976.

N88952, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Australia, notes: C/n 35998, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-5-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0545, on 25 July 1945. It was then leased to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 16 September 1946, who converted it to civil DC-4 specifications. Pan Am leased this DC-4 on 19 March 1947. Pan Am returned this Skymaster off lease to the U. S. Air Force in January 1954. It was then converted it to VC-54G specifications. It was withdrawn from use in September 1974. The ultimate fate of this DC-4 is not known.

N88953, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Ocean Rover, notes: C/n 35990, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-5-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0537, on 19 July 1945. It was then returned to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 18 September 1946, who converted it to civil DC-4 specifications. Pan Am leased this DC-4 on 11 April 1947. Pan Am returned this Skymaster off lease to the U. S. Air Force on 3 November 1953. It was sold in September 1967, however the ultimate fate of this DC-4 is not known.

N88954, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Northern Light, notes: C/n 36070, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0617, on 1 October 1945. It was leased to Pan Am on 29 November 1949. It may have also flown under the title Clipper Pacific Raider. It was returned off lease to the U. S. Air Force in January 1954. It was sold in 1978, and was last reported as being operated by Lauderdale Air Taxi, on 1979. It was reportedly then withdrawn from use, but the ultimate fate of this C-54 is not known.

N88955, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Resolute, notes: C/n 36039, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0586, on 28 August 1945. It was leased to Pan Am on 30 April 1949. It was also flown under the titles Clipper Hamburg, Clipper Oslo, Clipper Nonpareil, Clipper Stockholm and Clipper Ranger. It was returned off lease to the U. S. Air Force on 6 November 1953. It was then sold to the Danish Air Force, Serial Number N-586, in 1966. It was last reported as being operated by Intercontinent Charter in 1977, and later withdrawn from use and stored in 1980. The ultimate fate of this C-54 is not known.

N88956, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Polynesia, notes: C/n 36059, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0606, on 18 September 1945. It was then leased to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 19 September 1946, who converted it to civil DC-4 specifications. Pan Am leased this DC-4 on 2 May 1947. Pan Am returned this Skymaster off lease to the U. S. Air Force in January 1954. It was then converted it to VC-54G specifications. It was withdrawn from use in September 19723, and ultimately scrapped in 1973.

N88957, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Oriental, notes: C/n 36061, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0608, on 20 September 1945. It was then leased to the Douglas Aircraft Company on 16 September 1946, who converted it to civil DC-4 specifications. Pan Am leased this DC-4 on 29 March 1947. Pan Am returned this Skymaster off lease to the U. S. Air Force in January 1954. It was then converted it to SC-54G specifications. The U. S Air Force sold the aircraft in 1975. On 14 July 1981, while being operated by Aero Union, this DC-4 crashed as the result of an engine fire, off the coast of Kenai, Alaska.

N88958, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Red Rover, notes: C/n 36073, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0620, on 2 October 1945. It was leased to Pan Am in 1946. This C-54 also flew under the title Clipper Derby. It was returned off lease on 4 November 1953. The U.S. Air Force sold the aircraft in 1975, and it was broken up.

N88959, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Celestial, notes: C/n 36053, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0600, on 13 September 1945. It was leased to Pan Am in 1947. This C-54 also flew under the title Clipper Live Yankee. It was returned off lease on 5 November 1953. It was withdrawn from use in 1973, and place in storage. The ultimate fate of this C-54 is not known.

N88960, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), notes: C/n 36060, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0607, on 19 September 1945. It was then leased by Pan Am in 1947. This Skymaster was apparently never assigned a Clipper title. It was returned to the Army Air Force in 1950, and by 1973 was withdrawn for use and stored. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N90902, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Roland, notes: C/n 27338, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-15-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9112, on 1 May 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation it was purchased by American Overseas Airlines on 17 October 1945, and named Flagship Frankfurt. It later went to Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. This aircraft also carried the names Clipper Koln-Bonn and Clipper Frankfurt. It was sold to Trans Mediterranean Airways on 12 January 1961, and by 1966 was withdrawn from use and stored at Beirut, Lebanon. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known

NC90905, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Munich, notes: C/n 27344, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-15-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9118, on 8 May 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation it was purchased by American Overseas Airlines on 24 November 1945, and named Flagship Glasgow and later renamed Flagship Berlin. It later went to Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. It was first named Clipper Munich, then Clipper Frankfurt and finally Clipper Mermaid. The C-54E was then sold to an aircraft broker before being purchased by the Spanish military, registered T.4-11. It eventually crashed on 9 August 1976, near Vejer de la Frontera, Cadiz, Spain.

