FS2004 Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana Douglas DC-6B HC-AVH
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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Textures only. Original model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson. Repaint by Alex Colka.
Screenshot of Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana Douglas DC-6B in flight.
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title=Douglas DC-6B FAE
ui_variation=Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana
description=The DC-6 was developed as a faster, larger, and pressurized version of the DC-4 which first flew in 1946. This popular airliner was faster than TWA's new 049 Constellation, and allowed one-stop transcontinental service in 10 hours. When more powerful P&W R-2800 engines became available, Douglas decided to stretch the DC-6 by over 4.5 feet to produce the DC-6B. The first DC-6B flew in February, 1951, and the first operator was American Air Lines. Production of the DC-6B reached 288 by the close of the production line in November, 1958. Produced in parallel with the DC-7 series, many airlines found the DC-6B to be preferable to the DC-7's. The DC-6A was a very similar plane designed especially for freighter service. The reason for this preference is due to the impressive operating statistics of the DC-6B. It had the best operating economics of any large piston airliner of it's time, and passengers also appreciated it's quietness, smoothness, and general comfort.
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