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  2. Delta Air Lines. Book a trip. Check in, change seats, track your bag, check flight status, and more.

  3. Northwest Airlines fleet - Wikipedia

    Northwest Airlines was a major United States airline which existed from 1926 until 2010, when it merged with Delta Air Lines.At the time of the merger it had a total of 309 aircraft.

  4. Northwest Airlines Flight 85 - Wikipedia

    Northwest Airlines Flight 85 was a scheduled international passenger flight from Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport in the United States to Narita International Airport in Japan. On October 9, 2002, while over the Bering Sea , the Boeing 747-400 experienced a lower rudder hardover event, which occurs when an aircraft's rudder deflects to ...

  5. NWA history. Few airlines have been in business for as long Northwest Airlines has been, and it takes more than just providing seats on an airplane to become the leader in the industry that the company has become.

  6. 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.

  7. Several Different Names: The Early History Of Northwest Airlines

    The now defunct Northwest Airlines has experienced multiple different name changes over the years. Here is a summary of the airline's history. Northwest Airlines was initially founded in 1926 under the name Northwest Airways. The name "Northwest" was chosen because the company was based in what is ...

  8. Delta Air Lines

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  11. Northwest Airlines Flight 2501 | Valerie van Heest

    On Friday, June 23, 1950, Northwest Airlines Flight 2501, operating with a DC-4, departed New York’s LaGuardia airport at 8:30 PM EST and headed west to Seattle Washington, with planed stops in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Spokane, Washington.