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  2. Mesaba Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Mesaba Aviation, Inc. (operating as Mesaba Airlines) was an American regional airline based in Eagan, Minnesota From 2010 to 2012 the airline was a wholly owned subsidiary of Pinnacle Airlines Corporation with code sharing flights operated as Delta Connection for Delta Air Lines and US Airways Express for US Airways.

  3. Take a virtual tour of our museum! This video was recorded in June 2020. The Northwest Airlines History Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and presenting the history of Northwest Airlines, its people, and its impact on the areas it served.

  4. FedEx route maps

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    FedEx route maps are listed on this page | AirlineRouteMaps.com – world’s largest online airline route map database with over 1200 maps from nearly 800 airlines in 200 countries

  5. American Airlines route map - Europe - Airline Route Maps

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    American Airlines is the world s largest airline by fleet size, passengers carried and revenue. The merger with US Airways took place in 2013, and by 2015 the brand was fully phased out. American Airlines is one of the founding members of Oneworld, operating out of 10 hubs across the United States; the three largest hubs are Dallas/Ft. Worth ...

  6. Help Center Overview | Delta Air Lines

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    Looking for help with changing or canceling a flight, getting a refund, managing your miles, or something else? We’re here to assist. Explore common customer questions and find links to more information.

  7. Hawaiian Airlines — Wikipédia

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    Hawaiian Airlines (Code AITA : HA ; code OACI : HAL) est une compagnie aérienne américaine basée à Hawaï. Elle assure des vols intérieurs et internationaux depuis son hub à l' aéroport international d'Honolulu .

  8. Maritime call sign - Wikipedia

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    On April 14, 1912, the RMS Titanic station MGY, busily delivering telegram traffic from ship's passengers to the coastal station at Cape Race, Newfoundland (call sign MCE), would receive warnings of ice fields from Marconi stations aboard the MV Mesaba (call sign MMU) and the SS Californian (call sign MWL).