Airline history from 1918, this page lists 11 airline related events from 1918.
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11 dates in airline history from 1918:
Monday, March 11, 1918
The first regular international airmail service began, with Hansa-Brandenburg C.I aircraft linking Vienna, Lviv, Proskurov, and Kiev. View airlines from Austria.
Monday, March 18, 1918
The first Norwegian airline, DNL (Det Norske Luftfartrederi) was founded. View airlines from Norway.
Sunday, March 31, 1918
Austria initiated the first regularly scheduled airmail service in the midst of World War I. View airlines from Austria.
Monday, June 24, 1918
The first air mail in Canada was flown from Montreal to Toronto, arranged by the Aerial League of the British Empire. View airlines from Canada.
July 09 1918
Katherine Stinson operated Canadas' inaugural air mail flight from Calgary to Edmonton, containing a mailbag with a reported 259 letters. View airlines from Canada.
Monday, August 12, 1918
The US Army (U.S. Air Mail Service) turns airmail operations over to the Post Office Department. View airlines from USA.
Tuesday, October 29, 1918
DDL (Det Danske Luftfartselskab) was founded (>SAS). View airlines from Denmark.
Monday, November 25, 1918
Posta Aerea Transadriatica began regular mail flights from Venice. View airlines from Italy.
December 19th, 1918
Nordisk Luftkraft was founded by R Sandberg with Sverre, E Lund and A Bryn. Unfortunately, although the airline purchased aircraft, it never operated any revenue flights. View airlines from Norway.
Wednesday, December 25, 1918
Lignes Aeriennes Latecoere (Latecoere Air Lines) began services, its assets were incorporated into Air France in 1933.. View airlines from France.
December 25th, 1918
The founding meeting of the airline DNL (Det Norske Luftfartrederi) happened in Christiania (Oslo) with a stock capital of 3.3 million Norwegian kroner. View airlines from Norway.