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Airline Memorabillia!!

I am a retired Flt. attendant [flew 16 yrs..on & off.[taking time off to raise 2 wonderful children]!!! I so enjoyed flying & traveling..but most of all..I enjoyed the passengers, so many different stories I heard from them and so many wonderful people I met..reminds me always what a "GREAT" country we are and how we pull together..no matter what....

Catain Sully keeps his "cool"!!

Howard Hughes, US aviation pioneer (1905-1976)

(this photo makes my heart hurt) In 1975 Gerald Ford approved Operation Babylift using military planes to transport orphans out of Vietnam for adoption in the US, Australia, Canada and Europe. The first plane to leave Saigon crashed killing 138 passengers - mostly children. In total, around 3,000 children were flown out.

Babe Ruth and his wife Claire Merritt Hodgson traveled with American Airlines in 1944

Pan Am's Stratocruiser was worth stopping for in 1950.

vintage postcard - Eastern Constellation by Jassy-50, via Flickr

Messerschmitt Me 323 Gigant. Built as a glider made of tubular steel and wood the first 323 was towed by three Me-110s; a tricky operation. In early 1941 the 323s were fitted with six French Gnome-Rhone GR14N engines, making them capable of transporting 120 fully outfitted troops. Though the 323 could absorb a huge amount of enemy fire (nicknamed "Leukoplastbomber" or Plastic Bomber), it was a large, slow target. 43 323s were lost in N. Africa alone. None are known to have survived past 1944.

Space Shuttle Enterprise being hoisted into a test chamber, 1978.

Last flight of the space shuttle. End of a wonderful program.

Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971) - American documentary photographer. First female war correspondent and first woman to be allowed to work in combat zones during World War II. She was the only foreign photographer in Moscow when German forces invaded.

National Airlines..hubby worked for them in NYCITY..

Hawaiian Airlines, the flagship air carrier for the State of Hawaii, providing Inter-island air service between O'ahu, Kaua‘i, Maui, Moloka‘i, Lānaʻi , and the Big Island of Hawai‘i. The airline also flies to Sydney, American Samoa, Manila, and to Japan, as well as serving several cities on the U.S. mainland, like Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Las Vegas.

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