N90906, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54 Skymaster), Clipper Dusseldorf, notes: C/n 27310, originally delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54E-5-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 44-9084, on 4 April 1945. After being transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation later in 1945, it was purchased by American Overseas Airlines on 21 December 1945, and named Flagship Copenhagen. It later went to Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. It was first named Clipper Dusseldorf, then Clipper Munich, then Clipper Golden Gate, then Clipper Mermaid, and finally back to Clipper Dusseldorf. Pan Am leased the aircraft to Aerovias Panama Airways for a short time in 1961, registered HP-297. It was returned to Pan Am the same year and withdrawn from use. This Douglas C-54E Skymaster was eventually sold to the Trust Territories Government in 1962, and soon withdrawn from use again. The ultimate fate of this Skymaster is not known.

N90913, Douglas DC-4 (Douglas C-54G Skymaster), Clipper White Falcon, notes: C/n 35983, originally delivered to the U.S. Army Air Force as a Douglas C-54G-5-DO Skymaster, Serial Number 45-0530, on 14 July 1945. In 1946, this C-54G was then leased by American Overseas Airlines, and named Flagship Amsterdam. It later went to Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. It was then named Clipper Belle of the Skies, only to be renamed Clipper White Falcon. It was returned to the U.S. Army Air Force in January 1954. It was withdrawn from use in 1975. The ultimate fate of this Douglas C-54G Skymaster is not
known.


Douglas DC-6

N4061K, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Dawn, notes: C/n 44061, delivered to Pan Am on 7 July 1953. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 30 June 1964, to Aaxico Airlines, who converted it into a DC-6BF freighter. This DC-6 then changed hands several times. It was last reported in 1990, under the ownership of Conifair Aviation, registered C-GBYF. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N5024K, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper White Falcon, notes: C/n 44424, delivered to Pan Am on 6 May 1954. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper Dusseldorf and Clipper Arctic. It was sold to Air Lease on 17 September 1968. This DC-6 then flew for a large variety of operators and was ultimately broken up at Chico, California in 1980.

N5025K, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Windward, notes: C/n 44425, delivered to Pan Am on 18 May 1954. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper Koln and Clipper Bonn. Pan Am sold this DC-6 to Loftleidir, registered TF-LLE, on 8 March 1962. After a number of additional operators, this DC-6 crashed on 15 September 1980, off the north coast of Haiti.

N5026K, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Panama, notes: C/n 44426, delivered to Pan Am on 28 May 1954. It was leased for a short period in to National Airlines in 1958, after which it was returned off lease to Pan Am. It crashed and was written off just after takeoff from Shannon, Ireland on 22 June 1959.

N5027K, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Ponce de Leon, notes: C/n 44427, delivered to Pan Am on 8 June 1954. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper Munchen and Clipper Gazelle. Pan Am withdrew this aircraft from use in March 1958, and ultimately sold it to Air Lease on 17 September 1958. It was last reported as owned by Yemen Airways, who placed this DC-6 in storage in 1975. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N5028K, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Fair Wind, notes: C/n 44428, delivered to Pan Am on 15 June 1954. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Hanover. It was leased for a short time in late 1958, to National Airlines. Pan Am sold this DC-6 to Iran Air on 15 January 1965. Bird Air purchased it in November 1974. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in July 1979, and placed in storage at Seletar, Singapore. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N5118V, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper John Alden, notes: C/n 44118, delivered to Pan Am on 3 April 1954. Pan Am sold this DC-6 to Loftleidir, registered TF-LLB, on 9 March 1961. After several more operators it was apparently given to the Peruvian Air Force, Serial Number FAP-379, in July 1970. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in August 1970, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N5119V, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Miles Standish, notes: C/n 44119, delivered to Pan Am on 14 April 1954. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Miles Standish. Pan Am sold this airliner to United Arab Airlines on 17 March 1964. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1970, and place in storage as Cairo, Egypt. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N5120V, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Mermaid, notes: C/n 44120, delivered to Pan Am on 26 April 1954. It was leased for a short period of time in late 1958, to National Airlines. Pan Am sold this DC-6 to Loftleidir in November 1959. After the usual number of additional operators, it was apparently given to the Peruvian Air Force, in July 1970. It was withdrawn from use shortly after and was reportedly broken up in 1971.

