“Served during the 1920’s & 30’s in the Caribbean area.
The Commodore was the first passenger aircraft to have upholstered seats.
Originally designed as a Naval Patrol Flying Boat.
By 1944 Commodores had been adapted for navigational training & Pan Am trained hundreds of Royal Force navigators.
Three were acquired by NYRBA – New York, Rio and Buenos Aires Airlines.
Pan Am had 14 Commodores and the final one went out of service September 19, 1946 after 16 years of service.”