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Who we are

With the slogan 'Working on the future of history' DDA was founded in 1982. DDA Classic Airlines is a dynamic museum, that has matured into a full airline. The main goal of DDA Classic Airlines is to stimulate the interest in (historic) aviation and to make this accessible to the public. DDA is a non-profit organization, with more than 100 volunteers, succeeding in preserving the aviation heritage in combination with the operation of a DC-3 Dakota. The operation meets the latest professional standards. There are 1.500 'Friends of DDA' within The Netherlands and abroad. They support DDA annually with a donation, for which they receive the bi-monthly magazine 'Logboek', an attractive magazine about historic aviation. 'Friends of DDA' can book sightseeing flights at reduced rates. DDA also enjoys the support of companies in the airline industry like KLM (until mid 2016), Schiphol Group (until 2017) and LVNL (Air Traffic Control in the Netherlands).