The Infrequent Flier

Credit: Argus
November 1935. Capt. Edwin Charles Musick, chief pilot of the Pan American Airways Pacific Div., pushed his seat back and considered the company’s newest acquisition, the Martin M-130 “China Clipper.” It was flying effortlessly at 8,000 ft., 200 mi. west of the California coast, gleaming in the...

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