1937 Douglas DC-3 to visit Okla. this weekend

05/31/2013 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

The Douglas DC-3 flown by American Airlines was one of the first aircraft to show the viability of commercial airlines in the 1930s. The "Flagship Detroit," a DC-3 built in 1937, will visit Tulsa, Okla., this weekend. "They say this is the plane that made flying profitable," said Jim Gentry, an American Airlines mechanic.

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