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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 framed.

The quick frame option comes ready to hang and framed as shown, with acrylic glass and a solid wood black frame, no mats.

Philippine World Air Lines DC6 Giclee Print
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