KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Douglas DC-2 Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_DC-2#mediaviewer/File:Douglas_DC-2.jpg
The Douglas DC-2 was the developed and improved version of the Douglas DC-1. Production started in 1934 for the 14 seater aircraft.
The DC-2 showed that air travel could be safe and comfortable. KLM entered its first DC-2 in to service in 1934.
156 Civil DC-2s where built and powers by a variety of Wright engines.
Only two of these where produced and had Pratt & Whitney engines.
The DC-2B was powered by Bristol Pegasus engines, two aircraft where produced at sold to LOT Polish Airlines.
Nakajima-Douglas DC-2 Transport
Trasport licence built in Japan.
Modified DC-2s built for the United States army corps.
One of these aircraft where built for evaluation as a 14-seat VIP transport aircraft. Powerd by Wright R-1820-25 engines.
Designation for 24 commercial DC-2s impressed at the start of World War 1
Cargo Transport, it included a larger tail fin, reinforced cabin fool and a large cargo door.
1x DC-2-173 & 1x DC-2-346 where built, VIP transport for Secretary of war.
C-39 prototype, only one was built.
This was 16 seat aircraft with parts from both the DC-2 and DC-3.
VIP Transport aircraft.
3x DC-2-125 & 2x DC-2-142, three built for the United States navy and one for the Marine Corps.
Purpose: Passenger and Military transport
First Flight: May 11 1934
Introduction: May 18 1934 with Trans World Airlines
Number Built: 198
Developed from: DC-1
Developed into: DC-3