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How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:21 am

I know my list won't win this competition, but I'm interested to see who can compile the most interesting list...

Here's the list of airlines I've flown that are no longer flying:

Continental
Northwest
American Trans Air
America West
TWA
Aloha Airlines
Ansett Australia
Eastern Airlines
Midwest Express
RenoAir
Olympic Airlines
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:26 am

Continental
Northwest
Eastern
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:31 am

I have flown on Ansett Australa. Is LaudaAir stll around as a seperate entity of Austrian? If its not, that one too.

Thats the only ones so far.
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:31 am

Aloha
Braniff (1)
Frontier (1)
Eastern
Continental
Northwest
Pan Am (1)
Mississippi Valley
Britt
Northeast (UK)
Ozark (1)

Eleven total. (1) Denotes original incarnation.
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:32 am

I'm sure this will get moved to Travel Polls & Preferences, but here is my list:

PSA
Air California
Pan Am
Aloha
Western
Northwest
America West
Sabena
Varig
Continental
Air Sahara
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:34 am

Pan Am
National
Eastern
TAA
Ansett
Continental
Northwest
Kiwi
Business Express
TWA
Olympic
Sabena
Valujet

I am sure there are a couple that I am forgetting.

When making this list I feel like the passenger that airlines should avoid...
I want to live in an old and converted 727...
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:36 am

Pan Am
TWA
Air 21
Ansett
Northwest
Continental
America West
Western Airlines
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:37 am

Good question...in no particular order:

BOAC (yeah, I'm that old)
TWA
Northwest
Pan Am
East African Airways
Braniff
Eastern Airlines
Continental
Air Cal
PSA
Hughes Airwest
Aloha Airlines
Mexicana
America West
Western Airlines
Olympic Airways
Sabena

[Edited 2013-08-27 17:45:24]

(Edited to remove World AIrways but add America West)


[Edited 2013-08-27 17:46:04]
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:42 am

Champion Air
Mesaba
America West
Northwest
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:43 am

I've only got three, but one -- Texas International (née Trans Texas) -- is not on anyone else's list (so far). The other two are Braniff(1) and Eastern. On second thought -- is Prinair still operating?
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:44 am

World airways is still around.
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:44 am

Braniff
Morris Air
Reno Air
Pan Am
TWA
Eastern
Continental
America West
Aloha
Northwest

Soon on the list:
AirTran
318, 319, 320, 321, 332, 333, 388, 707, 717, 722, 732, 733, 734, 73Q, 735, 73G, 738, 7M8, 739, 752, 753, 742, 74L, 744, 762, 763, 772, 77L, 77W, 789, 142, CN1, CR2, CR7, DC8, DH2, DH8, D8Q, D10, D95, EM2, ER3, ER4, E70, 100, J31, M11, M83, M88, M90, SF3
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:44 am

I'm including airlines which have changed their name because I don't have the time to research whether their next incarnations is still operating:


Aeroflot Don ... Il-86
AeroSvit ... B737-200, B737-400, B767-300ER(W)
Air Baltic ... B737-300(W), B737-500, B757-200(W), F50
Air Plus Comet ... B737-500
Air Southwest ... DHC 8-300, DHC 8-Q300
Air Wales ... ATR 42-300
Air 2000 ... B757-200
Airtours ... DC-9-83
Airworld ... A320-200
Alitalia Express ... ERJ 170-100LR
Asian Spirit ... NAMC YS-11, DHC 7-102, BAe 146-100, CASA CN-235
Austrian Airlines ... A320-200
BA Connect ... BAe 146-100, ERJ 145EP
Blue Line ... F100
bmi ... A319-100
bmibaby ... B737-300, B737-500
BritAir ... F100
Britannia Airways ... B757-200
British International ... S-61 Sea King
Caledonian ... L1011 Tristar
Clickair ... A320-200
Continental Airlines ... B767-200ER
Continental Airlines Connection - Commutair ... Dash 8-Q314
Continental Airlines Connection - ExpressJet ... ERJ 145
Delta Airlines Connection - Atlantic Southeast Airlines ... CRJ 200ER
Delta Airlines Connection - Mesaba Airlines ... CRJ 900LR
DonbassAero ... Yak-42D
EuroManx ... Dash 8-Q200
European ... B737-200
Fly Globespan ... B737-300
Futura International Airways ... B737-400
GIR Jet ... F100
Grixona ... Il-18D
Highland Airways ... BAe J31
ImAir ... Tu-154M
KMV Kavminvodyavia ... Tu-154M
Linksair (Varsity Express) ... BAe J31
Lufthansa Italia ... A319-100
Lugansk Airlines ... An-24RV
MyAir ... CRJ 900
Northwest Airlines ... A330-300X, B757-300, DC-10-30
Oasis Hong Kong Airlines ... B747-400
OLT Ostfriesische Lufttransport ... SWM Metro III
Palmair ... B737-200
Pluna ... CRJ 900ER
SAS Braathens ... B737-500, B737-700
Skyjet ... DC-10-15
Snowflake ... DC-9-82
Spanair ... DC-9-83, F100, B717-200
TAM Mercosur ... A320-200
ThomsonFly ... B767-200ER
Varig Brasil ... MD-11
VLM Airlines ... F50
XL Airways ... B737-800


