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Name Boston-Maine Airways

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Image of Official Airline Guide (OAG) - 1929-2009

Official Airline Guide (OAG) - 1929-2009

Monthly publication of worldwide and North American airline flight schedules, also called "timetables," showing flight times, fares, cities served and equipment (aircraft types). Also found in this publication are airline route maps, print advertisements and the names of airline executives. Beginning in 1956, the OAG was published each month as two volumes: a North America Edition and a World-Wide Edition. Earlier titles: The Official Aviation Guide of the Airways (1929-1948), Universal Airline Schedules (1943-1944), American Aviation Traffic Guide (1944-1948). On March 4, 1948, American Aviation Associates purchased The Official Aviation Guide of the Airways, the oldest airline guide

Image of Manchester's Airport: Flying Through Time - 2006

Manchester's Airport: Flying Through Time - 2006

By Edward W Brouder; Maurice B Quirin; Barbara D Miles; Christopher van Veen. "Published with the generous financial support of and in collaboration with New Hampshire Aviation Historical Society" [title page] Includes bibliographical references (p. 383-401) and index.

Image of Adventures of a Yellowbird: The Biography of an Airline - 1969

Adventures of a Yellowbird: The Biography of an Airline - 1969

History of Northeast Airlines from the 1930s-1969, written to coincide with the airline's 35th anniversary. Signed by author: "To Gus: Nice to be joining Delta. Hope you enjoy our story. Bob Mudge" ". . . Written by one of its veteran pilots, it begins in the early days of commercial aviation, when only daredevils were supposed to go up in airplanes. Northeast pilots flew all over New England, navigating without instruments, without radio, without lights--yet posting a remarkable safety records. Their mettle was tested in World War II, when they vounteered their services to the Government and flew important missions overseas and to northernmost stations deep in the Arctic. When in 1956,

Image of Boston-Maine Airways Stinson Model T - ca. 1933-1936

Boston-Maine Airways Stinson Model T - ca. 1933-1936

Black and white negative of two Boston-Maine Airways Stinson T aircraft in front of hangar in Boston. Aircraft in the foreground is Stinson T, NC429Y.