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Image of Northwest Orient 747F Poster -

Northwest Orient 747F Poster -

This poster features seven color photographs of Northwest Orient freighters, containers and employees loading or unloading cargo. Largest photograph at top of poster shows Northwest Orient Boeing 747-251F, N616US, in flight.

Image of Philippines Fly There on Northwest Orient - ca. 1970s

Philippines Fly There on Northwest Orient - ca. 1970s

This travel poster features a collage of color photographs of the Philippines and a Boeing 747 in flight.

Image of The Top Four On-Time Airlines in the Country - 09/1991

The Top Four On-Time Airlines in the Country - 09/1991

Black-and-white magazine ad featuring four photographs, numbered "1. Northwest Airlines" with a Boeing 747, and 2, 3, 4, showing empty runways. Text: "The Top Four On-Time Airlines in the Country: Sorry, 2, 3 and 4 haven't arrived yet.) / If you haven't been flying Northwest lately, you've been flying behind the times. For the past 18 months, the most consistently on-time airline in the country has been Northwest.* [*Based on DOT Air Travel Consumer Report domestic statistics for the seven largest airlines over the 18-month period ending June 1991.] At Northwest we believe in things like punctuality. Service. And innovation. You can see that in everything from our reservation system to

Image of Virgin's Fleet to Provide Air Support For D-Day - 1994

Virgin's Fleet to Provide Air Support For D-Day - 1994

This poster is illustrated with Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747-243B, G-VGIN, Scarlet Lady, superimposed on a backdrop with World War II B-17 bombers in silhouette. Text: "Virgin Atlantic is the VA-Preferred Airline for the 50th Anniversary of D-Day."

Image of Sweden Fly There on Northwest Orient - ca. 1970s

Sweden Fly There on Northwest Orient - ca. 1970s

This travel poster features a collage of color photographs of Sweden and a Boeing 747 in flight.

Image of Northwest Orient to Shannon First Flight Cover - 05/01/1980

Northwest Orient to Shannon First Flight Cover - 05/01/1980

Northwest Orient's first flight cover for New York, NY-Shannon, Ireland service. Blue cachet features a Boeing 747 in flight, a shamrock, the New York to Shannon route, and Northwest's "meatball" logo. Postmarked New York, May 1, 1980. Adressed to R. Russo, Westwood, NJ.

Image of 50 Years Bridging the Pacific Hong Kong - 1997

50 Years Bridging the Pacific Hong Kong - 1997

This travel poster features a colorful drawing of a Northwest Airlines Boeing 747 and clouds with caption: "Artist: Christopher Ng, Hong Kong, Age 7" and a background color photograph of Hong Kong harbor with boat (or junk) and skysrapers. Across the top of the poster is Northwest Airlines' 50 Years Bridging the Pacific logo. Poster number IN 1578.

Image of Northwest Airlines Boeing 747-400 Inaugural Certificate - 02/09/1989

Northwest Airlines Boeing 747-400 Inaugural Certificate - 02/09/1989

Text: "Northwest Airlines Certificate of Honor / Commemorating the First Flight of the Boeing 747-400 / By these presence, be it known, that Kevin C. Sigurdson was a passenger on the first day of scheduled service of a Boeing 747-400, which introduced to the world the newest technology and comfort in air travel, operated this 9th day of February 1989, on a route between Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport and Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix. / Attested to date first written, by Steven G. Rothmeier, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; John F. Horn, President and Chief Operating Officer; Stuart L. Henning, Vice President Flight Operations; Lloyd R. Warren, Vice President Infl

Image of Taiwan Fly There on Northwest Orient - ca. 1970s

Taiwan Fly There on Northwest Orient - ca. 1970s

This travel poster features a collage of color photographs of Taiwan and a Boeing 747 in flight.

Northwest Orient Boeing 747 Kiddie Wings with Card - ca. 1970

Pin and paper card originally enclosed together in a small plastic bag. A. Goldtone shiny plastic wings lapel pin with red Northwest "meatball" logo. B. White paper card printed with red Boeing 747 illustration, Northwest "meatball" logo ,and words: COMPLIMENTS OF THE CAPTAIN (across top of card) and NORTHWEST ORIENT (across bottom of card).

