Pinterest
Gal Gadot was unaware she was auditioning for Wonder Woman. She thought she would be testing for Catwoman. | Elephants cover their dead with soil and vegetation, visit the spot an elephant has died, and touch the dead body the way they would greet a living elephant. | The hijacked Ethiopian Airlines plane in 2014 headed to Switzerland had to be intercepted by French and Italian fighter jets because the Swiss Air force doesn't work on nights and weekends.

Gal Gadot was unaware she was auditioning for Wonder Woman. She thought she would be testing for Catwoman.

Cool Stuff We Like Here @ CoolPile ------- << Original Comment >> ------- ♂ Flying Machines

The Patrouille Suisse, The Patrouille Suisse is an aerobatic team of the Swiss Air Force. The team flies six Northrop Tiger II fighter/bomber jets.

PEL113: 'Switzerland: Pure Swiss Air' - by Charles Avalon - Vintage travel posters - Winter Sports posters - Art Deco - Pullman Editions

'Switzerland: Pure Swiss Air' - by Charles Avalon - Vintage travel posters - Winter Sports posters - Art Deco - Pullman Editions

Swiss Air Force Super Pumawww.SELLaBIZ.gr ΠΩΛΗΣΕΙΣ ΕΠΙΧΕΙΡΗΣΕΩΝ ΔΩΡΕΑΝ ΑΓΓΕΛΙΕΣ ΠΩΛΗΣΗΣ ΕΠΙΧΕΙΡΗΣΗΣ BUSINESS FOR SALE FREE OF CHARGE PUBLICATION

Swiss Air Force Super Pumawww.SELLaBIZ.gr ΠΩΛΗΣΕΙΣ ΕΠΙΧΕΙΡΗΣΕΩΝ ΔΩΡΕΑΝ ΑΓΓΕΛΙΕΣ ΠΩΛΗΣΗΣ ΕΠΙΧΕΙΡΗΣΗΣ BUSINESS FOR SALE FREE OF CHARGE PUBLICATION

The Evolution of the Swissair Logo    like how strait edge it all is, but also feels like it's really old, which it is;)

The Evolution of the Swissair Logo

#swiss air

#swiss air

Swiss Air Posters from the 70s

The Travel Tester vintage travel poster collection. It's time to get nostalgic with this week's retro showcase: Vintage Travel Posters Japan.

Swissair Flyer

Posters in Amsterdam

Keeping with the Swissair theme, this fansite of the airline contains a ton of marketing collateral including posters, flyers and advertising. A lot of great stuff here, especially from the

A Swiss Air Force F-5E Tiger II pilot takes a self-portrait with Earth in the background while his aircraft is in a vertical climb

A Swiss Air Force Tiger II pilot takes a self-portrait with Earth in the background while his aircraft is in a vertical climb