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I am surprised they had much larger windows in the 1930s compared to our "modern" planes.
che voi i lupini o le fusaje?
Looks like present day Spirit Airlines with a black and white filter.
I’m terrified of flying as it is – let alone this rickety looking thing…these look like lawn chairs. D:
Original post mentioning the "Ripping Panel" for anyone who is curious about what it means:
These wicker chairs look more comfortable that economy seating tbh.
Indy flew across the globe in that garbage?
The sad thing is this looks more comfortable than today’s planes.
What model of plane is it?
"In the event of a water landing, your seat may be used as… absolutely nothing. I mean, it’s wicker, for Pete’s sake! What the hell are you going to do with wicker?
British fabric-covered airplane flown by Imperial Airlines 1936.
Looks like a current Spirit Airlines plane
It has more legroom than airplanes now days.
Looks exactly like the airplane from Penguins of Madagascar