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  • China Clipper - Wikipedia

    China Clipper (NC14716) was the first of three Martin M-130 four-engine flying boats built for Pan American Airways and was used to inaugurate the first commercial ...

  • The China Clipper - The Martin M-130 @

    All about Pan American Airways China Clipper - the Martin M130

  • China Clipper (1936) - IMDb

    Hollywood frequently makes fictionalized movies based on real events. Being very familiar with the story of the China Clipper, I viewed this movie as a fictional ...

  • China Clipper (1936 film) - Wikipedia

    China Clipper is a 1936 drama film directed by Ray Enright and written by Frank Wead, produced by First National Pictures, distributed by parent company Warner ...

  • China Clipper - Pan Am Clipper Flying Boats

    The name “China Clipper” became synonymous with Pan American’s Martin M-130 clipper, and even, to many people, shorthand for Pan Am flying boats in general.

  • China Clipper Inn - TripAdvisor

    Book China Clipper Inn, Ouray on TripAdvisor: See 335 traveler reviews, 113 candid photos, and great deals for China Clipper Inn, ranked #1 of 9 B&Bs ...

  • China Clipper Air Service - YouTube

    "Flying Boats" (large seaplanes) were planned to connect the U.S. and China to access the "fabulous markets" of the latter in the 1930s. As it turned out ...

  • China Clipper, Downtown, Saskatoon - Urbanspoon/Zomato

    China Clipper Saskatoon; China Clipper, Downtown; Get Menu, Reviews, Contact, Location, Phone Number, Maps and more for China Clipper Restaurant on Zomato

  • China Clipper's flight made history 75 years ago - SFGate

    Seventy-five years ago today, a silvery four-engined seaplane took off from Alameda and headed west across San Francisco Bay and out to sea for a flight into history.


    Released for the home market, this short, silent documentary film consists of newsreels showing the Pan American Clippers in their heydey, 1934-1939 ...

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