Welcome to the World Airline Historical Society
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Welcome to the World Airline Historical Society. We are dedicated to preserving the history of the airlines of the world. Our contributors are experts in all facets of airline memorabilia, and the WAHS sponsors the annual Airliners International™ convention, for over 45 years, the world’s largest airline collectibles show. Access to our current articles and archives is free, all we ask is that you register so we can keep you updated on Airliners International™ and special events. Welcome and ENJOY!
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WAHS in the Media
Watch Connor from Redriveraviation’s video on Airliners International 2023: AVIATION ENTHUSIASTS’ dream convention!
Listen to this podcast where the guys from Next Trip Network interview WAHS director Chris Slimmer: (Episode 083)
Listen to this podcast episode where the Next Trip guys talk about Airliners International™ 2021 PHX: Episode 085
Check out this gallery from USA TODAY: Airline Memorabilia: From Barf Bags to Dinnerware, Shows Have it All
Don’t miss this 2019 Atlanta Journal-Constitution article: Airline memorabilia collectors head to Hartsfield-Jackson
Antiques and the Arts Weekly’s 2019 article: Come Fly with Me…The World of Airline Collectibles
What’s at an airline collectibles show? View these Atlanta Journal-Constitution photos from Airliners International™ 2015
The WAHS on The Jet Set – Watch the video: The Jet Set – Episode 15 | Season 3
OH, LUCKY MAN!
Jon Proctor – the late aviation historian, author and “Oh Lucky Man” created a website: jonproctor.net. His website is maintained with his final writings and photos prior to his death. Please browse and enjoy this visit into Jon’s illustrious life! Friends of Jon and the World Airline Historical Society continue to support his website, though new content will not be added. Click to read Jon’s obituary.
Airline Postcard Database
Check out the latest addition to the WAHS-associated websites: AirlinePostcardDatabase.com – one of the world’s largest databases of airline and aircraft postcards with over 18,000 images available for viewing. Use this resource to see what postcards are missing from your collection!
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