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Photo by Curt Yeomans
This 1965 advertisement for Braniff International Airways was considered risqué for its time because it showed how the airline’s flight attendants “stripped” from a space-inspired outfit, to a more “far out” — and down to Earth — outfit during flights. It was called the “Air Strip.”

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Airline museum preparing for annual gala fund-raiser

Event’s ticket sales up from last year

Officials at the National Museum of Commercial Aviation are projecting that attendance at the little museum tucked away in a Forest Park shopping center will — pardon the pun — take flight this year.


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