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AAHS Journal Vol 58, No 4
AAHS Journal, Vol 58, No 4
Winter 2013

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This Day in History: 
April 24, 1952

Pan American World Airways inaugurates its "Rainbow" tourist class service across the North Atlantic, using DC-6 a/c, by landing 95 passengers at Shannon, Ireland - the largest number of commercial passengers to fly across the Atlantic in an airliner to date.

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