Four of the TWAPan-Am Boeing 307 Stratoliner passenger aircraft in flight, circa 1940; note the close pairs of windows of the early 307 aircraftA TWA Boeing 307 Stratoliner on the pad at the Chicago airport now known as Chicago-Midway, Illinois, United States, 1941, photo 1 of 2; note similarity with B-17 in the wings and engine cowlingsA TWA Boeing 307 Stratoliner on the pad at the Chicago airport now known as Chicago-Midway, Illinois, United States, 1941, photo 2 of 2; note similarity with B-17 in the wings and engine cowlings
Four of the TWA's five Boeing 307 Stratoliner aircraft lined up, circa 1940Pan-Am Boeing 307 Stratoliner passenger aircraft in flight, circa 1940; note the close pairs of windows of the early 307 aircraftA TWA Boeing 307 Stratoliner on the pad at the Chicago airport now known as Chicago-Midway, Illinois, United States, 1941, photo 1 of 2; note similarity with B-17 in the wings and engine cowlingsA TWA Boeing 307 Stratoliner on the pad at the Chicago airport now known as Chicago-Midway, Illinois, United States, 1941, photo 2 of 2; note similarity with B-17 in the wings and engine cowlings
Converted TWA Stratoliner Converted TWA Stratoliner Passengers aboard a Boeing 307 aircraft operated by Pan American World Airways, between 1940 and 1947Underside view of C-75 "Cherokee" in flight shortly after being released from military service, circa 1946.
Converted TWA Stratoliner 'Cherokee' (USAAF #42-88623) began wartime Transatlantic duty, 1942; note similarity with B-17 bomber in the wings and engine cowlingsConverted TWA Stratoliner 'Apache' (USAAF #42-88626) after becoming the first aircraft to land at Bluie West Eight (Kangerlussuaq), Greenland, 20 Apr 1942Passengers aboard a Boeing 307 aircraft operated by Pan American World Airways, between 1940 and 1947Underside view of C-75 "Cherokee" in flight shortly after being released from military service, circa 1946.
Boeing 307 Stratoliner passenger aircraft, ex-TWA The sole surviving Boeing 307 Stratoliner marked as Pan American Airlines Clipper The sole surviving Boeing 307 Stratoliner marked as Pan American Airlines Clipper The sole surviving Boeing 307 Stratoliner marked as Pan American Airlines Clipper
Boeing 307 Stratoliner passenger aircraft, ex-TWA 'Cherokee', at Vientiene, Laos, 11 Mar 1975; this aircraft would crash in the Mekong River two days laterThe sole surviving Boeing 307 Stratoliner marked as Pan American Airlines Clipper 'Flying Cloud' en route to Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Virginia, United States after restoration, 2005The sole surviving Boeing 307 Stratoliner marked as Pan American Airlines Clipper 'Flying Cloud' on display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 2005The sole surviving Boeing 307 Stratoliner marked as Pan American Airlines Clipper 'Flying Cloud' on display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 16 May 2005
Close-up view of the inner starboard engine of a Boeing 307 Stratoliner aircraft on display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 6 Apr 2009The sole surviving Boeing 307 Stratoliner marked as Pan American Airlines Clipper
Close-up view of the inner starboard engine of a Boeing 307 Stratoliner aircraft on display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 6 Apr 2009The sole surviving Boeing 307 Stratoliner marked as Pan American Airlines Clipper 'Flying Cloud' on display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 6 Apr 2009
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