TRANS AUSTRALIA AIRLINES (TAA)

IATA: TN - 102 ICAO: TAA FOUNDED: FEB 1946 CEASED OPERATIONS: 1986

HISTORY: TRANS AUSTRALIA AIRLINES (TAA) was one of the two major Australian domestic airlines between its inception in 1946 and its merger with Qantas in September 1992. With the bill suitably amended to remove the monopoly provisions, the Australian National Airways Commission came into existence in February 1946. In 1986, after a change of airline management, the name Trans-Australia Airlines was controversially dropped, in favour of Australian Airlines. Associated with this image change was a new livery for the airlines' aircraft, which wore the title Australian.

 

 

UNKNOWN (From Melbourne to Sydney)

 

 

19/1/1951 (From Adelaide to Melbourne)

 

 

7/2/1956 (From Sydney to Cairns)

 

 

28/7/1957 (From Sydney to Melbourne)

 

 

30/1/1959 (From Melbourne to Hobart to Melbourne)

 

 

12/5/1966 (From Melbourne to Perth to Melbourne)

 

 

19/11/1968 (From Melbourne to Sydney)

 

 

27/7/1972 (From Melbourne to Sydney to Adelaide)

 

 

6/11/1972 (From Darwin to Koepang)

 

 

1/5/1973 (From Canberra to Sydney)

 

 

9/1/1975 (From Honolulu to Wandi to Sydney to Melbourne)

 

 

24/2/1975 (From Sydney to Orange to Sydney)

 

 

11/8/1981 (From Hobart to Melbourne to Hobart)

 

 

9/2/1983 (From Christchurch to Melbourne)

 

 

UNKNOWN

 

 

10/2/1984

 

 

UNKNOWN

 

 

1/9/1986 (From Adelaide to Melbourne)

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES ORDER

 

 

 

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