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Askren, Robert G
50 Largest Area Employers. ..
Table listing the top 50 largest Kansas City area employers in 1984, with the following top notables: (1) federal government, (2) General Motors Corporation, (3) Bendix Corporation, (4) Missouri state...
A New Kansas City-Southwest Air Line: Braniff Lines
News of the introduction of Braniff Airways to Kansas City.
Air Age Mark in Jet Flight
August 3, 1959
First jet passenger plane out of Kansas City, leaving for Los Angeles, California.
Air Mail Assured by April 1, 1926
Article about air mail routes established at Richards Field to be flown by National Air Transport, Incorporated.
Air Transport Operations In Kansas City
The first regularly scheduled air transport operations began May 12, 1926. ''Yesterday marked the eighteenth anniversary of the beginning in Kansas City of regularly scheduled air transport operations....
Air Transport: Braniff to Increase Kansas City Flights in Major Route Shift
Map and article about the "major restructuring of its [Braniff Airlines'] route system with a planned expansion of its hub at Kansas City and a sharp reduction in service at hometown Dallas/Ft. Worth."...
Air Transport: Braniff Will Increase Nonstop Service from Kansas City Hub
Article about the expansion of the Kansas City hub of Braniff Airlines "with the introduction of service to six new points, boosting the number of nonstop destinations served to 19" out of Kansas City...
Air Transport: Eastern Cuts Size by 12% in Move to Erase Losses
Article about "the elimination of Eastern's [Eastern Air Lines] Kansas City hub and service to 11 cities in the Western U. S." as part of a "12% reduction in the overall size of the airline."
Air Transport: Kansas City Rebuilding after Braniff Bankruptcy
Article about the "rebuilding service" of Kansas City International Airlines in the wake of the bankruptcy and departure of Braniff Airlines in 1989.
Lists of aviation schools, airlines, and air mail times.
Airline Expands Nonstop Offerings
September 28, 2004
Midwest Airlines considers Kansas City its second base of operations. It will add seasonal, nonstop flights to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and New Orleans from Kansas City beginning in December. The airline...
Airline Industry Has Grown Fast in Kansas City
History of major airlines serving Kansas City as businesses.
Airline Service Here to a New Peak
May 11, 1937
This 1937 article gives schedules and airplane descriptions for Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc. (TWA), Hanford Airlines, Braniff Airways, and United. It gives a schedule for the new Sky Hawk that...
Airlines in the Kansas City Area
Folder contains photos, illustrations, maps, and information on airlines in the Kansas City area.
Airlines in the United States, January 1, 1934
Map and names of airlines showing routes in 1934: American Airways; Eastern Air Transport; Kohler Aviation Corp.; National Parks Airways; Northwest Airways; Pan American Airways System; Pennsylvania Air...
Airmail in Kansas City Shows Growth
Three new lines added during the year. Poundage of airmail nearly doubled from 1928 to 1929.
Two photographs of planes over Kansas City Municipal Airport. One is Braniff airliner, the other TWA.
Airplanes before Terminal Building and Skyline
Terminal building with Kansas City skyline in background; also shows row of TWA DC-3s in front of terminal.
File containing information pertaining to American Airlines, the company that bought out TWA in 2001.
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