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Complete vintage game from 1972. Here is the ad copy from the back of the box:

"Run Your Own Airline...Play the unique game about one of today's largest industries. Experience the excitement and frustration of operating an actual airline by playing AIRPORT. It's fun! It's educational! It's Realistic!

Play the role of an airline president. Buy and lease airplanes, plan routes to different cities and make other important decisions. Throughout the game, your strategies will change in view of the competitive conditions.

Experience uncontrollable events and problems encountered daily in the airline industry. Workers go on strike, flights are grounded by bad weather, a computer breakdown causes reservation mix-ups, and a hijacker forces a Florida-bound flight to make an unscheduled stop in Cuba.

An intriguing game of the actual intricacies involved in the operation of an airline. Relying on skill and judgement, the first one to make a million dollars wins the game. you will enjoy playing it again and again."

This sale ships FedEx Ground which includes tracking, delivery confirmation, and insurance. If I can fit multiple purchases in the same package, I will happily combine shipping. Please contact me if you need a faster shipping option. International buyers message me for a quote on shipping and I'll discount the rate if I can. All returns accepted (less shipping) if initiated within 7 business days of receipt. Please return product and all packaging. If you have any questions, please ask!

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1972 Dynamic Design Industries - Airport: The Airline Game

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: Paper, Cardboard, Glue, Plastic
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 20 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2 people