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Flying to Yellowknife in 1967: Remembering the birth of the NWT capital


CBC.ca - Jan 21, 2017
Jake Ootes was aboard a vintage Douglas DC-7 plane with 29 others, en route to Yellowknife. It was September, 1967 — just months after the city had been declared the new capital of the Northwest Territories. AUDIO | 50 years ago today, Yellowknife ...
 

When Two Planes Collided Over the Grand Canyon


Inverse - Jun 30, 2016
A United Air Lines Lockheed L-1049 and Douglas DC-7 each departed from Los Angeles International Airport within three minutes of each other, the former headed for Kansas City and the latter to Chicago. In the pre-flight instructions, it was planned ...
 

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Douglas DC-7B start and departure Oshkosh 2010


Engine start, taxi and takeoff of the Douglas DC-7B restored and operated by the Historical Flight Foundation. Gotta love 12000 horsepower!
 

Douglas DC-7 Takeoff Roll


Battling a fire in Hood River, OR. Departing Portland-Troutdale Airport.
 

Douglas DC-7 HD - Stock Footage


Douglas DC-7 Flying over mountains, American Grace Airways, Japan Air Airlines, United, American Airlines, New York International Airport 1955, Air Traffic Control Tower, Controllers. Passengers,...
 

F 2210 American Airlines The Mercury Douglas DC-7


From the archives of the San Diego Air and Space Museum http://www.sandiegoairandspace.org/research/ Please do not use for commercial purposes without permission.
 

Pan Am Douglas DC-7C \


Silent film via the Rick Prelinger archives, filmed by the Kilker Family. A big, beautiful Doug in all her glory, looking splendid in Pan Am's meatball livery, and a lot of great \