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God bless the American way.

I thought "I'm Cheryl, Fly Me!" was creepy. Until I saw this from American Airlines , 1968 7 more, courtesy of thejanedough

The 60s ... when the airlines served real food....Today?...about 8 salted nuts and a couple of ounces of something to drink

Remember when we were served meals on airplanes? Now, unless you fly class, you only get peanuts or pretzels and a can of soda or bottle of water. Remembering back on the food prep, I think I'll be happy with the pretzels!

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Effen Vodka: “There’s nothing more satisfying than Effen on a plane.” Okay, so maybe this isn’t the most clever booze advertisement, but c’mon: it’s funny! Plus, we wholeheartedly agree.

THE MOST FABULOUS FLIGHT ATTENDANT FASHIONS IN HISTORY by Mickey Boardman c. 1960s -- Oleg Cassini X Air West

Designer Oleg Cassini's futuristic look for the flight attendants of Air West. This image is from the Museum of Flight's second Style in the Aisle exhibit.

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Flight Attendant Life, Flight Attendant Packing, Anniversary Greetings, Cabin Crew, Aviation, Model, Birthday Greetings

Delta Air Lines Stewardesses, Atlanta Municipal Airport, August 25, 1946

Delta and Eastern Air Lines Stewardesses sitting on a U. air mail plane at Atlanta Municipal Airport, now Hartsfield-Jackson, ca.

Do they sell these at the same antique shops as the coke vending machines?!? Need one

An ice-cold whisky dispenser, sometimes found in offices. bring back the office whiskey dispenser!

The Evolution of Flight Attendant Uniforms Infographic

Flight Attendants have been known for years by their uniforms. So we have put together this timeline of how they evolved over the years.

The air hostess with the mostest: Awesome images of vintage stewardess uniforms | Dangerous Minds

Style in the Sky: Vintage photos show how Flight Attendants used to wear the coolest uniforms EVER

"On October 26th, 1958 a Pan Am Boeing 707-121 Clipper America became the first commercial airplane to make a regularly scheduled cross-Atlantic crossing. It flew from New York City's Idlewild Airport (since renamed "JFK") to Paris, France."

"On October 1958 a Pan Am Boeing Clipper America became the first commercial airplane to make a regularly scheduled cross-Atlantic crossing. It flew from New York City's Idlewild Airport (since renamed "JFK") to Paris, France."~Reminds me of Maggie!

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