Among the planes that now rest in the Airpark annex of the Museum of Flight just outside Seattle, Washington, you'll find a Lockheed Super Constellation wearing the colors of Trans-Canada Airlines, which evolved into today's Air Canada. The Super Constellation was one of the first airliners to take to the skies after the Second World War, and it was a fixture of air travel in the 1950s before the Jet Age really got in gear. This plane wasn't open to the public when I visited, unlike Air Force One and the Concorde, but the pictures I've seen speak of an old, vanished style that stands in stark contrast to what you'd find today.
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