Named Futura Schlagzeile in Germany. Baltimore had the design as Airport Tourist. [Reichardt] There is both a ‘t’ with horizontal and with diagonal terminal.
Various digitizations available, with minor differences (see especially the counters, e.g. of ‘V’). None of the versions has the original alternate ‘T’ with tail. URW’s version adds a Poster (P) cut with integrated diacritics, an Outline version thereof, and an all-caps Compress. SoftMaker’s Deko Display Serial adds an Italic (oblique) and an Open (outline). It has the original lower bar on ‘f’ an ‘t’ and is also distinguished by the centered tail on ‘Q’ and the seriffed ‘1’.
Futura Display in use
In And Out Of Love / I Guess I’ll Always Love You by Diana Ross and The Supremes1967
Photo(s) by “Klaus Hiltscher” on Flickr.