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Last remaining Ozark Air Lines airliner — inside

3 June 2015

Last remaining Ozark Air Lines airliner — inside

24° 43′ 43″ N / 81° 02′ 30″ W

This DC-3A in the livery of Ozark Air Lines is on exhibit at the EAA Chapter 1241 Air Museum where the owner graciously allows visitors into the passenger area 🙂 Please see the review of the museum for more information on this little gem. See the previous post for the beautiful exterior of this aircraft.

Ozark Air Lines airliner visitor access — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner visitor access — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3/C-53 — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3A  inside the passenger entry  (note the jump seat) — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3/C-53 — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3A (lav on the left with cargo access on the right) — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3/C-53 — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3A passenger cabin looking forward from the tail — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3/C-53 — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3A interior — photo by Joseph May

Grace Kelly's (later Princess Grace of Monaco) seat — photo by Joseph May

Grace Kelly’s (later Princess Grace of Monaco) seat  on a flight during private ownership — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3/C-53 — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3A passenger cabin looking aft from the cockpit bulkhead — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3/C-53 — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3A cockpit — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3/C-53 — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3A throttle quadrant — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3/C-53 data and manufacturer plates — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3/C-53A data and manufacturer plates — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3/C-53 — photo by Joseph May

Ozark Air Lines airliner DC-3A, what the reverse side of the hatch behind the cockpit looks like (the ramp to the sill is steep) — photo by Joseph May

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