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-88 seats
-315 mph
-107,000 lb. max. gross take-off weight
-3000 mile range
-4 Pratt & Whitney Double Wasp  R 2800 Engines.
-106ft Length
-29ft Height
-118ft Span

In September 1950, Pan Am ordered 45 Dc-6s. All of these were delivered by June 1954. 

The first one to enter service was the Clipper Liberty Bell May 1, 1952. The DC-6 worked the New York-London route.

These were replaced with Boeing 727s.

Douglas DC-6B

Douglas DC-6

Douglas DC-6

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Douglas DC-6    Douglas DC-6
Dougals DC-6  

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