[1400px]Spirit of St. Louis
One of 2 remaining Folgores. First photo of this aircraft in database.
First photo of this aircraft in database. This plane was a prototype for a series of Pitcairn mail planes. It survived a crash and was later bought by Eastern Air Lines employees.
Back to the beginning...
It is very interesting to know how far back "modern" airline's history goes...
The Rutan Voyager, first aircraft to fly nonstop around the world.
[1400px]Interesting plane in TWA colors.
First aircraft to break the sound barrier.
Spirit of St. Louis
The DC-7 was the last major Douglas piston-engine airliner. Flagship Vermont carried around 130,000 passengers in her nearly 13,500 flying hours.
(1600px)With the first plane to break the sound barrier at the right upper corner and the Spirit of St.Louis at the left.
(1400px)With AA Ford Tri-Motor above and United Boeing 247 below.
(1600px)The cockpit of this classic DC-7, what a sight! Flagship Vermont carried around 130,000 passengers in her nearly 13,500 flying hours.