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Civil Aviation in 1960
selected pictures of
loading ramps at San Francisco International Airport.
Telescoping corridors contect the terminal to the
entrances of DC-8 airliners. As of the end of 1960
similar ramps were being built at New York, Chicago, Los
Angeles, and Seattle.
Opened unofficially on May 24,
the overhanging roof of the $12 million Pan American
World Airways terminal at New York International Airport
was designed to protect both passengers and planes from
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