N5121V, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Spendid, notes: C/n 44121, delivered to Pan Am on 26 April 1954. Pan Am sold this DC-6 to Loftleidir, registered TF-LLC, on 2 March 1961. After a couple of additional operators, it was apparently given to the Peruvian Air Force, Serial Number FAP-380, in July 1970. It was reportedly place in storage one month later. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6102H, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Golden Age, notes: C/n 44102, delivered to Pan Am on 6 July 1953. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Stuttgart. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 11 November 1967, to the Argentine Air Force. Over the years it was operated by a number of different firms, including British West Indies Airways and Zantop International. This DC-6 was last reported in 1986, as being seized by the Guatemalan government. The ultimate fate of the airframe is not known.

N6103C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Virginia, notes: C/n 44103, delivered to Pan Am on 18 July 1953. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Mannheim. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 17 September 1968, to Air Lease. After a number of additional operators, it was bought in December 1970, by Florida Aircraft Leasing. It was converted into a DC-6BF freighter in 1973. On 24 February 1978, this DC-6 was damaged beyond repair after it overran the runway at San Juan, Puerto Rico.

N6104C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Defender, notes: C/n 44104, delivered to Pan Am on 8 August 1953. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Borinquen. Pan Am sold this airliner on 31 March 1964, to United Arab Airlines, registered SU-ANL. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1970, and in storage at Cairo, Egypt. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6105C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Sam Houston, notes: C/n 44105, delivered to Pan Am on 15 August 1953. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Nurnberg. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 17 September 1968, to Air Lease. It was converted into a DC-6BF freighter in December 1974. After a number of additional operators, it was eventually bought in 1981, by Inair Panama, registered HP-894. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1983, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6106C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Andrew Jackson, notes: C/n 44106, delivered to Pan Am on 24 September 1953. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Hannover. Pan Am sold this airliner on 16 April 1964, to United Arab Airlines, registered SU-ANK. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1970, and placed in storage at Cairo, Egypt. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6107C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Balboa, notes: C/n 44107, delivered to Pan Am on 30 September 1953. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 26 June 1961, to the Portuguese Air Force, Serial Number 6701. It was last reported in 1985, as under the ownership of Transporte Aero Dominicano, registered HI-454CT. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6108C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Inca, notes: C/n 44108, delivered to Pan Am on 4 October 1953. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 26 June 1961, to the Portuguese Air Force, Serial Number 6702. It was last reported in 1986, as under the ownership of Blue Air Sea International Cargo, registered HR-AKE, and in storage at Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6109C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Mohawk, notes: C/n 44109, delivered to Pan Am on 22 December 1953. Pan Am sold this DC-6 in May 1958, to AVENSA, registered YV-C-EVR. It was converted into a DC-6BF freighter in 1975. This DC-6 was last reported in 1987, as operated by Aerial Transit, in Miami, Florida. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6110C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Natchez, notes: C/n 44110, delivered to Pan Am on 1 December 1953. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper Frankfurt, Clipper Wiesbaden and Clipper Rival. Pan Am sold this airliner on 17 September 1968, to Air Lease. It was last operated in the mid-1970s by Mackey International Airlines. This DC-6 was broken up for spares in 1983.

N6111C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Peerless, notes: C/n 44111, delivered to Pan Am on 6 December 1953. Pan Am sold this DC-6 in May 1958, to AVENSA, registered YV-C-EVG. It was later found in Southeast Asia, under the ownership of the Republic of Vietnam. In April 1975, it was seized by the new government, and was last reported in 1980, as being in storage. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6112C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Reindeer, notes: C/n 44112, delivered to Pan Am on 14 December 1953. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper William Clark, Clipper Bonn, Clipper Frankfurt and Clipper Golden West. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 17 September 1968, to Air Lease. It was eventually bought in 1971, by Inair Panama, registered HP-523, and was last reported in 1977, as in storage at Panama City, Panama. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6113C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Golden West, notes: C/n 44113, delivered to Pan Am on 21 December 1953. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper Midnight Sun, Clipper Seven Seas, Clipper Frankfurt and Clipper Hamburg. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 17 September 1968, to Air Lease. After a number a additional operators, it was bought in October 1970, by Transportes Aereos Latin America. This DC-6 crashed on 16 November 1970, at La Antigua.

N6114C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Northern Light, notes: C/n 44114, delivered to Pan Am on 6 March 1954. This DC-6 also few under the titles Clipper Southern Cross, Clipper Bonn and Clipper Kiln. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 20 December 1967, to the Argentine Air Force, Serial Number TC-55. It crashed on 7 November 1968, near Mar del Plata, Argentina.

N6115C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Lark, notes: C/n 44115, delivered to Pan Am on 12 March 1954. This DC-6 also few under the title Clipper Nurnberg. Pan Am sold this DC-6 in March 1961, to the Portuguese Air Force, Serial Number 6705. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1978, and in storage at Alverca, Portugal.

