Kenn Borek Air Basler BT-67 (modified DC-3) slowing down on 17L. This aircraft had an incident on December 20, 2012 in Holtanna Glacier, Antarctica. During takeoff roll from the unprepared surface for its flight to Novolazarevskaya, Antarctica, the aircraft contacted a snow drift and became airborne with insufficient speed to sustain flight. The aircraft stalled and contacted the surface with sufficient force to collapse the main landing gear. The aircraft came to rest on its belly sustaining substantial damage. Out of the 15 passengers there were only 2 minor injuries. As for the aircraft it was brought back into service after repairs. Manufactured originally in 1944 and still flying. That's 74 years!