The classic Armstrong-Whitworth Atalanta Airliner flies over the Mozambique port of Beira. The Atalanta was a high-wing monoplane designed specifially for Imperial Airways use on its African lines, particularly between Kisumu, Kenya and Cape Town, South Africa. The specification called for an airliner capable of carrying nine passengers, three crew and a large load of freight over 400 miles at a cruising speed of 115 mph. The prototype was named Atalanta and first flew on 6 June 1932. You'll love this airplane t-shirt.