In the below video, which had to have been influenced by the 1956 film The Red Balloon, you'll get a look at the then brand-new Terminal 3 at JFK, also known as Worldport. Released sometime in 1959 or 1960, director Harvey Yale Gross got a little weird on Pan Am's behalf. Check it out:

The uploader notes: "Made with an avant garde fashion that combines black and white footage with color material, and with almost no spoken dialogue or sound effects, the movie shows how the airline's new, high tech terminal makes everything about air travel easy—and glamorous." Like we need to be reminded how much cooler air travel was back before the days we all spent our times in airports tweeting @ airlines about delays.