FS2004 Ozark Airlines Martin 404
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Textures for Dee Waldron's Martin 404 available at California Classics. Ozark traded six Convair 240s to Mohawk Airlines for 15 Martin 404s in 1965. These aircraft were purchased new by Eastern Airlines in the early 1950s. These textures depict an Ozark Martin 404 about 1965. Repaint by Gary Harper.
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title=Martin 4-0-4 Ozark
ui_variation=Ozark airlines (CB-3)
description=The 4-0-4 Skyliner was the 1951 pressurised and stretched fuselage equivalent of the modified 2-0-2A having been extensively redesigned to compete with the pressurised and long established Convair CV-240. Pressurisation finally allowed the power of R-2800-CB16 engines to be exploited by TWA, but EAL intended to use the 4-0-4 only over short hauls away from mountains and so they specified the R-2800-CB3 engine with no high blower. This eventually became the engine in most 4-0-4s. The 1951 4-0-4 inherited structural flaws from the original 1947 2-0-2 and was still subject to significant restrictions when carrying a large payload. Although more than twice as successful as the unpressurised 2-0-2A the 4-0-4 was structurally inferior to the later CV-340 which appeared in 1952. Crucially the USAF, by far the largest purchaser of US manufactured propliners after WW2, continued to buy twin engined propliners only from Convair and production of the Martin 4-0-4 soon ended with only 101 in airline and USCG service.
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