Flap Display Board [Flight Information Display Module]

Mount Cook Airline Limited, Other contributor;  Air New Zealand Limited, Other contributor;  National Airways Corporation, Other contributor;  Qantas Empire Airways Limited, Other contributor;  Eagle Airways, Other contributor;  Associated Air, Other contributor;  Wairarapa Airlines, Other contributor;  Air Albatross, Other contributor;  Newmans Air, Other contributor; 


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Maker and Role
Mount Cook Airline Limited, Other contributor
Air New Zealand Limited, Other contributor
National Airways Corporation, Other contributor
Qantas Empire Airways Limited, Other contributor
Eagle Airways, Other contributor
Associated Air, Other contributor
Wairarapa Airlines, Other contributor
Air Albatross, Other contributor
Newmans Air, Other contributor
Description
Flight Information Display Board, Flap display board technology.
Rectangular display with black painted metal case, yellow painted metal panels along top front are labelled "airline flight origin" and three rows for the display of flight information is below the banner. On proper right of front face is three wide flap units that display the airline information, next to these is the four single unit (one displays letters, the other three numbers), then from the middle to the proper left are 20 single units which display letter and indicate the flights origin.
Media/Materials
Processed Material/Metal
Processed Material/Synthetic/Plastic
Signature/Marks and Type
MOUNT COOK / AIRLINE / NM Sticker
AIR NEW / ZEALAND / NZ Sticker
eagle airways / EX Sticker
ASSOCIATED / AIR / AA Sticker
WAIRARAPA / AIRLINES / WA Sticker
Newmans / Air / ZQ Sticker
QANTAS Sticker
AIR NEW / ZEALAND / TE Sticker
NAC Sticker
AIR / ALBATROSS / IV Sticker
Accession No
2016.193
Credit Line
Mount Cook Airline Limited et al. Flap Display Board [Flight Information Display Module], 2016.193. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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