Welcome to Airline Timetable Images, a website devoted to the collecting of
Here you will find cover images of many timetables, both old and new.
The majority consists of system timetables from the collections of
Björn Larsson and
but many are contributions from other collectors.
INDEX / UPDATES / SEARCH
Please see the list of airlines with timetable cover
images on this site.
There is a separate list of complete timetables.
You can also check the latest
If you don't find what you are looking for, please use the search engine.
AIRLINE BAGGAGE LABELS
We have added a section with images of airline baggage labels as a special bonus to our
It is supervised by Daniel Kusrow.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you - fellow collectors, dealers and other
individuals - who have helped us enhancing our collections over the years. We are particularly indebted to
our contributors who have provided additional timetable and baggage label images, photos
Björn Larsson and David Zekria
We hope you like what you find on this site. Please e-mail
Björn if you have any comments (e.g. if you find any inaccuracies in the
information given) or requests. If you are looking for a
specific timetable or an airline not included, don't hesitate to ask. We may have it and can
send you a scan - or even display it for others to enjoy.
Thank you for viewing!
Uppsala, Sweden, June 2000.
Perry Sloan's great website with a large number of images of timetables,
plus listings of known timetable publication dates from the dawn of
airline operations - a huge task, still in the making.
This webiste, maintained by Craig Morris,
has timetables (and other aviation ephemera) for sale.
David Keller has written a learned account of airline timetable collecting,
giving advice on how to take care of your timetables.
You can find it on the paper items page
a website maintained by several collectors of airline memorabilia,
also dealing with the collecting of postcards, china, wings etc.
David has an online store listing thousands of airline timetables.
You will also find him and his tables at a number of U.S. airliner shows.
Oliver Hambly's website with airline timetables for sale - and lots of other transport memorabilia in addition.
A website not mainly for timetables is David Levine's site, though with many great images of airline brochures
(including some timetables), luggage labels and a whole lot of other ephemera, primarily from the Art Deco period.
The website of the Airways magazine combined with the former Airchive website of Chris Sloan.
Many old timetables to be found in the Timetables & Route Maps section.
Daniel Kusrow's and Björn Larsson's website about Aeromarine Airways
- a true pioneer
in U.S. aviation - includes timetables and lots of photos.
Airliners International, The Delta Flight Museum, Atlanta, June 16-20, 2015
Time Flies... Timetables from All Over the World