Am 1 Apr 2006 20:27:14 -0800 schrieb " firstname.lastname@example.org":
If you only count aircraft still in original commission and only US
military ones, you should be right. Otherwise I would guess, that (I
do _not_ count museal pieces) somewhere a couple of C47/DC3s or other
WW2 vintage might be in service until today...
cu, ZiLi aka HKZL (Heinrich Zinndorf-Linker)
"Abusus non tollit usum" - Latin: Abuse is no argument against proper use.
Well, the Collings Foundation in the US is flying a B-24J, a B-17G and
a B-25. Althought some of the C-47s that are still flying might preceed
Aren't there also some DC-3's still flying passengers?
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