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   Vol. 20 No. 23
Tuesday June 15, 2021
No American Way

C. R. SmithNo American Way

     Of course, it had to happen but we cannot stop wishing that it didn’t. June 30 will mark the final flight of American Way, the onboard magazine of American, the world’s largest airline. AA began featuring the magazine 55 years ago aboard flights. The issue pictured here showcased airline founder CR Smith in 1976, recalling AA history as the company celebrated 50 years since its first flights as Robertson Air Service, moving two bags of USPS mails with 26 year-old Charles A. Lindbergh at the stick, piloting a De Haviland DH-4 between St. Louis and Chicago in 1926.
     No doubt COVID-19 had an ugly hand in all of this, but we mourn the loss and will miss the greetings and messages travelling the American Way . . .

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