Last updated January 26 2017

DOUGLAS DC-3

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Below, postcards from my collection are shown per airline.

Please note that I have no ambition to collect DC-3 postcards a s such, but since I have quite a substantial number of postcards I find it interesting to group them together per aircraft type from a presentation perspective.

Number of postcards: 84

ABA - SWEDISH AIR LINES (31)

AMERICAN AIRLINES (4)

BRANIFF AIRWAYS (2)

CHICAGO & SOUTHERN (2)

COLONIAL AIRLINES (x)

DDL - DANISH AIR LINES (x)

DEUTSCHE LUFTTRANSPORT GESELLSCHAFT (1)

DNL - NORWEGIAN AIR LINES (x)

KLM (4)

LAKE CENTRAL AIRLINES (3)

NORTH CENTRAL AIRLINES (1)

PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS (1)

SABENA (6)

SAS - SCANDINAVIAN AIRLINES (2)

SWISSAIR (22)

TRANS CANADA AIRLINES (2)

TWA - TRANS WORLD AIRLINES (2)

UNITED AIR LINES (1)

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ABA - Swedish Airlines

ABA (AB Aerotransport) - Swedish Airlines,
operated 20 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between 1937 and 1948.
Registrations used were:

Pre-WWII aquisitions
SE-BAA, SE-BAB, SE-BAC

Aquisitions during WWII
SE-BAF, SE-BAG

Post-WWII aquisitions
SE-BAL, SE-BAS, SE-BAT, SE-BAU, SE-BAW, SE-BAZ

SE-BBH, SE-BBI, SE-BBK, SE-BBL, SE-BBM, SE-BBN, SE-BBO, SE-BBP

In the collection 8 of the 20 aircrafts are represented.

SE-BAA
Construction number 1947, model Douglas DC-3.
Assembled by Fokker in the Netherlands. Delivered to ABA July 23 1937 named Örnen (the Eagle).
In service until August 1 1948 when it was transferred to SAS as SE-BAA named Arne Viking.

DC-3
SE-BAA
Örnen (The Eagle)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
In
flight
VC
Airline issued
(AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAA
Örnen (The Eagle)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Stockholm-Bromma (BMA)
Sweden
VC
Unknown
publisher
No. 12122
DC-3
SE-BAA
Örnen (The Eagle)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Unknown
airport
VC
Airline issued
(AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAA
Örnen (The Eagle)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Unknown
airport
VC
N. V. Uitgevers-Mij. 'Rembrandt', Utrecht, The Netherlands
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAA
Örnen (The Eagle)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Göteborg-Torslanda
Sweden
VC
Pressbyrån
No. 19906
DC-3
SE-BAA
Örnen (The Eagle)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Unknown airport
VC
Airline issued (AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAA
Örnen (The Eagle)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
In flight
VC
Airline issued (AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAA
Örnen (The Eagle)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Unknown airport
VC
Airline issued (AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAA
Örnen (The Eagle)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Flight info
Örnen enroute 1938
Stockholm-Copenhagen
VC
Airline issued (AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered

SE-BAB
Construction number 1972, model Douglas DC-3.
Assembled by Fokker in the Netherlands. Delivered to ABA September 1937 named Höken (the Hawk).
In service until August 1 1948 when it was transferred to SAS as SE-BAB named Bele Viking.

DC-3
SE-BAB
Höken (The Hawk)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
In flight
VC
Airline issued (AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAB
Höken (The Hawk)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
In flight
VC
Airline issued (AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered - no text on front
DC-3
SE-BAB
Höken (The Hawk)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
In flight
VC
Airline issued (AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered - text on front
DC-3
SE-BAB
Höken (The Hawk)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Take-off
VC
Airline issued (AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAB
Höken (The Hawk)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Unknown airport
VC
Airline issued (AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered

SE-BAC
Construction number 1975, model Douglas DC-3.
Assembled by Fokker in the Netherlands. Delivered to ABA September 1937 named Falken (the Falcon).
In service until August 1 1948 when it was transferred to SAS as SE-BAC named Folke Viking.

