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Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sat Sep 01, 2012 11:29 pm

Hi All,

I did a search and could not find anything related, I apologize if I wasn't able to locate an already discussed topic. Just wondering what airlines everyone has flown that are no longer around these days (out of business, merged, other)?

I'll Start, not too many so far. The years mark when I flew them.

-United Shuttle/Ted 1996, 1998, 2005-2008
-TWA 1998
-Reno Air 1995-1998 (every year)
-Northwest 2003, 2004, 2007
-Continental 1990, 1992, 2000-2011 (every year)
-America West 1988, 1989, 1991-2005 (every year)
-Comair (RIP) 1992, 2012

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[Edited 2012-09-01 17:01:56]
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sat Sep 01, 2012 11:52 pm

Sabena
Northwest
United Shuttle
Ted
Spanair

Not a long list, but that's already too much 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 1:26 am

Western
Aloha
TWA
America West
Mid Pacific Airlines

My Small List
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 3:01 am

Pan Am
TWA
Eastern
New York Air
Ansett
TAA
Metrojet
Kiwi
Valujet
Northwest
Continental
Comair
Independence Air
Sabena
Braniff
Delta Express
Business Express
National (sunking)
Olympic

Soon to be gone
Airtran

That's what I can recall right now. For the health of the industry perhaps I should stop flying.
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 3:04 am

TWA
Spanair
America West
Continental

Don't think there are any others.
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 3:41 am

Here is my list:

Wien Air Alaska
Western Airlines
Eastern Airlines
Piedmont Airlines
Golden Pacific Airlines
Kiwi International Airlines
Valujet
Northwest Airlines
Continental Airlines
Rocky Mountain Airways (Maybe they still exist?)
Malev Hungarian Airlines
Adamair
America West Airlines
Provincetown-Boston Airlines (PBA)
Aero Virgin Airlines

Soon to be no more:

Air Tran Airways
Comair

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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 4:13 am

Pan AM
TWA
Northwest
Continental
PSA
Air Cal
MarkAir
America West
Ansett Australia
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 6:51 am

Braniff
Braniff II
Braniff III
Pan Am
New York Air
Continental
Eastern
Northwest
TWA
Bar Harbor
Business Express
Trump
Midwest Express
America West
Reno
Canadian Pacific
Mexicana
Olympic
Ansett
(BMI)
Varig
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 7:42 am

Ansett New Zealand/Qantas New Zealand
Sky Europe
BMI British Midland (not sure whether it counts since BA acquired it before it could completely collapse)
CP ( Not quite sure whether this counts since it was absorbed by AC before it could completely collapse)
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 8:37 am

I don't know if CO would count, since it is the CO AOC that survived the merger. Nevertheless:

Continental
Vanguard
Spanair
Sabena
Old Swiss
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 10:09 am

- Ansett (1989, 1990, 1994, 1995) Collapsed 2002
- Air National (2009) AOC revoked 2011
- Strategic Airlines (2011) Collapsed 2012
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 10:16 am

Only Qantas NZ and Freedom Air For me. Also Pacific Blue and Virgin Blue if they count, Now renamed under Virgin Australia

[Edited 2012-09-02 03:18:20]
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 10:26 am

My list includes brands that have either been taken over ( brand no longer exists ) or gone bust .

Air Belfast
America West Airlines
BMI Baby ( About to dissapear )
British Midland International ( About to dissapear )
BWIA
Continental
Eirjet
Gill Airways
Guyana Airways
My Travel Lite
Northwest Airlines
Olympic Airways/Airlines ( Brand still exists as Olympic Air )
Sabena
Transaer
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 11:18 am

Pan AM
People Express
Continental
SABENA
Swissair
Spanair
Olympic Airways
Dan Air London
Air Europe
Meridiana
Air UK
Air Inter
Air Littoral
T.A.T
Air Alpes
Air Lanka
T.E.A
E.A.S (Europe Aero Service)
A.O.M
Air Liberté / Air Lib
Air Charter
I.C.S (Inter Ciel Service)

and probably more
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 2:09 pm

Tatra Air
Malev
Canada 3000
JetsGo
HMY
There is another charter airline that went bankrupt few years ago (flew YYZ-ANU-YYZ with them), I just can't remember the exact name. Could it be SkyService?

