Northwest Airlines 1930's Sky Zephyrs Bag Sticker Phone Case

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This phone case features a 1930's bag sticker used by Northeast Airlines promoting their "Sky Zephyrs".  The Lockheed 14 is normally referred to as the Super Electra. However, Northwest dubbed them 'Sky Zephyr'. Northwest first flew the Sky Zephyr, Lockheed 14 from 1937 to 1939.

Northwest Airlines was founded on September 1, 1926, by Colonel Lewis Brittin, under the name Northwest Airways, a reference to the historical name for the Midwestern United States that derived from the Northwest Territory. Like other early airlines, Northwest's focus was not in hauling passengers, but in flying mail for the U.S. Post Office Department. The airline was originally based in Detroit, Michigan. In the late 1940's with transpacific flights established, Northwest began to advertise itself as Northwest Orient Airlines, although its registered corporate name remained "Northwest Airlines." On April 14, 2008, Northwest Airlines announced that it would be merging with Delta Air Lines to form the world's largest airline. The merger was approved on October 29, 2008.

This is a slim fit, lightweight and durable mobile phone cover. One-piece clip-on slim fitting case that allows full access to all device ports.

Available Models:
• IPhone 6/6 Plus, 7/7 Plus, 8/8 Plus and X.
• Samsung Galaxy 5, 6/6E, 7/7E and 8/8P.