Qantas Airways Limited is the flag carrier of Australia and is the world's third-oldest airline still in operation, having been founded in November 1920.
Ethiopian Air Lines playing cards designed by Melles Habtezghi with courts wearing regional costumes, c.1969.
Souvenir playing cards from Garuda Indonesia Airlines, the national airline of Indonesia.
Biggles card game published by Pepys Games in 1955 based on the popular books by Capt W E Johns.
Banco playing cards for Air France manufactured by Draeger Frères, c.1952.
British Airways Concorde playing cards made in Belgium by Carta Mundi, before 2003.
Playing cards designed by Max Velthuijs for KLM airlines first published c.1964
“Squadron Scramble” card games for identifying military planes, Whitman Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin, 1942.
“War Planes” playing cards for aircraft recognition published by Temple Press Limited, c.1940.
“European Phrase” playing cards produced for Caledonian Airways, 1994.
Dual advertising deck for Eastern Airlines and Ryder Trucks, produced by Hoyle, 1983.
Nu-Vue playing cards by Brown & Bigelow have novel courts and a special tint which are promoted as “the modern eye-saving concept in playing cards”
World Tour Quiz Game published by Tactic Group for Finnair involves recognising flags from different countries and their locations on the map.
“History of Aviation” playing cards published by Lo Scarabeo (2003) in which every card carries a painting representing an aspect of the history of powered flight.
Jetsetter playing cards, inspired by aviation, air travel and jet-setting.
A card game commemorating the first round the world flight by the Graf Zeppelin, published by J.W. Spear & Söhne, Nuremberg, in 1930.
Published in 1933, this game celebrated the burgeoning passenger services by air around the world. Spears Weltflug Quartette was produced in German, Dutch and English versions.
Special pack for Aeronaves de Mexico S.A., designed by Ramón Valdiosera Berman, mid-1960s.