N6116C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Arctic, notes: C/n 44116, delivered to Pan Am on 26 March 1954. This DC-6 also few under the title Clipper Munchen. Pan Am sold this DC-6 in March 1961, to the Portuguese Air Force, Serial Number 6705. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1978, and in storage at Alverca, Portugal.

N6117C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper De Soto, notes: C/n 44117, delivered to Pan Am on 4 April 1954. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Berlin. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 12 August 1961, to Loftieider, registered TF-LLD. It was later converted into a DC-6BF freighter. On 13 November 1980, while under the ownership of Aeronica, this DC-6BF crashed at Panama City Panama. It was later scrapped in 1983.

N6258C, Douglas DC-6A, Clipper Gladiator, notes: C/n 44258, delivered to Pan Am on 1 May 1954. This DC-6 was then sold to the Portuguese Air Force, Serial Number 6703, on 21 August 1961. After a number of additional operators, this DC-6 was last reported in 1995, as being owned by Piedmont Air Transport. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6259C, Douglas DC-6A, Clipper Jupiter, notes: C/n 44259, delivered to Pan Am on 19 May 1954. Pan Am sold this DC-6 to Ariana Afghan Airlines, registered YA-DAN, in April 1960. After changing hands several times, it was finally purchased by Ruta Aerea Nacional, registered TI-AOQ, in 1979. It was then reported withdrawn from use and place in storage. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known,

N6260C, Douglas DC-6A, Clipper Westwind, notes: C/n 44260, delivered to Pan Am on 21 June 1953. Pan Am sold this DC-6 to Los Angeles Air Service on 15 September 1958. It then flew for a number of different operators, including Slick Airways and Bellomy-Lawson. It was last reported as impounded in 1982, at Great Inagua, Bahamas. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6518C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Freedom, notes: C/n 43518, delivered to Pan Am on 29 May 1952. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper Pocahontas and Clipper Kiel. It was leased on 18 February 1960, to Capital Airlines, who returned it off lease just over one year later. On 19 October 1962, it was then leased to Austral, registered LV-PVS., who returned it off lease in October 1964. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 17 September 1968, to Air Lease. After a number of additional operators it was bought in 1971, by Inair Panama. It was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Panama City, Panama. This DC-6 was then broken up in 1975.

N6519C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Liberty Bell, notes: C/n 43519, delivered to Pan Am on 27 February1952. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Bremen. It was leased for a short time in 1961 to Austral. Pan Am finally sold this DC-6 on 25 May 1965 to Aaxico Airlines, after which it changed hands a number of times. On 4 February 1976, while being operated by LAC Colombia, this DC-6 crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff from Santa Maria, Colombia.

N6520C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Priscilla Alden, notes: C/n 43520, delivered to Pan Am on 12 March 1952. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Dortmund. It was leased for a time to Capital Airlines. Pan Am finally sold this DC-6 to Air Lease on 17 September 1968. It was converted into a DC-6BF freighter in 1973. On 17 February 1975, while being flown by Pacific Alaska Airlines, this DC-6 crashed on takeoff out of Fairbanks, Alaska.

N6521C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Goodwill, notes: C/n 43521, delivered to Pan Am on 31 March 1952. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper Goettingen and Clipper Phoenix. Pan Am leased this aircraft to several firms, including Eastern Air Lines, Capital Airlines, Aerovias Panama and Austral. It was finally sold on 17 September 1968, to Air Lease. In 1975, this DC-6 was bought by Inair Panama, registered HP-641. In 1976, it was last reported as withdrawn from use and in storage. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6522C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Plymouth Rock, notes: C/n 43522, delivered to Pan Am on 5 April 1952. Pan Am leased this DC-6 to Capital Airlines on 5 May 1960. One year later it was returned off lease, and later leased to Aerovias Panama. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Hanover. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 19 January 1967 to Pacific Airmotive. After being operated by a number of additional owners, including the United States Air Force and the Chilean Air Force, it was last reported, in August 1992, as being operated by Woods Air Fuel.

N6523C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Betsy Ross, notes: C/n 43523, delivered to Pan Am on 12 April 1952. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper Georgia and Clipper Berlin. Pan Am leased this airliner for a short period in 1960, to Capital Airlines before selling it outright to Air Lease on 17 September 1968. On 17 February 1978, while under the ownership of Skyways International, this DC-6 was damaged beyond economical repair after it ditched and sank at Laguna de Brus, Honduras.

