The Brief, Ultra Romantic History Of Hawaiis Flying Hotels

It’s still amazing that humankind ever found a way to fly. But it especially blows our minds to think about people flying out to Hawaii — the most geographically-isolated landmass in the world — in the early 1900s.

A piece of this history is the subject of an exhibition at Washington, D.C.’s Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, titled “Hawaii By Air,” on view through July 2015. It looks at how advancements in air travel worldwide changed Hawaii’s tourism, and all of Hawaii, forever.

Boeing Model 314 Clipper; Pan American Airways (Pan Am) (USA)

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The Brief, Ultra Romantic History Of Hawaiis Flying Hotels.

By James Cave for Huffington Post

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