by Robert Taylor
Passengers board a Pan Am Clipper at Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay in 1940. The mighty Boeing 314, considered the best flying boat ever built, is bound for Hawaii and the Far East. In December 1941, Captain Ford and his 10 main crew covered 31,500 miles to virtually circumnavigate the globe in a Boeing B-314 flying boat. It was the first round-the-world flight made by a commercial plane, and the longest continuous trip ever made by a commercial plane.
- 31 x 20 inches
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