National Geographic : 1950 Mar
© National Geographic Society 4 Like a Big Migrant Bird Come to Rest, a Solent Alights on Lake Victoria Leaving thrice weekly from Southampton, these B.O.A.C. (British Overseas Airways Corporation) sea planes fly to Johannesburg, South Africa, in four and one-half days. Another Solent route goes to Nairobi (alighting at Lake Naivasha) and Dar es Salaam. 343 Kodac(hrones by W. Robert Moore " B.O.A.C. Hostess Gives an Assist as Passengers Disembark at Port Bell Flying on daylight hops, these planes halt overnight at Augusta (Sicily), Luxor, here at Port Bell near Kam pala, and at Victoria Falls before reaching Johannes burg. East Africa is served by a dozen international services, run by eight nations.