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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 3:26 pm

Continental
Air Inter
AOM
Air Liberté
Air Charter
E.A.S (Europe Aero Service)
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 3:56 pm

Jersey European Airlines
Air Southwest
Sterling Airlines
Cimber Air
Cimber Sterling
Maersk Air

/Lars
139, 306, 319, 320, 321, 332, 34A, AN2, AT4, AT5, AT7, 733, 735, 73G, 738, 739, 146, AR1, BH2, CN1, CR2, DH1, DH3, DH4,
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 4:21 pm

Trans-Canada
Pan American
TWA
Eastern
National
Continental
BOAC
BEA
Allegheny
Kiwi International
PeoplExpress
Seaplane Shuttle Transport (There's a pic on A.net)
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 5:01 pm

British Caledonian
Pan Am
Great Plains
Eastern
Viasa
Continental Lite
Continental
Northwest
Conquest
Air Sicilia
ATA
Hola Airlines (sub for Windjet flight)


Probably some I am missing....
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 5:26 pm

Caesed operations
PanAm
Golden Gate
Air Pacific (the California Commuter carrier)
Pacific Express
Lloyd Aero Boliviano (the original)
Mexicana
West Air
Express Jet (independent operations)
ComAir

Merged Carriers
PSA
AirCal
Northwest
Continental
Western
TWA
America West
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 6:18 pm

Surprisingly long list ...

German Wings
Air Inter
Cirrus Airlines
Euroberlin
TWA
Pan Am
Dan Air (London)
Maersk Air
Scanair
Interflug
Swissair
Sabena
BMIbaby
Hamburg Airlines
BASE (Netherlands)
LAR (Portugal)
Spanair
Aviaco
Aero Lloyd
LTU
BSF (Berliner Spezial Flug)
Deutsche BA
Air Europe
Avia (Sweden)
Linjeflyg
Air UK
NFD
RFG
Asian Spirit
Cosmos Air
Air Liberte
British Midland
My Air
Baltika (Ukraine)
Skyeurope
Oasis Hongkong
Viva Macau
Air Southwest

Not included are airlines that have ceased operations under own name but continue to operate on behalf of a different carrier !
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 6:24 pm

Only defunct airline I have flown was Futura International, DUB-PMI-DUB back in 2007. I suppose I could add BMI to my "list". Flew them many times between DUB & LHR.
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 6:27 pm

For me:

BWIA
Air Jamaica
Air Jamaica express
Carib Aviation
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 6:33 pm

Northwest
Continental
Midwest/Midwest Express
Hapag-Lloyd Express
TWA

And if we throw in regionals, here are a couple more:
Mesaba (not the renamed 9L)
Comair

Not a terribly impressive list...but that's probably a good thing.
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 7:14 pm

Quoting united319 (Thread starter):
-Comair (RIP) 1992, 2012
Quoting UltimateDelta (Reply 23):
Mesaba (not the renamed 9L)

I'm starting to feel old, seeing both of these defunct and having flown on both.

Song, OH, XJ is my short list.
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 7:21 pm

Only four on my list

Air UK
Go
Brittania
Carib

Memories
Air UK for excellent catering, the best economy food I ever received
Go - first experience of a LCC
Brittania, great service for a charter airline.
Carib - scheduled inter island flight on an Islander.
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 7:55 pm

Flying Colours (first flight on one of their 757-200s out of Bristol to Palma rt in 1999)
Air 2000 (the year after, first flight on an A321 again Bristol-Palma rt)
Not sure if this counts but whatever the BA regional (pre-flyBE) was with Dash 8s. Southampton-Manchester rt (2001/2002?)
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 10:46 pm

My list:

CP Air
Canadian
Pacific Western
Eastern Provincial
Nordair
Wardair
Air BC
Time Air
Air Atlantic
Inter-Canadien
Pan Am
TWA
Braniff
Eastern
Continental
Northwest
Northeast
National
Western
PSA
Air California
North Central
Hughes Airwest
Pilgrim (small northeast US carrier; one flight on an F-27 JFK-YOW)
Sabena
Swissair
British Caledonian
British European Airways
Crossair
East African Airways
Ansett Australia
New Zealand National Airways (domestic New Zealand carrier, later merged with NZ)
VARIG
ALM Antillean Airlines
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Sun Sep 02, 2012 11:50 pm

My List:

Eastern Provincial
Nordair
Quebecair
Transair
Inter Canadien
Air Atlantic
Air Alliance
Air Ontario
Great Lakes Airlines
Ontario Express / Canadian Partner
Canadian Regional Airlines
Pacific Western
Air BC
Time Air
CPAir
Canadian Airlines
Wardair
Pan American
TWA
Braniff
Western
America West
Wein Air Alaska
Reeve Aleutian
Air Cal
Frontier (the first one!)
Allegheny
Mohawk
Provincetown-Boston
North Central
Republic
PeoplExpress
Northwest
Midwest Express
Eastern
Continental
Chalks
Mexicana
BWIA
Air Jamaica
Caribair
Varig
BOAC
BEA
Dan-Air
Sabena
Swissair
Air Inter
UTA
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:40 am

