American Airlines (1949)—“Here I am… the fellow who said he would never fly. If I thought it was anything like this, I’d be flying a long time ago!”
It’s almost time to begin preparations for an enjoyable summer getaway and book flights to a favourite destination.
To help travellers get in the globe-trotting spirit, Reminisce, North America’s top-selling nostalgia magazine has printed a montage of vintage airline ads.
Martin Aircraft (1945)—“Now…an airline is the shortest distance between two points. For speed, comfort and economy…plan to travel via Martin flying boat!”
Take a journey to the past, when flying meant smartly dressed
Air France (1960)—“7 course meal….1,600 miles long. It’s true—on every flight, every day passengers enjoy a meal like this with no extra fare!”
passengers, fancy in-flight meals, smoking, and more.