Transport: 314

With no fuss or feathers, Pan American Airways sent one of its new 74-passenger Boeing Clippers across to England last week. Captained by big, blond Harold Edward Gray, carrying a crew of eleven and nine technical experts as passengers, the big 314 stopped at Horta in the Azores, then went on to Lisbon, Portugal. From there it was a straight shot across Fascist Spain to the next stop, Marseille, but Captain Gray headed north to Bordeaux, then swung across France to Marseille. Unfavorable winds, said he with a poker face, prevented the flight...

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