First off, let me just say....that..was...AAAWWESOME!!!
Ok, now for the serious answer.
Eastern Air Lines was once the "Offical Airline of Walt Disney World," and opened a theme ride in Tomorrowland called, "If You Had Wings." It opened shortly after Disney World opened in the 70s, and well...it was pretty weak.
But, EA had a really cool L-1011 model (later a five foot long B-757) in the exit lobby outside the ride. If memory serves, they even operated a City Ticket Office out of the Magic Kingdom for a short while.
When EA went into Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, they opted out of the Disney marketing deal, since it was an expense they simply could not afford.
Delta Air Lines became the "Official Airline" for the Magic Kingdom, and opened a ride in the old Tomorrowland space EA had vacated. It was called "Dreamflight"...and well, it was even weaker.
Last I'd heard, DL had dismantled Dreamflight entirely.
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