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Airline: Identity, Design and Culture
Half a century ago, airline stewardesses wore double-breasted suits and perky cloth hats: in-flight refreshment consisted of a thermos of ice water: and passenger seats were fashioned out of tubular aluminum covered in wool. Today lucky air travelers are treated to fine wines, gourmet meals, personal television monitors and even the chance to sleep in a real bed, while the ...more
Published October 1st 2000 by Te Neues Publishing Company
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OMG. Better than I thought it would be when P ordered it and I picked it up off the coffee table. A weird and wonderful walk through airline history from within the walls of the plane. (Warning: Poorly written, but you'll read the text that accompanies the photographs anyway.)