FS2004 South African Airways Douglas DC-7B


 
FS2004 South African Airways Douglas DC-7B. This was the world’s fastest piston-engined airliner and in 1956 SAA became the first non-American airline to place the type in service, replacing the Lockheed Constellations on the European routes. SAA’s service across the Indian Ocean to Perth was pioneered by the DC-7B. The four aircraft were later used internally before being sold in 1966/7. Later paint scheme. Livery by Andre Reimers. Aircraft model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson. 3 Mb

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