Boeing 314 Dixie Clipper
Dixie Clipper at the time, the ultimate in luxury aircraft
It’s 1939. PanAm receives the first Boeing 314, the ultimate in luxury aircraft. Complete with sleeping berths and a real dining salon. It was the biggest plane of its time, carrying 74 passengers. The big flying boats were replaced after the war by land-based planes. With their demise an era of elegance passed that was never seen again. 152 ft wingspan. Five days, sixty hours in the air SFO-HK. When flying was still fun… Metallic fabric covered lightweight wing and fuselage frames. Transparent portholes. Detailed engines. Nostalgic PanAm colors. Incredible detail.
57.5 cm x 80cm x 14cm