||Original archival linen backed vintage travel poster "PHILIPPINE AIR LINES" USA - The Orient - Europe by DC-6 sleeper. Speed - Comfort - Dependability.
The image of a DC-6 flying over the initials P A L where each letter scenes from the United States, the Orient, and Europe depected. The background is a cloud and light blue. Designed by Walther Boland Associate s.
Philippine Air Lines made its first regular flight in March of 1941. The airline stopped service from 1942-1946 due to World War II, but resumed when the war was over. The DC-6 was the first pressurized aircraft that Douglas produced; as a sleeper it was used on the Trans-Oceanic routes, as depicted here within the typography of the airlines initials. Litho by Schwabacher-Frey.