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Title Northwest Airlines Boeing 747-400 Inaugural Boarding Pass, MPS-PHX
Date 02/09/1989
Collection Northwest Airlines Airport, Office & TechOps Items
Object Name Ticket, Transportation
Catalog Number 2017.24.2
Description Paper boarding pass issued to non-revenue employee passenger Kevin Sigurdson for travel on Flight 101 (seat number 55F) between Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport and Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix. Northwest Airlines "meatball" logo and red and blue printed text. Black marker used for written details.

On reverse side is ad "This Is Our Smoking Section" "Northwest was the first U.S. airline to clear the air on all flights in North America..." Northwest "meatball" logo and slogan "Look To Us"
Artist/Maker Mercury Printers, Saskatoon, Canada
Height (in) 3.625
Width (in) 7.75
Provenance Boarding pass used by donor when he flew on Northwest Airlines Boeing 747-400 inaugural scheduled flight, the world's first Boeing 747-400 service, on February 9, 1989. Aircraft was Ship 6303.
Search Terms Northwest Airlines
Boeing 747-400
Boeing 747
Minneapolis/St. Paul, Mn.--Airport (MSP)
Minneapolis, Mn.
St. Paul, Mn.
Minnesota
Midwest (U.S.)
Phoenix, Ar.--Airport (PHX)
Phoenix, Ar.
Arizona
West (U.S.)
Subjects Ticketing
Advertisements
Aircraft
Airplanes
Domestic flights
Employees
Inaugurations
Smoking
Credit line Gift of Kevin Sigurdson
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