Arrival of the "China Clipper" 5 1/2 days out of the orient. After a 9,000 mile Trans-Pacific sky voyage. This luxurious flying ship is one of a fleet of three "Clipper" Ships, "China", "Hawaii" and "Philippine", operated on regular weekly trips between California and the Orient by Pan-American Airways System. stops are made at the Hawaiian, Midway, Wake, Guam, and Philippine Islands, en route, reducing a month's sea voyage to five and one-half days. these ships are capable of carrying a to of mail and express - will accommodate forty seated or eighteen sleeping passengers on a normal flight. The ships have a fuel capacity for a flight of 3,000 miles, with a high speed of 180 miles per hour.