DC-3
SE-BAC
Falken (The Falcon)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Take-off at
Stockholm-Bromma
VC
Airline issued (AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAC
Falken (The Falcon)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Visby (Island of Gotland)
Sweden
VC
Pressbyrån
No. 59103
DC-3
SE-BAC
Falken (The Falcon)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Visby (Island of Gotland)
Sweden
VC
Pressbyrån
No. 59105
DC-3
SE-BAC
Falken (The Falcon)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Visby (Island of Gotland)
Sweden
VC
Unknown
publisher
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAC
Falken (The Falcon)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Malmö-Bulltofta
Sweden
VC
Carl Gleerups
Pappershandels A/B, Malmö
No. 77
DC-3
SE-BAC
Falken (The Falcon)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Unknown
airport
VC
Airline issued
(AB Aerotranport)
Unnumbered

SE-BAS
Construction number 11700, model Douglas DC-3.
Bought from U.S. Army and delivered to ABA August 7 1945 named Storken (The Stork).
In service until August 1 1948 when it was transferred to SAS as SE-BAS named Sture Viking.

DC-3
SE-BAS
Storken (The Stork)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Malmö-Bulltofta
Sweden
VC
Berndt Johnsson, Malmö (Sagokonst)
No. 61/49
***

SE-BAT
Construction number 11705, model Douglas DC-3.
Bought from U.S. Army and delivered to ABA December 19 1945 named Tranan.
In service until August 1 1948 when it was transferred to SAS as SE-BAT named Torbjörn Viking.

DC-3
SE-BAT
Tranan (The Crane)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Malmö-Bulltofta
Sweden
VC
Berndt Johnsson, Malmö
No. B. 84
DC-3
SE-BAT
Tranan (The Crane)
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Malmö-Bulltofta
Sweden
VC
Berndt Johnsson, Malmö
No. B. 83
***

SE-BAU
Construction number 11711, model Douglas DC-3.
Bought from U.S. Army and delivered to ABA October 19 1945 named Uven.
In service until August 1 1948 when it was transferred to SAS as SE-BAU named Ubbe Viking.

DC-3
SE-BAU
Uven
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Malmö-Bulltofta
Sweden
VC
Unknown publisher
Unnumbered
DC-3
SE-BAU
Uven
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Malmö-Bulltofta
Sweden
VC
Pressbyrån
No: 38764
DC-3
SE-BAU
Uven
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Copenhagen-Kastrup
Denmark
VC
Unknown publisher
No. 2481
DC-3
SE-BAU
Uven
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Malmö-Bulltofta
Sweden
VC
Pressbyrån
Unnumbered

SE-BAW
Construction number 11722, model Douglas DC-3.
Bought from U.S. Army and delivered to ABA October 23 1945 named Svanen.
In service until August 1 1948 when it was transferred to SAS as SE-BAW named Vidar Viking.

DC-3
SE-BAW
Svanen
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Stockholm-Bromma
Sweden
VC
Pressbyrån
No. 70956
DC-3
SE-BAW
Svanen
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Malmö-Bulltofta
Sweden
VC
Berndt Johnsson, Malmö
No. B. 83

SE-BBI
Construction number 20000, model Douglas DC-3.
Bought from U.S. Army and delivered to ABA October 11 1946 named Gjusen.
In service until August 1 1948 when it was transferred to SAS as SE-BBI named Ivar Viking.

DC-3
SE-BBI
Gjusen
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Visby (Island of Gotland)
Sweden
VC
Pressbyrån
No. 59104
DC-3
SE-BBI
Gjusen
ABA - AB Aerotransport
Swedish Airlines
Visby (Island of Gotland)
Sweden
VC
Pressbyrån
No. 59106
American Airlines

American Airlines operated at least 113 different DC-3 aircrafts between 1947 and 1966.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

NC16001, NC16006, NC16015, NC16017

NC17334

In the collection 5 of the 133 aircrafts are represented.

