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AIR1. American Airlines , A Very RARE in this condition American Airlines DC-3 on tarmac at Municipal Airport, Los Angeles, Calif. RPPC is standard size and JUST A BRILLIANT SPECIMEN, unused Back EX+ $78.00
AIR2. Sept-lles, Quebec , A Uncommon and Great view a Quebecair DC-3 and F-27 on tarmac at Sept-lles, Quebec airport , c.late '50s, early '60s. Card is standard size, unused Back EX $12.00
AIR3. Lockheed Terminal , A Great view of Lockheed Terminal, Burbank, Ca., c.1947/1952. Card is standard size, and RAZOR Borders/Corners, unused Back EX+ $7.00
AIR4. Toyko Int'l Airport(/) , A Cool night time view of a JAL DC-8 on tarmac at more than likely Toyko Int'l airport, c.'60s. Card measures 7 1/2" x 4". I'm not sure how to describe this, but along the Top border there seems to be some sort light discoloration(??), and light surface wear, unused Top Border , Back VG $10.00
AIR5. Toyko Int'l Airport , A Uncommon interior view of Toyko International airport, c.'50s. Card is standard size with just up. rt. cor. tip wear. Nice PAA B-377 over the planet Earth, unused Back EX $24.00
AIR6. PCA , A Very RARE PCA, Pennsylvania-Central Airlines RPPC, c.1940/1943. Card is standard size with slight lwr. rt. cor. wear. Has documentation on back. PCA continued to add routes, notably to Chicago in 1938, and aircraft, notably the Douglas DC-3, in 1940, unused Back EX $60.00
AIR7. A.A. DC-4 , A Scarce view of an American Airline Cargo. Card is standard size, unused Back VG+ $12.00
AIR8. UAL Viscount , A Scarce and COOL view of an United Airlines Viscont warming up on tarmac at Buffalo airport, New York. Card is standard size, c.'60s. UAL started Viscount operations in 1961, and retired them in 1969. From what I could determine, is United acquired the Viscount in its acquisition of Capital Airlines in 1961, unused Back EX $12.00
AIR9. Toyko Int'l Airport , A Scarcier of the Two cards showing the same view of Toyko International airport, c.'60s. Card is continental size. The other view of this card is from a GREATER distance. The aircraft to the left rear is a CV-880 with a DC-8 up close as well as in the foreground with two JAL DC-6B at the far rear, unused Back EX $10.00
AIR10. Komaki Airport , A nice card with JAL stewardesses posing for a picture at Komaki airport, Nagoya, Japan. Card is standard size, c.'50s. Has up. lft. cor. wear, unused Back EX $13.00
AIR11. Singapore Int'l Airport , A SUPER RARE, and Up Close KLM DC-3 taxiing at Singapore Int'l airport for either a take-off or to the gate, c.1936/1939. Card is standard size. KLM introduced the Douglas DC-2 on the Batavia service in 1934. The first of KLM's Douglas DC-3 aircraft were delivered in 1936; these replaced the DC-2s on the service via Batavia to Sydney, unused Back EX $125.00
AIR12. Milano , A Great view of tarmac at Milano(Milan,Italy) airport, c.1960/1962. Card is continental size, with light corner wear. There are 3 Alitalia Viscounts and one SAM DC-6. In the foreroung behind the SAM DC-6 is a Alitalia Carvelle. Carvelle's came on-line with SAS in April 1959, unused Back VG+ $8.00
AIR13. Iran Air , A Scarce, and Cool Iran Air B-727 c.1965/1967. Card is Continental size and Airline issued. In 1965, Iran Air took delivery of its first jet aircraft, the Boeing 707 and the Boeing 727-100, unused Back EX $24.00
AIR14. Aeromaritime , A nice view of a Aeromaritime unloading or loading one of there Sikrosky S-43 flying boats, c.1937/1945. Card is standard size, with cor. tip wear. After acquiring five S-43s from Inter-Island Airways, they flew from 1937 to 1945 between Dakar (Senegal) and Pointe-Noire (Congo), unused Back EX $19.00
AIR15. Deuthsche Lufthansa , A Scarce view, in this condition Deuthsche Lufthansa, A.G. SS Westfale with WAL Air Mail flying boat on deck for launch, c.1934. RPPC is standard size and Airline issued. In the early 1930s Westfalen was converted into a seaplane tender to serve as a weather reporting and refueling station for Dornier WAL flying boats of Deutsche Luft Hansa carrying mail across the Atlantic between Europe and South America. A scheduled postal route between Europe and South America was inaugurated in 1934. CONDITION IS LIKE AIR 1, A BRILLIANT SPECIMEN, unused Back EX+ $19.00
AIR16. Atlanta Int'l Airport , A Scarce view of a Delta CV-440 & CV-880 aircraft on tarmac at Atlanta International airport, c.'60s. Card is standard size with very light cor. wear, unused Back EX $9.00
AIR17. Osaka Int'l Airport , A Uncommon Osaka International airport, Japan, c.'60s. Card is continental size, unused Back EX $18.00
AIR18. Braniff , A Great Air to Air view of a Braniff Airways Super B-Liner DC-3, more than likely over Dallas, Tx c.1940/1941. Card is standard size. The DC-3 had just entered the fleet in December 1939. During the war, Braniff remanded much of its new 21-passenger Douglas DC-3 fleet to the United States Army Air Force. RAZOR CORNERS/BORDERS, unused Back EX+ $10.00
AIR19. AeroMexico , A GREAT night time view of a Aeromexico DC-10 landing at unknown airport, c.'70s. Card is standard size and airline issued, unused Back EX $ 5.00
AIR20. TCA , A Very Scarce view of a Trans Canada Air Lines Vanguard on tarmac at Barbabos, West Indies, c.'50s, maybe early '60s. Card is standard size, unused Back EX $20.00
AIR21. K.N.I.L.M. , A SUPER RARE K.N.I.L.M. Fokker F-V11b/3M's on tarmac at Unknown airport, dated 19.8.30. As there are 3 F-V11b/3M aircraft together, I would guess this view is at Batavia(now Jakarta) airport, East Indies(now Indonesia). RPPC is standard size with lwr. rt. cor crease, two light up. lft. cor. bends, light surface wear and Postal stamp does show through to the Front but U must Tilt the Card. The First 4 Fokker F-V11b/3Ms were built for KNILM services in the Netherlands East Indies, and registered as H-NAFA TO H-NAFD. Upon there delivery flights in Sept/Oct. 1928 to KNILM, they were Re-Registered as PK-AFA TO PK-AFD IN WHICH PK-AFB(written of 2/4/'38), PK-AFA IS BEHIND PK-AFD and PK-AFD(written off 12/20/'38) ARE SHOWN HERE at this unknown airport. Headquartered in Amsterdam, KNILM was not a subsidiary of the better-known KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines), despite the similar name. KNILM was founded on July 16, 1928. They started there first regular operations were between Batavia (now Jakarta) - Bandung, and Batavia - Semarang, starting on November 1, 1928. KNILM did not fly to the Netherlands, as the Amsterdam-Batavia weekly service was operated by KLM, used Back VG $125.00
AIR22. Toyko Int'l Airport , A Great Night time view of a Japan Airlines DC-8 on tarmac at Toyko International airport, c.60s. Card is continental size, with very light cor./border wear, unused Back EX $19.00
AIR23. St.Louis Airport , A Uncommon view of St. Louis airport c. 1930s. Card is standard size, with lwr. rt. cor. tip crease. Has two little spot area's, one to the left of EAL DC-3 nose in runway, and one on the runway above the private aircraft to the right. Scanned at 150dpi to give U a Good Look, used Back VG+ $18.00
AIR24. Aerocondor , A Great shot of a Aerocondor B-720B on approach at unknown airport, c.'60s. Card is continental size, and Airline issued,, unused Back EX $8.00
