Chicago (1945)

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Documentary (1945)

A film from the Chicago Board of Education. Most of these shots are probably of Midway International Airport (MDW/KMDW), then known as Chicago Municipal Airport.

Douglas DST-A-207

Registration NC33324, c/n 1954. Delivered to Northwest Airlines on July 1937.

Reg. NC33324 Douglas DST-A-207 of Northwest Airlines.
Reg. NC33324 Douglas DST-A-207 of Northwest Airlines.
Reg. NC33324 Douglas DST-A-207 of Northwest Airlines.

Douglas DC-3-314B

Registration NC15575, c/n 4109. Delivered to American Airlines on June 1941. Another one from AA behind it, with unidentified registration.

Douglas DC-3-314B of American Airlines.

Douglas DC-3A-197 & Douglas DC-3-313

Registration NC16071, c/n 1911. Delivered to United Air Lines in November 1936. Foreground is NC15586 DC-3A-197D delivered to United Air Lines on July 1941. In the background, a DC-3 from Puerto-Rican company Caribbean Atlantic Airlines.

Reg. NC16071 and NC15586 Douglas DC-3A-197 of United Air Lines and Douglas DC-3-313 of Caribbean Atlantic Airlines.

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