New York Airways Lenticular Postcard

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This flip-animated lenticular postcard puts a spin on New York Airways, c. 1962, by an unknown designer.

New York Airways began flying passengers from Manhattan’s West 30th Street Heliport to Idlewild Airport (now known as John F. Kennedy Airport) in 1953. In 1962, it introduced the twin-turbine Boeing Vertol 107-II on a route that now began at the Downtown Manhattan Heliport that had opened in late 1960. Flights to JFK took ten minutes.

Manufactured for Poster House by L.M. Kartenvertreib. Measures 5.83 x 4.13 inches.

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