Aircraft N1944A Data

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1944 Douglas DC3C-S1C3G C/N 19677

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  • N1944A @ EGVA - On static display at RIAT 2007. - by kenvidkid by kenvidkid @ EGVA
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Airframe Info

Model:DC3C-S1C3G    Search all Douglas DC3C-S1C3G
Year built:1944
Construction Number (C/N):19677
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:32
Number of Engines:2
Engine Type:Reciprocating
Engine Manufacturer and Model:P & W R-1830 SERIES
Also Registered As:
N3239W  Re-registered as N194AA


Registration Number:N1944A
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A179EC
Certification Class:Limited
Certification Issued:2011-07-21
Air Worthiness Test:1986-05-29
Last Action Taken:2011-07-21
Current Status:Valid


Registration Type:Individual
Address:Polk City, FL 33868
United States

User Comments

Glenn E. Chatfield, 2012-04-25 12:35:19
 This plane was built as C-47A 43-15211 and delivered to the USAAF on 2/19/44, and assigned to the U.S. 8th Air Force in the European Theater on 3/30/44. War record unknown, but on 1/1/48 it was placed in storage in West Germany. On 6/28/50 the plane went to the Norwegian Air Force as “315211,” being assigned to No.335 Sqdn, with fuselage code of “T-AL.” In 1951 the code changed to “BW-B” and in 1956 it became “BW-S.” On 6/28/56 the plane went to the Royal Danish Air Force as K-683, serving with No. 721 Sqdn until sold to the Valiant Air Command in Florida during October 1982. It was then registered as N3239W in January 1983, finally being delivered to the U.S. that May. It then began operating for use as a jump plane for parachuting. (information from Arthur Pearcy’s 1988 book, “Douglas DC-3 Survivors”)