This multipurpose marvel went into production 80 years ago, and around 400 of them are still flying all over the world. It's believed to be the only aircraft in history to be able to achieve a century of flight. And for good reason: it was quick, cheap, reliable, easy to repair, took-off in short distances, flew further, and was the first profitable passenger aircraft.
Throughout its life it has been used for military purposes, civil transport, cargo operations, rescue missions, and smuggling; on tarmac, dirt runways, and even on water. Today it shines in our museum in Iberia livery, with a recently refurbished interior, where you'll be able to see the hooks on its fuselage that allowed it to be configured at its owner's liking.