I remember Braniff
in the 70's and early 80's when I was a youngster. I used to cut out
the schedule from the Washington Post so I knew what time to look toward
the flight path to National Airport to see what color the plane was,
and to enjoy such a unique sight. I came up poor, so I couldn't afford
to fly. I decided when I grew up, I would fly Braniff everywhere. By
time I got old enough to earn money to travel, the airline was gone.
It was rally heartbreaking to see it happen. I would have been proud
to have been a passenger or employee for such a great airline. I still
think about it often, and am glad I Googled this site.
JK - Fort Washington,
Very nice website
keep up the good work.
Jorge barreras -
Best Braniff website
yet. Thanks! And now I know where I can order Braniff models. Cool.
Chris Julian - Sao
I flew on Braniff
during my enlistment years with the Navy. Even out of Ft. Smith Arkansas
B.I. was the ONLY way to go. Can never be a better way to fly. They
were the best of the best! I miss Braniff.
James Seabolt -
The outfits are
so cool! I love anything outrageous. Braniff definately had the look.
Grace Hetfield -
If I were to win
the lottery tomorrow,I would start a NEW Braniff Airlines!
Same dress for the "Stewardess" and paint scheme for the aircraft.
I flew Braniff from 1964 -1973 between Kansas and the east coast and
loved every hour of it!
Those were the days when "Stewardeses" looked in shape and
Now..airlines hire anyone!
Joey - Kansas