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AP-ACW Registration Details

Registration:   AP-ACW
Certificate of Registration Number:   76
Registration Date:   December 1948
Operator/Owner:   Government of Pakistan
Aircraft Type:   Douglas C-47B-40-DK Skytrain
Construction Number:   16811
Line Number:   33559
Year Built:   1945
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Next Registration:   VT-DBY
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Additional Remarks:   Construction number 16811, line number 33559, United States Army Air Forces (USAAF), serial number  44-77227, delivery June 29, 1945. To Royal Air Force (RAF) as Dakota IV, serial KP257, Montreal, June 29, 1945. To United Kingdom (UK) July 6, 1945. 46 Squadron, August 18, 1945. Air Command South East Asia (ACSEA) September 20, 1945. To USAAF or United States of America (USA) overseas disposals Foreign Liquidation Commission (FLC), November 27, 1947. Registered in Pakistan as AP-ACW on December 28, 1948 for Government of Pakistan. On loan to Orient Airways. Aircraft was flown outside from Pakistan without any permission from the Government. Registration AP-ACW removed from Pakistan Aircraft Register on January 21, 1954. A.T. Smith. Registered in India as VT-DBY in 1949. Registered in Syria as YK-AAK for Syrian Airways. Registered in United Arab Republic (union between Egypt and Syria) as SU-ALS for United Arab Airlines (UAL) on January 1, 1961. UAL was formed by the merger of Syrian Airways and Misrair of Egypt. Aircraft registered in Syria as YK-ACB for Syrian Arab Airlines. On February 6, 1967, YK-ACB crashed in Aleppo, Syria, while landing. One person died in this accident.




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