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    1940s Pan Am's first Stewardess, Madeline Cuniff in the doorway of a Boeing 314 flying boat.

    Dining aboard a Boeing 314 clipper flying boat.

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    Aichi E13A - Wikipedia

    Numerically the most important seaplane of the IJN, it could carry a crew of three and a bombload. The Aichi E13A (Allied reporting name: "Jake") was a long-range reconnaissance seaplane used by the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) from 1941 to 1945.

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    Sunderland's flying boat escorting the "Empress of Australia" sailing on the English Channel with the King and Queen on board bound for Canada.