NC16001
Construction number 1555, model Douglas C-49E.
Delivered in June 1936 named Flagship New York, fleet number 116.
In service until June 1942. To the U.S. Air Force.

DC-3
NC16001
Flagship New York
American Airlines
In flight
VC
East and West Publishing Co.,
New York

NC16006
Construction number 1555, model Douglas DC-3-178.
Delivered in July 1936 named Flagship Huntington (this name probably came later), fleet number 121.
In service until November 1948. Sold to Brazil?

DC-3
NC16006
Flagship Huntington
American Airlines
In flight
VC
W. Hoff,
La Guardia Airport, N. Y.

NC16015
Construction number 1553, model Douglas DC-3-178.
Delivered in October 1936 named Flagship Kentucky.
In service until May 1949.
Flew for Bonanza Airlines from 1955 registerred as N492.

DC-3
NC16015
Flagship Kentucky
American Airlines
New York-La Guardia (LGA)
U.S.A.
VC
A. Mainzer,
New York, N. Y.
DC-3
NC16015
Flagship Kentucky
American Airlines
New York-La Guardia (LGA)
U.S.A.
VC
Harry H. Baumann,
New York, N. Y.

NC16017
Construction number 1555, model Douglas DC-3-178.
Delivered in October 1936 named Flagship Connecticut, fleet number 131.
Crashed October 23 1942 after a collision with USAF B-34 (41-38116) 3 miles N of Palm Springs (enroute BUR-PHX). All 12 onboard were killed.

Accident description (Aviation Safety Network)

DC-3
NC16017
Flagship Connecticut
American Airlines
In flight over
La Guardia Airport, New York
VC
W. Hoff,
La Guardia Airport, N. Y.

NC17334
Construction number 1930, model Douglas DC-3-178.
Delivered in March 1937 named Flagship Detroit. In service until May 1948.

DC-3
NC17334
Flagship Detroit
American Airlines
In flight
VC
Airline issued
Braniff Airways

Braniff operated 44 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between 1939 and 1961.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

So far only two unidentified aircrafts are represented.

Unknown registrations

DC-3
Unknown registration
Braniff Airways
Burlington, Iowa (BRL)
U.S.A.
VC
Highlander Camera Shop, Burlington, Iowa.
Printed by Dexter Press
DC-3
Unknown registration
Braniff Airways
Sioux City, Iowa (SUX)
U.S.A.
VC
Olson News Company,
Sioux City, Iowa.
Printed by Curteichcolor
Chicago & Southern

Chicago and Southern operated 22 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between 1940 and 1953.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

NC25626

In the collection 1 of 22 aircrafts is represented.

NC25626
Construction number 2219, model Douglas DC-3-322.
Delivered new in April 1940 and named City of St. Louis, fleet number C26.
In service for C&S until May 1953 when the company merged with Delta Airlines.

DC-3
NC25626
City of St. Louis
Chicago & Southern
Unknown airport
VC
Curteich-Chicago
DC-3
NC25626
City of St. Louis
Chicago & Southern
In flight
VC
Curteich-Chicago
Deutsche Lufttransport Gesellschaft

Deutsche Lufttransport Gesellschaft operated at least 1 Douglas DC-3 aircraft around ~1957.
Deutsche Lufttransport Gesllschaft is what is painted on the DC-3 on this postcard. I have tried to find more information about this company through the internet but failed. Anyone that can share some light?

Registrations used were:

D-CABA

In the collection 1 aircraft is represented.

D-CABA
Construction number 13173, model Douglas DC-3 (C-47A-20-DK).
Bought from CCTA (Royal Air Maroc) 19??. Previous registration was F-BAXJ.
In service until ???

