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PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 6:21 am    Post subject: Air India 747-200s classic interiors of the '70s & '80s Reply with quote

My collection of images of the classic interiors on the Air India 747-200s from the '70s & '80s.
A few of these I've found online, most others are from Air India memorablia and other photographs I've collected of the time frame spanning my father's career of flying the 747-237.




VT-EBD "Emperor Ashoka" LHR-BOM, May 7 1971






VT-EBE "Emperor Shahjehan", Early '70s





VT-EBO "Emperor Vikramaditya", 1972




Early '80s




This one might be the interiors on the 707, but here it is anyway





The original "bar" and in-flight entertainment - the magazine rack.







From version I of the 747 promotional brochure - early 1970s








From version II of the 747 promotional brochure - early 1970s




From the October 1 - December 31 1971 timetable




Updated upper deck - late '80s





I do not recall the interior of the upper deck lounge having those interiors, so this might have been a mock-up


Further image additions would be welcome.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 6:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What a lovely collection!
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 11:02 pm    Post subject: Re: Air India 747-200s classic interiors of the '70s & ' Reply with quote

Nice collection mate! Thanks for sharing.

I really liked those typically Indian designs on the bulkhead. They were so unique. It is unfortunate that they were replaced later on.


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Going by the shape of the windows, I think these are either A300 or A310, not the 747. Typical Airbus windows those.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 18, 2013 1:28 am    Post subject: Re: Air India 747-200s classic interiors of the '70s & ' Reply with quote

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Going by the shape of the windows, I think these are either A300 or A310, not the 747. Typical Airbus windows those.

Thank you for that, they have been removed from here now.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2013 5:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

there can be no Maharaja without those wallpapers

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

WOW! Sexy pics!
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2013 10:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Amazing pictures. They bring back old memories.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2013 4:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Amazing pictures. They bring back old memories.


I was hoping to get you to add some.
BTW, would you by any chance have a pic of the old Air India crew transport vans that were used for crew pick-up/drop-off and DR (dispatch rider) duties ?
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BTW, would you by any chance have a pic of the old Air India crew transport vans that were used for crew pick-up/drop-off and DR (dispatch rider) duties ?


This is what I was referring to. Any more pics ?


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 6:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for those pics! I had the AI 747 brochure titled "The 747th Wonder of the World" but lost it during a move. Those pics bring back great memories.

Also, I don't believe that any of those pictures are of the 707s. The 707s had flat wall panels, not the kind in which the windows were recessed.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 9:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

None of those pictures are of the Airbus A300/310.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 9:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jaysit wrote:
None of those pictures are of the Airbus A300/310.


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Going by the shape of the windows, I think these are either A300 or A310, not the 747. Typical Airbus windows those.

Thank you for that, they have been removed from here now.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 20, 2014 11:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

These are the interiors on the 707, and from the '60s, but here they are anyway.




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PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 11:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great view of the first class on the classic 747-237s, with those red magazine covers.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 11:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

they'll have to do something like this if they want to be top notch again.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 01, 2014 5:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just wish "The bygone times of the Indian Skies" on Facebook and their members would quit stealing my pics from this thread and posting it to their page !
And not to mention some douche called "Yogesh Naik" doing the same on "Hobby Flyers India" page on FB ... that clown has ripped my pics from pretty much every thread !
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2014 10:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I just wish "The bygone times of the Indian Skies" on Facebook and their members would quit stealing my pics from this thread and posting it to their page !
And not to mention some douche called "Yogesh Naik" doing the same on "Hobby Flyers India" page on FB ... that clown has ripped my pics from pretty much every thread !
Jesus !!


They need to at least mention the source of the pictures and give credit! Shameful that folks are not doing that Sad
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2014 10:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's a slightly different and clearer one of a pic I've posted earlier, but it shows those amazing grey plastic tube headphones from the early 80s !

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Here's a slightly different and clearer one of a pic I've posted earlier, but it shows those amazing grey plastic tube headphones from the early 80s !




Thank you, "The bygone times of the Indian Skies" for stealing my pics form here, posting them on your facebook page, and even having the gall to add your own watermark. You scumbags are a bunch of A-holes, to say the least !

PS: Don't forget to copy my description of the pics, verbatim - might help you get even more "likes", douchebags !
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2014 12:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

747- I'd posted the following on the Bygone time's FB page:
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The bygone times - please do not "lift" material posted by others and put your own copyright. Please refer to the OP's comment here: http://airlinersindia.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php...


To which I got the following reply.
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Hello Mr. Nimish Gupta, Please check for the availability of the pic which was posted on "The Bygone Times Of The Indian Skies" on google and in old Air India diaries which I have under my possession. The pic was scanned from them so it was not "Lifted" as you mentioned. Credits to the photographers are duly given in the page. Please take the pain to scroll down and see for yourself. Bhargav Thantry [Admin Bygone Times]


Per Bhargav - he has scanned the picture himself and has not lifted it from your picture.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2014 4:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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747- I'd posted the following on the Bygone time's FB page:
Per Bhargav - he has scanned the picture himself and has not lifted it from your picture.