AIR25. JAL , A Great view of a Japan Air Lines Convair 880 on tarmac at Toyko Int'l airport, c.'60s. Card is continental size(5 5/8" x 4"), and more than likely Airline issued, unused Back EX $24.00
AIR26. Gulf Air , A Great aerial view shot of a Gulf Air "GOLDEN JET" L-1011, c.1978/1980. Card is continental size( 5 5/8" x 4") and Airline issued, used Back EX $5.00
AIR27. Denver Air Terminal , A Great view of Stapleton Air Terminal, Dever, Colo. featuring a UAL DC-4 Mainliner 230 on tarmac with service trucks, c.1946/1948. Card is standard size. "United Mainliner" aircraft were: the "Mainliner 300" (Douglas DC-6), the "Mainliner 230" (Douglas DC-4), and the "Mainliner 180" (Douglas DC-3), unused Back EX $40.00
AIR28. Komaki Airport , A GREAT view of tarmac at Komaki airport c.'60s. Card is continental size, & have no idea who the publisher is. Nagoya Airfield also known as Komaki Airport, is an airport which lies within the local government areas of Toyoyama, Komaki, Kasugai and Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture. One Source says, "Dating is relatively easy. It must have been taken in 1965 between the airport opening in May and September of that year when All Nippon Airways sold Convair 440 JA5053(shortened to 53 on the nose). The other Convair is more mysterious. It appears to be JA5068. If so, it would be one of the four CV-240s that North Japan Airlines bought in 1961. BUT, Japanese translators who have been shown the card say that the ideograms on the CV-240 and the hangar roof both convert to “Central Japan Airways” (Chiu Nippon Koku) , about which little can be found. In the early 60sit connected Osaka with other cities on Honshu, including Nagoya. They were absorbed by All Nippon in February 1965 before the likely date of the card. So, was Central Japan leasing from North Japan and was the name still in use after the All Nippon takeover ?, unused Back EX+ $24.00
AIR29. A Scarce and GREAT shot of Toyko International Airport c.'60s. Card measures 7 1/2" x 4". There are Two Japan Airlines DC-8s, on JAL DC-6B and a Swissair CV-990 taxiing out for take-off. Swissair was one of the few airlines to buy Convair 990 "Coronado" aircraft -in 1962- for its medium- and long-range routes, unused Back EX $27.00
AIR30. AeroPeru , A Great view of a AeroPeru L-1011-193L on take off at unknown airport, c.1978/1980. Card is continental size and published by Lockheed-Calif.-Company. AeroPeru started L-1011 services in 1978, unused Back EX $5.00
AIR31. PAA , A Scarce Pan American Airways B-314, not the linen card, near the Statue of Liberty, c.1939/1941. Card is standard size, unused Back EX $17.00
AIR32. Air Lanka , A Scarce Air Lanka B-707 airline c.1979/1980. Card is continental size. Air Lanka was established in 1979as the flag carrier of Sri Lanka once the Sri Lankan government shut down the bankrupt Air Ceylon. Air Lanka's initial fleet consisted of two Boeing 707, leased from Singapore Airlines, & one Boeing 737 was leased from Maersk Air and maintained by Air Tara, unused Back EX $10.00
AIR33. Toyko Int'l Airport , A Cool Toyko International airport view featuring a Japan Air Lines DC-4 on tarmac, c.'50s. Card is standard size, unused Back EX $10.00

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TAB1. NWA , A Northwest Airlines system schedule dated April 26, 1953. TT measures 4" x 9", four paneled with 13 pages. Has one staple hole around "TH" in Northwest. I have no information when NWA started Super Constellation flights, although they started Super G Constellation service in 1955, used Route Map , Clubliner Lounge , Stratocruisers to Manila EX $10.00
TAB2. C.A.T. , A Cool covered C.A.T., Civil Air Transport system schedule dated Dec. 1, 1955. TT measures 3 3/4 x 8 1/2", four paneled with light over all wear and one staple hole near the Man's feet. Operating DC-4s & Curtiss C-46s, used Immediate Inside DC-4 , Schedule with Flap Up , Schedule with Flap Down EX $48.00
TAB3. Aero Condor , A Aerocondor Airline of Columbia, S.A. schedule dated June 15, 1973. TT measures 6 5/8" x 9" and two paged. Has light creases running half way up the Right side to lwr. to bottom of Front Cover(See last image). Aerocondor entered the jet age during late 1972, purchasing an ex-American Airlines Boeing 720B. A Canadair CC-106 Yukon was also acquired for freight services during 1972 and a second ex-American Airlines Boeing 720B was added to the fleet during 1974, used Schedule , Wear Area VG $10.00
TAB4. Air South , A early Air South commuter schedule dated October 1, 1970. TT measures 4" x 9" and two paged. Started ops. January 1968, ceased ops. sometime 1980 flying Beech99s and Beech Queenair's, used Schedule EX $10.00
TAB5. Euro Direct , A early A Early and Cool BAe-ATP Turbo-prop covered Euro Direct Airline of the U.K. ystem schedule dated August 22, 1994. TT measures 8 1/4" x 4" with eight pages. Eurodirect was a short lived British airline commenced operatios sometime in 1994, and ceased all operations on February 26, 1995, after less than a year of flights. Operated BAe-ATP Turbo-props and Jetstream 31's. A Brilliant Specimen, used Route Map , View 1 , Sample of Schedule EX $7.00
TAB6. Cross Sound Airlines , A Very Scarce Cross Sound Airline Washington Intra-State commuter schedule dated April 7, 1973. TT measuers 3 3/4" x 8 1/2" with three panels. They started ops. sometime 1970, and ceased ops. sometime 1974 flying BN-2 Islanders, used Back EX $9.00
TAB7. Florida Airways , A Cool covered Florida Airways Intra-state communter schedule dated April 5, 1948. TT measures 4" x 9" with three panels. Has moderate wear in top 1 inch area. Started operations January 1947, and ceased operations March 1949 flying Beech D-18s, used Schedule , Front cover VG $18.00
TAB8. Skybus Express , A Scarce Skybus Express Airlines commuter schedule dated October 17, 1991. TT measures 3 5/8" x 8 1/2", and a very light card board stock type. Has up. rt. cor. crease. I could Find NO operational information, except for years of supposed operation 1992/1993. Start year is Wrong, not sure about end year or aircraft shown(Dornier 228-Series 100??), used Schedule VG+ $7.00
TAB9. PIA , A Cool covered PIA, Pakistan International Airlines system schedule dated January 1956. TT measures 4" x 8 1/2", three paneled with very light surface wear. Pakistan's government established the Pakistan International Airlines Corporation through the merger Orient Airways with Pakistan International Airlines on October 1, 1953, and were formally merged as part of the Pakistan International Airlines Corporation Ordinance in March 1955. Orient Airways had three L-1049 Super Constellations(delivered in early 1954) in service at the time of the merger, to go with PIA's Convair 240s and DC-3s. This Issue shows Super Constellation, Convair 240 and DC-3's in services, used Schedule EX $30.00
TAB10. AirLanka , A AirLanka system schedule dated April 1, 1982. TT measures 3 5/8" x 9" with six panels. Operating B-737s and L-1011's. Air Lanka was established(1979) as the flag carrier of Sri Lanka once the Sri Lankan government shut down the bankrupt Air Ceylon. Air Lanka's initial fleet consisted of two Boeing 707, leased from Singapore Airlines. One Boeing 737 was leased from Maersk Air. On April 24,1980, the lease ended; Air Lanka received a replacement Boeing 737 leased from Royal Brunei. On November 1,1980, Air Lanka commenced wide-body operations with a leased Lockheed L1011-1 Tristar from Air Canada, used Schedule , Schedule , Schedule EX $7.00