Dan  

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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:45 am

America West (Not sure if it's defunct. I believe it's the parent company of USAirways)
ATA
Continental
Eastern
JetAmerica
Northwest Orient
PSA
USAir
Western
Western Pacific
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:45 am

Oops. Add America West.
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:49 am

Here is my list:

In Europe:

Sabena: A310, A320, B-737, B-747 and DC-10
British Caledonian: BAC-111
Air Inter: A300
TEA: A300 and B-707
British Midland: B-737
Malev: B-737
Virgin Express: B-737

In the United States:

Pan Am: A310, B-727, B-737, B-747 and L-1011
TWA: B-727 and L-1011
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:54 am

Quoting planeguy727 (Reply 5):
When making this list I feel like the passenger that airlines should avoid...

Me too.


Here's my list, and the first one, I didn't see mentioned. And I bet not many of you can list it, either!:

1. LEGEND AIRLINES, the one and only, best little airline this nation has ever known.
2. Continental
3. Champion
4. Northwest
5. TWA
6. Transmeridian (the US based charter)
7. America West
8. Aloha
and soon, #9, USAirways. For better or for worse.

Quoting Confuscius (Reply 13):
Western
Quoting skystar767 (Reply 10):
Braniff
Quoting N908AW (Reply 8):
Texas International
Quoting BigGSFO (Reply 7):
BOAC (yeah, I'm that old)
Quoting planeguy727 (Reply 5):
National
Quoting BoeingGuy (Reply 4):
Air California

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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:54 am

Continental
Northwest
America West
TWA
Aloha Airlines
Eastern
Midwest Express
Aloha
Braniff (1)
Frontier (1)
Pan Am (1)
British Caledonian
BOAC
North Central
Ozark
Air Midwest
Swissair
Vanguard
Hughes Airwest
Republic Airlines
BWIA
West Coast Airlines

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[Edited 2013-08-27 18:20:37]
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:56 am

Pan Am
PSA
Continental
Northwest
America West
Midwest
Aloha
Great Plains

[Edited 2013-08-27 17:57:40]
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:58 am

AirTran (soon to be gone)
America West
ATA (American Trans Air)
Continental
Northwest
Piedmont
Republic
TWA

Not as many as some of you have posted...

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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:58 am

ATA

I've also flown America West...but I don't consider it Defunct since in terms of corporate continuity, America West = US Airways. The name retired, the airline's executive, HQ, and culture remain intact

ATA, flatly died, the culture's gone, no HQ and executives.

