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  2. History of Delta Air Lines - Wikipedia

    Delta launched its first frequent flyer program in 1981 which became the SkyMiles program in 1995. In 1982, the airline acquired its first Boeing 737s.Also in December 1982, Delta took delivery of its first 757 and 767-200, named the Spirit of Delta, which was paid for "by voluntary contributions from employees, retirees and Delta's community partners."

  3. List of airline bankruptcies in the United States - Wikipedia

    Emerged from bankruptcy as American Airlines Group; includes parent company AMR Corporation and subsidiary American Eagle Airlines: Ryan International Airlines: March 6, 2012 Ceased operations Pinnacle Airlines: April 2, 2012 May 1, 2013 Emerged as subsidiary of Delta Air Lines; name changed to Endeavor Air: Southern Air

  4. Eastern Air Lines - Wikipedia

    Eastern Air Lines was a composite of assorted air travel corporations, including Florida Airways and Pitcairn Aviation.In the late 1920s, Pitcairn Aviation won a contract to fly mail between New York City and Atlanta, Georgia on Mailwing single-engine aircraft.

  5. List of airline codes - Wikipedia

    This is a list of all airline codes.The table lists the IATA airline designators, the ICAO airline designators and the airline call signs (telephony designator). Historical assignments are also included for completeness.

  6. Glossary of bird terms - Wikipedia

    The following is a glossary of common English language terms used in the description of birds—warm-blooded vertebrates of the class Aves and the only living dinosaurs, characterized by feathers, the ability to fly in all but the approximately 60 extant species of flightless birds, toothless, beaked jaws, the laying of hard-shelled eggs, a high metabolic rate, a four-chambered heart and a ...

  7. List of North American fraternal orders - Wikipedia

    The M.B.A. was open to members of the parent organization between ages 18–56. There were 7,000 members of the order in the late 1890s "well distributed across the west", but mostly in Illinois. Worked four degrees – Volunteer, Militant, Knight and Valiant Knight. It was apparently defunct by the early 1920s.