N6524C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Pocohontas, notes: C/n 43524, delivered to Pan Am on 19 April 1952. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper Essen and Clipper Meteor. In February 1960, it was leased for just over one year to Capital Airlines. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 17 September 1968, to Air Lease. After this it was operated by a number of different firms. It was converted into a DC-6BF freighter in 1975. In 1979, it was bought by Monarch Aviation, and was last reported as on lease to Inair Panama. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6525C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Resolute, notes: C/n 43525, delivered to Pan Am on 24 April 1952. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Live Yankee. It was leased on 1 May 1960, to Capital Airlines, who returned it off lease just over one year later. It was sold on 24 February 1967, to Trans Mediterranean Airways, registered OD-AEU. After a number of additional operators, including Zantop International Airlines and Antarctic Air, it was last reported in 1996, as owned by Legion Express. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6526C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Evening Star, notes: C/n 43526, delivered to Pan Am on 30 May 1952. This DC-6 also flew under the titles Clipper Great Lakes, Clipper Mount Vernon and Clipper Heidelberg. It was leased for a time to Capital Airlines. PANAGRA and Aerovias Panama. On 17 September 1968, Pan Am sold this DC-6 to Air Lease. On 10 April 1972, while being operated by Inair Panama, this DC-6 crashed near Manaus, Brazil.

N6527C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Stargazer, notes: C/n 43527, delivered to Pan Am on 23 June 1952. This DC-6 also few under the titles Clipper Koln, Clipper Berlin and Clipper John Alden. It was leased for a short time in 1960, to Capital Airlines before being sold outright to Air Lease on 17 September 1968. It was then bought in June 1969, by Inair Panama, registered HP-493. It was last reported in 1977, as withdrawn from use and in storage at Panama City, Panama. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6528C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Midnight Sun, notes: C/n 43528, delivered to Pan Am on 3 July 1952. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Morning Star. It was leased for a short time in 1960, to Capital Airlines before being sold outright to Trans Mediterranean Airways, registered OD-AET, in December 1966. This DC-6 was bought by Aerocosta Colombia, registered HK-1360, in February 1973. It was last reported in 1977, as withdrawn from use and broken up at Miami, Florida.

N6529C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Fidelity, notes: C/n 43529, delivered to Pan Am on 20 August 1952. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 12 September 1961, to Transportes Aereos de India Portuguesa, registered CR-IAH. Over the ensuing years, this DC-6 was operated by a number of different firms. In February 1986, it was bought by Transporte Aereo Dominicano, registered HI-474CT. It was last reported in 1991, to be withdrawn from use and in storage at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6530C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Pathfinder, notes: C/n 43530, delivered to Pan Am on 22 August 1952. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Frankfurt. Pan Am leased this airliner to LACSA on 17 September 1962, and sold it outright to the same company on 1 September 1963. It was last reported in 1987 as impounded at Merida, Mexico. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6531C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Viking, notes: C/n 43531, delivered to Pan Am on 23 August 1952. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 31 August 1961, to Aviateca, registered TG-ADA. It crashed on 8 June 1978, while on approach to Guatemala City, Guatemala.

N6532C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Aurora, notes: C/n 43532, delivered to Pan Am on 31 August 1952. Pan Am leased this DC-6 in 1955, to Eastern Air Lines, and later in 1960, to Capital Airlines. On 6 March 1964, it was purchased by Compania Dominicana, registered HI-92. It was converted to a DC-6BF freighter in 1975. It was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1982, and placed in storage at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

N6533C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Flying Arrow, notes: C/n 43533, delivered to Pan Am on 5 September 1952. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 7 April 1961, to the Portuguese Air Force, Serial Number 6707. It was last reported in July 1978, as withdrawn from use and in storage at Alverca, Portugal. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6534C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Carib, notes: C/n 43534, delivered to Pan Am on 12 September 1952. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper Stuttgart. Pan Am sold this DC-6 in April 1961, to the Portuguese Air Force, Serial Number 6708. It was last reported in July 1978, as withdrawn from use and in storage at Alverca, Portugal. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.

N6535C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Mercury, notes: C/n 43535, delivered to Pan Am on 18 October 1952. Pan Am sols this DC-6 on 3 August 1961, to Transportes Aereos de India Portuguesa. It was later flown by the Portuguese Air Force. It was last reported in 1980, as under the ownership of Aero B, registered YV-294C.

N6538C, Douglas DC-6B, Clipper Northwind, notes: C/n 43838, delivered to Pan Am on 20 February 1954. This DC-6 also flew under the title Clipper United States. It was leased for a short time in 1962, to Aerolineas INI. Pan Am sold this DC-6 on 10 April 1964, to Faucett, who later converted it to DC-6BF freighter specifications. It was withdrawn from use in 1981, and broken up at Lima, Peru.

