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Collection by Ody Rivas • Last updated 12 weeks ago

Ody Rivas
airlinestuff: PAN AM - “French Restaurant” ad from 1968 Nice old print advertisment for former American airline PAN AM. I really like the namings for their booking classes: “First-Class President Special” and ” Rainbow Economy” Rainbow. Pan Am, Retro Airline, Airline Travel, Air Travel, Vintage Airline, Vintage Travel Posters, Vintage Ads, Voyage Usa, Airplane Photography

Luxury on Wings

The Clipper Cruises of the flying boat era with overnight stops ended, and with the onset of World War Two, passenger comfort became a lower priority. But after the war, with a booming economy that enabled many more travelers to fly to more exotic destinations, Pan Am renewed its focus on passenger inflight experience. Travel time on Pan Am got a whole lot shorter with use of land planes. Stratocruisers retained a luxury cruise ship quality, a double-decker with a lounge and a bar, and…

PAN AM AIRLINES PIN Pan Am, National Airlines, Airline Logo, Airplane Photography, Vintage Air, Air Travel, Vintage Travel Posters, Flight Attendant, Badges


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Boeing 377 Stratocruiser cross section. Photo by Boeing Aviation Center, Civil Aviation, Aviation Art, Passenger Aircraft, Flying Boat, Airline Flights, Vintage Travel Posters, Vintage Airline, Commercial Aircraft

Why is the fuselage on an airliner circular-shaped?

Consider the fuselage of an A300. I have noticed this not only with airliners, but also for private jets and turboprops: why is the fuselage circular-shaped? Why don't aircraft have square-shaped

First flight in a plane was in a TAA Viscount from Hobart to Essendon Airport in Melbourne en route to Blantyre Malawi,January Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Airline Travel, Air Travel, Australian Airlines, Australian Vintage, Australia Tourism, Vintage Airplanes, Poster Ads

Vickers Viscount & TAA

Further cool airplane ad: The Viscount TAA, October 1954 960x1280 full size

Aviation Photo Boeing - Pan American World Airways - Pan Am Boeing 707, Boeing Aircraft, Passenger Aircraft, Boeing Planes, International Airlines, Air Festival, Pan Am, Aircraft Photos, Commercial Aircraft

Aviation Photo #4334257: Boeing 707-321 - Pan American World Airways - Pan Am

Photo taken at Dusseldorf - International (Rhein-Ruhr / Lohausen) (DUS / EDDL) in Germany in April, 1969.

Old Pan Am billboard still around in Costa do Valado, Portugal. Pan Am, National Airlines, Boeing 707, Vintage Travel Posters, Vintage Airline, Vintage Advertisements, Retro Advertising, Vintage Ads, Air Travel

Pan Am's Black Birds

Pan Am's Blackbirds: An Article about African American Stewardesses beginning in 1969

clipper post thumb Pan Am Clipper Service, a visual history Retro Airline, Airline Travel, Vintage Airline, Air Travel, Pan Am, Amphibious Aircraft, National Airlines, Flying Boat, Aviation Art

Pan Am Clipper Service, a visual history

In August of 1934, the first Pan Am Clipper, a Sikorksy S-42, took flight with 32 passengers aboard on a six-day passage between Miami and Buenos Aires, but the trip would take 6 full days as a pla…

Iconic Pan-AM Worldport Terminal at JFK Airport. The distinctive "flying saucer" roof design. Pan Am, Airport Architecture, Historic Architecture, Airport Design, National Airlines, Vintage Travel Posters, Vintage Airline, Air Travel, International Airport

originally Pan Am's Worldport at Idlewild, built in 1960 (terminal 3 at JFK) - famous for its 4-acre "flying saucer" roof suspended far from the outside columns of the terminal

Yves Montand with two TWA stewardesses New York 1963 Vintage Air, Vintage Stuff, Spruce Goose, Twa Styles, Domestic Airlines, San Pedro Sula, Fly Girls, The Big Four, Air Travel

onbekende fotograaf

25,3 x 20,7 cm. Op de achterzijde stempel en tekst. Ondanks gebruikssporen verkeert de foto in heel redelijke staat.