Black and white photograph of a BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation) de Havilland Comet, G-APDL parked on tarmac. Passengers are loading luggage and boarding aircraft. Bus partially in right of frame.
Certificate of membership to Clarke for the Institute of Transport, established to promote the knowledge of traffic science and the art of transport in all forms. Signed by the President and Secretary.
Air New Zealand timetable July August September 1976
Final report prepared by Steer Davies Gleave for Land Transport Division. MInistry of Transport. . .
Includes index. Includes advertising.
64th Wilbur and Orville Wright Memorial lecture read to the Royal Aeronautical Society by K.G. Wilkinson, Vice Chairman of Rolls-Royce (1971) Limited on December 11th 1975. Reprinted from 'The Aeronautical Journal' March 1976.
A cardboard boarding pass for a BOAC flight. The flight number, seat row, seat number and passenger name are written in blue biro pen on the ticket. On the back of the ticket is advertising for a building and civil engineer contractor 'Taylor Woodrow' based in London, England.
Includes (1) Union Airways of N.Z. Limited emplaning check with envelope. Made out to Harold Andrew for a flight from Gisborne to Auckland in March 1949. (2) TEAL timetable effective 1 January 1951
Includes various in-flight service material, airline and airport ephemera compiled by Brian Good. See a list of secondary makers for contributors.
How to save up to 50% on domestic air travel effective from 9 April 1980
Flight planner for 50% standby discounts, 45% superlow discounts, 30% book ahead discounts effective from 9 April 1980
Flight planner containing details of flights for 50% standby discounts, 45% superlow discounts, 30% book ahead discounts available during non-peak periods within the dates 29 October 1980 to 31 March 1981
Save 30% off-peak '80 domestic fares from 5 February 1980 to 31 March 1980