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Airlines and Aircraft Ads of the 1940s

Western Air Lines – Western Air Lines (1945)
Western Air Lines – Western Air Lines (1945)
Pennsylvania Central Airline’s War Transportation – Do you know this American Victory City? (1943)
Pennsylvania Central Airline’s War Transportation – Do you know this American Victory City? (1943)
Wwii B-24 Liberator Art Wartime Buick (1945)
Wwii B-24 Liberator Art Wartime Buick (1945)
Trans World Airline’s Advance Skychief – Still the fastest to the Coast (1947)
Trans World Airline’s Advance Skychief – Still the fastest to the Coast (1947)
American Airlines – Too Old To Dream (1949)
American Airlines – Too Old To Dream (1949)
Stinson Voyager 150 "The Pilot Depends On You!" (1946)
Stinson Voyager 150 "The Pilot Depends On You!" (1946)
United Aircraft Corp Helicopter (1945)
United Aircraft Corp Helicopter (1945)
TACA Airways System’s Taca Airways System – "To Central America I Fly Taca" (1947)
TACA Airways System’s Taca Airways System – "To Central America I Fly Taca" (1947)
Trans World Airline’s Starliner – Where the World is One (1947)
Trans World Airline’s Starliner – Where the World is One (1947)
National Airline’s Family air fare plans – Family Plan (1949)
National Airline’s Family air fare plans – Family Plan (1949)
The Airlines of the United State’s Air Travel – "Tomorrow, Joe, we’ll have this speed and cushions too!" (1945)
The Airlines of the United State’s Air Travel – "Tomorrow, Joe, we’ll have this speed and cushions too!" (1945)
Fly Us Flag Airlines Constellation Ad Child Art (1947)
Fly Us Flag Airlines Constellation Ad Child Art (1947)
American Airlines Flagship Plane Dc-6 (1947)
American Airlines Flagship Plane Dc-6 (1947)
Transcontinental & Western Air’s various destinations – TWA To Chicago 4 Hours, 55 Minutes. TWA To Pittsburgh 2 Hours, 1 Minute. TWA To Minneapolis 7 Hours, 55 Minutes. (1942)
Transcontinental & Western Air’s various destinations – TWA To Chicago 4 Hours, 55 Minutes. TWA To Pittsburgh 2 Hours, 1 Minute. TWA To Minneapolis 7 Hours, 55 Minutes. (1942)