CAPITAL AIRLINES

IATA: - 132 ICAO: - FOUNDED:21 APR 1948 CEASED OPERATIONS: 1 JUN 1961

HISTORY: CAPITAL AIRLINES was an airline serving the eastern, southern, southeastern, and midwestern United States. Capital's headquarters were located at Washington National Airport (now Reagan Airport) across the Potomac river from Washington, D.C. where crew training and aircraft overhauls were also accomplished. In the 1950s Capital was the fifth largest United States domestic carrier by passenger count (and sometimes by passenger-miles) after the Big Four air carriers (American, United, TWA, and Eastern). Capital merged with United Airlines in 1961

 

 

29/1/1949 (From Washington to Chicago)

 

 

29/1/1949 (From Washington to Chicago)

 

 

1/4/1955 (From Washington to New York)

 

 

30/9/1955

 

 

14/3/1960 (From Willow Detroit to Milwalkee)

 

 

6/7/1960 (From Chicago to Pittsburgh to Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to Chicago)

 

 

25/1/1961 (From Miami to Pittsburgh)

 

 

26/2/1961 (From Buffalo to Pittsburgh)

 

 

UNKNOWN (From Pittsburgh to New York to Pittsburgh)

 

 

TOUR ORDER 29/4/1960

 

 

EXCESS BAGGAGE TICKET 28/5/1956

 

 

 

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