Looks like a variant of this, but if very old quite likely it was a 'pre-digital' cut (filmotype or similar)
Could be a bold condensed Trade Gothic…(there are a couple of different cuts)
This dates to 1974 (or possibly earlier), so the best you can hope for is a 'revival' of the typeface used.
Here's one, that will not be a bad fit, with a little scaling…
If you google 'Illustrator Tutorials, Blend Tool' you should find links to how to do this.
Drop the 2 into 2 layers in photoshop or similar image editing app and set the transparency of the top layer to 50% or lower so you can see through it to the layer below. Scale the top layer to match the bottom and you should be able to see the differences and or similarities. It's often better to colour one of the layers so you can more accurately spot a match or not.
Check the individual fonts used in the flyer for their licences. If all are free to use for commercial purposes, you are home free, if not, contact the individual font authors. Naming which fonts are used would get you a more definitive answer.
I think the current system font for iOs devices is San Fransisco. The previous default was, I believe, Helvetica Neue.
'Turkhiphop' (Heavily modified…)
Looks very much like Savoye, but the '+' (plus) is wrong… perhaps from another font?
edit: The sample posted is set in Savoye LET, a different cut of Savoye from the link posted, which shipped with Mac Appleworks back in the days of yore:
Editado el 06/04/2017 a las 13:18 por pilaster
Depending on style you are after, you could do worse than searching MyFonts for stencil+script and have a look see at the results.
This would probably do the trick for a script…
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