Braniff Airways: Flying Colors

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Overview
Braniff Airways: Flying Colors takes readers on a magical flight through the history of Braniff International Airways, beginning with its small-town Oklahoma roots to its high-flying and stylish span of the globe. Braniff brought together the mystery of aviation with the glamorous fields of fashion, art, and design, and taught the flying world how to fly with style and beauty. It is this remarkable joining of forces that has made Braniff as popular today as it was when flying in style across the Atlantic and Pacific.
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ISBN: 9781467134408
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Date:
State: Texas
Series: Images of Modern America
Images: 166
Pages: 96
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author
Richard Benjamin Cass, a retired airline pilot, has over 30 years experience in aviation. He saw his first Braniff jet at Dallas Love Field in 1972, and his passion for the airline began. His Braniff Flying Colors Collection, which contains his lifelong collection of Braniff historical items, is one of the largest groupings of Braniff collectibles known to exist. His career and interests have been solely devoted to aviation endeavors, and he has founded several successful aviation businesses. Cass is a native of Dallas, Texas, where he currently lives.
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