"You walk into one of our planes and the first thing you hear are the tropical sounds.
That's enough to start you going.
You get your seat. A seat with yellow and white stripes that looks like a cross between an airplane
seat and a beach chair.
You sit down.
Before you know it, there's a stewardess standing next to you in her bright, Florida-colored outfit.
She gives you a sun reflector, of all things.
Then she serves you Florida foods, Florida drinks.
Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.
And by now you should be getting the idea: What we've done is put a lot of the good things of
Florida into our planes.
But, as nice as these things are, they're only part of the story.
There's the mental part, too. The way all these physical things make you feel.
Like you're in Florida.
For reservations see your travel agent or call National Airlines.
Is this any way to run an airline?
You bet it is!"