Douglas DC-3 Dakota Manual: An Insight into Owning, Flying and Maintaining the Revolutionary American Transport Aircraft
|Author:||Paul Blackah, MBE|
The Douglas DC-3 Dakota revolutionised air transport in the 1930s and 1940s. Because of its lasting impact on the airline industry - and in particular the part it played in the Second World War - the 'Dak' is widely regarded as one of the most significant transport aircraft ever built. This title describes the Dakota's rugged anatomy.
Aircraft restoration expert Paul Blackah MBE of the RAF's Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is co-author of the Haynes Spitfire, Lancaster and Messerschmitt Bf109 Manuals.
Louise Blackah, his wife, also an aircraft enthusiast, has worked with Paul on his other books. They live in Lincolnshire.
The latest classic aircraft to receive the Haynes Manual treatment. Published in association with the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Unique insights into operating and maintaining the legendary 'Dak'. Includes detailed photos of full strip-down and major service. Step-by-step photos of engine change.