Every month, an airline printed advertisement, minus airline name and logo, is displayed for your guessing pleasure on Guess The Airline. The following is the answer to a previous game.
This was one of those 50-50 games. Half the people got it right, half wrong, which is pretty good, considering there were very few clues to Guess The Airline. Once again, this advertisement had been featured in this airline’s timetable for 1982. It was submitted by Robert O., an airodyssey.net visitor like you. Ready? Scroll down!
How to guess it?
Some participants were very clever to realize that in despite of the apparently common name, only one airline called its Full-Fare Economy Class section “Prestige Class”… on Trans-Pacific Boeing 747 routes in the 1980s. Another clever participant said that the airline advertised flights TO the United States, meaning it was NOT a U.S. carrier.
Correct answers: 51% | Wrong answers: 49% | Most submitted wrong answer: Pan Am (14%) | Other answers submitted: Air France, American, Cathay Pacific, Continental, Delta, JAL, KLM, Northwest, Qantas, Singapore, United, Virgin Blue.