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We pop in on London 37 times a week. (And we have the Super VC 10.) Frankly, it would be embarrassing if BOAC weren't the most conven ient way to fly to London. So we've scheduled twenty-eight flights a week from New York. Nine a week from Bos ton. And two a week from Miami. All of them direct. And if this wide choice of flights isn't rea- son enough to fly with us, there's another reason: the Super VC 10. In case you haven't heard, it's the most ad vanced aircraft you can fly in for the next six years. (That's when the supersonics will be along.) The Super VC 10 takes off 25% quicker than any other transat- lantic jet. And lands 20 mph slower. Its jet engines (the most powerful ever built) are at the rear. Which leaves the wings clean for better lift and all the noise behind. It has a more com fortable economy-class seat. One with lots of ex tra leg-room. It keeps you nice and cool, even on the ground. Your Travel Agent knows all about London, our flights there, and the Super VC 10. Popinonhimbe fore you go. SB OAC AND BOAC CUNARD ServicesoperatedlorBOACCUNARD byBOAC For reservations see your Travel Agent or call British Overseas Airways Corporation. Offices in all principal cities.