HISTORY: CHICAGO & SOUTHERN AIR LINES (C&S) was a United States airline that started life as Pacific Seaboard Air Lines in California and was organized on June 15, 1933. Following the move from California, the airline's headquarters were initially located in St. Louis, Missouri and were then moved to Memphis, Tennessee which also served as a hub for the carrier. The airline changed its name to Chicago and Southern Air Lines in 1935. C&S was merged into Delta Air Lines in 1953 thus providing Delta with its first international routes.
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