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AIRMAIL CREATES AN INDUSTRY: Making it on Their Own

Between 1934 -1938, the U.S. airline industry struggled in face of drastically declining federal revenues. But by the end of the decade, it began to rebound, and by the end of World War II, America's aviation companies were on the cusp of a high permanence and profit explosion.

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Pan Am 747 laoding mail United Airlines Flying Mailcar
50th anniversary of Airmail Service  
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(top left) Pan Am 747 laoding mail

(top right) United Airlines Flying Mailcar

(bottom left) 50th anniversary of Airmail Service
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