For The Manfred Jahn C-47/DC-3 - Tested On P3D v4.5
Constructed at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA in 1945 as a C-47B-30-DK, then left for New Zealand soon after and became RNZAF Dakota NZ3543 assigned to 41. Squadron RNZAF until 1952, it then changed owners multiple times until June 2002 when attempting to takeoff in deep snow at Mt Cook the aircraft skidded off the runway. Many years after, Air Chathams purchased it and made it airworthy again, in 2010 it flew again and began passenger services with Chathams Pacific, then to Air Chathams now where it's used for charters and freight. ZK-AWP was recently painted back into the New Zealand National Airways Corporation scheme.