OZARK AIR LINES

IATA: OZ - 041 ICAO: OZA FOUNDED:1 SEP 1943 CEASED OPERATIONS: 26 OCT 1986

HISTORY: OZARK AIR LINES operated in the United States from 1950 until 1986 when it was purchased by Trans World Airlines. On 1 September 1943 Ozark Air Lines was founded to fly services from Springfield, Missouri, and in January 1945 it began flights between Springfield and St. Louis. A smaller airline with the same name (whose operating certificate was purchased by Great Plains Airlines) operated in 2000–2001. From 1950 until 1986 Ozark's headquarters was at Lambert–St. Louis International Airport in St. Louis County, Missouri. Ozark ceased to exist as an independent company on October 27, 1986.

 

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16/9/1952 (From St. Louis to Columbia)

 

 

2/7/1967 (From Kansas City to Cedar RPDS)

 

 

8/8/1969 (From Chicago to Ft. Dodge to Chicago)

 

 

26/10/1973 (From Saginaw to Chicago)

 

 

28/6/1974 (From Chicago to St. Louis)

 

 

20/7/1979 (From Chicago to Saginaw to Chicago)

 

 

UNUSED EDITION 8/1980

 

 

18/12/1981

 

 

 

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