Northwest Airlines – No Smoking

1988 was the year when Northwest Airlines turned on the No Smoking sign not just for domestic flights under two hours (as required by law), but on “all flights throughout North America”. Look at the reaction of passengers when the narrator announces this policy. I would react like that too! 20 years later, non-smoking flights are the norm around the world and I often see comments on YouTube from people who don’t know that people used to smoke on flights.

Guess The Airline – April 2000 answer

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.

All I can say for this month is that nearly ¾ of the people guessed correctly the airline. The quarter remaining gave very diverse answers. This advertisement was taken from the inflight magazine distributed by the same airline advertised here, in a mid-1990s issue.

Delta Air Lines advertisement titled 'Delta has become the only U.S. airline that flies totally smoke-free. Worldwide', from the year 1996, featuring 'No Smoking' signs in several languages.

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