The first airliner with a pressurized cabin to enter service was the Boeing Model 307 Strato-liner, the prototype of which was flown for the first time on 31 December 1938. Derived from the B-17 Flying Fortress bomber, it was advertised as the first airliner to fly above most bad weather conditions because of its pressurized cabin. The first version to enter service, with Trans-Continental and Western Air in April 1940, was the Model 307B, accommodating 33 passengers.

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Supermarine Spitfire screensaver

Limited description available for this download - Supermarine Spitfire screen saver.
Slide show of 10 pictures from this legendary aircraft. Operating System: Windows (not vista compatible)

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—did you know… the traditional scale for kit models: 1:144 1:100 1:72 1:48 1:32 1:24 (1/144 1/100 1/72 1/48 1/32 1/24) 
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Even though there are various thoughts, regarding the most useful of WWII aircraft, this one frightened the living daylights out of the opposing German personel.
It is still the most beautifull, and easiest to fly of all WWII warplanes.
Posted By: Keith Barnett on 12/08/2011 at 11:02:11

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