This C-47A was delivered to the USAAF in Feb 1944. Later struck of charge and transferred to the United States Air Force Museum in Apr 1961. It has been on display in Alaska ever since, initially on loan to the Alaska Air National Guard Museum at Kulis ANGB, and since the early 1980s to the Alaska Historical and Transportation Museum near Palmer, AK. In 1992 this museum changed its name to Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry (MATI) and moved to its current location at Wasilla Airport, taking this C-47 with them.
A trip to Tanzania, to fly the Indigo Aviation DC-3. But they never really started operating their two DC-3s between Zanzibar and the mainland. I was only able to make some distant photos of the two aircraft. This one was taken from a Cessna 208 taking off from Zanzibar en route to Dar es Salaam. The airplane was not visible from the terminal, but was parked infront of a hangar along the main runway of the airport.