The Douglas DC-3 is a fixed-wing, propeller-driven aircraft which revolutionized air transport in the 1930s and 1940s, and is generally regarded as one of the most significant transport aircraft ever made.
Bankstown Airport (0.45 mi / 0.73 km)
TRANSIENT: Light Plane (0.69 mi / 1.12 km)
Dunc Gray Velodrome (1.33 mi / 2.15 km)
Bass Hill Twin Drive-In Theatre (1.58 mi / 2.53 km)
Warwick Farm Racecourse (2.23 mi / 3.59 km)
Holsworthy Military Barracks (3.81 mi / 6.13 km)
Rookwood Necropolis (Cemetery) (5.27 mi / 8.47 km)
Holsworthy Military Airfield (5.36 mi / 8.63 km)
Interchange M5 and Ring Road 3 (5.64 mi / 9.07 km)
Site of the Granville Train Disaster (6.37 mi / 10.26 km)
From: Mith18& they are still being used today/ usefull for flying stuff today.
Thu Feb 01 17:02:14 -0800 2007
I would like to see some other things that can do what the DC-3 can do all through their life & still be able to do it 70 years later