Hey Nimish, thanks a bunch; appreciate it.

Long story short, that guy is a liar. One doesn't have to be a forensic detective to see that the pics are identical to what I have posted here (included creases and marks in some pics, and scans from my brochures). Of course, "the availability of the pic on google" will obviously point to pics posted here. This guy and others like "Andrew Kuriakose", "Yogesh Naik", "Atc Sankar Basu Rc" and others from "Hobby Flyers India" & "Bygone Times "are pretty much trolls on this forum and lift pics from this and other threads (AI Postcards, AI IL62M / L1011, etc) and make them their own on FB. One of those clowns "Yogesh Naik" is a Mid Day journalist (our mutual friend Nianne-Lynn says hi, punk), with absolutely no concept of plagiarism.

Anyways, thanks for the effort though. I doubt it will have any effect on the likes of these. Interestingly enough, I can't see your post of their FB page. Anyway, I'm glad folks on here can enjoy my collection as much as I enjoy sharing them; and perhaps guys like Jay & Himmat can relate to these as I can, from a time when we were (much) younger. Just for that, I should post some more. Watch this space.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2014 5:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

747 - why don't you watermark your images - the ones you scan and put up? That should cut down on the downright plagiarism...
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I saw this get uploaded onto Airliners.net, and only a few minutes later I saw the same pic, without the Airliners.net sign below and the name of the photographer, on the Airliners-India group on Facebook...long before he created his page. No credits given. When I asked him, he said that someone gave him the picture.......
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2014 6:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The plagiarism is very sad for us enthusiasts. 747-237: I know AI's glory days have been special for you, Sanjay and Himmat because of your parents' links with the airline - they are also very special to many like me, who have admired JRD's airline from our early days, even though we did not have a relative working for the airline. In my case, it was not just seeing the 707s and the 742s in the sky: it was also the stories told by my father (he has been flying AI and IC since the 1960s, mostly on official duty). I did not have an extensive collection of memorabilia as the three of you have, but I used to treasure every timetable, every magazine, every picture postcard, and all these tid-bits. Most of these got lost over the years, and after Papa's retirement, when we had to hurridly shift to a tiny house, these seem to have finally got lost with the sands of time (though I recall seeing a 1966 postcard of an AI B707 somewhere, at my parents' place, a few years back). I find it very depressing that someone does not respect all these cherished memories, and if I may add, even dreams, which built up the fascination many of us have for aviation today.
Jishnu: thank you for pulling this out. Scholefield has some of the best collections on A.net, and this picture is a beauty. Also of personal interest to me is the Caravelle to the right of the picture!
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2014 8:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nimish wrote:
747 - why don't you watermark your images - the ones you scan and put up? That should cut down on the downright plagiarism...


Yeah Nimish, you're quite right, I wish I had the time and inclination to do so. That would be the smarter thing to do.

Sumantra, I think the ultimate was some guy called "Kabir" on another forum posting one of those 2 uber rare pics of V2-LEO from your Air India's Il-62 thread, and including my comment "Apparently she was leased by AI only for one day !! " verbatim, (include the exclamation marks).
I've also seen my scan of the pic of CCCP-86512 at SVO from a book that I have, with the downward pointing arrow I edited in, on a Russian website.
I guess FB posts take to another level, since the premise is that it is the poster's picture. Oh well ! Anyways, let's move on.

PM me your address, I'll mail you some old Air India postcards. Or better yet, post your address here - you never know who sends you what, then!
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2014 9:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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.... admired JRD's airline from our early days.


Then this is for you, Sumantra: JRD inside a 747-237 (Emperor Shahjehan, I believe).... and at his desk fidgeting with his 747-237 model (which I'm sure you'll agree, really ought to be in my Air India Model collection)!


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Oooh thank you, these pictures are collectors' items! You remember the Emperor Shah Jehan interior so well that you can immediately identify the bird! My guess is that this is another of JRD's personal touches, during a monsoon visit at Bombay, and wow...real silverware! The right-side JRD photo is very poignant. Please point out my mistakes: I somehow seem to miss the hyphen between `Air ' and `India' in this picture (could be the lighting), and the engines do not look that realistic (could be the angle).
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Oooh thank you, these pictures are collectors' items! You remember the Emperor Shah Jehan interior so well that you can immediately identify the bird! My guess is that this is another of JRD's personal touches, during a monsoon visit at Bombay, and wow...real silverware!


Glad you enjoyed them. And yes, I actually remember the real silverware in First Class back in the day.

I believe the picture on the left was taken the day Emperor ShahJehan reached BOM after delivery. Here are some more after he stepped off the airplane:





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The right-side JRD photo is very poignant. Please point out my mistakes: I somehow seem to miss the hyphen between `Air ' and `India' in this picture (could be the lighting), and the engines do not look that realistic (could be the angle).