TAB11. CAA , A Central African Airways system schedule dated August 1, 1958. TT measures 4" x 8 3/4", four paneled with 11 pages. Has a toning square at lwr. rt. corner, used Route Map , T.O.C./Symbols EX $25.00
TAB12. TTA , A TTA, Trans-Texas Airways system schedule dated November 12, 1963. TT measures 4" x 9 1/8", four paneled with 13 pages. Operating 40-passenger Convair 240s and DC-3s. As with the DC-3s, the Convair airliners were purchased from American Airlines, whose maintenance records indicated the aircraft were in extremely good condition, used Route Map EX $14.00
TAB13. Air Service of New England , An EXTREMELY RARE Air Service of New England Airline schedule c.1927/1928. TT measures 4" x 9" with four panels. I have ZERO operational information. According to the Aviation Week of February 28, 1927, this company as set up to be a selling agent of Boston Airport Corporation. In addition, they were to develop aerial sight-seeing tours, flying classes etc. THE INITIAL IMAGE SHOWS THE SCHEDULE FOR BOSTON--NEW YORK BY AEROPLANE, the INSIDE IMAGE SHOWS THE SCHEDULE FOR BOSTON--NANTUCKET. JUST A BRILLIANT SPECIMEN, used Immediate Inside , Inside EX $175.00
TAB14. Cal-State Air Lines , A Cool and Early Cal-State Air Line California Intr-state commuter schedule dated April 29, 1969. TT measures 4" x 9" with four panels. Started operations November 1968, ceased operations May 1970 flying Beech 99s and JetstreamsJ. A BRILLIANT SPECIMEN, used Welcome Aboard EX+ $10.00
TAB15. Capital Airlines , A Capital Airlines system schedule dated April 27, 1958, a Capital Cadet Captain certificate and a Capital Airlines Constellation postcard. TT measures 4" x 9", four paneled with 26 pages. Cerificate is 10" x 8", and post card is standard size, used Symbols , Back of Postcard EX $18.00
TAB16. Flying Tiger , A Uncommon Flying Tiger Line system schedule dated Novermber 1, 1959. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 1/2" with three panels. Operating L-1049H Constellations on All Flights, used EX $15.00
TAB17. Mexicana , A Cool covered Mexicana Airline system schedule dated August 16/Oct.30 1965. TT measures 4" x 8 5/8", four paneled with 8 pages. Operating Comet 4C's, DC-3's and DC-6's, used Route Map , Sample of Schedule EX $12.00
TAB18. Gold Coast Airways , A Scarce Gold Coast Airways Florida Intra-state commuter schedule dated August 15, 1968. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 7/8", a two sided light card board stock type. When looking for information, I found Gold Coast Airlines, not Airways. But, seems to me to be the Same Florida commuter airline operating Beech 18's and Piper Cherokee Six's. Started ops. October 1966, ceased ops. some time in 1968, used Back Schedule EX $10.00
TAB19. Wyoming Air Service , A Cool B-247 covered Wyoming Air Service schedule c.1936(label on front may hide the actual date?), and a Autographed letter signed by there General Manager. TT measures 4" x 9" and two paged; letter measures 8 1/2" x 11". They started operations April 1931 and reorganized as Inland Air Lines in 1938. Eventually merged into Western Air Lines Oct. 1943, used Schedule EX $50.00
TAB20. Golden Carriage-Aire , A early Golden Carriage-Aire California commuter schedule dated February 15, 1980. TT measures 3 1/2" x 8 1/2", four paneled with a light stain on back cover. Started ops. July 1979, ceased ops. November 1980 flying Piper Navajo's, used Schedule EX $4.00
TAB21. Air Pacific/Golden Gate Airline , A Air Pacific/Golden Gate Airline Joint California commuter schedule dated February 1, 1980. TT measures 3 1/2" x 8 1/2", and two paged, used Schedule , Air Pacific Info. , Golden Gate Info. EX $7.00
TAB22. National Airlines , An Inaugural National Airlines DC-6/6B "New York to Havana" Non-Stop schedule dated February 1, 1953, and a Airline issued Convair 340 postcard.. TT measures 4" X 9", four paneled with seven pages. The post card is standard size. Operating a Variety of aircraft, which still INCLUDE Lockheed Model 18 Lodestars(1940 to 1956). When viewing the Sample Schedule, and if the + sign shows, click which will magnify the page and SEE Bottom of the Page for aircraft. " The first non-stop DC-6/6B service from New York to Havana occurred in February 1953 ", used Route Map , Sample Schedule w/N.Y.-Havana DC-6/6B , Equipment/Information , Back of Postcard EX $23.00
TAB23. Silver City , A Silver City Air Ferry of the U.K. schedule dated January 1, 1958. TT measures 3 1/2" x 8 1/2", four paneled with 20 pages. Also included is a Silver City postcard showing Two Bristol 170's on tarmac at Ferryfield Airport--LYDD in Excellent condition, used Route Map , Back of Postcard EX $15.00
TAB24. Detroit-Cleveland Air Lines , A RARE, and Inaugural Detroit--Cleveland Air Line schedule dated November 1, 1927, and a Detroit-Cleveland Air Line postcard dated 1931. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 1/4" with three panels. Card is standard postcard size. Rather than trying to Explain the history here, PLEASE READ AIRLINE INFORMATION CAREFULLY TO SEE THIS IS THE INAUGURAL ISSUE OF 11/1/1927, used Inside , Back of Postcard , Airline Information EX $120.00
TAB25. San Juan Airlines , A group of three San Juan Airline commuter schedules dated May 1, 1974, March 1, 1976 abd May 15, 1980. '74 issue is a two sided light pocket size card board style and measures 3 1/2" x 2 1/2", '76 issue measures 3 7/8" x 9" with three panels, '80 issue measures 3 1/2" x 8 3/8" and a two sided light card board style, used Schedules , '76 issue Route Map , San Juan Information EX $10.00
TAB26. NEW , A RARE, anc Cool Ford 5-AT(?) Trimotor covered NEW, New England & Western Air Transportation Co., Inc. schedule dated July 26, 1930. Also included and Even RARER than the schedule is a New England & Western letter, which U never see and autographed by there President; hence the Price shown. TT measures 2 7/8" x 5 3/4" and two paged. Letter measures 8 1/2" x 11" and dated August 23, 1930. They started ops. May 1930, ceased ops. November 1930, used Schedule EX $90.00
TAB27. Dixie Flying Service , A A Very RARE Dixie Flying Service passenger schedule dated August 1, 1931, and a even More Rare accompanying Dixie Flying Service autographed letter dated April 16, 1931 and a Small Label. TT measures 3 3/4" x 5 1/8", a light card board style. Letter measures 8 1/2" x 11", and the Dixie label 2 1/8" x 1 1/8" with Full gum, No hinge marks. PLEASE READ "AIRLINE INFORMATION", used Schedule , AIRLINE INFORMATION EX $80.00
TAB28. Colgan Airways , A Cool Beech 99 covered Colgan Airways commuter schedule dated March 5, 1978. TT measures 3 3/8" x 6" with three panels. Operated Beech 99s and Shorts 330 aircraft, used Schedule , Colgan Airways EX $6.00
TAB29. ARIANA , A Scarce Ariana Afghan Airline system schedule dated November 1, 1972. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 1/2" with three panels. Operating All B-727 fleet, used Schedule EX $40.00
TAB30. Guest Airways , A Guest Airways schedule dated February 10, 1951. TT measures 9" x 4", a single sided style timetable. Has small up. lft. and lwr. rt. cor. creases. It seems there route structure changed often, so I'm not sure if this is a system schedule. It could be just a Transatlantic schedule, used EX $15.00
