Airport in the Jet Age

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Airport in the Jet Age screen title.

Documentary (1962)

Production:
Encyclopedia Britannica Films

Explores a large metropolitan jet airport: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), from the traffic control tower to the baggage-processing center. Shows glimpses of hundreds of people on the job.

Boeing 720-022

Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.
Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.
Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.

Boeing 720-047B

Boeing 720-047B of Western Airlines.
Boeing 720-047B of Western Airlines.
Boeing 720-047B of Western Airlines.

Convair 640

The above Western’s 720 landing in the background. In the foreground, a turboprop version of the Convair, probably 640.

Convair 640.

Boeing 707-121

Douglas DC-8-12

Douglas DC-8-12 of United Air Lines.

Douglas DC-8-21

Douglas DC-8-21of United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-8-21 of United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-8-21 of United Air Lines.

Boeing 707-123B

Boeing 707-123B of American Airlines.
Boeing 707-123B of American Airlines.

Douglas DC-8-12 & Convair 240

Several Douglas DC-8-12 of United Air Lines, and Convair 240.

Boeing 720-022

Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.
Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.
Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.
Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.
Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.
Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.

Ford 5-AT-B Trimotor

Ford 5-AT-B Trimotor of TAT-Transcontinental Air Transport.
Ford 5-AT-B Trimotor of TAT-Transcontinental Air Transport.

Sikorsky S-61L

Sikorsky S-61L of Los Angeles Airways.
Sikorsky S-61L of Los Angeles Airways.

Fairchild F-27A

Fairchild F-27A of Bonanza Air Lines.
Fairchild F-27A of Bonanza Air Lines.
Fairchild F-27A of Bonanza Air Lines.

Canadair CL-44D4-2

Canadair CL-44D4-2 of Flying Tiger Line.
Canadair CL-44D4-2 of Flying Tiger Line.
Canadair CL-44D4-2 of Flying Tiger Line.

Lockheed L-1049H Super Constellation

Lockheed L-1049H Super Constellation of Flying Tiger Line.

Boeing 720-022

Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.
Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.
Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.
Boeing 720-022 of United Air Lines.

Unidentified Aircraft

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Douglas DC-8-12

Douglas DC-8-12 of United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-8-12 of United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-8-12 of United Air Lines.


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