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.
Once again, this was an advertisement published in a 1989 issue of The Atlantic Advocate, a magazine distributed in Eastern Canada. Ready? Scroll down!
How to guess it?
Contrary to popular belief, this was not an impossible game:
- The submission form said the airline still existed (in despite of some confusion on the initial few days).
- Therefore, it could NOT be Braniff, in despite of the “Flying colors” mention.
- It wasn’t Flying Colors either because “the name of the airline is hidden everywhere.”
- At some point, the airline flew to all the destinations listed.
- The colors of the strips could help.
- The location of the magazine where this ad was featured was a fairly easy clue. Now, can you picture many airlines advertising on a magazine made for Eastern Canada and therefore, having flights out of Eastern Canada?
Correct answers: 29% | Wrong answers: 71% | Wrong answers submitted: Aer Lingus, Air France, Air India, Austrian, Braniff, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Canada 3000, Canadian, Delta, EgyptAir, Emirates, Flying Colours, Iberia, Royal Jordanian, Swissair, TWA, Virgin Atlantic.