Braniff International, 1966

Braniff International BAC One-Eleven parked at Dallas-Love Field, November Exiting the plane are two of Braniff's distinctive, Pucci-clad flight attendants.

Braniff International Airlines Lockheed Electra at Denver Stapleton Airport with that Eastern Airlines Electra...

Braniff International Airlines Lockheed Electra at Denver Stapleton Airport with that Eastern Airlines Electra.

But remember Braniff?

Comparing Airline Livery

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

Braniff Douglas DC-6 at Dallas Love Field

Braniff International Douglas unloading bags of air mail at Dallas-Love Field, circa (Photo: Courtesy of a Private Collection, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection, Curator)

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 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 (Photo: Braniff/BFC Collection)

Alexander "Sandy" Calder and Braniff Airways - www.braniffpages.com

Braniff Airways - Douglas "Flying Colors" Livery for South America by artist Alexander "Sandy" Calder

Braniff International Boeing 727-227 N403BN on the cover of the October 1971 edition of Airline Management Magazine. (Photo: Braniff/Airline Management Magazine)

Braniff International Boeing on the cover of the October 1971 edition of Airline Management Magazine.

Braniff International Boeing 727-291 N408BN at San Francisco International, December 1975. This aircraft was one of three of the type purchased from Frontier in 1972. (Photo by Bill Larkins, Copyright BFC Collection)

Braniff International Boeing at San Francisco-International, December This aircraft was one of three of the type purchased from Frontier in (Photo: Bill Larkins, Copyright Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Airways, Boeing 747SP

Braniff International Boeing powering down the runway at Los Angeles-International as it departs for Seoul-Kimpo, April (Photo: Ron Monroe, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Boeing 720-027 N7076 on the apron at Dallas-Fort Worth, circa 1966. This close-up image of the empennage doesn't do justice to the impact that Braniff's "The End of the Plain Plane" marketing campaign had on the travelling public and their choice of which airline to fly. (Photo: Braniff/BFC Collection)

Braniff International Boeing on the apron at Dallas-Fort Worth…

Braniff - we used to go to the airport to watch the planes take off and land.  We'd try to guess which color Braniff plane was going to pull into each jetway.

Braniff - we used to go to the airport to watch the planes take off and land. We'd try to guess which color Braniff plane was going to pull into each jetway.

High quality photo of N8855E (CN: 20617) Braniff International Airlines Boeing 727-225(Adv) by Duncan Stewart

Martinez Martinez Cavalcante (JORGENCA) I was never so happy to see a plane as the purple Braniff that brought us back to the US!

Partial view of the Braniff Terminal at DFW  Courtesy of Andrew Stiffler

Partial view of the Braniff Terminal at DFW Courtesy of Andrew Stiffler, air art, airliners, 727

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