Colonial Air Transport
|Key people||Juan Trippe|
Colonial acquired rights to fly the early U.S. airmail commercial route CAM-1, with the first flight held on July 26, 1926.
In 1927 the headquarters were moved to Boston.
In May 1929, it was acquired by AVCO.
The Colonial Air Transport fleet consisted of the following aircraft as of 1926:
|Fokker Universal||2||New York - Boston|
|Fokker F.VII||2||New York - Boston|
|Curtiss Lark||1||New York - Boston|
- "Air Line To Boston To Start Tomorrow. 3 Planes Will Be Used in First Regular Passenger Service. To Make 2 Trips Daily. Christening Trips Today. Flights Will Take 105 Minutes. Bus Terminal Here to Be at Hotel Pennsylvania". The New York Times. April 14, 1929. Retrieved 2014-01-04.
The first regular passenger air service will go into operation on a daily schedule tomorrow morning, when the Colonial Air Transport starts its service from Newark Airport to the East Boston field. Planes will leave ...
- Henry M. Holden (February 2010). Teterboro Airport. ISBN 978-0-7385-7217-8.
- Larson, George C. (August 1976). "The Birth of Flying Magazine". Flying. 99 (2): 9.
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