EASTERN AIR LINES

IATA: EA - 007 ICAO: EAL FOUNDED: 1934 CEASED OPERATIONS: 19 JAN 1991

HISTORY: EASTERN AIR LINES was a major American airline from 1926 to 1991. Was a composite of assorted air travel corporations, including Florida Airways and Pitcairn Aviation. In 1929, Clement Keys, the owner of North American Aviation, purchased Pitcairn. In 1930, Keys changed the company's name to Eastern Air Transport. After being purchased by General Motors and experiencing a change in leadership after the Airmail Act of 1934, the airline became known as Eastern Air Lines. In 1956 Eastern bought Colonial Airlines, giving the airline its first routes to Canada. The airline stopped flying at midnight Saturday, January 19, 1991.

 

SEE BOARDING PASS

 

 

 

UNUSED (Between New York Newark and Miami)

 

 

UNUSED (Between Washington and New York Newark)

 

 

28/12/1945 (From Greenville to New York)

 

 

24/5/1947

 

 

29/1/1952

 

 

20/4/1955

 

 

7/12/1955

 

 

25/5/1956

 

 

24/10/1959 (From Charlotte to Atlanta)

 

 

1/7/1961

 

 

1/4/1962 (From Newark to Washington to New York)

 

 

3/1/1964 (From Miami to Pittsburgh)

 

 

12/8/1964 (From Miami to New York to Miami)

 

 

19/4/1965 (From Miami to Boston)

 

 

9/3/1969 (From Montreal to New York to Montreal)

 

 

UNUSED EDITION 1/1972

 

 

UNUSED EDITION 1/1975

 

 

8/6/1977 (From New York to Montreal)

 

 

2/2/1978 (From New York to Nassau to New York)

 

 

UNUSED EDITION 11/1980

 

 

UNUSED EDITION 5/1984

 

 

11/10/1990 (From Montreal to New York to Montreal)

 

 

TOUR ORDER 31/5/1957

 

 

 

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