A Traveler Meets Air Traffic Control

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A Traveler Meets Air Traffic Control title card.

Documentary (1963)

An FAA worker explains how his organization works to a fellow passenger while on a flight from Chicago to Los Angeles.

Sikorsky S-58C

Registration N878, c/n 58-350 built in 1958.

Reg. N878 Sikorsky S-58C of Chicago Helicopter Airways.
Reg. N878 Sikorsky S-58C of Chicago Helicopter Airways.

Landing at Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD/KORD).

Reg. N878 Sikorsky S-58C of Chicago Helicopter Airways.

TWA's Boeing 707-131 on the right.

Reg. N878 Sikorsky S-58C of Chicago Helicopter Airways.

Douglas DC-8 on the right.

Reg. N878 Sikorsky S-58C of Chicago Helicopter Airways.

Various Aircraft

At Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD/KORD).
On the left, a Lockheed Constellation and a Vickers Viscount on its right.
On the right, two Douglas DC-8.
In the far background, from right to the left, a Douglas DC-4, a Douglas DC-6 and another Douglas DC-4.

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Foreground on the left, is a Lockheed L-188A Electra of Eastern Air Lines.
In the background, from left to right, a Douglas DC-6, two Boeing 720-022 and another DC-6, all these aircraft from United Air Lines.

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In the background left, two Douglas DC-8 of United Air Lines.
On the background right, a Lockheed Constellation then a Boeing 707 and another Boeing 707-131 all of them from TWA-Trans World Airlines.

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Boeing 707-131

At Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD/KORD).

Boeing 707-131 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Lockheed L-188A Electra & Douglas DC-8

At Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD/KORD).
Lockheed Electra on the left, Douglas DC-8 on the right.

Lockheed L-188A Electra of Eastern Air Lines and Douglas DC-8 of United Air Lines.

Douglas DC-8-21

At Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD/KORD). United's logo.

Douglas DC-8-21 of United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-8-21 of United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-8-21 of United Air Lines.

Landing at Los Angeles International Airport.

Douglas DC-8-21 of United Air Lines.

Douglas DC-8-21 & Convair 990A Coronado

In the background, rather blurry but well recognizable, a Convair 990A Coronado of AA.

Douglas DC-8-21 of United Air Lines and Convair 990A Coronado of American Airlines.

Douglas DC-8-51

United's logo.

Douglas DC-8-51 of United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-8-51 of United Air Lines.

Douglas DC-8-51

Douglas DC-8-51 of Delta Air Lines.

Convair F-106A Delta Dart

Serial 58-0783 c/n 8-24-114. Moved to the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC) in 1984. sent to AEL Inc. in 1989 and converted to a QF-106A drone. Shot down by an AIM-120 Feb 21, 1992.

Reg.58-0783 Convair F-106A Delta Dart of the USAF.

Cessna 182F Skylane

Registration N3306U, c/n 18254706 built in 1963. Brand new at the time of filming.

Reg.N3306U Cessna 182F Skylane.

Beechcraft 23 Musketeer

Registration N2390J, c/n M-344 built in 1963. Brand new at the time of filming.

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Douglas DC-7B

No doubt about the DC-7 versus the DC-6, it has the DC-7 name on the tail fin, and the row of window match correctly the DC-7.

Douglas DC-7B of United Airlines.

Boeing 720-024B

Boeing 720-024B of Continental Airlines.

Boeing 720-022 & Douglas DC-6 & Vickers 745D Viscount

Front to back, with UAL's logo. A United's DC-8 taxiing in the background.

Boeing 720-022, Douglas DC-6, and Vickers 745D Viscount of United Air Lines.

Vickers 745D Viscount & Douglas DC-8-21

Registration N7457, c/n 212. Crashed into a mountain in Columbia in March, 1982. The Douglas DC-8-21 wear United's logo.

Reg. N7457 Vickers 745D Viscount and Douglas DC-8-21 of United Air Lines.

Boeing 707-351C

Boeing 707-351C of Northwest Orient Airlines.

Douglas DC-6

Douglas DC-6 of United Air Lines.


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