The Web Site brings back wonderful memories; sad ones too. My husband, Capt.Fred Davis flew from 1950 'til the end, mostly in SA. He missed flying. It was a very important part of his life. He passed away last year after a long battle with Non Hodgkins Lymphoma.

Pat Davis - Larkspur, CO


So good to see BI remembered by so many. Look forward to seeing all my Clipped B's in Oct.

Frances Oberman - Scottsdale, AZ


What a wonderful surprise to come across your web-site, and what a terrific experience down memory lane. Braniff will always have a place in my heart.From the class of 79-6; if there is anyone else out there living in Oz, would love to hear from you. luceromoes@smartchat.net.au

Lucero (Escobar) Moes - Brisbane, Australia


Thank you for the web site. Braniff was the first airline in which I flew. The first Convair and the first jet (707) from Chicago to Dallas. I flew Braniff at least once a week for many years. BN's cessation of operations in 1982 was a black day, indeed.

Richard Davis - Denver, CO


Great site I was a kid when sometimes I'm going at Rio de Janeiro airport to see Dc-8 of Braniff and after coming 747-200 disney charter, fligth and 747-SP normal fligth allways orange color, its was wonderful, now I'collect a civil airlines post cards, since 1982, I'm work about 10 years by Varig Brazilian Airlines, and now I'm working at bank in to tonw, so if somebody interesting to exchange post cards or pictures tell me. Thanks hermano.carvalho@bol.com.br

Hermano P Carvalho Filho - Brazil


I worked for BI from 1956 (SAT) to 1979 (DFW). At the end, I was in Customer Relations, working for Roger Street. I am now working for DIA as the Terminal Mgr.

Jack W. McGuire - Denver, CO