Month: April 2017

The “Golden Age” of Airline Advertising

The “Golden Age” of Airline Advertising

(Roger W Flickr Photo)

I’ve written before about the “Golden Age” of air travel when passengers actually looked forward to arrival at airports, checking in for flights, walking freely (along with friends or family who weren’t accompanying them on the trip) to the gate, and a relaxing, fun-filled journey to their destinations through “friendly skies.”

Whether you are too young to have experience the “fun of flying,” or have long since forgotten what it was like “back in the day,” you’ll find this collection of airline advertisements from 1934-1989 beyond belief today when airlines tout low fares rather than luxurious seating and attentive service even in Economy class cabins.

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Preserving Pismo’s Scenic Ridgelands

Preserving Pismo’s Scenic Ridgelands

For Northern Californians, Pismo Beach, about 180 miles north of Los Angeles, is an eclectic little town that offers a convenient and scenic stopping point along Highway 101 for breaking up one long day’s drive to Greater L.A. into a more manageable and less stressful two-day trip.

But what most travelers don’t know, is that the ridgelands above the town will eventually turn Pismo Beach into a nature-lover’s destination, not just a road warrior’s respite.

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