The DC-6 is a four-engine airliner that was developed and built by the Douglas Aircraft Company. It was produced from 1946 to 1959.
The development of the DC-6 began during World War II; The device was initially also intended as a military transport aircraft. After the end of the war, the design has been adjusted so that the DC-6 could compete with the Lockheed Constellation. There were more than 700 copies of the DC-6 built, of which there are quite a few even today are still employed, although usually not as passenger aircraft.
At the US Air Force unit known as C-118 Liftmaster, in the US Navy as R6D.
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