TAB31. U.A.T. , A More than Likely Scarce U.A.T., Union Aeromaritime de Transport DC-8 & DC-6B African schedule, c.'60s. TT measures 4" x 9" with three panels. Has light/light+ wear just above the Horn of Africa, used Route Map & Schedule VG $19.00
TAB32. NAC , A Cool covered B-737-200 National Airways Corporation of New Zealand system schedule dated September 4, 1976. TT measures 3 1/2" x 9 1/4", four paneled with 29 pages , used Route Map , Mount Cook Airlines EX $9.00
TAB33. Mayflower Airline , A Very Scarce Mayflower Airline schedule dated Oct.1937(in pencil at bottom of front cover), and a Every More RARE Mayflower letter autographed by the President. TT measures 3 5/8" x 6" and two paged. The letter measures 8 1/2" x 11". Mayflower started ops. in July 1937 and was acquired by Northeast Airlines in 1944, used Schedule EX $55.00
TAB34. Mason-Dixon Airlines , A A Very RARE Mason-Dixon Air Lines schedule dated September 10, 1930, and a almost NEVER seen Mason-Dixon autographed letter dated Nov. 2, 1930. TT measures 4" x 9" with a small top fold tear. The letter measures 8 1/2" x 11" with Wear shown. Mason-Dixon started operations in July 1929 and ceased operations January 1931 flying Flamingo aircraft(see back cover). It looks like a eight-passenger variant which means it's a G-2-W variant, featuring a 410hp Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp 9-cyl. air-cooled radial piston engine, Maximum speed of 135 mph, a Cruise speed of 115 mph and Maximum 1,000 mile Range, used Schedule G & EX $77.00
TAB35. EMU Airways , A Uncommon EMU Airways of Australia schedule dated March 1, 1977. TT measures 3 1/4" x 7 3/4" and two paged. They started ops. April/May 1970, used Schedule EX $10.00
TAB36. Capital Airlines , A Cool covered and 2nd to the Last Capital Airlines system schedule dated April 30, 1961. TT measures 4" x 9", four paneled with 17 pages. On July 28, 1960, a merger with Chicago-based rival United Airlines was announced and completed on June 1, 1961. The merger of the second and fifth-largest airlines in the U.S. was the largest airline merger in history at that time, used Route Map EX $15.00
TAB37. SAS , A SAS system schedule dated October 6, 1957. TT measures 4" x 8 3/8", four paneled and 47 pages with light/light+ wear. Operating a Variety of equipment, used Route Map , DC-8 Ad. , Far East via North Pole , California Via Polar Route , Symbols/Abbreviations VG $17.00
TAB38. FAR Airlines , A Scarce FAR Airline "Air-Freighter" daily schedule dated May 1, 1968. TT measures 4" x 9" with three panels. I could find NO operational information on them, used Schedule EX $12.00
TAB39. Wardair , A group of three Wardair of Canada system schedules dated April 1979, January 1. 1980 and June 15, 1981 and a Wardair Airline issued B-747 post card. TT's measure '79 issue 3 3/4" x 8 1/2" with 15 pages, '80 issue 4" x 9 3/8", four paneled with 16 pages, '81 issue 4 1/8" x 10", four paneled with 18 pages. All have Light wear. The post card is Continental size, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 EX $8.00
TAB40. LAMSA , A COOL, and Very Colorful DC-3 covered Lineas Aereas Mexicanas, S.A.(LAMSA) of Mexico system schedule dated July 1,1946, and a LAMSA label. TT measures 3 7/8" x 8 5/8" with four panels. The label measures 3 1/8" x 3 3/4" with Full Gum, No hinge marks,, used Information , Route Map EX $30.00
TAB41. Pennsylvania Airlines , A Very Cool B-247 covered Pennsylvania Airlines system schedule dated "Corrected to October 1, 1935. TT measures 4" x 9" having four panels. JUST A BRILLIANT SPECIMEN, used Very COOL , Schedule & TWA,AA,EAL Connecting Schedules EX $34.00
TAB42. Pennsylvania Commuter , A Pennsylvania Commuter Airline schedule c.1965. The original owner Frank L. lightly penciled the "1965" date in upper rt. corner. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 1/2", and two paged. Has a horizontal crease thru the Funny Plane image 1 1/4" from the bottom. Started as Harrisburg commuter, sold and registered as Pennsylvania Commuter on January 29, 1970, used Schedulke VG+ $9.00
TAB43. Northern Air Lines , A Scarce Northern Air Lines commuter schedule dated June 1, 1969. TT measures 4" x 8 1/2", and two paged. Started ops. July 1968, ceased ops.June 1970 flying Beech 18s and DHC-6 Twin Otters, used Schedule EX 10.00
TAB44. Yukon Southern , A Scarce Yukon Southern Air Transport, LTD. of Canada schedule dated May 15, 1940. TT measures 4" x 9", four paneled with a up. rt. cor. crease. Yukon Southern Air Transport seems to have owned a total of 15 aircraft, although there is some fragmentary and even contradictory information about this number. One of the aircraft were Lockheed Model 18 Lodestar. However, the aircraft shown in the "Immediate Inside" view, is in my opinion a Beechcraft Model 18, used Immediate Inside , Schedule , Information VG+ $40.00
TAB45. Air Lincoln , An INAUGURAL Air Lincoln commuter schedule dated April 26, 1982. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 1/2" with three panels. Started ops. April 26, 1982 and ceased operations October 18, 1982 flying Piper Navajo's. Judging by the back cover, Doubled as a Ticket holder, used Route Map EX $9.00
TAB46. Bowen Air Lines , A Early and Very Scarce Bowen Air Lines of Texas OAG proof schedule dated December 1931, with a accompanying Bowen autographed letter, which was folded for mailing, to the OAG(Official Airline Guide) offices in Chicago. The letter measures 8 1/2" x 11", where as the Proof schedule measures 7 3/7" x 10 3/4" and two sided. They started passenger services October 1, 1930, and ceased operations March 1936. I removed the Rusting paper clip, and thru it away. When scanning the back and removing it from my scanner, the right border got caught underneath(which I did not see) and tore the border little bit. So, I carefully used scotch tape to fix it and U can bearly notice it. But, as U can Plainly see, there were already some border isses which in my Opinion DOES NOT TAKE AWAY FROM THE RARIETY OF IT, used Up Close Bowen Schedule & Tape , Delta Air Lines & Wyoming Air Service, Inc. Schedules P/EX $20.00
TAB47. Sky Bus , A Very Scarce Sky Bus Airline schedule dated May 1, 1993. TT measures 4" x 9" with three panels. Now, there is a Sky Bus airlines that started in 2006 out of Columbus, Ohio. They ceased operations in October 2012. I HAVE NO OPERATIONAL INFORMATION ON THIS SKY BUS AIRLINE, used Schedule EX $7.00
TAB48. Sudan Airways , A Sudan Airways system schedule dated November 1, 1959. TT measures 4 1/4" x 9 1/2" 11 pages. Has a up. lft. cor. area crease on back cover. This Edition featuring the Sudan "BLUE NILE VISCOUNT" to London. Operating Dakota's(DC-3s), Dove's and Viscount's, used Schedule , Route Map EX $24.00
TAB49. Washington Airlines , A Washington Airlines commuter schedule c.1968/1969. TT is pocket sized, measuring 2 1/2" x 4" with three panels. Started ops. September 20, 1968, ceased ops. September 1969 flying STOL Dornier Skyservant's. Obviously the original owner had the End Date Wrong, used Schedule EX $9.00
TAB50. Alia , A Alia, Royal Jordanian Airline system schedule dated Nov. 1, 1967/March 31, 1968. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 3/4" with five panels. Operating a ALL Caravelle fleet. Even with the small cover GSN stamp, a Superb Specimen, used Schedule EX $23.00
