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United Airlines DC-4, the Mainline Yellowstone

This particular  DC-4, NC30041, MSN27251, known as the Yellowstone,  was built for the United States Air Force as C-54B-20-DC and was delivered in January 1945.  It was returned to Douglas in October 1945, converted to a passenger aircraft and delivered to United on February 15, 1946.  It was later sold to Loide Aereo Nacional of Brazil on December 14, 1957. 


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United Airlines DC-6

This particular model DC-6, NC 37503 C/N 42868, was delivered to United on November 26, 1946. It featured pressurized cabin service and was used to inaugurate its ten-hour coast-to-coast flight (with a single stop at Lincoln, Nebraska) on April 27, 1947.  The aircraft could carry as many as 52 passengers for daytime service or 24 sleeper-type passengers for nightime operations.  The aircraft was sold to Mars Aviation on August 23, 1968.


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United Airlines Mainliner Ohio

United Airlines in 1940's  advertised their Mainliner as "A Complete Mainliner Service for Baby" for those passengers traveling with infants. The airline advertised the "Mainliner Baby Kit" with  a "Banquet for Baby" of mashed fruits & vegetables and Graham Crackers, plus Baby Oil, Powder, Diapers and More!


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