1930s, Fun, History, Nostalgia, Photography, Travel, Vintage

Alligator Skin Walls: The Only Way I Travel

The Consolidated Commodore, jet of Juan Terry Trippe, which carried 22 passengers (source: They Made America)
The Consolidated Commodore, “flying boat” of Juan Terry Trippe, which carried 22 passengers (source: They Made America)
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11 thoughts on “Alligator Skin Walls: The Only Way I Travel”

      1. Yeah from my info the Commodore was a flying boat that ran a lot of service to the Caribbean. Also Pan Am came about as a merger of his line and that of Eddie Rickenbacker,the WWI Ace.Who by the by save a unknown race track from obscurity. That track became the Indianapolis 500.

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