Airline history from 1936, this page lists 33 airline related events from 1936.
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33 dates in airline history from 1936:
Wednesday, January 01, 1936
British Airways Limited was formed from United Airways, Hillman’s Airways and Spartan Airlines. (>British Airways). View airlines from United Kingdom.
January 5th, 1936
The Union Steamship Company founded a new national airway, Union Airways of N.Z. (>>Air New Zealand). View airlines from New Zealand.
January 15, 1936
Union Airways started operations (...>>Air New Zealand). View airlines from New Zealand.
Thursday, February 13, 1936
Imperial Airways commenced airmail services to West Africa (>British Airways). View airlines from United Kingdom.
Monday, February 17, 1936
Ansett made its first flight from Hamilton to Melbourne. View airlines from Australia.
Wednesday, March 04, 1936
Rigid airship Hindenburg made its first flight. View airlines from Germany.
April 1st, 1936
Trysil Flyveselskap was founded. View airlines from Norway.
Saturday, April 04, 1936
Mayflower Airlines began service between Boston and Nantucket (>>Delta). View airlines from USA.
April 07, 1936
Alpar AG (Alpar, Schweizerische Luftverkehrs AG) was formed. View airlines from Switzerland.
Wednesday, April 15, 1936
Aer Lingus, flag carrier of Ireland, was founded. View airlines from Ireland.
Saturday, May 09, 1936
The German airship Hindenburg lands at Lakehurst, New Jersey after its first scheduled transatlantic flight.. View airlines from Germany.
Friday, May 22, 1936
Aer Lingus Teoranta was registered as an airline (>Aer Lingus). View airlines from Ireland.
Saturday, May 23, 1936
Opening of Stockholm Bromma Airport. View airlines from Sweden.
Tuesday, May 26, 1936
State-owned Aer Lingus took delivery of its first aircraft, registered EI-ABI, and named it "Iolar". View airlines from Ireland.
Wednesday, May 27, 1936
Aer Lingus made its maiden flight from Baldonnel Aerodrome in Dublin to Bristol (Whitchurch airfield) in the UK. View airlines from Ireland.
Friday, June 12, 1936
West Australian Airways' operations ceased when it merged with Holyman's Airways & Adelaide Airways to form ANA. View airlines from Australia.
19th June, 1936
Laurentian Air Services was founded by A. Barnet Maclaren and Walter Deisher, as a bushpilot company. View airlines from Canada.
Thursday, June 25, 1936
American Airlines became the first to place the DC.3 in service (using the berth-equipped DST version). View airlines from USA.
Saturday, June 27, 1936
Lockheed Model 12 Electra Junior first flight. View airlines from USA.
Wednesday, July 01, 1936
Isthmian Airways, founded in 1929 by owner Ralph E. Sexton, was forced to close. View airlines from Panama.
Wednesday, July 08, 1936
First landing of an aircraft at Rhein-Main-Flughafen (now Frankfurt am Main Airport) was made by a Junker Ju-52. View airlines from Germany.
Saturday, August 01, 1936
British Continental Airways & the Scandinavian routes were absorbed into British Airways, although the Belgian routes continued under the BCA name for a further 2 months. View airlines from United Kingdom.
Wednesday, August 26, 1936
LAM was established on this date & commenced charter operations in 1936 as DETA. Regular airmail services started on 22Dec1937. View airlines from Mozambique.
Monday, September 07, 1936
The tarmac of Geneva Airport is covered with concrete over a length of 400m, the first of its kind in Europe. View airlines from Switzerland.
September 09, 1936
Crilly Airways, operated passenger services between several cities in England starting in early 1935 from Doncaster but ceased trading and entered receivership. View airlines from United Kingdom.
September 30th, 1936
W.R. Carpenter & Co (Aerial Service) merged with Pacific Aerial Transport, to form Mandated Airlines. View airlines from Papua New Guinea.
Wednesday, October 21, 1936
Pan Am initiates regular weekly transpacific passenger service as the Hawaii Clipper took off from Almeda, near San Francisco, arriving at Manila on 27Oct1936. View airlines from USA.
Tuesday, October 27, 1936
Pan Am initiates regular weekly transpacific passenger service as the Hawaii Clipper took off from Almeda, near San Francisco on 21Oct1936, arrives at Manila. View airlines from USA.
Sunday, November 01, 1936
Central Airlines and Pennsylvania Airlines merged to form Pennsylvania-Central Airlines (>United Airlines). View airlines from USA.
Monday, November 02, 1936
Adelaide Airways amalgamated with Holyman's Airways & West Australian Airways to form ANA (Australian National Airways). View airlines from Australia.
Thursday, November 19, 1936
PLUNA, founded in Sep1936, commenced operations. View airlines from Uruguay.
Friday, December 18, 1936
Wearne's Air Service was formed (>MAS). View airlines from Malaya.
December 29, 1936
CAUSA (Compania Aeronautica Uruguaya S.A) was founded by the Uruguayan banker Luis J. Supervielle and Coronel Tydeo Larre Borges. View airlines from Uruguay.