N7822C, Douglas DC-6A, Clipper Undaunted, notes: C/n 45520, originally scheduled to be delivered to Slick Airways on 6 August 1958. Pan Am bought this DC-6 on the same day. This aircraft also flew under the title Clipper Virtue. Pan Am transferred it to PANAGRA in 1959. After being leased for a short time to ASA International, this DC-6 was sold to Aaxico Airlines in 1961. After changing hands a number of times, it was ultimately bought by Carga Aerea Dominicana in November 1977. In November 1986, this DC-6 crashed at Congotown in the Bahamas.

N90908, Douglas DC-6A, Clipper Ocean Express, notes: C/n 43297, originally delivered to Slick Airways. Pan Am bought this DC-6 on 30 June 1958, and later sold to on 2 May 1960, to the Portuguese Air Force, Serial Number 6704. It too changed hands several times until it was last reported being operated by Filair in 1990. The ultimate fate of this DC-6 is not known.


Douglas DC-7

N731PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Bald Eagle, notes: C/n 44873, delivered to Pan Am on 5 November 1956, as a DC-7C. It was converted to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1959. This DC-7 was later sold to Liberty Air, registered N7314, on 15 March 1965. After additional operators it was bought in May 1972, by Transported Aeriens Reunis, registered F-BTDJ. It was withdrawn from use and scrapped at Nice, France, in November 1972.

N732PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Black Hawk, notes: C/n 44874, delivered to Pan Am on 6 September 1956. It was re-registered as N7326 in 1965. Pan Am sold this DC-7 to Intercontinental Air on 6 January 1966. After a number of additional operators including Air Trans Africa, it was purchased by Trans Europa in May 1967. It was withdrawn from use and store for a time at Palma Majorca before finally being broken up in 1974, at Madrid Spain.

N733PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Bluejacket, notes: C/n 44875, delivered to Pan Am on 18 April 1956, as a DC-7C. Pan Am converted the airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1959. It was sold to Liberty Air, registered N7334, on 21 May 1965. On 26 July 1970, while being operated by ARCO Bermuda, this DC-7 crashed gear up at Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

N734PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Seven Seas, notes: C/n 44876, delivered to Pan Am on 28 April 1956, as a DC-7C. Pan Am converted the airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1960. This DC-7 also flew under the title Clipper Bostonian. Pan Am sold the airframe to Liberty Air on 2 February 1965. Over the years it flew for a number of additional operators, including Airlift International and Aeronaves de Peru. On 5 September 1978, while being flown by Advance Aviation, this DC-7 crashed and was written off near Farmerville, Louisiana.

N735PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Caroline, notes: C/n 44877, delivered to Pan Am on 7 May 1956, as a DC-7C. Pan Am converted the airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1960. This aircraft also flew under the title Clipper Stargazer. Pan Am sold this airliner to Liberty Air, registered N7354, on 12 May 1965. After a couple of additional operators, it was bought by Aeronaves de Peru in December 1969. It was withdrawn from use in May 1975, and placed in storage at Lima, Peru. This DC-7 was finally broken up in 1980.

N736PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Charger, notes: C/n 44878, delivered to Pan Am on 18 May 1956 as a Douglas DC-7C. It also flew under the title Clipper Westwind. In September 1960, Pan Am converted this airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications. It was sold on 4 June 1965 to Aaxico Airlines, registered N73675. After being operated by several additional airlines, the DC-7CF crashed in 1977, in North Carolina.

N737PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Climax, notes: C/n 44879, delivered to Pan Am on 5 June 1956, as a DC-7C. This DC-7 also flew under the title Clipper Kingfisher. Pan Am converted the airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1960. It was sold to Aaxico Airlines on 8 June 1965. It was then operated by several different operators, including Southern Air Transport and British West Indian Airways. On 11 July 1979, it was bought by Cain Sales, Inc after which it disappeared under rather mysterious circumstances. The ultimate fate of this DC-7 is not known.

N738PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Empress of the Skies, notes: C/n 44880, delivered to Pan Am on 14 June 1956. This DC-7 also flew under the title Clipper Stanford. Pan Am sold this airliner to Intercontinental Air on 20 December 1965. It was then sold to Trans Europa, registered EC-BCI, in 1966. In 1971, it was withdrawn from use and stored at Madrid, Spain. It was later reportedly broken up.

