This postcard-sized boarding pass was tucked away inside a copy of the 1959 edition of "Public Administration," a college textbook by Marshall Edward Dimock, Gladys Ogden Dimock and Louis W. Koenig.
It's for an "XMAS RUSH '81" flight to Port Harcourt, Nigeria, a city of more than a million people in the Niger Delta.1
The ticket was for economy class. The passenger was informed that "only one small hand baggage allowed in cabin."
"WT-110" might refer to the departure gate. Anyone know if that provides a hint as to what the departure airport was?
Nigeria Airways ceased operations in 2003. You can't quite tell from the the boarding pass, but its logo consisted of the Nigerian flag with a flying green elephant (named Skypower) in the center.
1. This area of Nigeria is undergoing a transition that will culminate with Port Harcourt becoming a new city to be called the Greater Port Harcourt City.