TWA (Trans World Airlines)
Immediately after WW
II, TWA acquired a dozen or so C-47s to use as freighters
Although not of the genre of latter day 'windowless wonders', N511567
of its passenger windows blocked off. Some of these
C-47s were in operation for
almost a decade, but
by the end of the 1950s they were all sold off.
an unusual accident. On 12 July
1955 it collided with a Cessna 140A at Kansas City
Airport. The Cessna was written off, but N51167 lived to fly
again and was sold in 1957 to Faucett
Peru as OB-PBF-473, later OB-R-473.