Date: 21 Sep 98 00:31:41 From: Scott Macmillan <Scott@golfmike.demon.co.uk> Organization: Up2U References: 1
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In article <airliners.1998.1450@ohare.Chicago.COM>, Howard Firm <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes >My grandfather passed away and I found out that in the early forties He flew >a four engine seaplane from the U.S. to Ireland. I have tons of pictures and >logbooks, charts and other stuff from the airline...It was Pan American >Airways. > >The logbooks mention three different Aircraft, the Berwick, The Yankee >Clipper and theDixie Clipper. His first log was August of 1939 and the last >entry is dated January of 1943. Hello Howard, I cant help with the US to Ireland routes, but I saw a mention of a book called "Pan Americans Pacific Pioneers" in a magazine. The books tells the history of Pan American's Pacific Ocean flights from 1935 to 1946. Around the correct time, but the wrong ocean. Regards. -- Scott Macmillan GM7OMU, IO75tv Glasgow, Scotland, UK.