DC-3
D-CABA
Deutsche Lufttransport
Gesellschaft
Marseille-Marignane (MAR)
France
VC
Société Editions de France
"RYNER"
Marseille, France
KLM

KLM operated Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between 1936 and 19??.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

PH-ALN, PH-ALO, PH-ALR

PH-ARY

PH-TBO

In the collection 5 aircrafts are represented.

PH-ALN
Construction number 1936, model Douglas DC-3-194B.
Delivered new in March 1937 named Nandoe.
In service until June 1940 when sold to Royal Dutch East Indies Airlines, new registraion became PK-ALN.

DC-3
PH-ALN
Nandoe
KLM
In flight
VC
"Rembrandt", Utrecht

PH-ALR
Construction number 1939, model Douglas DC-3-194B.
Delivered new in March 1937 named Reiger.
In service until August 1940 when sold to BOAC, new registraion became G-AGBC.

DC-3
PH-ALR
Reiger
KLM
In flight
VC
"Rembrandt", Amsterdam

Cabin views

DC-3
Unknown registration
KLM
Evansville, Indiana (EVV)
U.S.A.
VC
Schroeders
Evansville, Indiana
Printed by Colourpicture
Lake Central Airlines

Lake Central operated 22 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between 1950 and 1967.
Registrations used were:

N14967, N15573, NC15573, N16065, N21711, N21712, N21713, N21715, N21716, N21777, N21914
N25670, N25672, N30087, N33312, N33326, N34950, N44998, N61351, N65134, N65136, NC86511

In the collection 1 of the 22 aircrafts is represented.

N21712
Construction number 2124, model Douglas DC-3A-269.
Bought in June 1955. In service until ???

DC-3
N21712
Lake Central Airlines
Port Columbus (CMH)
Ohio, U.S.A.
VC
Ohio Natural Color Card Co., Columbus-Cleveland, Ohio
Printed by Colourpicture
DC-3
N21712
Lake Central Airlines
Port Columbus (CMH)
Ohio, U.S.A.
VC
Ohio Natural Color Card Co., Columbus-Cleveland, Ohio
Printed by Colourpicture

Unknown registrations

DC-3
Unknown registration
Lake Central Airlines
Evansville, Indiana (EVV)
U.S.A.
VC
Schroeders
Evansville, Indiana
Printed by Colourpicture
North Central Airlines

North Central operated 33 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between 1950 and 1967.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

Registrations used were:

N15748

In the collection 1 of the 33 aircrafts is represented.

N15748
Construction number 6337, model Douglas C-49K.
Bought from Delta Airlines latest 1959. Fleet number 36 assigned.
In service until September 1968. Ended up at the Museum of Flight Foundation in Seattle as N91008.

DC-3
N15748
North Central Airlines
Williamson-Johnson (DLH)
Duluth, Minnesota
U.S.A.
VC
Zenith Interstate News Co., Duluth, Minn.
Printed by Curteichcolor
Pan American World Airways

Pan Am operated at least 108 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between 1937 and 1951.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

NC33373

In the collection 1 of the 108 aircrafts is represented.

NC33373
Construction number 4368, model Douglas R4D-1.
Bought from the U.S. Navy in 1944.
In service until August 1948 when it was sold to Liberian National Airways. New registration became EL-ADH.

DC-3
NC33373
Pan American World Airways
Juneau, Alaska (JNU)
U.S.A.
VC
Airline issued
SABENA

SABENA operated at least 50 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between 1939 and 1969.

Registrations used were:

OO-AUH, OO-AUI, OO-AUL, OO-AUM, OO-AUN, OO-AUO, OO-AUP, OO-AUQ, OO-AUR, OO-AUS,
OO-AUV, OO-AUW, OO-AUX, OO-AUY, OO-AUZ
OO-AWF, OO-AWG, OO-AWH, OO-AWJ, OO-AWK, OO-AWL, OO-AWM, OO-AWN, OO-AWZ
OO-CBA, OO-CBB, OO-CBC, OO-CBJ, OO-CBK, OO-CBL, OO-CBN, OO-CBO, OO-CBT, OO-CBU,
OO-CBW, OO-CBX, OO-CBY
OO-CUN (also OO-AUN), OO-CUO (also OO-AUO)
OO-SBC, OO-SBD, OO-SBE, OO-SBF, OO-SBG, OO-SBH, OO-SBI, OO-SBK
OO-SMA, OO-SMB, OO-SMC, OO-SMD
OO-UBJ (also OO-CBJ), OO-UBL

In the collection 7 of the 50 aircrafts are represented.