You are correct - that is a very old-school model. The oldest in my collection is an early '70s PacMin. This one seems to predate that, and is very basic and far from accurate. It is still precious though, specially being from the era it belongs to.
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PM me your address, I'll mail you some old Air India postcards. Or better yet, post your address here - you never know who sends you what, then!
747-237, thank you very much for the kind offer! However, I think it will be much better for history's sake, if you keep the post cards with you, and enthrall us with your lovely thread on the postcards, for eternity. I am not a good collector, and am unable to take care of some other (non-aviation-related) items I have. The one post-card that I saw at my father's place a few years back is that famous VT-DJI picture (the first one you posted, incidentally!) taken from slightly below. For me, thart represented the ultimate in aviation: the lovely engine pylon colours, the distinctive tail livery, the stylised Centaur, the forward jut-out from the tail top, the canoe-like thin fairing under the fuselage (the ventral fin), the black nose, the little Indian flag: all that symbolised the best that could be, the most beautiful plane ever designed, and in my nation's colours. It filled a little heart with pride and joy, for many years, and you have brought back so many sweet memories, right now. I must search out that picture now at my parents' place!
Thanks once again, Sumantra.
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747-237 wrote:
I believe the picture on the left was taken the day Emperor ShahJehan reached BOM after delivery. Here are some more after he stepped off the airplane
The lady in that picture resembles a yesteryears' film star (actually, a combination of Tanuja Samarth and Gul Panag, if I may Smile ), and her tip-top perfect looks embodies the JRD philosophy: the 1970s-style stylish hair-do, simple make-up without heavy embellishments on the ears for instance, a broad from-the-heart smile, a perfectly worn silk saree with a matching blouse, and a stylish but simple black thin-strapped gold-coloured watch. It is amazing to how much level of detail JRD went, to ensure that his airline would be second to none. Yes, his airline, which thankfully is on somewhat of an upward ascent from the nadir of depths it had plummeted to.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 05, 2014 5:10 pm    Post subject: Re: Air India 747-200s classic interiors of the '70s & ' Reply with quote

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Nimish wrote:
747- I'd posted the following on the Bygone time's FB page:
Per Bhargav - he has scanned the picture himself and has not lifted it from your picture.


Hey Nimish, thanks a bunch; appreciate it.

Long story short, that guy is a liar. One doesn't have to be a forensic detective to see that the pics are identical to what I have posted here (included creases and marks in some pics, and scans from my brochures). Of course, "the availability of the pic on google" will obviously point to pics posted here. This guy and others like "Andrew Kuriakose", "Yogesh Naik", "Atc Sankar Basu Rc" and others from "Hobby Flyers India" & "Bygone Times "are pretty much trolls on this forum and lift pics from this and other threads (AI Postcards, AI IL62M / L1011, etc) and make them their own on FB. One of those clowns "Yogesh Naik" is a Mid Day journalist (our mutual friend Nianne-Lynn says hi, punk), with absolutely no concept of plagiarism.

Anyways, thanks for the effort though. I doubt it will have any effect on the likes of these. Interestingly enough, I can't see your post of their FB page. Anyway, I'm glad folks on here can enjoy my collection as much as I enjoy sharing them; and perhaps guys like Jay & Himmat can relate to these as I can, from a time when we were (much) younger. Just for that, I should post some more. Watch this space.



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VT-EBE "Emperor Shahjehan", Early '70s


I guess that A-hole Bharghav Thantry (or whatever his name is) at "The bygone times of the Indian Skies " is at it again. This time using my pic of Shahjehan's upper deck. Nimish, at least he had the "courtesy" to add "Src: Airliners India" (if not to my user name) to his stolen post. Apparently, the only way he knew it is the upper deck on Shahjehan, was if he saw it here.
Goes to show that his earlier argument of having the same pics and memorabilia as I do, was BS. This and other SOBs (and there are quite a few of them, right "Clarence D'Sa"?) obviously never had seen the insides of the 742s/707s, nor have access to memorabilia of that era, so this and other threads serve as their happy hunting ground. QED.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2014 11:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some improvement is better than none - but it's sad to see folks post pics without crediting the source!
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 21, 2014 11:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Amazing pics.....
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 30, 2014 7:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi 747-237,
My apologies on the lift. No harm intended .
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 30, 2014 10:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good to see an apology, for a change.

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These are the interiors on the 707, and from the '60s, but here they are anyway.


And our resident stealin' SOB, Bharghav Thantry strikes again ! You just don't cease to copy-paste (with your "watermark"), do you, punk !?
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2014 3:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey Deb, why don't you watermark the pics in BIG BOLD letters before you post it here. If we want a copy of the pics without the watermark, we will PM you and you can mail it to us Cool
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Hey Deb, why don't you watermark the pics in BIG BOLD letters before you post it here. If we want a copy of the pics without the watermark, we will PM you and you can mail it to us Cool


You're quite right Raj ... I ought to. And yeah, I'll be glad to email you my archives - after all, as an Air India pilot you have as much of a link to this history as I do, if not more.
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