Air Travel 1970s

Flying first class now days equates to your own private suite, complete with lie-down bed and 5-course meals, but it might surprise you to know that this was already available back in the 1970s. You see when Boeing originally designed the 747 never expected that it becoming a cultural icon of the modern era. Commercial air travel in the 1970s was an affluent and social affair, with most airlines offering free coach lounges where passengers were able to stretch their legs, have a drink and network with their peers. You’ll see in these photos: spacious cabins, comfortable lounge chairs and very neatly passengers, reminding us of the ‘golden age’ of commercial aviation free to stretch their legs, have a drink and network with their peers.

Airplanes 1970s