OO-AUN
Construction number 42977, model Douglas DC-3D.
Delivered May 1946.
In service to 1951.
Transferred in May 1951 to SABENA Congo with registration OO-CUN.

DC-3
OO-AUN
SABENA
Brussels-Melsbrouek (BRU)
Belgium
VC
Fotoprim, Brussels

OO-AUV
Construction number 43087, model Douglas DC-3C.
Bought from the U.S. Air Force in January 1947.
In service until 1959
.
Leased to 1959-1966? to Linair, Libya, as OO-AUV.
Leased 1966-1970 to Bodensee Flugdienst as OO-AUV.
Sold 1970 to DAT Delta Air Transport.

DC-3
OO-AUV
SABENA
Amsterdam (AMS)
The Netherlands
VC
KLM Aerocarto, Schiphol

OO-AUW
Construction number 26267, model Douglas C-47B-DK.
Bought from the U.S. Air Force in 1946.
In service to 1951.
Possibly a second service period 1961-1965.

DC-3
OO-AUW
SABENA
Brussels-Melsbrouek (BRU)
Belgium
VC
Fotoprim, Brussels

OO-AUZ
Construction number 43090, model Douglas DC-3C.
Bought from the U.S. Air Force in 1947.
In service until 1951.
Sold to ???

DC-3
OO-AUZ
SABENA
Hannover (HAJ)
Germany
VC
Heinr. Frommeyer, Flughafen-Buchhandlung, Hannover

OO-AWK
Construction number 9865, model Douglas C-47A-DL.
Bought from the U.S. Air Force in April 1947.
In service until 1969.
Sold to the Nigerian Air Force, new registration NAF306.

DC-3
OO-AWK
SABENA
Düsseldorf (DUS)
Germany
VC
Hubert Knappe, Düsseldorf

OO-AWZ
Construction number 25292, model Douglas C-47A-DK.
In service details uncertain ...

DC-3
OO-AWZ
SABENA
Melsbroek (BRU)
Belgium
VC
Editions P. L. E.

OO-SMC
Construction number 26046, model Douglas C-47B-DK.
Leased from the Belgian Air Force for a short period in 1957.

NB: The postcard below definitely shows OO-SMC, but if it's under the SABENA flag or not is a bit uncertain.

DC-3
OO-SMC
SABENA
Hannover (HAJ)
Germany
VC
Heinr. Frommeyer, Flughafen-Buchhandlung, Hannover
SAS - Scandinavian Airlines

SAS operated 52 different DC-3 aircrafts between 1948 and 1968.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

LN-IAL

OY-DCY

In the collection 2 of the 52 aircrafts are represented.

LN-IAL
Construction number 11697, model C-53D-DO Skytrain (US Air Force).
Delivered in October 1947 to DNL (Det Norske Luftfartselskab) named Nordlys.
Transferred to SAS 1948 (?) named Erling Viking.
In service until December 1957 when it was transferred to ABA in Sweden. New registration became SE-CFS.
Immediately to be used by Linjeflyg.

DC-3
LN-IAL
Erling Viking
Scandinavian Airlines System
Bremen (BRE)
Germany
VC
W. Pannick, Bremen
No: 121

OY-DCY
Construction number 42976, model DC-3D.
Delivered in May 1946 to DDL (Det Danske Luftfartselskab).
Transferred to SAS 1948 (?) named Sten Viking.
In service until October 1957 when it was registered to Dagens Nyheter in Sweden.
New registration became SE-CFW.
Immediately to be used by Linjeflyg until 1963 when sold to Austria as OE-LBD.