Image of Jet Delta's 747 Coaster - 1970

Jet Delta's 747 Coaster - 1970

White plastic grooved coaster. Printed in blue in center: Jet Delta's 747.

Image of Delta Inaugural Service Boeing 747 Glass Jar - 1970

Delta Inaugural Service Boeing 747 Glass Jar - 1970

A. Clear glass jar with footed base. Printed with gold script on one side at top: "Inaugural Service Boeing 747." Middle section is printed on all sides in gold script with names of cities to be served by Delta 747s: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami. Around the bottom of jar is printed in gold script: "Delta Air Lines" B. Clear glass lid.

Image of Pan Am's 747 Ashtray - ca. 1970

Pan Am's 747 Ashtray - ca. 1970

Large white ceramic ashtray. Thin gold painted line painted around rim. Three indentions on two sides of rim (total 6 indentions). Pan Am Globe logo printed in Pan Am blue with text: "Pan Am's 747 / The Plane with All the Room in the World"

Image of Boeing Poster of Ship 6301's First Flight - 1998

Boeing Poster of Ship 6301's First Flight - 1998

Poster representing the first flight of Boeing 747-400 aircraft Ship 6301. Information at the bottom of poster includes- Location: Paine Field, Everett, Washington. Date: April 29, 1988, Takeoff: 10:22 AM. Pilot: Jamie Loesch, CoPilot: Ken Higgins. Photography: Ken Dejarlais, Ken Kennedy, Neil Hare.

Image of Northwest Airlines Boeing 747-400, N661US, Ship 6301, Model Airplane - ca. 1993-2003

Northwest Airlines Boeing 747-400, N661US, Ship 6301, Model Airplane - ca. 1993-2003

Northwest Airlines Boeing 747-400, N661US Ship 6301, model airplane painted in the "bowling shoe" livery used from 1989 to 2003 with the Northwest/KLM Alliance Seal of Partnership logo, created in 1993. Model is plastic with a black plastic stand. Scale - 1:206

Image of Delta (Former Northwest) Boeing 747-400, N661US, Ship 6301 - 1988-2015

Delta (Former Northwest) Boeing 747-400, N661US, Ship 6301 - 1988-2015

Delta (former Northwest Airlines) Boeing 747-400, Ship 6301 (N661US). Exterior paint scheme is Delta aircraft livery nicknamed "Onward and Upward," which introduced Delta's Red Widget Logo in 2007. Serial No.: 23719 Manufactured Date: April 29, 1988 Manufacturer: Boeing Aircraft Company Wingspan: 213 ft. Length: 231 ft., 10 in. Height: 62 ft., 6.5 in. Seats (Delta configuration when retired in 2015): 376 passengers (48 Delta One, 42 Delta Comfort+, 286 Main Cabin) Range: 7,365 statute miles (11,853 km) Cruise Speed: 564 mph (908 km/h) Engines: 4 Pratt & Whitney PW4056

Image of Delta Boeing 747-132, N9896, Ship 101, Model Airplane - 1970-1977

Delta Boeing 747-132, N9896, Ship 101, Model Airplane - 1970-1977

Delta Boeing 747-132, N9896, Ship 101, model airplane painted in Delta's classic widget livery. Model is attached to a metal and wood stand. Leftside outer engine missing. Scale - 1:100

Image of I've Flown the National 747 - ca. 1970

I've Flown the National 747 - ca. 1970

Metal fold tab button. White with black text "I've flown the National" and orange "747" and Sun King logo.

Image of Delta Boeing 747-132, N8055, Model Airplane - ca. 1970

Delta Boeing 747-132, N8055, Model Airplane - ca. 1970

Plastic Boeing 747-132 model airplane in Delta's classic widget livery. Paint is yellowed. Plastic and metal stand. Scale - 1:100

Image of Northwest Boeing 747-400 Model Airplane - ca. 1993-2003

Northwest Boeing 747-400 Model Airplane - ca. 1993-2003

Northwest Boeing 747-400 model airplane in model airplane. Northwest "bowling shoe" livery used from 1989 to 2003, with the Northwest/KLM Alliance Seal of Partnership logo, created in 1993. Plastic model with metal floor stand. Scale - 1:50