Permalink: http://www.boeingimages.com/archive/Boeing-307-Stratoliner-Prototype-in-Flight-2F3XC5PPII1.htmlCopyright © Boeing. All Rights Reserved.View Photo/Video onlyConceptually similarBoeing 307 Stratoliner in Flight307 Stratoliner Flying Above the CloudsBoeing 307 Stratoliner in FlightStratoliner SB-307B Cabin307 Stratoliner Cruises Above MountainsStratoliner SB-307B BarRebuilt 307 Stratoliner on Landing ApproachStratoliner SB-307B Forward Passenger CompartmentStratoliner SB-307B Lavatory EntranceView AllView more with similar tones Boeing 307 Stratoliner Prototype in FlightBuy A Print or License This PhotoWhat Type of Order?Usage:The Boeing Model 307 Stratoliner was the world's first high-altitude commercial transport and the first four-engine airliner in scheduled domestic service. With names like Rainbow, Comet, Flying Cloud and Apache, the Stratoliner set new standards for speed and comfort.Its pressurized cabin allowed the airplane to soar above rough weather at an altitude of 20,000 feet -- higher than any other transport of its time. Its circular fuselage provided maximum space for the five crew members and 33 passengers. The nearly 12-foot-wide cabin had space for comfortable berths for overnight travelers.BI232860 (11224)Maximum size:2830px × 2022px (~16 MB)9.4in × 6.7in (300dpi)License type:Rights ManagedKeywords:307 Stratoliner-air to air-airplanes-commercial-commercial passenger planes-day-exteriors-farmland-flying-full body views-historic production status-left front views-left side views-monoplanes-other livery-photos-propeller planes-silver color-sunshine-text-unpainted-viewed from above-vintage / retroRelated Photo/Videos:View AllRelated Virtual folders:Model 307 StratolinerNotable 'Firsts'