Photos: James Cromwell, in a shipping crate, at LAX. But why?

Actor James Cromwell protests at Los Angeles International Airport. Staff Photo by Thomas Cordova.

Actor James Cromwell protests at Los Angeles International Airport. Staff Photo by Thomas Cordova.

Sadly, I could not make it today to watch actor James Cromwell insert himself into a wooden crate at Los Angeles International Airport to produce Air France’s practice of accepting monkeys as cargo. PETA claims Air France is the only major international airline to transport monkeys in the cargo hold.

Luckily, staff photographer Thomas Cordova was there. I’m posted a few of his shots here. For the full 30-photo gallery, check out our main website. 

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Poll: What’s your favorite historic airline livery? (European division)

We love historic airline liveries here at L.A. Airspace. I’m sure some of my readers feel the same way, even if they’re too proud to admit it. So I ask you this: Among these European airlines, which paint job is your favorite?

For what it’s worth, I go with SAS. Also, I think I have my dates generally correct for the liveries, but if you know the timelines more exactly, please let us know in the comments section.

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