In 1982, there were two major domestic airlines in Australia: Ansett and TAA. The latter flew some heavy A300s on domestic flights, but not Ansett. In this commercial, they took pride in their smaller planes and frequent flights. Continue reading “Ansett Australia – Queue”
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 on an issue of Vacations & Travel Magazine from 2010, submitted by Benjamin L., long-time Guess The Airline player. Are you ready? Scroll down!
Ten questions about Qantas: its milestones, its logo, its subsidiaries, its history, etc.
- Qantas was founded in 1920. What was the aircraft type for its first flight, on November 2, 1922?
A. deHavilland DH.50
B. deHavilland DH.61
C. Short Empire C Class Flying Boat
D. Avro 504K
- On which year did Qantas’ logo, the kangaroo, lose its wings, in favour of a simpler shape?
Some airlines are ready to go very far to convince their passengers that their fares have “nothing to hide” and include everything from checked baggage to refreshments onboard. Continue reading “Air New Zealand – Nothing to hide”
The world’s oldest continuingly operating airline? KLM was founded in 1919 but it has merged with Air France since then. So, Qantas (est. 1920) claims the title now, showcasing their “customer service and operational excellence” in this commercial. Continue reading “Qantas – Experience”