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DC-6B in Ljubljana airport
Slovenia

A DC-6B stored at Ljubljana's airport (LJU, Joze Pucnik). Some technical data from the table by the plane:

Manufacturer: McDonell Douglas
Built: 1952
In the Adria Airways fleet: 1962-1972
Range: 7596 km
Hours of operation: 36000
Wing span: 35,8 m
Length: 32,2 m
Height: 8,9 m
Maximum take off weight (MTOW): 48.536 kg
Weight of empty plane: 26.000 kg
Max. speed: 590 km/h
Max. altitude: 8000 m
Seats: 84-94
Engines: 4x P&W R2800 CB 16/17
Engines power: 2400 hp
Crew: 2 pilots, 1 navigator, 1 technician, 3 stewardesses

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Copyright: Zoran trost
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Resolution: 9786x4893
Chargée: 10/12/2012
Mis à jour: 10/04/2014
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Tags: dc-6b; mcdonell; douglas; brnik; lju; ljubljana; slovenia; airplane; aircraft; adria; airways; propeller; joze; pucnik
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