This DC-3 is based at Flabob Airport in Riverside, CA, hence the titles. It is officially registered as c/n 33569, but this is not correct. It is one of seven C-47s for which Lee Mansdorf falsified the documents and data plates with fake identities in 1953. Because of this, all registrations carried by this airframe since then (N2701A, N42F, CF-IKD and now N103NA) are often incorrectly quoted as c/n 33569. The aircraft is in fact c/n 9531, formerly Royal Air Force FD879 and USAAF 42-23669.
After wartime RAF service as FD879 in the Far East, this Dakota found its way to the Pakistan AF, but temporarily lost her identity when sold to the US along with six others; c/n 33569 was assumed for a while. To Canada in 1955, serving for the first 12 years as a corporate transport. Wfu 1992, sold as N103NA and operated in Classic Express Airways colours. Now based at Flabob, CA with 'Flabob Express' titles