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Braniff International, 1966

Braniff International, 1966

Braniff Airbus A320-231 N905BN being towed at Las Vegas-McCarran, March 1990. One of an original order of fifty taken over from Pan Am, N905BN was never delivered, as the second incarnation of Braniff filed for bankruptcy in September 1989. Stored at Las Vegas for twelve months, N905BN was eventually acquired by America West Airlines in September 1990. (Photo: Frank C. Duarte, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff Airbus A320-231 N905BN being towed at Las Vegas-McCarran, March 1990. One of an original order of fifty taken over from Pan Am, N905BN was never delivered, as the second incarnation of Braniff filed for bankruptcy in September 1989. Stored at Las Vegas for twelve months, N905BN was eventually acquired by America West Airlines in September 1990. (Photo: Frank C. Duarte, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

The First Flight of the Boeing 737

The First Flight of the Boeing 737

But remember Braniff?

Comparing Airline Livery

But remember Braniff?

United Air Lines Douglas DC-8-21 N8029U "Mainliner James M. Doolittle" during a time when open air viewing platforms were the norm at most airports, circa 1960s.

United Air Lines Douglas DC-8-21 N8029U "Mainliner James M. Doolittle" during a time when open air viewing platforms were the norm at most airports, circa 1960s.

Braniff International Boeing 727-27 N7289 on the pre-delivery line at Renton-Municipal, July 1967. (Photo: Boeing, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Boeing 727-27 N7289 on the pre-delivery line at Renton-Municipal, July 1967. (Photo: Boeing, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Hop from my own plane for a quick swim... YES!  Crystal Waters in Front of Seaplane, Bahamas

Hop from my own plane for a quick swim... YES! Crystal Waters in Front of Seaplane, Bahamas

Braniff International Douglas DC-8-62H N801BN majestically ascending out of Los Angeles-International, circa March 1981. (Photo: Ron Monroe, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Douglas DC-8-62H N801BN majestically ascending out of Los Angeles-International, circa March 1981. (Photo: Ron Monroe, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Boeing 747-127 N601BN and an Anglo/French Concorde Supersonic Transport SST 002 are on hand to celebrate the opening of Dallas-Fort Worth Regional (later International) Airport in September 1973. (Photo: Braniff/BFC Collection)

Braniff International Boeing 747-127 N601BN and an Anglo/French Concorde Supersonic Transport SST 002 are on hand to celebrate the opening of Dallas-Fort Worth Regional (later International) Airport in September 1973. (Photo: Braniff/BFC Collection)

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