Three Two TWA commercials with the famous 1980s jingle “You’re going to like us”.
In this commercial, the airline promotes free travel for children, although with several conditions, as indicated by the small print appearing here and there. The child’s attitude is delightful and can easily remind you of what it felt like to travel as a child! Continue reading “TWA – You’re going to like us”
Sure, the cabin and the flight deck are obvious mock-ups, but who cares? This is the 1970s and flying is still a wonderful experience in coach. No personal television screens, but lots of legroom and space on the L-1011! And steak in coach! Continue reading “TWA – Built for comfort (L-1011)”
Forget for a moment that this is a sexist commercial in which the woman is just there to do some pep talk to the husband (played by Judd Hirsch) who brings home the bacon. This rare ad shows how employee incentives could translate into excellent customer service! Continue reading “TWA – Million dollars”
Peter Sellers starred in several TWA commercials in the 1970s in which he portrays stereotypical Europeans such as this posh British man. After all, the airline is meant to give one “a taste of Europe flying in the USA” with movies, drinks and food inspired by European traditions.