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The ups and (mostly) downs of Trump Shuttle the president's long-defunct airline - Washington Post  Washington Post  The ups and (mostly) downs of Trump Shuttle the president's long-defunct airline Washington Post The crash landing of the Boeing 727 was perhaps the best metaphor about Donald Trump's airline: a passenger jet with malfunctioning nose gear dumping fuel to avoid a greater catastrophe the thin veneer of a graceful landing torn away with the white ... Airline safety best on record…

The ups and (mostly) downs of Trump Shuttle, the president's long-defunct airline - Washington Post

western airlines dc-10 at douglas factory

western airlines at douglas factory "Western Airlines - the only way to fly!

Singapore airlines Concorde

Singapore airlines Concorde IF ONLY. Imagine if QANTAS had some for quick runs [over the sea] to Auckland/Singapore etc. 777 wasn't their only equipment balls-up.

Continental Airlines was the dominant carrier at Newark-Liberty from 1987, when it took over People Express, until it merged with United Airlines in 2010. United is still the major player there as of 2015. (Photo: Continental Airlines)

Continental Airlines was the dominant carrier at Newark-Liberty from when it took over People Express, until it merged with United Airlines in United is still the major player there as of (Photo: Continental Airlines)

But remember Braniff?

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Braniff International Boeing about to touch down at Chicago-O'Hare, June (Photo: Bob Garrard, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Airbus A300B4 - Eastern Airlines

Eastern Airlines introduced the Airbus in the American skies. As one of the 'Big Four' Eastern Airlines was among the leading airlines in the USA during fifty years, until its bankruptcy in

Braniff - I once flew in their new 747, non-stop from DFW to Frankfurt.  There were 6 passengers,  which included my 5 week old son.   We moved up to 1st class,  and I had a stewardess,  always willing to hold him.  I think the crew number was 14.  It was a treat!

Braniff was one of my fave liveries when I was a kid; loved watching them land/takeoff @ Stapleton from my relatives' houses in Denver. These are old McDonnell Douglas' planes.

National Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 N66NA "Shirley" on the Long Beach production line, circa September 1972. Beyond, sisterships for American, Delta, Laker, Northwest and UTA can be seen waiting their turn.

National Airlines McDonnell Douglas "Shirley" on the Long Beach production line (September

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