DC-3
OY-DCY
Sten Viking
Scandinavian Airlines System
Stuttgart (STR)
Germany
VC
A. M. Binder, Stuttgart
No: 4251
Swissair

Swissair operated 16 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between 1937 and 1955.
Registrations used were:

HB-IRA, HB-IRB, HB-IRC, HB-IRD, HB-IRE, HB-IRF, HB-IRG, HB-IRH, HB-IRI, HB-IRK, HB-IRL,
HB-IRM, HB-IRN, HB-IRO, HB-IRU, HB-IRX

In the collection 12 of the 16 aircrafts are represented.

HB-IRA
Construction number 1945, model Douglas-Fokker DC-3-216.
Delivered in June 1937.
In service until March 1955 when it was sold to Ozark Airlines. New registration became N2815D, later N141D.

DC-3
HB-IRA
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Swissair-Photo A. G.,
Zürich
DC-3
HB-IRA
Swissair
Unknown
airport
VC
N. V. Uitgevers-Mij. 'Rembrandt', Utrecht

HB-IRB
Construction number 42969, model Douglas DC-3D.
Bought in March 1946.
In service until May 1962 when it was sold to Norway. New registration became LN-LMK.
Later on with Comair as ZS-DXW and Ethiopia as ET-AIB.

DC-3
HB-IRB
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Swissair-Photo A. G., Zürich
DC-3
HB-IRB
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Swissair-Photo A. G., Zürich
DC-3
HB-IRB
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
A. Kiener, Schwanden

HB-IRD
Construction number 14609, model Douglas C-47B-5-DK.
Bought in February 1946.
In service until April 1950 when it was sold to Israel. New registration became 4X-FAH.

DC-3
HB-IRD
Swissair
In flight
VC
Swissair-Photo A. G., Zürich

HB-IRE
Construction number 2121, model Douglas-Fokker DC-3-276.
Delivered in May 1939.
In service until 1955 when it was sold to Ozark Airlines in the United States. New registration became N2818D.
Later registerred to N144D. In 1967 sold to Southern Airlines registerred as N61SA.
Last known registration was N817N.

DC-3
HB-IRE
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
A. Kiener, Schwanden
DC-3
HB-IRE
Swissair
Paris-Orly (ORY)
France
VC
Editions d'Art "GUY", France

HB-IRF
Construction number 15020, model Douglas C-47B-10DK.
Bought in May 1946.
In service until November 1960 when it was sold to Spantax. New registration became EC-AQX.
Later on in United States as N99873 or in Ethiopia as ET-AGK (different information exists).

DC-3
HB-IRF
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Swissair-Photo A. G., Zürich

HB-IRI
Construction number 1946, model Douglas-Fokker DC-3-216.
Delivered in June 1937.
In service until March 1955 when it was sold to Ozark Airlines. New registration became N2816D, later N142D.

DC-3
HB-IRI
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Swissair-Photo A. G., Zürich

HB-IRK
Construction number 20737, model Douglas C-47B-1-DL.
Bought from the US Military in September 1947.
Crashed in Bodensee during a training flight June 18 1957 killing all 9 onboard.

Accident description (Aviation Safety Network)

DC-3
HB-IRK
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Swissair-Photo A. G., Zürich

HB-IRL
Construction number 16191, model Douglas C-47B-10DK.
Bought in January 1947.
In service until February 1961 when it was sold to Katanga in Africa. New registration became KA-DFN.
Broken up for spare parts.

DC-3
HB-IRL
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Photoglob-Wehrli AG., Zürich
DC-3
HB-IRL
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Photoglob-Wehrli AG., Zürich

HB-IRM
Construction number 16191, model Douglas C-47B-30DK.
Bought in April 1947.
In service until February 1961 when it was sold to Morocco. New registration became CN-ALB.
Later on in United States as N54605.