TAB51. LANICA , A LANICA Airline schedule c.'60s. TT measures 4" x 9" and two paged. Has a light slanted crease running from left border by " Viscount " to below the " N " in Lanica. They operated the Viscount 742D variant, and could not find Start or End dates. I do believe this is there International schedule from/to Managua, Nicaragua, used Back Cover , Schedule VG $10.00
TAB52. Robertson Air Lines , An Robertson Air Lines schedule dated September 23, 1934. TT measures 3 3/4" x 9", a two sided light card board style. RATHER THAN WRITE A PARAGRAPH OR TWO, SEE VIEW 2 AND VIEW 3 IMAGES, used Back , View 2 , Focus on View 3 VG $37.00
TAB53. Sochi Airlines , A Uncommon Sochi Airline AviaPrima of Russia schedule dated August 1, 1996. TT measures 4" x 8 1/4", three paneled with some wear at the bottom. I have No operational information, but dates of operation 1993/2001, used Entire Schedule VG+ $7.00
TAB54. Northeast Airlines , One of the Scarcier of the Skylark Coach series and Cool covered Northeast Airlines system schedule dted April 28, 1957. TT measures 4" x 9", four paneled with six pages. Operating DC-3's, Convairliners, CW-20(Smith-Curtiss Commuter equip.), and DC-6B's(Whispering Giants) , used Cinderella Holiday , Info./Symbols EX $20.00
TAB55. Cubana , A grouping of Three Cubana De Aviacion, S.A. items. The schedules is dated May 1948, and measures 3 7/8" x 5 1/2" with three panels. Autographed letter is dated Feb. 1947, and measures 8 3/8" x 11". The TARIFAS brochure measures 4 1/8" x 8 1/8", three paneled with a vertical crease 7/8" from Left Border, used Schedule , Inside Tarifas EX $50.00
TAB56. Southeast Airlines , A Scarce and Cool F-27 covered Southeast Airlines "Commuter-Jet" of FLORIDA commuter schedule c.1965. TT is pocket size, measures 3 1/2" x 2", a two sided light card board stock style. Rather than list the information about them, SEE Last Image, used Schedule , Information EX $10.00
TAB57. LA Helicopter , A Very Scarce, and Early LA Helicopter, The Airline of Los Angeles helicopter commuter schedule dated November 1, 1986. TT measures 4" c 9 1/4", a two sided light card board style. Has light foxing on front as U see. Ops. 9/1986 to sometime 1989, used Schedule , LA Helicopter Ops. Info. VG+ $10.00
TAB58. G.P.A. , A Uncommon, and Cool covered Golden Pacific Airlines commuter schedule dated April 1, 1982. TT measures 4" x 9", and two paged. Started ops. December 1981, ceased ops. Early 1989 flying Cessna 402's, used Schedule EX $9.00
TAB59. A.O.A. , A A.O.A., American Overseas Airline "INAUGURAL" B-377 service system schedule dated August 1, 1949. TT measures 4" x 9", six paneled and A Brilliant Specimen. From Summer 1949 the Constellations were supplemented and then largely replaced by Boeing 377 Stratocruisers; with the first AOA service by B-377's being on August 19, 1949 New York to London Heathrow Airport, used B-377 Aug.19 to London , U.S. Route Map/Convair/Constellation/DC-4 , Schedule/European Route Maps EX $27.00
TAB60. Trans Central Airlines , A Cool Cessna 402 cover Trans Central Airline commuter schedule dated June 3, 1969. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 1/2" with three panels. Started ops. March 1966, ceased ops. some time in 1970 flying Cessna 402's, used Route Map EX $10.00
TAB61. Northeastern Int'l , A pair of Northeastern International airline schedules dated October 1, 1983 and July 1, 1984. '83 issue measures 3 7/8" x 8 5/8", with 6 panels. '84 issue measures 3 7/8" x 9' with nine pages. Northeastern International Airways commenced operations on February 11, 1982, On 8 January 1985, Northeastern International filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, and was then liquidated during 1986, used Route Map from '83 schedule EX $11.00
TAB62. Air India International , A Beautifully illustrated Air India International system schedule dated 4" x 8 1/4" with seven pages. Operating Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellations and L-749 Constellations as well. Also included here is a Air India International "CAIRO" label that measures 5 1/2" 'Round with Full Gum, NO hinge marks, used Schedule EX $38.00
TAB63. Golden West Airlines , A Golden West Airline Shorts 330 Introductory commuter schedule dated September 1, 1978. TT measures 3 7/8" x 9 1/4" with four panels. Ceased ops. April 1983, used Shorts 330 EX $6.00
TAB64. California Commuter , A Cool Piper Navajo covered California Commuter schedule dated July 1, 1977. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 7/8" with four panels. Started ops. October 1975, ceased ops. late 1977 flying Piper Navajo's, used Route Map & TWA , Schedule EX $8.00
TAB65. Skyway Airlines , A pair of Skyway Airline commuter schedules dated September 1, 1972 and April 29, 1973. TT's measure 4" x 9" with '72 issue having 3 panels and '73 issue 4 panels. Started ops. some time in 1978 operating a Variety of Aircraft, used Route Map EX $10.00
TAB66. Wright Air Lines , A Cool DH Heron covered Wright Air Line commuter schedule dated December 15, 1968. TT measures 4" x 9" with four panels. Started ops. June 1966, and operated a Variety of equipment including the DH Four Engined Heron's. JUST A BRILLIANT SPECIMEN, used Schedule EX+ $10.00
TAB67. Challenger Airlines Co. , A Very Scarce Challenger Airlines Company commuter system schedule dated July 10, 1947. TT measures 4" x 9" with three panels. Operated DC-3s, used Route Map , Schedule , Airline Information EX $42.00
TAB68. AVIACO , A Aviacion y Comerico, AVIACO of Spain system schedule dated June 1, 1952. TT measures 4" x 8 1/2" with three panels. Started operations February 1948 with six six Bristol 170s flying freight. Iberia had exploited the most profitable domestic and international routes since the early 1940s. Aviaco restricted its operations to secondary routes. Scheduled passenger services started between Bilbao and Barcelona and Madrid. The first international route was Algiers–Palma–Marseilles, while Canary Islands-based flights were launched shortly afterwards, used Route Map , Schedule EX $22.00
TAB69. B.O.A.C. , A BOAC system schedule dated July 1, 1971. TT measures 4" x 6 3/4" with 128 pages, used Route Map , Route Map , LHR to S. Africa , Part of Air Cargo Schedule , LHR to Australia EX $9.00
TAB70. Wings Airways , A Cool Britten-Norman Islander Wings Airways covered commuter schedule dated April 1983. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 1/2" with three panels. Started ops. February 1977 and ceased ops. early 1991. They focused primarily on shuttling passengers to nearby airports throughout the region. The primary route served by Wings Airways was the short hop between Wings Field (BBX) in Blue Bell and the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) which was a flight of less than 15 minutes, used Table of Contents EX $5.00
TAB71. FAS , A Uncommon and Early issued FAS, Flightways Aviation Systems commuter schedule dated October 21, 1974. TT measures 4" x 9", a two sided paper style. Has light wear at bottom. Started ops. some time 1974, ceased ops. some time 1975 flying DH 114 Heron's, used Schedule EX $9.00
