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Honolulu Clipper - 1939 by Richard  Gerhard

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The first Boeing 314, Honolulu Clipper, entered regular service on the San Francisco – Hong Kong route in January 1939. A one-way trip on this route took over six days to complete. Commercial passenger service lasted less than three years, ending when the United States entered World War II in December 1941.

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boeing, pacific clipper, yankee clipper, honolulu, san francisco, california, hong kong, china, clipper, flight, aviation, plane

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  • Sheryl Gerhard
    Sheryl Gerhardover 2 years ago

    Love this.. It has terrific composition and great work with the shadows. Plus, I like plane images.

  • Very cool…Thank you much ….you’re so sweet

    – Richard Gerhard

  • JolanteHesse
    JolanteHesseover 2 years ago

    Breathtaking work with super colour and composition Richard!

  • Thank you so very much…way cool of you

    – Richard Gerhard

  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyerover 2 years ago

    Nicely put together Richard. Rare aeroplane. – Ted

  • Thank you so much……This could be considered a war plane because it flew troops to New Zealand and Australia during WW2…very cool

    – Richard Gerhard

  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyerover 2 years ago

    Hi Richard, if you look at my wife’s painting of it you will see one of them actually flew Churchill from the States and nearly got shot down by Hurricanes. (Olive Denyer on RB). – Ted

  • I did see the Picture and commented on it…she did a great job

    – Richard Gerhard

  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyerover 2 years ago

    Will accept it into Warbirds because of being a Troop Carrier and the fact one almost got shot down in W.W.II by our own side. – Ted

  • I was hoping you would….very cool…if you hadn’t I would have understood

    – Richard Gerhard

  • Bevlea Ross
    Bevlea Rossover 1 year ago

    Congratulations on your feature for the A for Aviation Great image!
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    From your hosts of Alphabet Soup Bevlea Ross and Melissa

    January 2013

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