Vintage School Poster United Airlines Airplane Boeing 727 | Etsy
I scored a great lot of vintage SVE (Society For Visual Education) school posters from 1966! They measure approx. 13"x18" and have an image on the front and text on the back. This listing is for the Jet Airliner poster from the How People Travel In The City - Picture-Story Study Print Set. I believe the image is of a Boeing 727. Condition - Some edge and corner wear, a few spots here and there. If you are interested in unique ways to display vintage posters and prints, I have a board on…
N7217U | Boeing 720-022 | United Airlines | Polaneczky Bob | JetPhotos
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Aviation Photo #0125030: Boeing 720-047B - Western Airlines
Del 07/62. Leaving Sky Harbor Terminal Two. - Photo taken at Phoenix - Sky Harbor International (Municipal) (PHX / KPHX) in Arizona, USA on July 2, 1976.
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ANNOUNCING THE END OF THE PLAIN PLANE - Braniff International Boeing 720-027 in Blue (N7078) at the airline's main hub, Dallas-Love Field in 1966. Other Braniff aircraft in the picture are; a Boeing 720-027 in Ochre (N7077), a Boeing 707-227 in Turquoise (N7074) and 2 BAC 111-203AE aircraft in Yellow (N1548) and Sky Blue (N1545). Compared to the previously dull "El Dorado" livery, the "Flying Colors" scheme was a stroke of marketing genius, as seen in this pamphlet image.
Continental Airlines 720-024B N17207 Los Angeles July 22 1972 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Brian Lockett
Continental Airlines 720-024B N17207 Los Angeles July 22 1972 canvas print by Brian Lockett. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and depth of a stretched canvas print. Your image gets printed onto one of our premium canvases and then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5" x 1.5" stretcher bars (gallery wrap) or 5/8" x 5/8" stretcher bars (museum wrap). Your canvas print will be delivered to you "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.
postcard - Tulsa International Airport
Tulsa Airport was completed in 1961. American Airlines aircraft, including an AA Boeing 707 Astrojet, sit on the tarmac. Circa early 1960s.
N733US Boeing 720-051B Northwest Orient Airlines JFK 09JUL70
Replacing an earlier scanned slide with a better version 06-Sep-15. Although the airline was called Northwest Orient at this time, the word 'Orient' didn't appear on aircraft which operated only on services within North America. Ordered by Northwest Orient Airlines, N733US was initally leased by Boeing to TWA Trans-World Airlines in Sep-61 (with Northwest's agreement) as N795TW. Returned to Boeing in Oct-62, it was leased to Northwest Orient as N733US. Northwest Orient bought it in Jul-68…
Continental Airlines, Boeing 720-024B, N17207 (c/n 19002), landing, MIA, Feb '74 (Bob Garrard photo)
When the slightly smaller Boeing 720 came out in 1962, Continental ordered 4 of them, doubling the order eventually. N17207 was one of the last of this type to be delivered and is seen above touching down at Miami International Airport . . . By this time, the network had grown to link Denver with Florida.--Ed Coates