Airline history from 1964, this page lists 29 airline related events from 1964.
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29 dates in airline history from 1964:
Wednesday, January 01, 1964
BEA Helicopters was formed. View airlines from United Kingdom.
Saturday, February 01, 1964
B.727 entered service with Eastern Air Lines. View airlines from USA.
Thursday, February 06, 1964
United's first B.727 scheduled service took place with a flight from San Francisco to Denver. View airlines from USA.
Thursday, March 05, 1964
Somali Airlines was founded as the newly independent Somalia's national airline. View airlines from Somalia.
March 06, 1964
Air Saint-Pierre was established by the Briand family. View airlines from Saint-Pierre and Miquelon.
Wednesday, March 11, 1964
BEA (British European Airways) operated the DH Trident's first commercial service, standing in for a Comet 4B. View airlines from United Kingdom.
Monday, March 16, 1964
Air Congo was renamed to Air Congo (Brazzaville) (>Lina Congo). View airlines from Republic of Congo.
Wednesday, March 25, 1964
Domodedovo Airlines operated its first revenue service as Domodedovo United Air Detachment. View airlines from USSR.
April 15th, 1964
Japan Domestic Airlines Co, Ltd. was established by merging Nitto, Fuji and Kita Nihon Airlines (...>>JAL). View airlines from Japan.
Wednesday, April 29, 1964
PIA became the first airline from a non-communist country to fly into the People’s Republic of China. View airlines from Pakistan.
Wednesday, April 29, 1964
BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation) (>BA) introduced the VC10 jet into its London-Lagos route. View airlines from United Kingdom.
Saturday, June 06, 1964
Silver City Airline announces that it had airlifted its one millionth car between England and continental Europe. View airlines from United Kingdom.
July 1st, 1964
Zambia Airways, founded in Apr1964 as a subsidiary of Central African Airways, commenced operations. View airlines from Zambia.
Saturday, August 01, 1964
ALM-Antillean Airlines founded in Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles; an offshoot of KLM Royal Dutch. View airlines from Netherlands Antilles.
August 15, 1964
Alfred W. Stover was authorised to operate scheduled commuter services in Pennsylvania, and was certificated as an air taxi operated. View airlines from USA.
Sunday, August 16, 1964
The name Britannia Airways was adopted from Euravia when the airline started re-equipping with Bristol Britannia (>Thomsonfly). View airlines from United Kingdom.
September 08 1964
Upper Valley Aviation was certicated to fly scheduled mail services from McAllen in the extreme south of Texas. View airlines from USA.
Wednesday, September 16, 1964
Mid-States Aviation Corporation started operations on local routes out of Meigs Field, Chicago. View airlines from USA.
Thursday, October 01, 1964
Derby Airways changed its name to British Midland Airways (>British Airways). View airlines from United Kingdom.
Tuesday, October 13, 1964
Queen Elizabeth was flown from London to Ottawa on the first Air Canada DC 8 sporting the new titles and paint scheme. View airlines from Canada.
October 27, 1964
Wes-Tex Aircraft was certificated to operate scheduled third-level services from Lubbock. View airlines from USA.
Wednesday, November 04, 1964
First ever automatic blind landing by a passenger aircraft when a British European Airways Hawker Siddeley Trident landed in dense fog. View airlines from United Kingdom.
Tuesday, November 17, 1964
Mass Air (Massachusetts Air Industries), founded in late 1964 by E. Antony and sons, started operations. View airlines from USA.
Saturday, November 21, 1964
Maryland Airways, set up in late 1964, started daily Beech 18 trips across Chesapeake Bay. View airlines from USA.
November 23, 1964
Air Taxi Associates inaugurated daily roundtrip scheduled Piper lightplane commuter services to New York (JFK). View airlines from USA.
November 24, 1964
Sisk Aviation Activities was certificated to operate scheduled third-level services to points in Illinois. View airlines from USA.
Monday, November 30, 1964
United States Overseas Airlines ceased operations. View airlines from USA.
Tuesday, December 08, 1964
A United Air Lines Caravelle made the first landing in the USA completely controlled by computer (automatic touchdown). View airlines from USA.
December 11, 1964
Ritchie Air Services having been formed by Ian Ritchie in 1960 merged with NZ Tourist Air Travel. View airlines from New Zealand.