‘Northeast Airlines: Flying in Style’ exhibit features vintage airline uniforms, artwork, and memorabilia

Relive the “Golden Age of Aviation” in New England with ‘Northeast Airlines: Flying in Style,’ an exhibit on display now through Sunday, May 5 at the Aviation Museum of N.H.

From its early days in the Great Depression through the 1970s, Boston-based Northeast was the region’s hometown airline, providing air service to Manchester, N.H. and dozens of other communities in New England and beyond before merging with Delta in 1972.

The exhibit ‘Northeast Airlines: Flying in Style’ offers selections from the Aviation Museum’s extensive collection of Northeast items, highlighted by a display of vintage uniforms worn by flight attendants (then called “stewardesses”), maintenance personnel, and flight crew members.

Admission to ‘Northeast Airlines: Flying In Style’ is included in the non-profit Aviation Museum’s regular entrance price of $10 for adults; $5 for kids 6-12, seniors 65+, veterans and active military; free to kids 5 and under.

For more info on this exhibit, which is presented in conjunction with the Manchester (N.H.) Historic Association, please check out our Current Exhibit page.

One thought on “‘Northeast Airlines: Flying in Style’ exhibit features vintage airline uniforms, artwork, and memorabilia

  1. My older brother was a Pilot for NE…..one of the youngest FO EVER hired…..then NE AND DL merged…he was one hell of an airline pilot

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