Old magazine ad for Boeing. Circa 1966.
Look up to the airlines whose pilots wear these emblems.
They’re the 55 airlines that fly Boeing jets.
They’ve already flown 132 million passengers in wonderfully comfortable Boeing 707s, 720s and 727s.
And they’ve made the world smaller by bringing Boeing jet travel to 301 cities in 121 countries.
Next time you travel, go right to the top. Fly with one of these 55 leading airlines.
1916—50th Anniversary Year— 1966
(Airline emblems) – Aerolineas Argentinas, Air Congo, Air France, Air-India, Air Madagascar, Alaska Airlines, All Nippon Airways, American Airlines, America Flyers Airline, Ansett-ANA, Avianca Colombian National Airways, Brathens (Norway), Braniff International Airways, British Overseas Airways Corp, British West Indian Airways, Caledonian Airways, Continental Air Lines, Eastern Air Lines, Ethiopian Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Indian Airlines, Iran National Airlines, Irish International Airlines, Japan Air Lines, Japan Domestic Airlines, Lufthansa German Airlines, Mexicana Airlines, Flying Tiger Line, Northeast Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Olympic Airways, Pacific Airlines, National Airlines, New York Airways, Northern Consolidated, Olympic Airways, Pacific Northern Airways, Pacific Southwest Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines, Pan American Airways, Piedmont Airlines, Qantas Empire Airways, Sabena Word Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airways, South African Airways, Southern Air Transport, Trans-Australia Airlines, Transportes Aereos Portugueses, Trans World Airlines, United Air Lines, Varig Airlines, Wardair Canada, Western Air Lines, World Airways, Wien Air Alaska