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Consolidated P2Y

9 March 2017

 

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Consolidated P2Y was a parasol wing, sesquiplane, twin tail flying boat which had a certain elegance—U.S. Navy Archives

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Three Consolidated P2Y seaplanes in flight—U.S. Navy Archives

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Consolidated P2Y over Hawaii—U.S. Navy Archives

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Consolidated P2Y-1 handling (note officer in the pilot’s seat)—U.S. Navy Archives

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Half of the Consolidated P2Y-1 aircraft passing Diamond Head setting a record in 1934 for the longest formation flight which was from San Francisco to Honolulu—U.S. Navy Archives

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The six Consolidated P2Y-1 aircraft which set a record in 1934 for the longest formation flight which was from San Francisco to Honolulu placing Diamond Head behind them—U.S. Navy Archives

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The U.S. Navy Consolidated P2Y-1 aircraft completing their record flight in 1934 for the longest formation flight distance which was from San Francisco to Honolulu—U.S. Navy Archives

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Consolidated P2Y-1 aircraft alighting upon the waters of Honolulu and setting the record in 1934 for the longest formation flight which was from San Francisco to Honolulu—U.S. Navy Archives

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The crowd welcomes the six Consolidated P2Y-1 aircraft which just set the record in 1934 for the longest formation flight which was from San Francisco to Honolulu—U.S. Navy Archives

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