December 2006
Time;12/18/2006, Vol. 168 Issue 25, p13
This article takes a look back at the March 28, 1949 issue featuring a cover story on Pan-American Airways founder Juan Terry Trippe. Trippe was debuting the Boeing Stratocruiser, the biggest and fastest airplane up to that point. When the plane arrived at Boston's airport an estimated 50,000 people went to catch a glimpse.


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