TAB72. Air France , A INAUGURAL Super B-727-200 Air France system schedule with 'Round the World service and having connecting schedules dated April 1, 1968. The schedule is HEAVY & PERFECTLY FLAT AS IT HAS NOT BEEN FOLDED. TT measures 8" x 9" with 31 pages. It WILL BE MAILED FLAT. Written in French, German and English, used Symbols , Intro. Super B-727-200 , Part of Air Madgascar connecting Schedule , Air Vietnam, Royal Air Cambodge, Royal Air Lao EX $24.00
TAB73. Mackey , A Mackey International Air Commuter schedule dated April 7, 1970. TT measures 4"x 9" with four panels. Mackey International Air Commuter subsidiary operation was equipped with Beech 99 19-seat turboprop aircraft, used Route Map EX $10.00
TAB74. Valley Airlines , A Valley Airlines of California commuter schedule dated March 10, 1969. TT measures 3 1/2" x 8 1/2" and two paged. Started ops. October 1968, ceased ops. December 1, 1974 flying Beech 18s. Merged with Ram Airlines to form Pacific Northwest Airlines, used Schedule EX $10.00
TAB75. Central Airlines , A Very scarce Central Airlines, NO Not the Fort Worth, TX Central Airlines of the '50s, schedule and a Even more RARE Central Airlines autographed letter dated April 22, 1934. TT measures 3 1/8" x 6 1/4" and two paged. The letter measures 7 1/4" x 11" and signed W.F. Helt Jr. a Traffic Agent in Pittsburgh. Supposedly First Date of Service was May 31, 1934 and merged with Pennsylvania Airlines in November 1936. They operated Washington--Pittsburgh--Cleveland and Detroit. AS this schedule only Shows flights between Pittsburgh and Newark Airport, N.Y. which more than likely was 1934, I'm Guessing NEAR the Same Date of the Letter or shortly there after, used Schedule EX $50.00
TAB76. TWA , A SO COOL DC-3/Fair to Fair Covered TWA system schedule dated May 1, 1939. TT measures 4" x 9", four paneled with seven pages. Besides flying Fair(San Francisco) to Fair(N.Y. World's Fair"), this schedule shows TWA's BOULDER DAM(BOULDER CITY, NV.) SCHEDULE STOP. This scheduled Boulder Dam stop was Very short Lived service , used Immediate Inside , Schedule , Schedule , Schedule EX $28.00
TAB77. Nationair Canada , A Uncommon Nationair Canada schedule dated Jan/Dec. 1988. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8" and two paged. Started operations December 1984, and ceased operations April 1, 1993. They operated B-747-100s, B-747-200s, B-757-200s and DC-8-60 and 70 models, used Schedule EX $5.00
TAB78. Atlantic Express , A EARLY issued Atlantic Express commuter schedule dated February 15, 1983. TT measures 3 3/4" x 8 1/2", three paneled double sided paper style. Started operations January 13, 1983, ceased operations later in 1983, used More Schedule EX $7.00
TAB79. NEA , A Scarce Convair 880 Jets schedule from Northeast Airlines June 25, 1961. TT measures 4" x 9" and two paged. In 1960 Northeast leased six Convair 880s and flew them to Florida for several years, used Back Cover , 880 Schedule EX $15.00
TAB80. WCA , A Cool covered WCA, West Coast Airline system schedule dated January 3, 1961. TT measures 4" x 9" with six panels, used Route Map , Let's Ski EX $23.00

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MSC1. Aloha Airlnes , A Aloha Airlines DC-3 Route Map c.1958. Item measures 4" x 9" and 12" x 18" Fully opened. On the back cover, "New Aloha Airlines F-27s bring all the islands......Only Aloha Airlines has scheduled JETPROP flight for '59..." , used View 1 , Route Map EX $5.00
MSC2. Eastern Airlines , A Eastern Airlines B-757-200 safety brochure dated 9/90. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" and two paged. Eastern had 25 B-757s, with Service starting in 1983. Eastern as co-launch customer along with British Airways, used Inside EX $5.00
MSC3. Braniff Int'l , A pair of Braniff International B-727 & B-727-200 safety brochures dated 11/77 & 6/78. Items measure 4 1/4" x 10 3/8" , used Backs EX $5.00
MSC4. UAL DC-3 , A Very Cool United Air Lines "ESCAPE WINTER..ON MAINLINER SLEEPER PLANES" brochure c.1937/1938. Item measures 3 1/2" x 6" with three panels.T he first DC-3 built was the Douglas Sleeper Transport — also known as Skysleepers. American Air Lines was initial DC-3 Sleeper operator starting June 25, 1936, followed by United in November 1936, used Inside EX $9.00
MSC5. B.A.T. , A Very RARE, in this condition, and Cool Boeing Air Transports $1.5M Model United Airport layout photograph, c.1927/1930. Item measures 10" x 7 7/8 with an OFFICIAL DOCUMENTATION attached. United Aircraft and Transport Corporation (UA&T) was a holding company created in 1928 that included Boeing Aircraft and United Air Lines, itself a holding company for a collection of small airlines that continued to operate under their own names. One of these airlines was Pacific Air Transport (PAT), which Boeing had acquired because of PAT's west coast mail contract in January 1928.[8] UA&T sought a site for a new airport for PAT and found one in Burbank, B.A.T. System Stamp EX $20.00
MSC6. A Brand new, MINT in the Box JetStreams Inflight 200 IFjetusa001 Air California Black Masked B-737 model. Scale is 1/200; and a limited edition model. Postage will be $10.00, Which Includes a Sturdy Mailing box. Each Model Will be INSPECTED by Me Prior to Mailing, View 1 , View 2 MT $88.00
MSC7. Pan American , A Scarce Pan American Inflight folder for 1957. Folder measures 4 3/4" x 9 3/4" with three panels. Has light/light+ wear along rt. border. The 1957 schedule measures 4" x 9", four paneled with 47 pages. The "Over the Pole..." brochure is 4" x 9", four paneled with 8 panels; it opens to show a PAA Route Map(48" x 18"); "Spain & Portugal" brochure is 4" x 9" with 9 pages. The "For Your Information" item is 4" x 9" and is two sided. The "What should I know...." item is 4" x 7 3/4"34 pages. The Brussels World's Fair postcard is continental size, whereas the other two postcards are standard size. The two oval labels measure 5 1/2" x 3 3/4" with Full gum, NO hinge marks. The PAA Time Selector measures 3 5/8" x 4 3/4", and the Currency Coverter is 4 3/4" x 2 7/8" with ten panels, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 , Route Map EX $38.00
MSC8. B.O.A.C. , A Scarce B.O.A.C. VC-10 brochure c.'60s. Item measures 3 3/4" x 8 3/4" AND 15" x 17 1/2", used View 1 , View 2 EX $14.00
MSC9. Airline Cargo Labels , A Group of FOUR Airline Cargo labels, 1940s to 1960s. The TACA label measures 6" x 4", TWA 4 7/8" x 4", Braniff 4 1/2" x 3 1/4" and Panair 3 1/2" x 4 1/2"; All have Full Gum, NO hinge marks, used EX $10.00
MSC10. BOAC , A Uncommon BOAC Comet 4 Jetliner blotter c.1960. Item measures 8 1/2" x 3 1/2". Has light wear on all four borders, and a up. lft.cor. & lwr. lft. & rt. cor. tip creases/wear, unused Back VG $7.00
MSC11. SAS & Swissair , A RARE All Color SAS & Swissair Convair 990 CORONADO JET brochure, c.'60s. Item measures 11" x 8", three paneled with light over all wear. It has a Fold-Down lip inside which makes 33" x 10 1/2" showing A CUT-A-WAY CV-990. Only 35 CV-990s were built, mostly for American Airlines, Swissair, and Varig. When the first 990's were completed in 1961, the results were disappointing. The aircraft didn't have the expected performance. The airlines were annoyed with that and SAS cancelled the order; SAS was to lease two and order two aircraft. However, deliveries were delayed and SAS cancelled its orders. So, the company did many modifications to the aircraft and informed the companies that in 1962 the aircraft would have the suitable performance. American Airlines operated 20 aircrafts, instead of the 25 ordered, Swissair used 8 and Varig 3, used view 1 , View 2 , Inside , iNSIDE Close Up CUT-A-WAY VG $77.00
