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Braniff Inc 727-291 with 727-200 Old and New

This is a photo taken in the Fall 1983 of former Braniff Airways, Inc. (dba Braniff International) Boeing 727-291 (two-tone red aztech gold) with Boeing 727-200.  The photo was taken prior to start up of new Braniff at Dallas Love Field base.


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Braniff International Airways Convair 340

The Convair 340 served the Texas based carrier from 1952-1967.  Braniff was the first domestic carrier to use this airplane; it replaced the Douglas DC-3.  The 340 was used for short to medium hauls.  The 44 passenger twin engine prop airplane is shown with the 1957 color scheme.


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Braniff International Concorde (SST)

Braniff was the only U.S. airline to fly the Concorde, the Lamborgini of aircraft.  Pilots and crews flew the 100-passenger plane through a code-share agreement with British Airways and Air France, subsonic on a Washington D.C.-Dallas route from January 12, 1979, until June 1, 1980.  From Washington to Europe, the flight was manned by a British or French crew.  The arrangement marked the first of its kind for a U.S. carrier and foreign airline companies.  With engines made by Rolls Royce, the Concorde had a wingspan of 83 ft 10 in., a range of 3,780 miles, and a cruising altitude of 60,000 ft.


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Braniff International Convair 440

The Convair 440 decked out in 1950's color scheme.  This is a reprint of the old Braniff publicity shot taken while flying over Los Angeles.  The 440 was a post-World War II innovation for short-haul traffic.  For its time, it was economical, comfortable and fast.  It held forty-four seats and cruised at 284 miles per hour.


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Braniff International Halston Uniforms

The Braniff flight attendants, both male and females, showing off the new Halston uniforms in 1977.  Sure do not see snazy attendants like these anymore,


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Braniff Last 340 with First DC-8

The last Convair 340 piston-engine aircraft retired from service September 1967 with the first long range Douglas DC-8-62 delivered to Braniff Airways at Dallas Love Field base.


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Braniff Place B-747

Braniff's most popular aircraft, the Boeing Jetliner served the Texas based carrier from 1971-1982, the year the airline filed for bankruptcy.  This airplane inaugurated Braniff's service to Hawaii.  The 360 passenger aircraft was nicknamed "Fat Albert" with it's orange color scheme.  This was the 100th 747 produced by Boeing and logged more hours than any other plane in its class until its retirement.


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Braniff Pucci Girls with Prince Phillip On Concorde
Hostesses on the Braniff Concorde flight present Pince Phiillip with a Braniff Model Airplane after he completed his first flight on a British Airways/ Braniff Concorde flight in January of 1972. British Airways and Braniff combined flew flights from Dallas To London with a stopover in Washington D.C.

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Braniff Stewardesses in Last Pucci Uniforms

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Braniff Super Connie

Artist concept of the Super Constellation. Braniff operated two Lockheed 049 Constellations between 1955 - 1959 but never any Super Connies.


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Braniff's Early Plane--the Lockheed Vega DL1-Crashed

The Braniff Airways early aircraft Lockheed Vega DL1-1B was leased from Detroit Aircraft during the summer of 1931.  The plane had a short tenure with Braniff Airways as it crashed in Chicago on July 12, 1931.  Photo printed from original Braniff negative.


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Charles Lindbergh & Spirit of St. Louis 1927

An uncommon black & white photograph of flier Charles A. Lindbergh in his flying suit in front of the Ryan Monoplane, Spirit of St. Louis.  This image was captured on his U.S. tour which he made during the summer of 1927 after his famous non-stop flight across the Atlantic in May, 1927. 


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Chevrolet Deluxe 1949 with NWA Martin 202

Fabulous promotional protograph of the Chevrolet four-door Deluxe model with Northwest Airlines newest passenger airplane, the Martin 202, used as a backdrop.  Chevrolet staged this photograph at the Detroit Airport on a rainy fall morning in 1949.  The airplane was used to emphasize the streamlined design of the latest model Chevrolet.  Printed from negative.


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Continental Airlines 747 in Clouds

Publicity photo of Continental Airlines Boeing 747 in clouds.


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Continental Air Express Vega 1928

This is the image of the Continental Air Express Vega I aircraft shown at the Los Angeles Terminal.  This California based airline flew shuttles between Los Angeles and San Francisco from 1928-1930.  This was the only aircraft which Continental flew, which was sadly repossessed by Pacific Finance in 1930. Only the name was in common connection with the current Continental Airlines.


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Continental Airlines Stewardess 1950's

Wonderful publicity photograph of Continental Airlines stewardesses at the main hatch of the plane.  Great view of old eagle logo and hostess uniform.  This photograph was taken in the 1950's.


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Dallas Love Field WWII
Entrance gate to the Military Air Facility at Dallas Love Field taken in 1942. Love Field serves today as the home and headquarters for Southwest Airlines.

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Delta 747 "Georgia Belle" Dramatic Night Photo
Delta Airlnes B-747-132 "Georgia Belle" night photo at the Atlanta Main Base. This is one of five B-747's operated by Delta between 1970-1977

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Delta DC-8 on Takeoff

Delta first introduced the Douglas DC-8 to its fleet in September 1959. A  DC-8 shown in this photograph makes a smooth takeoff from the Atlanta Airport. In 1962 a DC-8 was the first commercial plane to fly from Los Angeles to Atlanta in less than 3 hours, a record that still stands.


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Delta Pilot and Miss Miami

Miss Miami helping out the Captain of a Delta C&S DC-6.  This publicity shot was used in the Miami newspaper to promote a new expanded schedule for the airline. The name was a result of a merger of Chicago & Southern and Delta Airlines.


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Eastern Airlines Lockheed Constellation 1953
The Lockheed Constellation was the favorite aircraft for passengers in the 1950's. The odd-looking but sleek aircraft is shown here with the markings of Eastern Airlines in 1953. 
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Fairchild Aircraft Experimental X-02 Army Transport Plane
Artist rendering of a Fairchild Aircraft Company experimental  Army cargo plane. The Hagerstown, Maryland defense contractor labeled this aircraft the X-02 Transport.

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Fess Parker and Braniff

Publicity photo of Fess Parker (born Fess Elisha Parker Jr. in 1924) at Braniff Airways along with students from the David Crockett School in East Dallas, Texas.  An American film and television actor best known for his 1950's portrayals of Davy Crockett for Walt Disney and of Daniel Boone in the late 1960's, he began his show business career in the play Mister Roberts in 1951.  Parker was born in Fort Worth, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, in 1950 with a degree in history before moving to California where he studied drama.


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Great Lakes BG-1 U.S. Navy Dive Bomber

The Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation  from Cleveland, Ohio redesigned the B2G (1936) to the BG-1 with an internal bomb bay.  The dive bomber had 750 hp P&W engine and carried a crew of two.  It was transferred to the USMC as Command transport in 1937.


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