Today In Aviation History: July 24th –

Today In Aviation History: July 24th

Today In Aviation History

Today In Aviation History

These are the top events in aviation history for July 24th:

Wednesday, July 24, 1929
Union Airways is registered (>South African Airways)

July 24th, 1937
SEDTA was founded by the German businessman and pilot Fritz Hammer as a Deutsche Lufthansa DLH subsidiary

July 24th, 1959
Varangfly was founded by Bjarne Zakariassen, Bjørn Rist & Odd Bentzen (>Norving)

Monday, July 24, 1967
Marshfield Aviation was certificated – flew scheduled air taxi services in Massachusetts

Thursday, July 24, 1980
Florida Commuter Airlines, founded 11Jun1979 as Red Baron Air, received its AOC

Wednesday, July 24, 1985
Dragonair obtained AOC

Sunday, July 24, 2005
Air Nepal International restarted services

Friday, July 24, 2009
The Italian Civil Aviation Authority suspended the operating licence of MyAir due to financial problems and service failures

July 24th, 2009
Texas Air Charters, incorporated on May 5th, 1988, was dissolved

Friday, July 24, 2015
YuVT-Aero, a Tatarstan based replacement for Ak Bars Aero restarted operations

July 24th, 2015
Blue Sky Airways started operations

July 24, 2018
E-Cargo, a cargo carrier based out of Moscow Domodedovo International (DME), made its first commercial flight to Pevek with 30 tons of cargo on board

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