Some articles on air, line, lines, air lines:
... This transport-related list is incomplete you can help by expanding it 30000 Island Air (2000?-?) - Charter Rental Leasing Service air operator based in Parry Sound, Ontario using de Havilland Canada DHC-2. 2008) Sonicblue Airways (ceased operations 2006) Southern Frontier Airlines (to Time Air) Starratt Airways (1932 - 1942, to Canadian Pacific Airlines) Swanberg Air Time Air (1966 - 1991, to ...
... Samoa Air (American Samoa, 1987 to 2003) Saturn Airways (1960 - 76, to Trans International Airlines) Seaboard World Airlines (1946 - 80, to Flying Tiger Line ... In 1930, bought by Western Air Express, thru merger with TAT became TWA, Transcontinental Western Air, Trans World Airlines Standard Airlines (1947 - 1949) non-scheduled airline ... - 1988) Superior Airlines (1993 - 1995 to Mesa Airlines Swift Aire Lines (1969 - 1981, merged with Golden Gate Airlines) ...
... a fully owned subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines providing executive jet services as well as aircraft management and commercial charter ... Private Jet fleet, formerly operated by Swiss European Air Lines ... is located in the Swiss International Air Lines Zurich office in Kloten, Switzerland ...
... This article lists airline mergers and acquisitions, with a brief history of each Air Berlin 2006 - Acquired dba ... Air New Zealand 2000 - Acquired Ansett Australia, Ansett collapsed, proving to be more of a drain than asset ... Air Canada 2000 - Acquired Canadian Airlines ...
... Trans Australia Airlines Austria Amerer Air Bolivia Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano Brazil VARIG Canada Air Spray (aerial firefighting) Buffalo Airways Conair ...
Famous quotes containing the words lines and/or air:
“Who will in fairest book of Nature know
How virtue may best lodged in beauty be,
Let him but learn of love to read in thee,
Stella, those fair lines which true goodness show.
There shall he find all vices overthrow,
Not by rude force, but sweetest sovereignty
—Sir Philip Sidney (15541586)
“Nor sequent centuries could hit
Orbit and sum of SHAKSPEAREs wit.
The men who lived with him became
Poets, for the air was fame.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)