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This wine glass was specially designed not to spill during turbulence & was used in 1936 during the first commercial transpacific passenger flight on the Martin M-130 Hawaii Clipper. Browse through over 100 drink glasses on our collection website! https://t.co/Iw4MUMpOjX #avgeekThis tweet was posted on April 18, 2022.
Our newest exhibition “From Pineapple to Piña: A Philippine Textile Treasure” is now on display in Harvey Milk Terminal 1. Unique to the Philippines, piña is an extraordinary textile made by weaving the fibers of the leaves of the pineapple plant. #PineappletoPinaThis tweet was posted on April 18, 2022.
RT @airandspace: 110 years ago today, Harriet Quimby—the first American woman to earn a pilot's license—became the first woman to fly solo…This tweet was posted on April 18, 2022.
postcard: American Airlines Douglas DC-3, Flagship Boston; 1930s
Gift of Thomas G. Dragges
luggage label: American Airways; 1930s
Gift of Captain Jon Simmonds
https://t.co/morKL1oBS0This tweet was posted on April 15, 2022.
luggage label: American Airlines; 1935
Gift of Daniel Kusrow
https://t.co/vUavqoIY0OThis tweet was posted on April 15, 2022.
photograph: American Airways, Fairchild Pilgrim 100-A; c. 1931
Transfer from San Francisco International Airport
https://t.co/YRTMfRnsPnThis tweet was posted on April 15, 2022.
American Airways was later formed from a merger of Robertson and Colonial Air Transport. In 1934, it changed its name to American Airlines. What are your favorite memories about American Airlines? #AmericanAirThis tweet was posted on April 15, 2022.
Happy Birthday, American Airlines! American traces its origins to Robertson Aircraft and its first airmail contract flight. #AmericanAirThis tweet was posted on April 15, 2022.
The airline celebrates its birthday as April 16, 1926, the date when Charles Lindbergh piloted the first airmail flight for Robertson, carrying mail from St. Louis, Missouri, to Chicago, Illinois. #AmericanAirThis tweet was posted on April 15, 2022.
poster: United Air Lines, San Francisco; 1951
https://t.co/sIoWBEsuFTThis tweet was posted on April 15, 2022.