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Braniff International Airways, 1970s

These fliers sure look like they’re having fun in this early Braniff International Airways photo, featuring stewardess in Pucci uniforms

Continental Airlines flight attendant uniforms taken on airstair, English, June 1972.

Continental Airlines flight attendant uniforms taken on airstair, English, June

Airplane Travel In The 1970s

Airplane Travel In The 1970s

Southwest Airlines uniform 1974

Fall of 1974 Southwest Airline Flight Attendant uniform option (they had about 4 options of coordinated looks) - aren't you glad you didn't work for this company then!

Too fabulous for words. Hughes Airwest flight attendant poncho.

Between 1972 and Hughes Airwest flight attendants wore go-go boots, hot pants, fake eyelashes and bouffant hairstyles.

Pan Am First Class Cabin. Back then, bottles of Caswell-Massey cologne were allowed in their carry-on bags.

Interior of a Pan American Airlines Sikorsky flying boat – wide aisle – two seats on either side.

The 70s marked the end of the Golden Age of air travel

"I remember when you could bring your favorite Bowie knife on board, finger a stewardess or two and join the Captain in the cockpit for a drink and some Helen Keller jokes.

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