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When I contemplated an artistic tribute to the airline industry, I could imagine no other more representative aircraft than the Lockheed Constellation. It was a thing of beauty, with its sleek lines and polished aluminum skin. The Lockheed Constellation was a 1939 design that was first used by commercial airlines in late 1945. By then, the Aircraft had taken advantage of the latest technology and had spacious provisions for passengers. Its long-range, land-based capability literally transformed Transcontinental and Western Air into Trans World Airlines. Here the Lockheed L-749A Constellation Star of Arizona flies over the magnificent valleys of the Grand Canyon - a fitting locale for one of commercial aviation's finest aircraft. - Craig Kodera
This Piece has been Signed by Craig Kodera