DC-3
HB-IRM
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Swissair-Photo A. G., Zürich
DC-3
HB-IRM
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Photoglob-Wehrli AG., Zürich

HB-IRN
Construction number 16191, model Douglas C-47B-35DK.
Bought in March 1947.
In service until 1964 when it was transferred to Swissair Aviation School. It flew for the school until 1969
.

DC-3
HB-IRN
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Swissair-Photo A. G.,
Zürich
DC-3
HB-IRN
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
C. Sartori Fils,
Versoix-Genève

HB-IRO
Construction number 2054, model Douglas-Fokker DC-3-227A.
Delivered in October 1938.
In service until March 1955 when it was sold to Ozark Airlines. New registration became N2817D, later N143D.
Later (1974) with Airline Aviation Academy Griffin.

DC-3
HB-IRO
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Swissair-Photo A. G., Zürich
DC-3
HB-IRO
Swissair
Stuttgart (STR)
Germany
VC
Gabr. Metz, Tübingen
DC-3
HB-IRO
Swissair
Paris-Orly (ORY)
France
VC
Editions d'Art "GUY", France
DC-3
HB-IRO
Swissair
Stuttgart (STR)
Germany
VC
Flughafenhotel Stuttgart

HB-IRX
Construction number 16191, model Douglas C-47B-35DK.
Bought in March 1947.
In service until 1964 when it was transferred to Swissair Aviation School. It flew for the school until 1969

DC-3
HB-IRX
Swissair
Zürich (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Photoglob-Wehrli AG., Zürich
Trans Canada Airlines

Trans Canada Airlines operated 18 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between 1945 and 19xx.
Registrations used were:

CF-TDM, CF-TDN, CF-TDO, CF-TDP, CF-TDQ, CF-TDR, CF-TDS, CF-TDT, CF-TDU, CF-TDV, CF-TDW
CF-TDX, CF-TDY, CF-TDZ
CF-TEB, CF-TEC, CF-TEG, CF-TER

In the collection 1 of the 18 aircrafts are represented.

CF-TDS
Construction number 12092, model Douglas C-47A-1-DK Skytrain.
Bought from the Royal Air Force 1946.
In service until 19xx when it was sold to Rimouski Airlines. Written off after a hangar fire in July 1958.

DC-3
CF-TDS
Trans Canada Airlines
Gander (YQX)
Canada
VC
Photogelatine Engraving Co., Toronto

Unknown registrations

DC-3
Unknown registration
Fleet number 317
Trans Canada Airlines
Regina (YQR)
Canada
VC
Western Smallware & Stationery
Winnepeg, Man., Canada.
Printed by Colourpicture, Boston
TWA - Trans World Airlines

TWA operated 92 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between at least 1939 and 1953.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

NC14932, NC14933

In the collection 2 of the 92 aircrafts are represented.

NC14932
Construction number 2119, model Douglas DC-3A.
Delivered April 1939. Given the fleet number 380.
In service until July 1950. Further history unknown.

DC-3
NC14932
TWA
New York-La Guardia (LGA)
U.S.A.
VC
Photo SEAL Co.,
New York, N. Y.

NC14933
Construction number 2120, model Douglas DC-3A.
Delivered April 1939.
In service until August 1953 when it was sold to Ozark Airlines. Registration N14933, later N140D.

DC-3
NC14933
TWA
New York-La Guardia (LGA)
U.S.A.
VC
Photo SEAL Co.,
New York, N. Y.
United Air Lines

United operated 111 different Douglas DC-3 aircrafts between at least 1938 and 1956.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

NC18938

In the collection 1 of the 111 aircrafts are represented.

NC18933
Construction number 2004, model Douglas DC-3A-197B.
Delivered March 1938.
In service until November 1956 when it was sold to Central Airlines. Registration N286SE.

DC-3
NC14938
Mainliner Connecticut
United Air Lines
New York-La Guardia (LGA)
U.S.A.
VC
Photo SEAL Co.,
New York, N. Y.