N739PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Flora Temple, notes: C/n 44881, delivered to Pan Am on 22 June 1956, as a DC-7C. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Courser. Pan Am converted the airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1960. It was sold to Intercontinental Air on 21 February 1966. After several more operators, it was bought by National Aircraft in December 1970. This DC-7 was then withdrawn from use in November 1973, and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. It was later scrapped.

N740PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Northern Light, notes: C/n 44882, delivered to Pan Am on 28 June 1956. It also flew under the title Clipper Gauntlet. On 20 February 1959, this DC-7C crashed and was destroyed while landing at San Francisco.

N741PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Great Republic, notes: C/n 44883, delivered to Pan Am on 10 July 1956, as a DC-7C. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Celestial. Pan Am converted the airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1960. On 16 June 1965, Pan Am sold this aircraft to Aaxico Airlines. After several additional operators, the DC-7 was purchased by Francis B Burch in 1981. Later, in 1987, it was withdrawn from use and scrapped at Miami, Florida.

N742PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Fidelity, notes: C/n 44884, delivered to Pan Am on 18 July 1956, as a DC-7C. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Morning Star. Pan Am converted the airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1960. After a period of storage at Miami, Florida in 1964, it was sold to Liberty Air on 15 September 1965. Liberty Air sold the aircraft to International Aerodyne in April 1966, who leased it to several different operators. Finally, after being withdrawn from use and placed in storage, this DC-7 was scrapped in 1971.

N743PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Ocean Rover, notes: C/n 44885, delivered to Pan Am on 27 July 1956. On 15 June 1966, it was sold to Intercontinental Air, registered N74303. This DC-7 was later operated by quite a number of different firms. In 1981, it was last reported as impounded at Freeport Bahamas. The ultimate fate of this DC-7 is not known.

N744PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Pacific Trader, notes: C/n 44886, delivered to Pan Am on 7 August 1956. This DC-7 also flew under the title Clipper Malay. On 8 April 1966, Pan Am sold this airliner to Intercontinental Air, who in turn sold it to International Aerodyne in June 1966. It was withdrawn from use in 1969, and placed in storage. The ultimate fate of this DC-7 is not known.

N745PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Midnight Sun, notes: C/n 44887, delivered to Pan Am on 29 August 1956, as a DC-7C. This DC-7 also flew under the title Clipper Fortune. Pan Am converted this airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1960. On 18 February 1961, this Clipper was damaged beyond economical repair during a landing attempt at Stuttgart, Germany.

N746PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Eclipse, notes: C/n 45090, delivered to Pan Am on 19 December 1956, as a DC-7C. Pan Am converted this airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1960. On 15 September 1965, this freighter was sold to Liberty Air. On 27 September 1968, while being operated by Universal Airlines, this DC-7 crashed on approach to Cherry Point, North Carolina.

N747PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Ganges, notes: C/n 45091, delivered to Pan Am on 11 January 1957. It was withdrawn from use and placed in storage in 1965. On 9 August 1966, Pan Am sold this DC-7 to Intercontinental Air. After a couple of additional operators it was bought by International Aerodyne in 1970, and placed in storage shortly thereafter. The ultimate fate of this DC-7 is not known.

N748PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Georgia, notes: C/n 45092, delivered to Pan Am on 26 January 1957, who in turn leased it to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PEH, in 1963. It was returned to Pan Am in 1964, and sold to Intercontinental Air on 6 January 1966. This DC-7 was then sold to Trans Europa in June 1966. After being withdrawn from use, the airframe was broken up in March 1970, at Palma, Majorca.

N749PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Defender, notes: C/n 45093, delivered to Pan Am on 5 February 1957. On 17 June 1966, Pan Am sold this DC-7 to Intercontinental Air. After a few additional operators it was bought by Carolina Aircraft in May 1972. This DC-7 was scrapped two months later.

N750PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Matchless, notes: C/n 45094, delivered to Pan Am on 21 February 1957. It was then sold to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PEG, on 20 January 1964, only to be repossessed by Pan Am on 9 September 1965. Pan Am then leased this airliner to several different firms before it was sold outright to International Aerodyne on 20 February 1967. After the requisite number of additional operators, this DC-7 was bought by Kenneth Meek in March 1980. It was reportedly destroyed by fire in 1980, somewhere in northern Colombia.

N751PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Morning Light, notes: C/n 45095, delivered to Pan Am on 27 February 1957. This DC-7 also flew under the title Clipper Flying Light. Pan Am sold this airliner to International Aerodyne on 5 April 1965, who in turn leased it to several different operators. This DC-7 was finally withdrawn from use and scrapped in 1972.

