The Douglas DC-2 was a 14-seat, twin-propeller airliner produced by the American company Douglas Aircraft Corporation starting in 1934. It competed with the Boeing 247. In 1935 Douglas produced the DC-3 / C-47 Dakota.
A composite of DC-2 & DC-3 components, with C-33 fuselage and wings and DC-3 type tail, centre-section and undercarriage. Powered by two Wright R-1820-55 radial piston engines, of 975 hp (727 kW) each. A total of 35 were built.
Single aircraft similar to the C-39, but with 1,200 hp (895 kW) Wright R-1820-21 engines, built as a VIP transport for General Hap Arnold, the US Army Air Corps Chief of Staff.
A total of
200 were built.