Vintage Aviation (11 - 20)

Pan Am American Airways Peru of the Incas Aviation Giclee Art PrintEnlarge

Pan Am American Airways Peru of the Incas Aviation Giclee Art Print

Peruvians watch plane fly over mountains. Pan American World Airways began life in 1927 with a vision, some single engine aircraft and a single route from Key West to Havana. From this beginning came the airline that would literally open the world to aviation. Pan Am launched more new aircraft development than any other airline in history. It pioneered routes across the world's oceans and continents, eventually operating daily flights circling the globe. See Pan Am American Airways Peru of the Incas Aviation Giclee Art Print enlarged.

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Germany TWA Travel PosterEnlarge

Germany TWA Travel Poster

This is a fine art giclee print of a vintage aviation travel poster featuring flight via TWA to Germany. See Germany TWA Travel Poster enlarged.

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Pan Am Airlines Japan Aviation Giclee PrintEnlarge

Pan Am Airlines Japan Aviation Giclee Print

Pan American World Airways began life in 1927 with a vision, some single engine aircraft and a single route from Key West to Havana. From this beginning came the airline that would literally open the world to aviation. Pan Am launched more new aircraft development than any other airline in history. It pioneered routes across the world's oceans and continents, eventually operating daily flights circling the globe. See Pan Am Airlines Japan Aviation Giclee Print enlarged.

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Pan Am Airlines to Guatemala  Aviation Giclee PrintEnlarge

Pan Am Airlines to Guatemala Aviation Giclee Print

Among all Central American countries, Guatemala has the richest ethnic diversity. Eighty percent of the population is indigenous. Most groups are descendants of the Mayans and have preserved their traditional clothing, folklore and language. Mayan archeological sites abound, some like Tikal are world famous, others are still hidden in dense jungles waiting for explorers to discover their secrets. See Pan Am Airlines to Guatemala Aviation Giclee Print enlarged.

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Pan Am Airline to Bermuda Giclee PrintEnlarge

Pan Am Airline to Bermuda Giclee Print

Pan American World Airways began life in 1927 with a vision, some single engine aircraft and a single route from Key West to Havana. From this beginning came the airline that would literally open the world to aviation. Pan Am launched more new aircraft development than any other airline in history. It pioneered routes across the world's oceans and continents, eventually operating daily flights circling the globe. See Pan Am Airline to Bermuda Giclee Print enlarged.

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Philippine World Air Lines DC6 Giclee PrintEnlarge

Philippine World Air Lines DC6 Giclee Print

Artist Adolph Treidler places his impeccably dressed duo on a flashlight-lit road to Bermuda adventure courtesy of Pan Am Airlines. Pan American World Airways began life in 1927 with a vision, some single engine aircraft and a single route from Key West to Havana. From this beginning came the airline that would literally open the world to aviation. Pan Am launched more new aircraft development than any other airline in history. It pioneered routes across the world's oceans and continents, eventually operating daily flights circling the globe. See Philippine World Air Lines DC6 Giclee Print enlarged.

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Suisse Par Avion Airline Travel Aviation Giclee PrintEnlarge

Suisse Par Avion Airline Travel Aviation Giclee Print

This is a fine art giclee print of a vintage Swiss aviation ad poster for Suisse Par Avion. Swissair was founded on 26 March 1931 after the merger of the two main competing Swiss airlines, Ad Astra Aero AG and Balair. The new airline was legally named Schweizerischer Luftverkehrs AG but went under the commonly used name of Swissair. First Swissair flights were using the fleet of Fokker 7B/3M aircraft on domestic and European services - those same routes that the two merged carriers had flown. Swissair also used the the modern and fast American designed Lockheed Orion from 1932 on the Zurich to Munich route. DC2s were used by 1935 and Swissair is said to be the first airline to employ stewardesses (claimed also by a US airline and a British carrier). The DC-2 aircraft were to set high standards for European scheduled operations. The DC-2 was new to European airline operations and it competed well against the older European designs of the age. Swissair inaugurated a new service between Zurich and London via Basle with the new airliners in 1935. See Suisse Par Avion Airline Travel Aviation Giclee Print enlarged.

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 Suisse Par Avion Airline Giclee PrintEnlarge

Suisse Par Avion Airline Giclee Print

A group of camels across the desert, carrying goods, doing business... but keep in mind that there's no business in slow business, so ship through the world's most experienced airline: shipt through Pan Am's cargo! This beautiful piece, part of an exclusive line of incredibly high quality commemorative edition Giclee prints, is printed on a thick, 100% acid free, imported heavy archival stock. The finest museum standard archival water-based organic inks and paints are used to produce a stunningly brilliant piece with a rich, non-glare matte finish. This is a rare Giclee, and is unusual in that it is not mass produced. Other limited edition prints are produced by the hundreds or even thousands, while this piece is printed only one at a time, individually made and hand numbered. See Suisse Par Avion Airline Giclee Print enlarged.

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Monte Carlo Air Show Aviation Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Monte Carlo Air Show Aviation Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an air show with a couple riding on the wing of a stunt plane. See Monte Carlo Air Show Aviation Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged.

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Womans Aviation Calendar Le Petit 1909 Giclee PrintEnlarge

Womans Aviation Calendar Le Petit 1909 Giclee Print

This fine art print is part of an exclusive line of incredibly high quality commemorative edition Giclee prints. It is printed on a thick, 100% acid free, imported heavy archival stock. The finest museum standard archival organic inks and paints are used to produce a stunningly brilliant piece with a rich, non-glare matte finish that will last a lifetime. These limited edition prints are extremely hard to find and only select art dealers can even offer the prints for sale. This is a rare Giclee, and is unusual in that it is not mass produced. This piece is printed only one at a time, individually made and hand numbered. Each image is painstakingly cleaned and restored before being transferred to the Giclée printers, which, for the larger sizes, can take more than an hour and a half to produce just one print! See Womans Aviation Calendar Le Petit 1909 Giclee Print enlarged.

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