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Schedules are paper brochures or binders with which many airline companies provide traditional information to airline customers about various things such as schedules, fleets, safety, in-flight entertainment, menu, luggage limitations and contacts. Previously, schedules were produced, multi-page brochures at airports' desks, available on demand by telephone or post.
Pan Am released one of its first schedules on 16 January 1928. A lot of airline schedules had colourful cover. Very small airline schedules, such as Scenic Airways, consist of a piece of hard copy containing the timetable information of their hubs on the front and the turnaround information on the back.
Over the last few years, most carriers have discontinued the printing of schedules in order to lower the cost and decrease the time lag between a modification of the schedules and a new one in the care of the population. Consequently, most carriers now publish their schedules only on-line (the major carriers often offer a stand-alone solution, while others only offer a PDF file to download), and the value of many paper schedules has increased among gatherers.