I've never flown Pre-merger US, if I did I'd consider it "defunct" since HP took everything.
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:59 am

Aero Perú
Air California/AirCal (both)
Air Martinique
Air Guadeloupe
America West
ALM Antillean
Apollo Airways (SBA)
Aviaco
British Midland
BWIA
CPAir/Canadian Pacific/Canadian Int. (all 3)
Century Airlines (EKA)
Continental
Dan-Air London
Golden Gate
Hughes Airwest
Inland Empire
LAP (Lineas Aereas Paraguayas)
LAB Lloyd Aereo Boliviano
Mexicana
Mt. Cook Airlines (pre- Air NZ)
Northwest
PSA Pacific Southwest
Pan Am (1)
Precision
Reno Air
Republic (1)
SwiftAire (SBP)
Sunaire Express (V.I.)
Swissair (1)
Trans Brasil
TWA
Varig (1)
WestAir Commuter
Western Airlines
World Airways (scheduled)





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[Edited 2013-08-27 18:06:40]

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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:59 am

I am taking this list from my flightmemory.com list of airlines, so it is in order of how many flights I have taken with each airline, which I noted next to the airline's name.

80 Northwest
34 Continental
32 America West
18 Express Jet (Branded Ops)
11 Midwest and Midwest Express
6 Eastern
4 LTU
2 Reno Air
2 PLUNA
2 ATA
2 Great Plains
2 Western Pacific
1 Western
1 PSA
1 Air Midwest
1 Big Sky
1 Desert Sun
1 Muse Air
1 Song
1 SunAire
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:01 am

Pan Am
TWA
Eastern
National
Republic
Northwest
Tower Air
New York Air
Piedmont
Trump Shuttle
Varig
Laker Skytrain
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:04 am

My list of defunct airlines I've flown is longer than those that still exist. I haven't included those that only changed their names like TCA/Air Canada. Probably missed a couple.

CP Air
Canadian
Pacific Western
Wardair
Eastern Provincial
Nordair
Inter-Canadien
Intair
Air BC
Time Air
Canadian Regional
Air Atlantic
Pan Am
TWA
Braniff
Eastern
Western
Northeast
Northwest
North Central
Hughes Airwest
Pacific Southwest
Air California
Continental
National
Pilgrim
Allegheny Commuter
British Caledonian
British European Airways
Sabena
Swissair
East African
Ansett Australia
National Airways (New Zealand domestic carrier before they merged with Air NZ)
Varig
ALM Antillean Airlines
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:05 am

Only Varig. Wish it was still around...
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:08 am

Continental
Northwest
America West
Reno Air
Ted

I hope I can add US Airways to this list soon
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:17 am

I have flown on the following airlines. A mix of mergers/rebrands and corporate failures for my list...

Air 2000
Airtours
Airworld
Aloha
British Midland
British World Airlines (fabulous livery on a classic One-Eleven)
Continental
Flying Colours
Lotus Air
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:19 am

A fairly short list:

Comair
Ryan International

Once FL is fully absorbed into WN, it too will join the list.
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:24 am

Olympic Airways
Olympic Airlines
Air Anatolia
Continental
Tower Air
SN Brussels Airlines
Sun D'or
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:51 am

AirTran (FL)
Aloha Airlines (AQ)
America West Airlines (HP)
ATA (TZ)
British Midland (BD)
Continental Airlines (CO)
Eastern Airlines (EA)
Midwest Airlines (YX)
Muse Air (MC)
National Airlines (NA)
Northwest Airlines (NW)
PSA (PS)
Pacific Western (PW)
People Express (PE)
Presidential Airways (XV)
Reno Air (QQ)
TWA (TW)
US Airways (US)
USA 3000 (U5)
Western Airlines (WA)

20 out of 34 airlines I have flown are no longer with us (or soon to be).

I am going by livery on the airplane - I am counting Austrian Airlines as still around, even though the flight I was on was operated by Tyrolean (VIE-IAD).
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:58 am

Freedom Air (NZ)
Continental
Air Tran
Qantas NZ
Air PhilExpress

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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 2:06 am

Only JMC Air for me. One of their Boeing 757-200s was the first plane I flew on, and in the final days of in-flight cockpit visits. Sadly, I was only seven at the time, so my questions to the pilots were limited to 'do you forget which switched are which' and 'why are the wheels so small in comparison to the rest of the plane'.   
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 2:27 am

Here's my list:

Eastern
Continental
Southern
Piedmont (b4 merger with US)
NY Air
TWA
People's Express (the original)
Air Jamaica (now flown under Caribbean airlines name)
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 2:57 am

Continental
America West
British Midland/bmi
bmibaby
British Regional Airlines
British World Airlines
European Aviation Charter
JMC
Air 2000
Airtours International
Virgin Blue
Pacific Blue
Sabre Airlines
TAT
TWA

Quoting Kuja (Reply 32):
Only JMC Air for me. One of their Boeing 757-200s was the first plane I flew on, and in the final days of in-flight cockpit visits

Goodness me, I visited the flight deck of a JMC 752 in August 2001! Those were the days   
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 4:00 am

I forgot to add New York Air...

