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Pan Am DC-8 at ATL, circa 1964-65.

Pan Am DC-8 at ATL, circa 1964-65.

VARIG Sud SE-210 Caravelle III at Rio de Janeiro Galeao International Airport in 1963...

VARIG Sud SE-210 Caravelle III at Rio de Janeiro Galeao International Airport in 1963...

-HISTORIA DE PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS

-HISTORIA DE PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS

October 2003 marks the anniversary of the launch of scheduled passenger jet…

N836D - Eastern Air Lines (Historical Flight Foundation) Douglas DC-7B (1532 views)

N836D - Eastern Air Lines (Historical Flight Foundation) Douglas DC-7B (1532 views)

Aerion Supersonic Jet Can Get From London to New York in 4 Hours.. Thats a Millionaire lifestyle.

2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28: Riding shotgun

Aerion Supersonic Jet Can Get From London to New York in 4 Hours.. Thats a Millionaire lifestyle.

29 January 1970 - Aeroflot Flight 145, a Tu-124V (CCCP-45083) Crashed into a snow-covered hill, 29 kilometres (18 mi) away from Murmansk Airport, Soviet Union on approach, sliding down the snowy slope. 11 of 38 on board were killed.

29 January 1970 - Aeroflot Flight 145, a Tu-124V (CCCP-45083) Crashed into a snow-covered hill, 29 kilometres (18 mi) away from Murmansk Airport, Soviet Union on approach, sliding down the snowy slope. 11 of 38 on board were killed.

1943 Curtiss C-46 "Commando. Glenn Curtiss began his career as a builder of bicycles and then, motorcycles. In 1907 he became the "fastest man on earth" when he attained a speed of 136.4 MPH on his V8 powered motorcycle. On July 4th, 1908, Curtiss gained notoriety of a different kind when he flew his flying machine, named the "June Bug", a distance of over 5000 feet to win the Scientific American Trophy. This was the first pre-announced, public flight in America.

1943 Curtiss C-46 "Commando. Glenn Curtiss began his career as a builder of bicycles and then, motorcycles. In 1907 he became the "fastest man on earth" when he attained a speed of 136.4 MPH on his V8 powered motorcycle. On July 4th, 1908, Curtiss gained notoriety of a different kind when he flew his flying machine, named the "June Bug", a distance of over 5000 feet to win the Scientific American Trophy. This was the first pre-announced, public flight in America.

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