Tracker is right. There were 2 Liberators (DAA & DAB) with "B" (c/n: 50) being the most rare to find in a photo. Delivered 10 Dec 1949 and sold Feb 1951. https://www.airliners.gr/el/registration ... hp?aid=882
The airline was ΕΛ.Α.Σ. Ελληνικαί Αεροπορικαί Συγκοινωνίαι (HEL.A.S. - Hellenic Airlines) and as far as I know DAB had the same livery as DAA.
Relax you are both right.....The SX-DAA was the first of the 2 B-24s bought by Hellenic Airlines...That one is still in existance at Vintage Aircraft, Ltd, Ft. Collins, Colorado.The SX-DAB was the second....I have done extensive research on the subject because i did a Repaint of both Aircraft for Flight Simulator X and is Listed at
Simviation.com Vintage page and my site http://www.facebook.com/pages/Microsoft ... 1168410310 if you want
to download it...... I am shure you know it but for others SX is the given Reg for all Hellenic Aircraft After that . D stands for the number of engines (4) and AA is the registration no for the specific planes thats why we have AA and AB