I'm Cheryl. Fly Me.
Vsnmx on 09/04/2009
|Test your knowledge of the friendly skies with this quiz about airlines of the world. Don't worry, you won't have to check in any luggage, stand in any long lines or take your shoes off. Just sit back and enjoy the trip!|
(FYI: In case you were wondering about the name of this quiz, here's the deal. In 1971, the now defunct airline National Airlines, based in Florida, named its fleet of aircraft after females and started the "Fly Me" ad campaign. Stewardesses were featured in ads with the suggestive tag-line "I'm _____. Fly me." The first and most famous was named Cheryl. Considering this was the dawn of the women's liberation movement, this ad campaign enraged feminists, but in the first year of the campaign National's business increased 23%. National upped the ante in 1974 by changing the "fly me" ad campaign to "I'm going to fly you like you've never been flown before." Ultimately, in 1980, Pan Am bought National Airlines and National ceased to exist.)
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