Airline history from 1975, this page lists 30 airline related events from 1975.
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30 dates in airline history from 1975:
January 01, 1975
Air Alpes took over Air Vosges. View airlines from France.
Sunday, January 12, 1975
British Airways launched its "British Airways Shuttle", Europe’s first walk on service. View airlines from United Kingdom.
Monday, February 03, 1975
First scheduled flight was operated by Cyprus Turkish Airlines. View airlines from Northern Cyprus.
Saturday, February 08, 1975
Cyprus Airways restarted limited operations from Larnaca Airport. View airlines from Cyprus.
Friday, February 14, 1975
Swiss was founded as Business Flyers Basel. Renamed to Crossair just prior to starting scheduled services. View airlines from Switzerland.
Saturday, March 01, 1975
Air Comores was established. View airlines from Comoros.
Friday, March 07, 1975
Yakovlev Yak-42 first flight. View airlines from USSR.
Saturday, March 15, 1975
Air Austral restarted operations as Reunion Air Service. View airlines from Réunion.
Thursday, March 27, 1975
First flight of the de Havilland Canada Dash 7, piloted by Bob Fowler. View airlines from Canada.
Wednesday, April 30, 1975
Air Vietnam, formed on 01Oct1951 to take over services from Air France, ceased operations. View airlines from South Vietnam.
Thursday, May 01, 1975
Air Iceland, formed in Akureyri by Tryggvi Helgason as Norðurflug, was incorporated as Flugfélag Norðurlands. View airlines from Iceland.
Wednesday, May 14, 1975
Royal Brunei Airlines restarted operations. View airlines from Brunei.
Saturday, May 24, 1975
PATI (Philippine Aerotransport): restarted operations. View airlines from Philippines.
Monday, June 30, 1975
Air Burundi restarted operations after rename from STAB. View airlines from Burundi.
Wednesday, July 02, 1975
Crossair commenced scheduled passenger services as Business Flyers Basel (>Swiss). View airlines from Switzerland.
Friday, July 04, 1975
First flight of the B.747SP, modified version of the B.747 which was designed for ultra-long-range flights. The SP stands for "Special Performance". View airlines from USA.
Saturday, July 12, 1975
Mexicana Click, founded in 1972 as Aerolíneas Bonanza, renamed to Aerocaribe in 1975, restarted operations. View airlines from Mexico.
Sunday, July 27, 1975
Downtown Airlines ceased operations. View airlines from USA.
Friday, August 08, 1975
Japan Air Lines establishes Japan Asia Airways as a subsidiary. View airlines from Japan.
Monday, September 22, 1975
Servicios Aereos da Beira (SAB) was formed by the Malaysian state of Sabah (..>>TTA). View airlines from Mozambique.
Monday, September 22, 1975
Oneida County Aviation was founded by Paul Quakenbush at Utica (..>>AA). View airlines from USA.
Tuesday, October 07, 1975
Alpine Air Express operations restarted. View airlines from USA.
Friday, October 31, 1975
General Air Luftverkehrsgesellschaft, formed on 01Mar1974 to succeed General Air Nord, ceased operations. View airlines from West Germany.
Sunday, November 02, 1975
Surinam Airways start operations using a leased KLM DC-8-63 after being renamed from SLM. View airlines from Suriname.
November 11, 1975
The "SyrianAir" name was officially adopted. View airlines from Syria.
Saturday, November 15, 1975
First circumnavigation of the world, over-flying both poles, was made by a Flying Tiger Line B.707. View airlines from USA.
Friday, November 28, 1975
Johnson International Airlines was rebranded as Evergreen International Airlines. View airlines from USA.
Friday, December 19, 1975
Air France took delivery of its 1st Concorde. View airlines from France.
Friday, December 26, 1975
The Soviet Union inaugurates the world’s first regular supersonic airline service, with the departure of a Tupolev-144 from Moscow. View airlines from USSR.
Tuesday, December 30, 1975
Harbin Y-11 first flight. View airlines from China.