Airline history from 1941, this page lists 12 airline related events from 1941.
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12 dates in airline history from 1941:
Wednesday, February 26, 1941
Philippine Airlines was founded, making it Asia’s first and oldest carrier, still to this day operating under its original name. View airlines from Philippines.
March 13, 1941
Philippine Aerial Taxi Company (PATCO) was reformed, when it changed its name to Philippine Air Lines (PAL). View airlines from Philippines.
Friday, March 14, 1941
Air Cargo, Inc. was formed by United, American, TWA and Eastern to deliver freight. View airlines from USA.
Saturday, March 15, 1941
PAL (Philippine Air Lines) began service with a Beechcraft Model 18 NPC-54 with flights from Manila to Baguio. View airlines from Philippines.
Friday, March 28, 1941
NAB (Navegacao Aerea Brasileira) inaugurates services. View airlines from Brazil.
Saturday, May 31, 1941
United Air Lines end the first all-freight service by a U.S. airline. View airlines from USA.
Monday, June 16, 1941
First US federally owned airport opened. Washington DC (today Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport). View airlines from USA.
Sunday, June 22, 1941
Start of the Continuation War placed Aero O/Y under military control once again. View airlines from Finland.
Thursday, August 21, 1941
SATA Air Acores was founded.as Sociedade Açoreana de Estudos Aéreos Lda.. View airlines from Portugal.
Wednesday, October 01, 1941
Inter-Island Airways name changed to Hawaiian Airlines. View airlines from USA.
Monday, December 01, 1941
Air Cargo, Inc. (formed by United, American, TWA and Eastern) began operations. View airlines from USA.
Thursday, December 18, 1941
INAEC (Iloilo-Negros Air Express Co.) ceased operations when all aircraft destroyed in Japanese air attack (>PAL). View airlines from Philippines.