Air Traveling Didn’t Always Look The Way We Know It Nowadays (23 pics)

Posted in   28 Jan 2017   / 5089 views  

A United Airlines flight attendant talks with a passenger aboard a Douglas DC-10, 1968.

The Supremes, including Diana Ross, pose at an undisclosed airport in 1965.

The world’s largest jetliner, the Boeing 747, is rolled out for public view at the company’s hangar in Everett, Washington, 1968.

Pacific Southwest Airlines flight attendants model their latest uniforms in the late 1960s.

The Jimi Hendrix Experience poses for a quick pictures on the tarmac of the London Airport in 1967.

The interior of an Alaska Airlines Convair 880 M-6 during the 1960s.

The interior decorations of a PSA airliner in the late 1960s.

A flight attendant makes a bed aboard a German airliner in 1955.

Jacqueline Dubut, the first female airline pilot for the French domestic airline Air Inter, sits in the cockpit of her plane in 1967.

Three Pan Am pilots check out the scenery while flying over Paris in 1956.

Three flight attendants who served first lady Jacqueline Kennedy during her flight from Italy to India and Pakistan pose for a photo in Rome’s airport.

Air Canada, in its efforts to attract more passengers, installed a dance floor and music for passengers who wanted to dance at 30,000 feet on their way across the Atlantic in 1972.

Left: A pair of flight attendants from Russia’s Aeroflot airline pose for a photo, 1966. Right: Staff prepare meals in the kitchen aboard an Tu-114 airliner (at the time, the world’s largest), 1959.

United Airlines flight attendants participate in an evacuation drill as part of their airline safety training in 1966.

Elizabeth Taylor boards a plane at an undisclosed airport for Hollywood in1958.

French singer Sacha Distel performs with his band mid-flight, 1959.

Passengers enjoy a smoke on a Transocean Air Lines Boeing 377 Stratocruiser in 1955.

A group of women step off an airplane and onto the tarmac at an undisclosed airport in 1958.

An exterior night view of the Pan Am Terminal at Idlewild Airport, later renamed John F. Kennedy Airport, in New York City in 1961 features a series of figures mounted on a glass wall (seen at right), collectively called Zodiac Screen and sculpted by Milton Hebald. Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton designed the terminal in 1957.

People gather inside the TWA Terminal at John F. Kennedy Airport in 1966.

A pair of PSA pilots make their way to their cockpit in the late 1960s.

Flight attendants work on Southwest Airlines in the early 1970s.

A commercial airliner departs from National Airport in Washington, DC, in 1973.


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