My Airline Collection

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Platter & plastic Salt/Pepper Shakers
DC-8 model from Gemini Jets
Past China Patterns
Aircraft Models are recent issues in corresponding Paint Schemes
1970's thru 1980's "Minneapolis" pattern
727-200 from Dragon Wings

Advertising & Promotional Items

A hub at Washington DC's National Airport ? A pin and promo card from 1991.
DC-9 from AeroClassics
Click here for a zoom in of the pin

Bumper sticker for the new 747-400. Dragon Wings 747-400. Note the "old" color scheme, but w/o "Orient" in the name.

A Button for new Boston to London flights.
This was the start of expansion into Europe which eventually lead to dropping "Orient" from their name.

A New "World Business Class" : Comfort on a Higher Plane
The cover of a 10 page brochure promoting Northwest / KLM "new" World Business Class

Dinner service items in the current "Brittin" pattern with a page on World Business Class Dining as a backdrop. This pattern is also used by KLM.

Above: A timetable from December, 1976, along with the centerfold route map.
Below: A 1956 route map and selected pages. Click on each for a readable copy.

My Personal Northwest Fleet
All 1:400 scale diecast metal collector's models
Click here to go to the Northwest Website's Library of Aircraft Photos

Northwest has the largest DC-9 fleet any airline has ever had.
Ironically, they never ordered one.
All NW DC-9s were acquired though mergers.
North Central bought Southern & Hughes Airwest to become Republic.
Republic was purchased by Northwest.

Gemini Jets 757 & AeroClassics DC-9

747 and A320 by Dragon Wings

Worldplane 747-400. Designed with pictures drawn by children. Celebrating 50 years of Pacific service.

In 2004 Northwest adopted a new logo and color scheme
Aircraft started seeing the new design first. Service items started arriving in late 2005 and onward.

This new section of the page is still under construction

This page was last updated on May 31, 2006
My Airline Collection