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Airlines and Aircraft Ads of the 1940s

British Overseas Airways Corporation’s Geneva, Switzerland – Visit the Winter Olympics (1947)
British Overseas Airways Corporation’s Geneva, Switzerland – Visit the Winter Olympics (1947)
Transcontinental & Western Air’s Business Travel – "He’s Twice The Man he used to be!" (1940)
Transcontinental & Western Air’s Business Travel – "He’s Twice The Man he used to be!" (1940)
British Overseas Airways Corporation’s Air Fares – BOAC Announces Important REDUCTIONS (1949)
British Overseas Airways Corporation’s Air Fares – BOAC Announces Important REDUCTIONS (1949)
United Air Line’s Mainliner – Up above the world so high like a duchess in the sky (1946)
United Air Line’s Mainliner – Up above the world so high like a duchess in the sky (1946)
American Airline’s Western Hemisphere Transportation – These Three International Commuters Use One Timetable (1944)
American Airline’s Western Hemisphere Transportation – These Three International Commuters Use One Timetable (1944)
"Scrappy Float Plane Downs Jap Zero" Edo Floats (1945)
"Scrappy Float Plane Downs Jap Zero" Edo Floats (1945)
Transcontinental & Western Air – Adventure in Contentment (1945)
Transcontinental & Western Air – Adventure in Contentment (1945)
Braniff Airway’s Service – It’s Still "Friendly Transportation" (1943)
Braniff Airway’s Service – It’s Still "Friendly Transportation" (1943)
Panagra’s Pan American Grace Airways (1941)
Panagra’s Pan American Grace Airways (1941)
National Airline’s Non-stop flights – Non-Stop to MIAMI * NORFOLK HAVANA NEW ORLEANS * TAMPA JACKSONVILLE (1947)
National Airline’s Non-stop flights – Non-Stop to MIAMI * NORFOLK HAVANA NEW ORLEANS * TAMPA JACKSONVILLE (1947)
Us Air Force Cadet Jet Pilot Plane Ad T (1948)
Us Air Force Cadet Jet Pilot Plane Ad T (1948)
Transcontinental & Western Air – Air Travel Guide (1940)
Transcontinental & Western Air – Air Travel Guide (1940)
Stinson Plane – Voyager – Link Fence Capital Company (1948)
Stinson Plane – Voyager – Link Fence Capital Company (1948)
British European Airway’s BEA – Fly BEA. Change at Britain for Europe. (1947)
British European Airway’s BEA – Fly BEA. Change at Britain for Europe. (1947)