Vintage Ad Browser

Airlines and Aircraft Ads of the 1950s

Original 2pg American Airlines Jet Plane Ad 1st (1959)
Original 2pg American Airlines Jet Plane Ad 1st (1959)
Air France Air Line – World’s Largest Airline (1958)
Air France Air Line – World’s Largest Airline (1958)
Scandinavian Airlines System’s Pennywise Package Tours – Still Time to Vacation in Paris and London. Go Now! Pay Later. $29 per month. (1954)
Scandinavian Airlines System’s Pennywise Package Tours – Still Time to Vacation in Paris and London. Go Now! Pay Later. $29 per month. (1954)
Northwest Airlines – Go Northwest, young man (1954)
Northwest Airlines – Go Northwest, young man (1954)
National Airline’s Miami – National Brings Cool Florida Within Your Reach (1953)
National Airline’s Miami – National Brings Cool Florida Within Your Reach (1953)
Pan Am Airline S America 7 City Travel Photo (1953)
Pan Am Airline S America 7 City Travel Photo (1953)
Italian Airline’s Italy – Fly LAI to Italy for the Christmas Holidays (1953)
Italian Airline’s Italy – Fly LAI to Italy for the Christmas Holidays (1953)
Trans-Canada Air Lines – The Fast Way to All Canada and Europe, fly Trans-Canada Air Lines (1952)
Trans-Canada Air Lines – The Fast Way to All Canada and Europe, fly Trans-Canada Air Lines (1952)
TWA Airlines Circle Trips U.S & Overseas (1950)
TWA Airlines Circle Trips U.S & Overseas (1950)
Sabena Belgian Airline’s Europe – a Spring vacation in Europe
Sabena Belgian Airline’s Europe – a Spring vacation in Europe
Scandinavian Airlines System’s Europe – Fly SAS to all Europe (1953)
Scandinavian Airlines System’s Europe – Fly SAS to all Europe (1953)
New Fiberglas Taylorcraft Conway Pa Airplane (1957)
New Fiberglas Taylorcraft Conway Pa Airplane (1957)
Braniff International Airway’s South America – Rio and all South America (1953)
Braniff International Airway’s South America – Rio and all South America (1953)
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines – It’s on Recommendation that nine out of ten of our passengers fly KLM (1953)
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines – It’s on Recommendation that nine out of ten of our passengers fly KLM (1953)