Douglas DC-4

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Douglas DC-4

Post by red baron » Mon Aug 08, 2011 9:16 pm

From Airliners.net...
Powerplants

Four 1080kW (1450shp) Pratt & Whitney R20002SDBG Twin Wasp 14 cylinder twin row radial piston engines driving three blade constant speed propellers.
Performance

Max speed 451km/h (244kt), cruising speed 365km/h (197kt). Service ceiling 22,300ft. Range with a 5200kg (11,440lb) payload 4023km (2172nm).
Weights

Empty 19,460kg (43,300lb), max takeoff 33,112kg (73,000lb).
Dimensions

Wing span 35.81m (117ft 6in), length 28.60m (93ft 10in), height 8.38m (27ft 6in). Wing area 135.6m2 (1460sq ft).
Capacity

Flightcrew of three, standard passenger seating for 44, max seating for 86. Most surviving aircraft configured as freighters.
Production

Total DC-4 production comprised one DC-4E, 78 commercial DC-4s, 1162 military C54 Skymasters and 42 Canadair developed Merlin powered derivatives. Almost 80 remain in commercial service, most as freighters.
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Re: Douglas DC-4

Post by Goose » Mon Aug 08, 2011 10:47 pm

I Would also Enjoying having this in my hangar

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Re: Douglas DC-4

Post by MrFunnybone » Thu Aug 18, 2011 7:38 am

I have been waiting for someone to request a dc-4/dc-6/dc-7
;) good request

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Re: Douglas DC-4

Post by Peter » Wed Jan 04, 2012 6:00 pm

i was thinking the same thing today, there's lots of dc-3s available but not it larger sibling the dc-4/c-54 skymaster. a dc-6 would be great as well!

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