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Airlines and Aircraft Ads of the 1950s

Chevron Rpm Realism In the Movies (1957)
Chevron Rpm Realism In the Movies (1957)
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)
Borg Warner Hydraulics US Jet Pilot Plane (1956)
Borg Warner Hydraulics US Jet Pilot Plane (1956)
Bendix Jet Rocket Global Weather System (1959)
Bendix Jet Rocket Global Weather System (1959)
Northwest Orient Airlines Butterfly Dance (1954)
Northwest Orient Airlines Butterfly Dance (1954)
British Overseas Airways Corporation’s Monarch to London – BOAC Announces a New Standard of Transatlantic Air Travel (1951)
British Overseas Airways Corporation’s Monarch to London – BOAC Announces a New Standard of Transatlantic Air Travel (1951)
Northwest Orient Airlines – discover America’s exciting new vacationland (1954)
Northwest Orient Airlines – discover America’s exciting new vacationland (1954)
Trans World Airline – What does a man like for dinner 20,000 feet up? (1951)
Trans World Airline – What does a man like for dinner 20,000 feet up? (1951)
Air France’s Mexico City, Miami, New York Travel Package – 2 Wonderful Winter Resorts For The Price Of One (1954)
Air France’s Mexico City, Miami, New York Travel Package – 2 Wonderful Winter Resorts For The Price Of One (1954)
Boeing 707 720 Jetliner Plane Airplane World (1958)
Boeing 707 720 Jetliner Plane Airplane World (1958)
Sas Airline Tiger Hunt Shoot & Lufthansa 2 Ads (1956)
Sas Airline Tiger Hunt Shoot & Lufthansa 2 Ads (1956)
United Air Line’s Service in the Mainliner Manner – Welcome Mat for 10,700 United Air Lines travelers a day (1953)
United Air Line’s Service in the Mainliner Manner – Welcome Mat for 10,700 United Air Lines travelers a day (1953)
National Airline’s DC-7 – DC-7! Only 3 1/2 Hrs Non-Stop To Miami (1953)
National Airline’s DC-7 – DC-7! Only 3 1/2 Hrs Non-Stop To Miami (1953)
United Aircraft Corporation’s Air Travel – "Where’s George?" "Oh, he won’t be here ’til tomorrow... we came by air!" (1954)
United Aircraft Corporation’s Air Travel – "Where’s George?" "Oh, he won’t be here ’til tomorrow... we came by air!" (1954)