HISTORY: OVERSEAS NATIONAL AIRWAYS (ONA) was an American airline, formed in June 1950 as a supplemental air carrier. It ceased operations on September 14, 1978. The airline started as Air Travel in 1946 and was renamed Calasia Air Transport the same year. The name changed to Overseas National in 1950 when it became a supplemental air carrier. The company's headquarters were on the property of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. A second related company, which took the name in 1978, was later renamed National Airlines before declaring bankruptcy in 1986.
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