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What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Fri Apr 05, 2019 9:04 pm

Ok, at home I have my library of aviation books. Here at work:

1) A replica of the Blue Line/ Boston MBTA "Airport" Station sign
2) A vintage propellor that was gifted to me upon 10 years of service to my congregation
3) A Lego 787 that was assembled along with kids in the congregation
4) A large wooded Continental 777 model
5) A medium size TWA wooden Constelation model
6) A large wooded Delta MD80 model
7) A large wooden 707 prototype model
8) A small die-cast TWA 767 model
9) A small die cast Eastern DC8 model
10) Two vintage TWA posters (Visit Boston - my hometown, and visit Israel, my spiritual home)
11) An El Al Flag.
12) A vintage 747 window cut out
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Re: What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Sun Apr 07, 2019 4:38 pm

All at home.

1). Piedmont Airlines flight schedule from February 1948
2). Piedmont Airlines deck of playing cards from the "Pacemaker" days
3). Pan Am aluminum pin
4). Pan Am schedule from October 27, 1991
5). Air France Watermen pen from Concorde
6). Air France Concorde poster photo departing IAH on a charter flight taken from parallel taxiway to Runway 14L
7). Space Shuttle Challenger photo lifting off Kennedy Space Center signed by most of the Shuttle pilots and NASA Flight Ops folks at Ellington Field (EFD) as thanks for work done with them
8). Two photos of IAH Tower one of which signed by controllers at Houston TRACON for retirement
9). Numerous plaques on walls from U.S. Army ATC and FAA ATC
10).Wings Over Houston Air Show photo of Thunderbirds in formation over EFD
11).Continental Airlines B752 wood model
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Re: What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Thu Apr 18, 2019 11:49 am

I'm an elementary school teacher, so probably not as much in the office for me as others, but I still have plenty at home.

At work:
Delta 717 poster on the wall
A few safety cards on the wall from some of my favorite aircraft.
A model on my desk that I rotate each semester. At the moment it's an Airtran 717 (RIP)
On my students' weekly behavior sheets I have an big airplane stamp that I use
A tin of Boeing airplane-shaped paper clips.
A principles of flight tie that I wear a few times each school year
I also wear an aviation related lapel pin most days. I have a bunch

Home:
All kinds of models. Too many to name.
All kinds of posters. Again, too many to name
1996 Valujet shot glass (no clue why I decided to buy this)
Safety cards galore, most collected myself, but I've traded and bought a good number as well.
Speaking of safety cards, there may or may not be Delta 757-200 safety cards in the seat pockets in the back of my car :duck:
My phone's text tone is the fasten seat belt sign
My flight notebook


I'm probably forgetting something, but that's all I can think of for now.
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Re: What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:41 pm

At work I only really have a special picture frame that work gave us to put a picture of your family in with the words "Whats important to you" (promoting being safe at work) and I have a picture of the red arrows in it, my boss has his car and his boss has a picture of himself (we put it in and he didnt notice(he's a narcissist, lol).

The other thing I have is amenity bags for carrying my electronics things, cables, charger, ear pieces, headphones etc.

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Re: What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Wed May 15, 2019 1:07 pm

1) A replica of the Boing 737
2) A lego that was assembled along with kids in the congregation
3) A medium size wooded model
4) A printed model
5) A helicopter
6) Some countries flags
 
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Re: What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Thu May 16, 2019 2:40 pm

flipdewaf wrote:
"Whats important to you" (promoting being safe at work) and I have a picture of the red arrows in it, my boss has his car and his boss has a picture of himself (we put it in and he didnt notice(he's a narcissist, lol

Fred


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Re: What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Wed May 22, 2019 3:00 pm

At home, I have a 1/400 scale airport complete with aircraft, ground cars, and 3 terminals plus a cargo section. I've worked on it since college, and while it's been "completed" for years now, I'm always selling and buying aircraft and improving my layout. Also, my calendar has pictures of aircraft on it, this month it's a Southwest 737 Classic in the mustard livery. I also have 1/200 scale models of the aircraft types that I've flown in my career. My office, on the other hand, well...
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Re: What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Thu May 23, 2019 10:49 am

a bag, a calendar and an MD-11 1:400 model, all LH Cargo - all part of a welcome kit of my last business visit at LH Cargo HQ (we're LHC supplier)
an Alitalia Cargo MD-11 poster (we were supplier)
a Saudia Cargo B777 model (we are supplier)
also had a very rare Kalitta Air mug, but I broke it.
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Re: What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Sat May 25, 2019 1:58 am

At work -
United 1:200s - 777-200, 777-300, (2) 757-200, 757-300, 747-400, 737-900, CRJ-200, 787-8
Hawaiian 1:200s - 321N, Ohana ATR, 717-200
Crossair MD80 (in McDonald's colors)

Home -
WAY too many 1:400s that I need to (sell, get rid of)
WAY too many 1:200s that I need to thin out
Hundreds of Airways magazines, a lot of Southwest Luv magazines, big collections of Mohawk, Allegheny, American, QANTAS stuff
Some old OAGs (the old timetable editions), some old ABC guides
Flight attendant manuals (Braniff, Northwest, Delta? .. I don't remember)
And lots of other stuff that I need to thin out ..
OH and some bound editions of Aviation Week, Flight International ..
 
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Re: What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Wed May 29, 2019 12:11 pm

A twa 747 pan am 747, ba 747 Air France dc 10, all in 1:400
 
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Re: What airline/ travel stuff do you have in your office at work?

Thu Jun 13, 2019 3:34 pm

All are at home; though I have multiple model jetliners that I have too many to list here, so I'll list my favorites below:

1:200:
Gemini200 Southwest B737-700 in Missouri One livery
Hogan Wings TWA B747-100
Gemini200 American Eagle ERJ-145

1:400 (collected more in this scale than all others):
GeminiJets Alaska Airlines B737-900ER new livery
GeminiJets Delta A321 w/ Sharklets
GeminiJets American Airlines B777-200 in old Tribar livery (before the current livery)
GeminiJets British Asia Airways B747-400 in Landor livery
Herpa Lufthansa A380

1:500:
InFlight 500 British Airways B747-400 in current Union Jack livery
Herpa American Eagle CRJ-900
Herpa American Airlines B787-9 Dreamliner
Aero500 ANA B777-300

Plus one rare 1:600 Schabak Air France Concorde that I've bought from a flea market in California last September!

I also have three 1:48 Revell models that I've built: B-17G Flying Fortress, P-61 Black Widow, and A-10 Warthog.

Literature-wise, I have at least two books bought from the Museum of Flight in Seattle; a couple of in-flight mags (mainly from American Airlines' American Way and United's Hemispheres); and an AA ERJ-145 safety card.

I also collect luggage tags from various airlines in various airports (American, Delta, Southwest, Spirit, United, US Airways, and several others).

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