MSC12. Pan American Airways , A RARE, in this condition, Pan American Airways employee/public publication dated February/March 1938, with accompanying B-314 insert. The main publication measures 10" x 12 1/4" with 16 pages. The Insert measures 10" x 12 1/4" and two paged. The main publication has All Sorts of PAA news and covers all there Divisions: EASTERN, CUBANA, WESTERN, PAN-GRACE, ATLANTIC AND THE PACIFIC, used View 1 EX $100.00
MSC13. Reno Air , A Reno Air safety brochure for the MD-82/83/88 c.1989/1993. Item measures 5 1/2/ x 9 1/2" with three panels. The Reno Air fleet consisted of McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series (MD-81, MD-82, MD-83 and MD-87 models) and McDonnell Douglas MD-90 aircraft. To help date this item I found the following, " MD-88 deliveries began in December 1987, and it entered service with Delta in January 1988. The MD-83: Entry into service: February, 1985 with Alaska Airlines, AND the MD-82: Entry into service: August, 1981 with Republic Airlines " , used Inside EX $5.00
MSC14. KLM DC-9 , A Uncommon KLM DC-9 Introductory brochure c.1966. Item measures 4" x 8 1/4" with 12 All Color pages. In 1966, KLM introduced the Douglas DC-9 on European and Middle East routes, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 , View 4 , View 5 , View 6 EX $7.00
MSC15. Pan American, A Scarce Pan American Emergency safety announcements dated 1958. Announcements(32 pages) were are obviously met for a Pilot/Stewardess binders and measure 8 1/2" x 11". The first Scan shows ALL THE AIRCRAFT SUPPOSEDLY LISTED, BUT IS MISSING MATERIAL FOR THE DC-7B, although I would think the 7B is probably the same as the 7C shown, used B-377 , B-377 , B-377 , DC-7C , DC-7C , DC-6B , Evacuation Slide EX $14.00
MSC16. Pan American , A group of Six Pan American "CLIPPER CARGO" labels, c.'60s. Labels measure 3 1/4" x 4" with Full gum, No hinge marks. Labels are from Central/S.America and Caribbean,, unused EX $12.00
MSC17. Continental A.R. , A Cool Embossed DC-3 covered Continentnal Air Lines annual report for 1945. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" with 12 pages, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 EX $20.00
MSC18. Northeast A.R., A Scarce Northeast Airlines annual report for 1958. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" with 16 pages, used View 1 , View 2 EX $17.00
MSC19. Continental Airlines , A pair of MINT Inflight Continental Airline after-dinner drink glasses, c.1959/1965. Items measure 2 3/8" high, used EX $20.00
MSC20. Delta S.B. , A Delta Airlines DC-8-61 safety brochure dated 6/'79. Item measures 4" x 8 12" with four panels, used Inside EX $6.00
MSC21. Stream-Lining , A SO Cool United Air Lines P.R. photograph c.1934. Item measures 10" x 8" with Official UAL stamp. ITEM IS SELF EXPLANATORY,, used UAL Stamp EX $17.00
MSC22. N.E.A. , A Cool, and Scarce Northeast Airlines "A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF NORTHEAST AIRLINES 1933--1972" publication dated July 31, 1972. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" with 62 pages of FANTASTIC PHOTOGRAPHS/INFORMATION, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 , View 4 , View 5 , Yellowbirds/Vietnam , Future/Merger EX $25.00
MSC23. PAA , A VERY RARE IN THIS CONDITION, as I've NEVER Seen one to these, Pan American World Airways "CLIPPER FLIGHT LOG" 1947 route map. Item measures 9" x 11 7/8", a single side item. Has very light rt. & lft. bottom cor. wear, and a up. lft. cor. crease in Pink area. HAVE U EVER SEEN THIS TYPE OF PAA ROUTE MAP??, used EX $35.00
MSC24. Braniff Airways , A Cool and Scarce Braniff Airways Passenger Flight Kit from 1940. Kit with contents measures 4 1/4" x 9 1/2"; kit in Poor condition. The Kit is made of Plastic and torn all the way down the Left side. But, remember it Exists and it's 80 years old. It's easy to remove items, But Graphics Show Nicely in Initial image. The System schedule and "Three Famous Flights" schedule w/three panels measure 4"x 9", the small "Braniff News" schedule measures 3 3/8" x 6" with four panels. The "Service Beyond the Tariff" brochure measures 3 1/2" x 7" with three panels whereas the Real inflight menu "Food for Hight, Right as Rector" measures 3 3/8" x 5 3/4" and two paged. The postcards are standard size and Airline issued. The labels measure 2 3/4" 'round. The "NO SHOW" brochure measures 6" x 3 1/4" and two paged, used All Contents , Speciality Schedules , Inside Speciality Schedules , Inflight Service , Inside Service Brochures P/EX $33.00
MSC25. N.A.T. , A Very Scarce "N.A.T. Flying Service", a subsidiary of National Air Transport "BULLETIN" board pubilcation dated March 1, 1928. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" with four total pages. In the Initial image, there is a Flight Schedule of Trips. N.A.T. is the Forerunner of United Air Lines, used Inside EX $37.00
MSC26. PSA-WOW , A Cool Stewardess coverd PSA Inflight magazine dated July 1981. Item measures 8" x 11" with 128 pages. It even has the Advistising insert intact, used SUPER 80s , Shooting the Stars/George Hamilton as Zorro , Jake & Elwood/Richard Pryor/Woody Nelson , White Water EX $10.00
MSC27. UAL Sky-Diner , A Early United Air Lines Inflight "SKY-DINER" Oakland, Ca. menu, c.1938/1940. Item measures 3 1/4" x 4 1/2" and two paged, used Menu EX $9.00
MSC28. NAL A.R. , A National Airlines 1977 Annual report. Item measures 8 5/8" x 11" with 24 pages. Has light wear along left border, and a lwr. rt. cor. tip crease, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 EX $7.00
MSC29. B.O.A.C., A Scarce BOAC "JET YOUR WAY TO DELHI" BY BOAC" Via Jets(Comet 4) c.1958/1961. Poster measures 20" x 30". Has a slight wear right at bottom that will be Non issue in my opinion Once Matted and or Framed. In May 1952 BOAC was the first airline to introduce a passenger jet into airline service. All Comet 1 aircraft were grounded in April 1954 after four Comets crashed. In October 1958 BOAC operated the first transatlantic jet service with the larger and longer-range Comet 4, used Slight Wear EX $100.00
MSC30. PANAGRA , A Very Scarce Panagra DC-7B Inflight kit from June 1955. The Kit measures 4 3/4" x 10 1/4" with three panels, TT measures 4" x 9" with Six panels, Mexico measures brochure 4 1/2" x 9 1/2", postcard is Standard size, "At Your Service" measures 4" x 9" and two paged, the "El Inter-Americano Two-Sided flyer measures 3 3/4" x 8 7/8", the "El Americano Sky Bar drink brochure measures 3 3/4" x 5 3/4" and two paged, THE label measures 4 1/2" x 2 1/2", w/Full Gum, the Cool DC-7B "...tell us about your "Panagra Flight" brochure measures 3 1/2" x 6 7/8" and opens to 7" x 12", and Finally the Air Mail booklet 3 1/4" x 2 3/8" with Multiple pages of labels that R identical to the Cover, used Outside of Kit w/Items , Inside View of Kit , Mexico & At your Service Brochures , Inside Mexico & Service Brochures , DC-7B w/Radar , Back Cover of TT w/Route Map EX $39.00
