During its first five years NAC struggled financially and suffered three fatal crashes. To build confidence, this advertisement played up the airline’s wealth of experience. In fact, airline services expanded rapidly after the Second World War as travellers came to appreciate the convenience of flying.
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Te Ara - The Encyclopedia of New Zealand
Reference: Evening Post 1950s
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