EAST AFRICAN AIRWAYS

IATA: EC - 094 ICAO: - FOUNDED: 1 JAN 1946 CEASED OPERATIONS: JAN 1977

HISTORY: EAST AFRICAN AIRWAYS CORPORATION, more commonly known as East African Airways, was an airline jointly run by Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. It was set up on 1 January 1946, starting operations the same year. The airline was headquartered in the Sadler House in Nairobi, Kenya.[2] The corporation was dissolved in 1977 amid deteriorated relations among the three countries. Financial difficulties deepened when both Tanzania and Uganda struggled or failed to pay their outstanding debts for the operations of the airline. EAA operations came to a total halt in January 1977. Both Kenya and Uganda had established their own national airlines before the folding of the corporation, with Uganda Airlines forming in 1976 and Kenya Airways in 1977. Tanzania followed in April 1977 with the formation of Air Tanzania.

 

SEE BOARDING PASS

 

 

 

20/3/1957 (From Bangkok to Jakarta to Singapore to Hong Kong to Manila)

 

 

10/7/1961 (From Nairobi to Rome)

 

 

27/12/1961 (From Nairobi to Dar es Salaam to Nairobi)

 

 

27/9/1965 (From London to Entebbe to London)

 

 

9/8/1967 (From Mombasa to Zanzibar to Mombasa)

 

 

24/7/1968 (From Moshi to Dar es Salaam to Nairobi)

 

 

10/12/1969 (From Mombasa to Nairobi to Mombasa)

 

 

18/8/1972 (From Athens to Nairobi to Arusha to Nairobi to Athens)

 

 

24/1/1975 (From Nairobi to Mombasa to Nairobi)

 

 

2/10/1975 (From Rome to Nairobi to Rome)

 

 

24/12/1976 (From London to Rome to London)

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS CHARGE ORDER 17/1/1976

 

 

EXCESS BAGGAGE TICKET 8/12/1956

 

 

OVERNIGHT ARRANGEMENT

 

 

 

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