N752PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Rambler, notes: C/n 45096, delivered to Pan Am on 15 March 1957. It also flew under the title Clipper Mount Vernon. In 1960, Pan Am converted the airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications. It was sold to Liberty Air, registered N7524, on 9 February 1965. It was last reported in 1974, to be withdrawn from use and stored at Khartoum, Sudan. The ultimate fate of this DC-7CF is not known.

N753PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Rainbow, notes: C/n 45097, delivered to Pan Am 22 March 1957. This DC-7 also flew under the title Clipper Sweepstakes. Pan Am sold this airliner to International Aerodyne on 1 January 1965, who in turn leased it to several operators. This DC-7 was finally withdrawn from use in 1968, and after a brief period in storage, was scrapped.

N754PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper Derby, notes: C/n 45121, delivered to Pan Am on 23 April 1957, as a DC-7C. It was converted to DC-7CF freighter specification in 1960. This DC-7 may have also flown under the title Clipper Victor. It was sold on 10 June 1965, to Saturn Airways, registered N75476. After a couple of additional owners, it was finally withdrawn from use in 1970 and placed in storage at Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It was later broken up in December 1972.

N755PA, Douglas DC-7CF, Clipper East Indian, notes: C/n 45123, delivered to Pan Am on 19 April 1957, as a DC-7C. Pan Am converted the airframe to DC-7CF freighter specifications in 1960. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Argonaut. It was sold to Liberty Air on 16 June 1965, who in turn leased it to several different operators. It was last owned by F. A. Conner, and was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. This DC-7 was scrapped in 1975.

N756PA, Douglas DC-7C, Clipper Courser, notes: C/n 45130, originally to be delivered to Mexicana, registered XA-LOE, but instead was delivered to Pan am on 18 June 1957. Pan Am eventually sold it to Mexicana, registered XA-LOE on 22 March 1961. After a myriad of additional operators, it was bought by American Express Leasing in July 1972. This DC-7 crashed on 31 December 1972, shortly after takeoff from San Juan, Puerto Rico.

N771PA, Douglas DC-7B, Clipper Evening Star, notes: C/n 44864, delivered to Pan Am on 25 May 1955, who in turn sold it on 30 September 1964, to the Empire Aircraft Company. By 1965, this DC-7 was under the ownership of California Airmotive. It was reported withdrawn from use and scrapped.

N772PA, Douglas DC-7B, Clipper Friendship, notes: C/n 44866, delivered to Pan Am on 17 June 1955, who in turn sold it on 30 September 1964, to the Empire Aircraft Company. By 1965, this DC-7 was under the ownership of California Airmotive. It was reported withdrawn from use 1965 and scrapped in 1967.

N773PA, Douglas DC-7B, Clipper Endeavor, notes: C/n 44867, delivered to Pan Am on 17 June 1955. It was sold to the Empire Aircraft Company on 28 September 1964. After a few more additional operators, this DC-6 was finally withdrawn from use in June 1965, and stored at Miami, Florida. It was ultimately scrapped later that year.

N774PA, Douglas DC-7B, Clipper Winged Racer, notes: C/n 44868, delivered to Pan Am on 19 July 1955. This DC-7 also flew under the title Clipper Yankee. It was bought by Global Presentations, Inc on 30 October 1963, but was repossessed by Pan Am in April 1965. It was finally sold to Miami Aviation Corporation in March 1968, and was later leased for a time in 1968 by Herman’s Hermits. In August 1972, while under lease to Air Cambodge, this DC-7 was withdrawn from use and placed in storage in Bangkok, Thailand. It was reported as derelict in 1975, and finally broken up.

N775PA, Douglas DC-7B, Clipper Nautilus, notes: C/n 44869, delivered to Pan Am on 30 July 1955. On 28 September 1964, Pan Am sold the DC-7 to the Empire Aircraft Company. Later, under the ownership of California Airmotive, this DC-7 was withdrawn from use and stored at Lancaster, California in December 1970. It was reportedly later broken up.

N776PA, Douglas DC-7B, Clipper Nonpareil, notes: C/n 44870, delivered to Pan Am on 17 August 1955. In October 1964, Pan Am sold this DC-7 to Cross Aero Corporation. After a couple of additional operators it was purchased in August 1965, to Aerolineas Peruanas, registered OB-R-784. It was withdrawn from service and place in storage at Miami, Florida in 1968. This DC-7 was reportedly later broken up

N777PA, Douglas DC-7B, Clipper Jupiter Rex, notes: C/n 44865, delivered to Pan Am on 25 May 1955. On 21 September 1964, it was sold to the Empire Aircraft Company. After a few more owners this DC-7 was withdrawn from use and broken up in 1970.

 

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