A cap, T-shirts, pins, schedules, press clippings. Tools of the trade for an airline public relations staffer such as Donna Fiala, now a Collier County commissioner. Fiala has fond memories of the airline that serviced New England and Florida for 40 years until 1989. It was alternately known as PBA, for Provincetown-Boston Airline, and Naples Airlines, because it moved planes and staff between the seasonal areas — and routinely rolled out extra planes on a moment's notice to handle passenger loads. The former NBC comedy series "Wings" was patterned after Naples/PBA and its owners/managers/pilots in the Van Arsdale family. Naples/PBA, which ran into trouble when it tried to expand, last serviced Naples in 1987. Fiala was there for that historic moment, and shares these items from her personal collection.