Long before movies, video games and magicians and manicurists, magazines and playing cards were the only form of in-flight entertainment. Being a low cost item,
and with lasting advertising value, an airline has captured the attention of passengers. As a general rule a card is defined as an airline card if an airline name, logo, or aircraft is imprinted on the box, back or face card, indicating it was issued by an airline company. There are also optional cards which include cards such as tourists and /or commercial souvenirs which may or may not be official airline issues.
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