The Dixie Clipper, a Boeing 314 flying boat operated by Pan American, was in service from 1939-1950.
See our post featuring artist John T. McCoy’s rendering of the Dixie Clipper here.
Photo from the Pan American World Airways, Inc. Records, Archives and Special Collections Department, Otto G. Richter Library, University of Miami.
Caption reads: “Dixie Clipper completes first transatlantic passenger flight / New York to Lisbon, Portugal, June 29, 1939 / Boeing B-314”.
This flight had left from Port Washington the day before, captained by R. O. D. Sullivan, with 22 passengers on board.
From Pan American’s “Historic First Flights of Pan American Clippers” series.