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Airlines and Aircraft Ads of the 1950s

French National Airline’s Parisian – the Parisian (1950)
French National Airline’s Parisian – the Parisian (1950)
British Commonwealth Pacific Airlines, Limited’s Australia and New Zealand – Fly BCPA. Australia and New Zealand (1951)
British Commonwealth Pacific Airlines, Limited’s Australia and New Zealand – Fly BCPA. Australia and New Zealand (1951)
United Air Line’s DC-7s – Leave New York at noon – reach Los Angeles before 5 p.m. on United Air Lines’ DC-7s, nonstop coast to coast (1954)
United Air Line’s DC-7s – Leave New York at noon – reach Los Angeles before 5 p.m. on United Air Lines’ DC-7s, nonstop coast to coast (1954)
Hertz Rent a Car Twa (1954)
Hertz Rent a Car Twa (1954)
Newspaper Writer Journalist Boeing 707 Airplane (1957)
Newspaper Writer Journalist Boeing 707 Airplane (1957)
Trans-Canada Air Line’s Non-Stop Flights to Toronto – In 10 Years, 1,324 Non-Stop Flights New York to Toronto and all Canada (1951)
Trans-Canada Air Line’s Non-Stop Flights to Toronto – In 10 Years, 1,324 Non-Stop Flights New York to Toronto and all Canada (1951)
Lufthansa Airlines Paris Eiffel Tower Mona Lisa (1958)
Lufthansa Airlines Paris Eiffel Tower Mona Lisa (1958)
Pan American Choose Your Fare To Hawaii Strato (1953)
Pan American Choose Your Fare To Hawaii Strato (1953)
Nashville Berry Field Airport Photo Gulf Oil (1958)
Nashville Berry Field Airport Photo Gulf Oil (1958)
Eastern Air Line’s Miami – Now New Low Aircoach Fares (1952)
Eastern Air Line’s Miami – Now New Low Aircoach Fares (1952)
TWA Airlines Airplane Baitch Castaldi Fashion (1953)
TWA Airlines Airplane Baitch Castaldi Fashion (1953)
Scandinavian Airlines System’s Europe – SAS inaugurates First New Route to Europe in a thousand years (1954)
Scandinavian Airlines System’s Europe – SAS inaugurates First New Route to Europe in a thousand years (1954)
American Airlines – American Airlines, Inc. carries more passengers than any other airline in the world. (1951)
American Airlines – American Airlines, Inc. carries more passengers than any other airline in the world. (1951)
Pan Am Airlines (1957)
Pan Am Airlines (1957)