National Geographic : 1961 Apr
Suddenly, you're a gondolier! Well, you almost are! But that's what being in Italy feels like. Whether you're coffee-ing on the Via Veneto in Rome, ambling through the hand kerchief-size piazza on Capri, or gliding down a Venetian canal... you're part of the gay life around you. Italy is yours, as it were. Yours, too, will be the pleasure of jetting there aboard BOAC. The "life" aboard a BOAC jetliner is beyond compare. Take the service, for instance. It's called the best in the world... all over the world. Justifiably you'll agree. About the price. It's really a trifle considering the fun you'll have. Aboard the giant Rolls-Royce 707, as little as $486 Economy Class round-trip New York to London; $620.30 to Rome by jet. Even less on the jet-prop Britannia. So, why not suddenly feel like a gondolier... or a bagpiper... or a matador. It's "easy as BOAC" to jet to the proper surroundings. And your Travel Agent makes it even easier. Ask him. Or write BOAC for 1961 Tour folders. BAWorld Leader in Jet Travel 2 8A 0 BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORPORATION 530 Fifth Avenue, New York 36, N. Y. Direct flights to Europe from Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Honolulu, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Montreal, Toronto. And starting June 2nd, new direct service from Washington/Baltimore. Offices also in all principal cities.