Here's mine

BOAC
BEA
PanAm
TWA
National
Piedmont
ATI
Canadian
Swissair
Eastern
East African Airways
Sunbird (Kenya)
Mandala (maybe they've been resurrected)
Continental
Northwest
America West

Can't think of any others. Plus several of these disappeared in mergers so perhaps they shouldn't be considered defunct.
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Mon Sep 03, 2012 6:33 pm

PSA
Air California
Western
Pan Am
Sabena
British Mediterranean
Aloha
America West
Varig
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Mon Sep 03, 2012 8:22 pm

Nice long list for me,

Britannia
My Travel
British Regional Airlines

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A300-600R, 737-300, 737-800, 757-200, 767-200/300/ER, ERJ145, ATR72
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:26 pm

Lets have a look:

LTU
LaudaAir (soon to be)
DeutscheBA, also dba
debonAIR (off course!)
Balkan
Northwest
TransAer
British Midland
AVIACO
Aero Lloyd
HLX, Hapag-Lloyd Express
Aero Flight
GEXX-Germania Express
Thomas Cook Germany
Hamburg International
SkyEurope
V Bird
FlyMe
NordicRegional
Martinair PAX
CIRRUS AIRLINES
map executive flightservice
AirScotland/GREECE AIRWAYS
bmibaby (soon to be)
Air Madrid
clickair
Lineas Aereas de Andalucia S.A./Manx2
Mandala Airlines
Turkuaz Airlines
Sky Middle East/TorAir
Jet Air Poland
CityAirline/Skyways
Cimber Sterling
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Tue Sep 04, 2012 1:32 am

America West Airlines - 2004, 2005
Mesaba Airlines - 2002-2006
Midwest Express Airlines - 2000
Northwest Airlines - 1996, 1998, 2000-2007, 2009
Skyway Airlines - 2000
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Tue Sep 04, 2012 12:07 pm

My list is fairly short:

Northwest (1995, 1996)
ATA (2003)
And soon to include Comair (2011)
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Tue Sep 04, 2012 3:40 pm

I can recall only one offhand; Indonesia's Sempati Air which went bankrupt in 1998 following the Asian financial Crisis.
For the best part of the 1990s, I usually did my frequent SIN-JKT-SIN runs on this then President Suharto family/cronies' airline. It was my carrier of choice for two primary reasons: easier passage through immigration/customs and their mainly "on-time arrival" at destination airport.
Their almost perfect "punctuality" was due to their insanely long block time; about half an hour longer than all other airlines on the SIN-JKT-SIN route. In fact, my dozens of flights with them mostly landed before the ETA. Rarely did I arrive later and that only by not more than 15 minutes. I actually do wish I can exceed by over 30 minutes of their ETA because of their guarantee of a free flight. No such luck for me as the 30 minutes guarantee plus their safety margin of another half an hour made it very safe for them to keep to their "never later than half an hour late" pledge.

Ah, also ValuAir which is basically defunct except in name. After operating for barely more than a year, it was acquired by Jetstar in mid 2005. That it still "exists" is because Jetstar is using its permit to operate to Indonesia. Other than that, it is effectively Jetstar now; their grand fleet of two A320s painted in Jetstar colors with the Valuair logo displayed next to it to keep up the myth of still being around.
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Tue Sep 04, 2012 4:27 pm

Off the top of my head:

-Orion Airways, UK
-Britannia Airways, UK
-Dan Air, UK
-Air UK Leisure, UK
-Leisure International Airways, UK
-Air 2000, UK
-Nordic European Airlines, Sweden
-Spanair, Spain
-British Regional Airlines (BA franchise), UK
-Aero Asia, Pakistan
-Alliance Air, India
-Indian Airlines, India
-SN Brussels Airlines, Belgium
-Northwest Airlines, USA
-America West, USA
-Olympic Airlines, Greece

Very shortly, British Midland & bmibaby too.....
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Tue Sep 04, 2012 4:54 pm

Without the dates/years mine are:

Pan Am
BEA
VIASA
Dan-Air (London)
Air Europe
British Island Airways
BMI (nearly gone)
Viva Air
Mexicana
Olympic Airways
Air Mediteranea
Air 2000
Ansett
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Tue Sep 04, 2012 6:08 pm

Pan Am
ALM Antillean Airlines
Sabena
Sterling European Airways
Varig
SN Brussels Airlines
Mexicana
Braathens S.A.F.E
Busy Bee
Scanair
Spanair
Transwede
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:35 pm

