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Braniff Airways

Author: Richard Benjamin Cass
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439654239
Size: 42.75 MB
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Braniff Airways: Flying Colors takes readers on a magical flight through the history of Braniff International Airways, beginning with its small-town Oklahoma roots to its high-flying and stylish span of the globe. Braniff brought together the mystery of aviation with the glamorous fields of fashion, art, and design, and taught the flying world how to fly with style and beauty. It is this remarkable joining of forces that has made Braniff as popular today as it was when flying in style across the Atlantic and Pacific.

Splash Of Colors

Author: John J. Nance
Publisher: William Morrow
ISBN:
Size: 50.70 MB
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Traces the history of the Braniff airline and discusses how the mismanagement of the company resulted in its bankruptcy

Dallas Aviation

Author: Bruce A. Bleakley
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439624887
Size: 41.31 MB
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Since Otto Brodie’s airplane flight at Fair Park in 1910, the city of Dallas has seen over 100 years of rich and diverse aviation activity. Many of those years were spent on a long and complex road to a consolidated airport for the Dallas–Fort Worth area, an impasse finally resolved with the dedication of Dallas–Fort Worth Regional Airport in 1974. Central to Dallas aviation history is Love Field, established as a military base in 1917. A waypoint for famous flights such as the first round-the-world flight in 1924, a venue for colorful characters like barnstormer and bootlegger “Slats” Rodgers, and the site of World War II’s largest Air Transport Command base—Love Field was all this and more. Although no longer the region’s primary commercial airfield, Love Field remains a major aviation facility as the home of Southwest Airlines and several internationally recognized business aircraft operations.

Pacific Southwest Airlines

Author: Alan Renga
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439640343
Size: 30.68 MB
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With its low fares and friendly service, Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA) was one of the most successful regional airlines in American history. Its distinctive orange, red, and white planes, complete with a beaming smile were immediately recognizable to those living on the West Coast. The airline was also known for employing beautiful and sociable flight attendants. Kenny Friedkin, the founder of PSA, started in 1949 with one leased DC-3 and expanded his fleet to serve millions of passengers each year. Although PSA is no longer in operation, its successful business model of low-priced, efficient service was copied by other airlines and today is considered the norm. In addition, former PSA employees still gather annually to relive the camaraderie they experienced as being a part of one of the most unique airlines of all time.

Airliners At Lax

Author: Robert D. Archer
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 9780962673061
Size: 51.50 MB
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Subtitled: Los Angeles International Airport 1956-1976. Enjoy a pictorial essay through time as photographer and historian Bob Archer hosts this nostalgic visit to LAX for a sampling of the great props, turbo-props, and early jets which used LAX during the most profound transition period in civil aviation history. Hdbd., 10 3/4x 9, 120 pgs., 114 color ill.

Boeing 737 300 To 800

Author: Robbie Shaw
Publisher: Zenith Press
ISBN: 9780760306994
Size: 25.84 MB
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Backstage at Boeing facilities, readers are treated to an inside look at the changes made to each variant and their technical specs. Color photos of aircraft on runways and in flight.

Pan American World Airways Aviation History Through The Words Of Its People

Author: James Patrick Baldwin
Publisher: Bluewaterpress LLC
ISBN: 9781604520729
Size: 60.11 MB
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OA tribute to the legacy of one of the world's great airlines and the men and women who for six decades were the soul of the company. Baldwin and Kriendler have created a compelling book which captures much of the joy, adventure and spirit which was Pan Am.ONEdward S. Trippe, Chairman, Pan Am Historical Foundation.

America S Local Service Airlines

Author: David H. Stringer
Publisher: Apt Collectibles
ISBN: 9780980109214
Size: 34.27 MB
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After WWII, the U.S. government licensed 13 local service airlines in order to expand air service to less populous locations. This book covers the histories of these local airlines.

Northwest Orient

Author: Bill Yenne
Publisher: Gallery Books
ISBN: 9780831764463
Size: 32.45 MB
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Describes how a fledgling air mail carrier grew into a profitable international airline, chronicling the development of the company from the early days of open-cockpit flying to the computerized jet age