DC-4 Flights

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Welcome to the DC-4 Flights webpage. Here you will find a growing collection of flights specifically suited for or historically flown by the DC-4. This will be similar to the Regional Airlines webpage for the DC-3: An airline can earn its logo here with as few as a dozen flights.

We solicit your contribution of DC-4 flights from throughout the world. Normally, any route 225 NM in length or greater from an existing DC-3 Airways schedule is eligible for PIREP credit. But note in Jim Daigneau's 1946 Delta Air Lines schedule below that the Skymaster flew legs as short as 27 NM. So, if it's in a timetable and was flown by a DC-4, route length is not an issue.

The Flight Schedules below are in the order of "most recently posted" at the top.

BOAC LogoSee the BOAC routes page for a full description of these wonderful DC-3 and DC-4 routes by George Blundell-Pound, DCA-1541.

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Delta LogoIn 1946, Delta Air Lines added eight DC-4s to its fleet, their first four-engined aircraft. Their DC-4 routes extended from Chicago to Miami and Fort Worth, Texas to Columbia, S.C. with leg lengths of 27 to 530 NM. The download includes timetables with route maps, an overview of Delta's history with the DC-4, flight descriptions, fsn and MS PLN flight plans, John Achor's DC-4 Technical Manual and Checklists, and much more.
. . . by Jim Daigneau, DC3-1402 .

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