Rupa Haria


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in From The Archives Jul 08, 2015

Boeing Two For One Advertisement (1972)

Two 727-​200's cost less than one Airbus. That was the claim made by Boeing, which placed this ad in Aviation Week....More
in From The Archives Jun 26, 2015

1961 BAC One-Eleven Advertisement

Soon after the public launch of the One-Eleven with launch customer British United Airways, BAC took out a four-page ad in the August 28, 1961 issue....More
in From The Archives Jun 25, 2015

1963 Lockheed C-130 Advertisement

How much work can a big airlifter do?....More
in From The Archives Jun 24, 2015

1955 Honeywell Electronic Fuel Measurement System Ad

America's first jet transport, the Boeing 707 prototype, incorporated "revolutionary features", including Honeywell's Electronic Fuel Measurement....More
in From The Archives Jun 23, 2015

1966 Northrop F-5A Advertisement

In 1966, Northrop offered every F-5A pilot a punch in the nose....More
in From The Archives Jun 05, 2015

Dassault Mystere 20 At The 1963 Paris Air Show

52 years ago the Mystere 20 performed a number of flypasts during the 1963 Paris air show at Le Bourget, the same show where Charles Lindbergh....More
in From The Archives May 29, 2015

1957 Boeing 707 Advertisement

This advert, placed in the October 14, 1957 issue of Aviation Week....More
in From The Archives May 28, 2015

Modified Boeing 747 In Refuelling Tests With SR-71

This photo of a Boeing 747 modified to a tanker configuration conducting a dry refueling hookup test with an Air Force/Lockheed SR-71 appeared on the....More
in From The Archives May 12, 2015

1976 McDonnell Douglas F-18 Advertisement

More than two years before first flight of the F-18 Hornet, this advertisement was placed in the April 19, 1976 issue of Aviation Week....More
in From The Archives May 07, 2015

1966 Lockheed SST Advertisement

Unfortunately for the child pictured in this advertisement, he would never get to experience supersonic travel on 'America's SST' - the L-2000. The....More
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