Quoting AA737-823 (Reply 16):
Man, SOME of you guys are REALLY DATING YOURSELVES!!! lol

Well I have to, seems that the rest of humankind has decided to not date me...

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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 4:03 am

Eastern
Braniff I
Braniff II
Braniff III
Midway
Midwest Express
PBA
Bar Harbor
Business Express
Command
Pan Am
New York Air
Trump Shuttle
Continental
TWA
Northwest
America West
Reno Air
Varig
British Midland
Swissair
Ansett
Mexicana
Canadian Pacific
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 4:04 am

Pan Am
Eastern Air Lines
Continental
bmi
SAM [Colombia]
Mexicana
PLUNA [Uruguay]
SAHSA [Honduras]
VARIG
Spanair
LADECO [Chile]
LACSA [Costa Rica]

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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 5:15 am

Here is my list, in order ...

Northwest
America West
TWA
American Trans Air
Continental
Air Deccan
Kingfisher
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 8:45 am

Just three airlines:

City Airline
Continental
Spanair
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 9:10 am

Malev
Olympic Airways
Sterling
Maersk Air
Cimber Sterling
BMI

Thats it I believe.
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 10:33 am

Not that many..

Futura Airlines 737

DUB - FUE - TFS - FUE - DUB

DUB - FAO - DUB

Skyservice A330

DUB - SNN - YYZ - DUB
A306 A313 A319 A320 A321 A333 A346 A359 ATR42 ATR72 B734 B737 B738 B744 B772 B789 C152 MD80 RJ85 S340
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 11:27 am

Add Colgan to my list
I want to live in an old and converted 727...
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 11:35 am

Aloha Airlines - 732,733
Balair - M80
Contact Air - F50
Continental - 764
Continental Miconesia - 738
Crossair - SF3,M83,AR1,AR8,ER4
Crossair Europe- SF3
DAT (Sabena) - AR1
Destination Air - 208 Floats
FlyBaboo - DH8
Japan Air System (JAS) - AB6,772
Lao Aviation - A24,YN2,YN7,AT7
Malev - F70
Northwest - 320, D93, D95
One-Two-Go Airlines - M82
Romavia - I18
Royal Air Cambodge - 732,734
Samara Airlines - 735(opt by KrasAir)
Sabena - 332,319
Siem Reap Airways - AT7,717
Swissair - 310,319,320,321,330,M11,743
US Airways - 734,319 (soon to be?)
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:02 pm

Here is my list:
PanAm
TWA
Northwest
Western
PSA
AirCAL
Golden Gate
Air Pacific (SFO-SCK)
Pacific Express
America West
Lloyd Aero Boliviano
Tikal Jets
Mexicana
 
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:14 pm

Viasa
Avensa
TED
Spanair
Clickair
Continental
BMI
Lufthansa Italia
Jet4you (They´ve become Jetairfly now. I think)
ThomsonFly

MIAspotter.
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 2:34 pm

I forgot about ValueJet, although it transformed to AirTran.
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 3:57 pm

AeroSur
Colgan Air
Comair
Continental Airlines
Hapag-Lloyd Express
(Lan Chile, before they became LAN)
Nordeste Varig
Sterling
TransBrasil
Varig
VASP

10 total, 11 if you count Lan Chile
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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 7:00 pm

Canadian Pacific
PSA
Northwest
North Central
Air Cal
National
Eastern
Continental
Midwest Express
TED

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RE: How Many Defunct Airlines Have You Flown?

Wed Aug 28, 2013 9:33 pm

Northwest
Reeve Aluetian Airways
Markair
Markair Express
FS Air
Reno Air
Aircal
Braniff(III)
Continental
American West
USAir
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