MSC31. Pan American Group , A Scarce Pan American "NEW CLIPPER AMERICA DEVELOPED FROM THE B-29" grouping which consists of, News Release(2 paged), Stratocruiser--Basic Data(2 paged), Boeing Stratocruiser Over the San Francisco Bay photograph(10" x 8"), Six various B-377 schmatic Cut-A-Ways(binder holes professionally done). The News Release, Basic Data and Six schematic pages measure 8 1/2" x 11". The photo is in Fair condition. The "Clipper America" was the First Stratocruiser in service for Pan American World Airways, used 2nd Page of News Release , Basic Data & Photo , 2nd Page of Basic Data , 6 Schematic Cut-A-Ways F to EX $27.00
MSC32. The Airliners Encyclopedia 1909-2000 , A Cool Covered and Complete set of "The Airline Encyclopedia" reference Volumes 1, 2 and 3. They measure 9" x 11 1/4" x 2 1/4" thick. Volume 1 has 1,046 pages, Volume 2 has 2,185 pages and Vol.3 has 3,300 pages. This is a Spare Set I happened to Inherit, as It took me Seven years to find my copy. You SIMPLY CANNOT FIND THIS SET ANYWHERE--Book Stores, Internet, airline/paper shows, ETC, , used EX+ $500.00
MSC33. Pan American "CLIPPER" , A Scarce, and Cool covered Pan American "OVERSEAS DIVISION--CLIPPER" employee publication dated April 1964. Item measures 11" x 16" with 20 pages of Pan American NEWS/INFORMATION, used Super Sonic , Admit One N.Y. World's Fair EX $10.00
MSC34. A-300 , A Eastern Airlines A300 Whisperliner safety brochure dated 1/'85. Item measures 5" x 8 1/4" and two paged. Eastern operated the A300B4 starting in 1977, and I cannot find a End date. Now, Y this S.B. says JUST A300, I do not know, used Inside EX $5.00
MSC35. Pan Am S.B. , A Pan Am A-300 safety brochure dated 1984. Item measures 8 1/4" x 11", with 2 1/4 panels, used Inside EX $5.00
MSC36. Southern Airways , A Southern Airways annual report for 1973. Item measuers 8 1/2" x 10 7/8" with 32 pages, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 EX $7.00
MSC37. Imperial Airways , A Imperial Airways "GAZETTE" inflight or employee publication dated July 1939, and a Imperial Airways "WEEKLY AIR NEW BULLETIN" dated April 19, 1939. The Gazette measures 8" x 10 1/4" with six pages. Has a very light vertical crease. The Weekly News Bulletin measures 8" x 10", and has five pages. All sorts of Imperial system News, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 , View 4 , View 5 VG & EX $27.00
MSC38. Concorde , A Scarce "Olympus 593 Powerplant in Concorde" brochure written by Dr. P.H. Calder, Programme Dir. & Chief Engineer Olympus Rolls-Royce 1971; published by Society of Automotive Engineers. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" with 16 pages. IF U want to Know about the Olympus 593 Powerplant, this is for U, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 , View 4 , View 5 , View 6 EX $12.00
MSC39. Qantas Labels , A complete Set of Qantas destination labels c.'50s. Sheet measures 7 3/4" x 7 1/4" with two minor creases in the up. left label=FIJI, but Must Tilt to See them, used Back EX $9.00
MSC40. PAA , A Pan American Airways system "The AIR TRAVELER in Port" Central American brochure dated 1939. Item measures 4" x 9" with three pages, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 , View 4 , View 5 , View 6 EX $15.00
MSC41. B-747P , A BOEING B-747P 1966 SCHEMATIC(79"X36") + 2 B-747 PHOTOS(1 CUT-A-WAY). Both photographs have a Boeing ID number and measure 10" x 8". The 747P schematic has some holes at some fold points which I will show. Even those defects, I rate this Group as Excellent, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 , View 4 , Fold tears , Fold Tears EX $50.00
MSC42. Eastern Airlines , A Scarce Eastern Airlines serving tray c.'50s. Item measures 11" x 8 1/2" x 1/4". Also included is a Inflight Eastern Airlines "SILVER FALCON" drinking glass. The glass measures 4 5/8" high. The EAL MARTIN 404 aircraft is the "Silver Falcon", used Close up of LOGO , Compliments of Eddie Rickenbacker EX $25.00
MSC43. Pickwick Airways , A SUPER RARE Pickwick Airways luggage label c. 1929. Label measures 3 1/2" round, With Full Gum, No hinge marks. Pickwick started ops. March 29, 1929, ceased ops. May 1930. Initially they flew Bach Trimotors from/to Los Angeles--San Diego; later San Francisco. In September Pickwick was flying to Mexico City. A BRILLIANT Specimen, used Back EX+ $99.00
MSC44. RAA , A Cool B-727-100 Reeve Aleutian Airways, Inc. safety brochure dated 1988. Item measures 4 1/4" x 9 1/4" with three panels. Reeve Aleutian ceased operations on December 5, 2000, used Inside EX $6.00
MSC45. United B-247/Stewardess/Roscoe Turner , A Very RARE Public Relation photograph of UAL's McPhearson Race B-247D, and featuring UAL Stewardess Miss Clare Johnson. Photo measures 10" x 8" with a UNITED AIR LINES STAMP, and an OFFICIAL DOCUMENTATION ATTACHMENT. The MacRobertson Trophy Air Race (also known as the London to Melbourne Air Race) took place in October 1934 as part of the Melbourne Centenary celebrations. Significantly, both Second and Third places were taken by Airliners, the KLM Douglas DC-2 PH-AJU Uiver ("Stork") and Roscoe Turner's Boeing 247-D. The Boeing 247D, flown by Roscoe Turner, Clyde Pangborn, and Reeder Nichols, NR257Y, named WarnerBrothersComet, and leased from United Airlines. HERE IT IS RETURNING TO SERVICE WITH UAL, used UAL Stamp , Documentation EX $20.00
MSC46. PANAGRA , A Scarce and Cool Logo'd Pan American-Grace Airways, Inc. autographed letter dated April 2, 1949. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" and signed a Public Relations agent/manager. The is a Sample of the Air Mail labels that the letter makes reference to. The measure 3" x 2 1/4" with multiple pages, used EX $10.00
MSC47. Imperial Airways Ltd. , A Cool Imperial Airways Ltd. "PARIS" Handley Page W.8b aircraft model label c.1924/1928. Item measures 5" x 3 1/2" with FULL GUM, NO HINGE MARKS. A Brilliant Specimen, used EX+ $20.00
MSC48. Pan American , A Pan American "FAR EAST JET AGE Clipper Route map, c.'60s. Item measures 4" x 9" and 24" x 18" Fully opened,, used View 1 , View 2 EX $5.00
MSC49. Pan American , A SO COOL, and Very Scarce Pan American Airways system Promotional B-314 Flying Boat c.1939/1941. Item measures 'round 6 1/2" made of light card board. If U notice " EUROPE " is not listed along the border with the other Countries; which probably means World War 2 has started(Sept.1,1939) already. A BRILLIANT SPECIMEN, used Back EX $45.00
MSC50. L.A.P.E. , A Very RARE, and COOL Logo'd L.A.P.E., Lineas Aereas Postales Espanolas airline of Spain autographed letter dated December 13. 1935. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" and was obviously folded for mailing. It's signed by L.A.P.E.'s Director Manager. L.A.P.E. REPLACED CLASSA (Compañía de Líneas Aéreas Subvencionadas), the company that had been he Spanish national airline during the dictatorship of Miguel Primo de Rivera. L.A.P.E. became established in April 1932, CLASSA flying under the Spanish Republican Flag for one year, and The Republican government of Spain compensated CLASSA's shareholders and established postal contracts in order to make L.A.P.E. viable. The first Douglas DC-2, part of the modernization of the fleet inherited from CLASSA, arrived in Madrid-Barajas in March 1935. In 1932 and 1933 LAPE's air service was restricted to the Madrid-Sevilla and Madrid-Barcelona lines. More expansion followed; and L.A.P.E. ceased flight operations in April 1939, after the defeat of the Spanish Republican Armed Forces that marked the end of the Civil War, used VG $12.00
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