uiverThe story of the Dutch DC2 airliner ‘Uiver’ and the role Albury residents played in its rescue in 1934, is a fascinating and important event in the city’s history. Built in 1933, the Uiver was the first of 18 DC2 aircraft acquired by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines for passenger transport. It was the first flying machine with automatic steering and one of the few aircraft with retractable landing gear. It was also the first plane to feature an entirely separate cockpit and food preparation area. At Albury City