Farewell: Revolutionary DC-9 Takes Final Flight

Jan. 6 (Bloomberg) -- A long era in U.S. aviation is ending. The last Douglas Aircraft DC-9 airplane in the U.S. commercial fleet makes its final journey Monday. The DC-9 was a revolution when it was unveiled -- fast, comfortable and functional -- and one of the first commercial jets able to take off and land on short runways. It may be retiring but the DC-9 leaves behind a legacy. Bloomberg's Matt Miller reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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