The Douglas Dakota is the millitary version of the venerable Douglas DC-3. Produced in their thousands during WWII, many found their way to the civillian market after the war. Others soldiered on in official service often in new and unique roles. One such example flies with the RAF Battle Of Britain Memorial Flight. This aircraft (ZA947) was passed to the flight from RAE Bobscombe Down in 1992. This is how she is currently painted to resemble FZ692 for the 2014-2016 display seasons.
This is the X-Plane version. For the version for ESP platforms click here.
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