Because US airline connections to Moscow were simply not done at the time. It is similar now; US citizens can fly to Cuba, but not on US Airways. They bounce through Canada or Mexico to get there.JimRob wrote:BOAC's British, actually; it was the British state airline from 1939-1974. Why the Beatles travelled in song from Miami to the USSR using them isn't clear to me, though.
Oho!Rennen wrote:Actually, it's quite obviously Australian
Mako wrote:I don't recall any photos of the fab four with a BOAC jetliner though...
PROKOFIEV2000 wrote:Mako wrote:I don't recall any photos of the fab four with a BOAC jetliner though...i typed this all out once before and tried to post it, but the internet ate it so here i go again! this was my weird excuse for stepping back in here and saying this: jim, i still read AF, and i love it, even though storylines like this generally go in one eye and out the other for me. but it's damned intriguing!
LevelHead wrote:"You decomposer"?
Oh, wait, you mean like "you are the composer" as in "you the man"?
I get it.
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