Pan Am in the 60's & 70's
Eastern in the 60's
Canadian Pacific in the early 70's
TAA in the 70's & early 80's
Ansett in the 70's, 80's and 90's
Australian Airlines in the early 80's
Compass Airline in the late 80's
Continental in the mid 80's
Lauda Air in the late 90's
Ted in the mid 2000's
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Wed Sep 05, 2012 1:04 am

Northwest - 1993ish-2004, 2009
Mesaba - Don't know the exact years, but similar to the Northwest years
Business Express - 2000
Midwest - 2007-2008
SkyWay - 2007

And while the two regional affiliates are still in business, the brand Continental Express is no longer - 2006
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Wed Sep 05, 2012 4:48 am

Ted
Continental
Aloha
Mahalo
Mid Pacific
Pan Am (the original)
Champion Air
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Wed Sep 05, 2012 5:02 am

Quoting FlyingSicilian (Reply 18):
British Caledonian
Pan Am
Great Plains
Eastern
Viasa
Continental Lite
Continental
Northwest
Conquest
Air Sicilia
ATA
Hola Airlines (sub for Windjet flight)


Probably some I am missing....

I have to update my own list, I forgot Windjet now that it is gone 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Wed Sep 05, 2012 7:55 am

I can name six:

Air Ads (charter carrier in the Philippines)
Air Philippines (now Airphil Express, and no longer a legacy carrier)
Asian Spirit (now Zest Airways)
Malév Hungarian Airlines
Northwest Airlines
Olympic Airlines
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Wed Sep 05, 2012 1:57 pm

My list:

Aero Lloyd (A-321)
TWA (L1011, B-727, B763, B762, B741, MD82, MD83, B757)
TWE (E-145)
Reno Air (MD-82, MD-87)
Swissair (Fokker 100, A-310, MD-81)
Crossair (Avro 85)
Olympic Airways (B-734, ATR-42)
Air Belgium (B-734)
LTU (L-1011, B-757, B-763)
LTS (B-757)
Spanair (B-717, MD-82)
Northwest (A-320)
Continental (B-752,B-753, B-762, B-764, B-777, B-73G, B-738, B-739)
Continental Express (E-145)
National Airlines (B-757)
British Midland-BMI (B-735, A-320)
Malev (Dash8-400)
Balkan Bulgarian Airlines (TU-154, IL-18)
Shuttle by United (B-733)
America West (A-320)
Aloha (B-73G)
FlyFTI (A-320)
Hapag-Lloyd (A-310,B734, B-738)
B-717/722/737-200/300/400/500/600/700/800/900/B-747-100/200/400/SP/8i/B-752/3/B-762/3/4/B-772/LR/300ER/B-788/DC-10-10/30/L-1011-1/500/MD-81/82/83/90/A-319/320/321/AB6/312/313/332/333/342/343/346/359/388/TU154/IL-18/ATR-42/72/DH4/DH3/E145/E170/190/CR2/7/9
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Wed Sep 05, 2012 4:06 pm

TWA and Northwest, both while traveling from Seattle to the Midwest. I guess another one would be AirOne, which was Taquan Air's FAR 121 operation. Flew them on a couple flights from JNU-KTN (I think KTN, maybe Klawock as well).
Flown on: C150/172/206, DHC-2/3, AS350, J32, Q400, CR7/9, E135/40/45/75, DC9, A320, B732/4/7/8/9, 744, 752/3, 763, MD80
 
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:36 pm

Britannia,
British Island Airways
British Airtours
Virgin Express
BMA/British Midland/BMI
Wardair
TEA
and finally
Janus Airways- anyone remember them?
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Thu Sep 06, 2012 12:32 am

Western Airlines (Original)
Western Airlines (Start up public charter out of BLI)
PSA
Song
Sun Aire
Reno Air
Midwest
Midwest Express
Northwest
Continental
America West
Express Jet (Branded)
Eastern
TWA
ASA
ACA
Pluna
Great Plains
Western Pacific
Big Sky
Muse Air
Desert Sun
Air Midwest
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:35 am

The truly irreplaceable Continental Airlines  

Also:

BMI/British Midland
Bmibaby
Caledonian Airlines
TWA
JMC
Air 2000/First Choice Airlines
Airtours International
JALways
TAT
British World Airlines
European Aviation Charter
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RE: Defunct Airlines You Have Flown?

Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:36 am

My short list includes:

Northwest
ATA
Chicago Express
Atlantic Coast Airlines

Soon to be: Airtran
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