Prinair was a major commuter airline for visitors to the Carribbean islands between 1966 and 1958. The name was a shortened version of PR for Puerto Rico, IN for International and AIR for Airline. The 39-plane fleet shuttled passengers to vacation destinations such as St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, St. Croix, San Juan, the Bahamas, and other islands. With a history of three fatal crashes in their 19 year history, the airline finally shut down in 1986 with just a brief foray back into history with shuttle planes for three years 2007-2010. The company had also been shut down by the FAA for safety violations in 1979. The magazine offered here would have been stuffed in the seat pockets for passengers to peruse on their way to paradise. While there are maps of the islands and articles for things to do on your vacation or honeymoon, it is the expensive advertising that makes this magazine special. Multiple ads for expensive watches, liquor, jewelry and other special items. Many of those ads are shown here, but there wasn’t room for all of them. An advertisement collectors delight. Total of 70 pages in good condition. Measures 11 x 7 inches.