Current Exhibit: ‘Northeast Airlines: Flying in Style’

Vintage uniforms, artwork, and memorabilia from Boston-based Northeast Airlines (1933-1972).

A special exhibit from the Aviation Museum’s collection on display thru Sunday, May 5, 2024

See authentic uniforms worn in the 1960s by flight attendants, mechanics, and pilots for Boston-based Northeast Airlines.
The exhibit includes a selection of vintage photos, posters, and artwork associated with Northeast Airlines, which flew from 1933 to 1972.

About this exhibit: For four decades, Boston-based Northeast Airlines was New England’s hometown airline, providing air service to Manchester, N.H. and dozens of other communities in the region.

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.

We encourage you to visit the Aviation Museum while this exhibit is on public display. Admission to ‘Northeast Airlines: Flying In Style’ is included in the non-profit Aviation Museum’s regular admission price of $10 for adults; $5 for kids 6-12, seniors 65+, veterans and active military; free to kids 5 and under.

Exhibit presented with assistance from the Manchester (N.H.) Historic Association. Here’s a look at some of the uniforms, posters, models, and other Northeast Airlines-related items on display: