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(2000)  LEGEND AIRLINES SERVICE BROCHURE
(2000)  "THANK YOU FOR JOINING LEGEND AIRLINES TRAVEL AWARDS PROGRAM" LETTER
(1982)  JET AMERICA AIRLINES 1982 ANNUAL REPORT  
(1984)  JET AMERICA AIRLINES 1984 ANNUAL REPORT
(1985)  JET AMERICA AIRLINES 1985 ANNUAL REPORT
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AIRLINES
(1966)  IF WE'RE NO LONGER A LITTLE AIRLINE, HOW COME WE STILL FLY...  
(1966)  CONNECT THE DOTS.  WE DO, 315 TIMES A DAY.   
(1966)  WE HEAR YOU'D PREFER JET TRAVEL, SO WE'RE GOING TO TAKE YOU UP ON IT.   
(1967)  SO HE HAS TO GET INTO THIS TERRITORY...   
(2000)  YOU'LL WANT TO FLY AGAIN.
(2001)  GOODBYE LAX.  
(1978)  WE TOOK 21 SEATS OUT TO PUT MORE COMFORT IN KLM'S BETTER BUSINESS CLASS.  
(1979)  BUSINESS CLASS?  CERTAINLY.  BUT DID YOU KNOW...  
(1979)  TO AMSTERDAM?  YES.  BUT KLM MAY ALSO BE YOUR FASTEST WAY TO...  
(1980)  YOU WANT TO FLY BUSINESS CLASS TO MORE PLACES.  YOU CAN RELY ON KLM.  
(1980)  HOLLAND CELEBRATES A ROYAL YEAR!  
(1980)  GOOD CONNECTIONS?  ABSOLUTELY.  BUT AT KLM'S AMSTERDAM AIRPORT...  
(1981)  WHEN YOU FLY THE WORLD, YOU WANT AN AIRLINE THAT KNOWS THE WORLD.  
(1981)  YOU WANT TO GET TO THE HEART OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST MARKET.  
(1984)  "PASSENGERS VOTE AMSTERDAM SCHIPOL THE BEST TRANSFER AIRPORT IN EUROPE..."  
(1985)  "KLM'S NETWORK STRETCHES NINE TIMES ROUND THE WORLD."  
(1985)  "I'VE NEVER SEEN SO MUCH SPACE ON A SHORT EUROPEAN FLIGHT."  
(1986)  "SOME AIRLINES THING GOOD SERVICE IS THE SMILE ON THE FACE OF A STEWARDESS."  
(1986)  "KLM'S 747 BUSINESS CLASS HAS 2 BY 2 SEATING THROUGHOUT..."  
(1986)  "WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT KLM'S NEW 737?"  
(1987)  "KLM/S SERVICE GETS YOU OFF TO A FLYING START."  
(1987)  "AMSTERDAM SCHIPOL IS EXPANDING ITS ONE TERMINAL CONCEPT."
(1988)  "IT'S POSSIBLE TO FEEL LOST WHEN YOU TRAVEL THE WORLD ON BUSINESS."  
(1989)  "WHY DO ALL MAJOR AIRPORTS HAVE TO BE COMPLICATED?"  
(1989)  "DID YOU KNOW, THAT STEWARDESS SPEAKS YOUR LANGUAGE?"  
(1989)  "YOU'RE SHRINKING THE SKY?"  
(1989)  "I ALWAYS WONDERED WHY KLM PLANES ARE THE COLOR OF THE SKY."