This is a bi-fold brochure for Fly with Volusia Aviation Service. It’s undated but likely comes from the early 1960s. The tour service was operated out of the Daytona Beach Airport.
Pictured airplanes in the brochure include:
The Beechcraft Bonanza (the one with the V-shaped tail). The Bonanza was first introduced in 1947 and a variation of it was still being produced as of 2020, making it the longest continuous production of any airplane in history.
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk (the fixed landing gear with the wing over the cockpit). The Skyhawk was first introduced in 1956 and a variation of it was still being produced as of 2020. More Skyhaws have been built than any other aircraft in history.
The Piper PA-23 Apache (retracted landing gear and wing below the cockpit). The Apache was first introduced in 1952 and continued to be in production until 1981.
The seaplane appears to be a Grumman, but with a modified engine.