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Comic #4877

1 Prof. Jones: Is there a lunch service on this flight?
2 Emily: What do you think this is? The Yankee Clipper?
3 Emily: If you wanted a meal, you should have brought your own lunch!
4 Prof. Jones: Well, I did. But I realised this beef Wellington would go better with a Bordeaux than this Burgundy.

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The Yankee Clipper was the first Boeing 314 Clipper flying boat to offer a trans-Atlantic air service, beginning operation in 1939. These were the days when air travel was luxurious, with linen tablecloths, fine china, silverware, and a chef on board cooking the meals.

If you want to see what it was like flying on a 314 Clipper, check out these articles: from Business insider, and from Inside Flyer.

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