Pacific Air Lines T-shirt

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  • Regular price $22.00

The Pacific Air Lines Story

Regarded as the original no-frills airline, Pacific actually started out as Southwest Airways in 1941. Not until 1958 did they become Pacific Airlines. That name only lasted 10 years until they were merged into Bonanza Air Lines.

Their first route was between Los Angeles to San Francisco in a DC-3 with several stops in between. By 1952, they connected 23 cities.


This t-shirt features an 'aged' Pacific Air Lines logo and comes in 4 colors - black, grey, navy, and white. Comfortable, soft and lightweight with just the right amount of stretch.

• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
• Tear-away label
• Side-seamed


• 100% Cotton

Wash and Care

• Machine wash cold
• Tumble dry low

About Shank and Miller Co.

Shank and Miller creates apparel, home goods, and travel gear based on styling from early 20th-century airlines. Simple, durable, comfortable clothing inspired by the golden days of flying.