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One woman's look back at how the Douglas has lived to fly for 75 years.
The "macho" DC-3 cockpit wasn't enough to deter a determined woman.
the great thing about the DC-3 was it had no electronics no auto pilot so it's more fun to fly and not just hitting a nobe and it's flying it self.
I am a commercial aviation student at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta and am doing a project on the DC-3 for school. I was hoping to get into contact with anyone who does or has flown the DC-3. Anyone who wouldn't mind sharing a bit of their time and just talking about what it's like to actually fly the plane, if you could contact me that would be great! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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