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  • 1962 AMERICAN AIRLINES ASTROJET US SYSTEM MAP

    1962 AMERICAN AIRLINES ASTROJET US SYSTEM MAP 1962 AMERICAN AIRLINES ASTROJET US SYSTEM MAP This is a nicely detailed American Airlines system map. Shows major cities, routes, topography and prop as well as early jet American Airlines aircraft, 1962. From map: American Airlines System Map

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  • 1962 AMERICAN AIRLINES ASTROJET US SYSTEM MAP

    1962 AMERICAN AIRLINES ASTROJET US SYSTEM MAP 1962 AMERICAN AIRLINES ASTROJET US SYSTEM MAP This is a nicely detailed American Airlines system map. Shows major cities, routes, topography and prop as well as early jet American Airlines aircraft, 1962. From map: American Airlines System Map

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  • American Airlines, Inc.

    > American Airlines, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. 2186go In 1934, American Airways Company was acquired by E.L. Cord, who renamed the company "American Air Lines". Cord hired Texas businessman C.R. (Cyrus Rowlett) Smith to run the company. Early in its history, the company was headquartered at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Smith worked closely with Donald Douglas to develop the DC-3, which American Airlines started flying in 1936. With the DC-3, American began to brand itself

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  • American Airlines, Inc.

    > American Airlines, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. 660li In 1934, American Airways Company was acquired by E.L. Cord, who renamed the company "American Air Lines". Cord hired Texas businessman C.R. (Cyrus Rowlett) Smith to run the company. Early in its history, the company was headquartered at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Smith worked closely with Donald Douglas to develop the DC-3, which American Airlines started flying in 1936. With the DC-3, American began to brand itself

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  • American Airlines, Inc.

    > American Airlines, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. 660go In 1934, American Airways Company was acquired by E.L. Cord, who renamed the company "American Air Lines". Cord hired Texas businessman C.R. (Cyrus Rowlett) Smith to run the company. Early in its history, the company was headquartered at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Smith worked closely with Donald Douglas to develop the DC-3, which American Airlines started flying in 1936. With the DC-3, American began to brand itself

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  • American Airlines, Inc.

    > American Airlines, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. 660or In 1934, American Airways Company was acquired by E.L. Cord, who renamed the company "American Air Lines". Cord hired Texas businessman C.R. (Cyrus Rowlett) Smith to run the company. Early in its history, the company was headquartered at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Smith worked closely with Donald Douglas to develop the DC-3, which American Airlines started flying in 1936. With the DC-3, American began to brand itself

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  • UNITED AIR LINES 1943 Refining American Petroleum Institute vintage ad

    Original old petroleum industry trade magazine ad for UNITED AIR LINES. Fly United Jets to The Division of Refining American Petroleum Institute in San Francisco, CA May 14 through 17. United flies more jets to San Francisco from more U.S. Cities than any other airline. This 1962 oil and gas convention industry magazine advertisement would display beautifully matted and framed.

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  • American Airlines, Inc.

    > American Airlines, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. 2186ol In 1934, American Airways Company was acquired by E.L. Cord, who renamed the company "American Air Lines". Cord hired Texas businessman C.R. (Cyrus Rowlett) Smith to run the company. Early in its history, the company was headquartered at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Smith worked closely with Donald Douglas to develop the DC-3, which American Airlines started flying in 1936. With the DC-3, American began to brand itself

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  • American Airlines, Inc.

    > American Airlines, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. 660pu In 1934, American Airways Company was acquired by E.L. Cord, who renamed the company "American Air Lines". Cord hired Texas businessman C.R. (Cyrus Rowlett) Smith to run the company. Early in its history, the company was headquartered at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Smith worked closely with Donald Douglas to develop the DC-3, which American Airlines started flying in 1936. With the DC-3, American began to brand itself

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  • American Airlines, Inc.

    > American Airlines, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. 660dkrd In 1934, American Airways Company was acquired by E.L. Cord, who renamed the company "American Air Lines". Cord hired Texas businessman C.R. (Cyrus Rowlett) Smith to run the company. Early in its history, the company was headquartered at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Smith worked closely with Donald Douglas to develop the DC-3, which American Airlines started flying in 1936. With the DC-3, American began to brand itself

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  • American Airlines, Inc.

    > American Airlines, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. 2186br In 1934, American Airways Company was acquired by E.L. Cord, who renamed the company "American Air Lines". Cord hired Texas businessman C.R. (Cyrus Rowlett) Smith to run the company. Early in its history, the company was headquartered at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Smith worked closely with Donald Douglas to develop the DC-3, which American Airlines started flying in 1936. With the DC-3, American began to brand itself

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  • American Airlines Flights: American Airlines Flight 587, American Airlines Flight 11, American Airlines Flight 191

    Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: American Airlines Flight 587, American Airlines Flight 11, American Airlines Flight 191, American Airlines Flight 965, American Airlines Flight 96, American Airlines Flight 28, American Airlines Flight 157, American Airlines Flight 1, American Airlines Flight 331, American Airlines Flight 1420, American Eagle Flight

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  • American Airlines, Inc.

    > American Airlines, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. 2186go In 1934, American Airways Company was acquired by E.L. Cord, who renamed the company "American Air Lines". Cord hired Texas businessman C.R. (Cyrus Rowlett) Smith to run the company. Early in its history, the company was headquartered at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Smith worked closely with Donald Douglas to develop the DC-3, which American Airlines started flying in 1936. With the DC-3, American began to brand itself

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  • National Airlines, Incorporated

    > National Airlines, Incorporated National Airlines, Incorporated began in St. Petersburg, Florida, in 1934 with the award of a 142-mile mail route between St. Petersburg and Daytona Beach, via Tampa, Lakeland and Orlando. Service over the route was inaugurated on October 15, 1934. The fleet consisted of two second-hand Ryan aircraft. The airline had five employees, including the president and founder, G. T. Baker. On July 8, 1937, the company was charted under the laws of the State of Florida as National

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  • Toys and Models KF3PAT Ford Trimotor Am 1/48 American 3-engined Transport Plane Toy

    The 5-AT Ford Tri-motor is a rugged dependable transport airplane which became the most famous Ford Tri-motor aircraft. The incredible durability of the aircraft was well-proven by NC9683 the thirty-ninth 5-AT built by Ford. On April 12 1929 5-AT was sold to Southwest Air Fast Express (SAFE). The company had built 199 %-AT models. It has flown the routes of Colonial Air Transport and later flew the transcontinental route between Cleveland and Los Angeles. In May 1934 the 5-AT was transferred to the Chicago

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  • American Airlines, Inc.

    > American Airlines, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. 660rd In 1934, American Airways Company was acquired by E.L. Cord, who renamed the company "American Air Lines". Cord hired Texas businessman C.R. (Cyrus Rowlett) Smith to run the company. Early in its history, the company was headquartered at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Smith worked closely with Donald Douglas to develop the DC-3, which American Airlines started flying in 1936. With the DC-3, American began to brand itself

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