AAXICO, the American Air Export and Import Company, was founded in 1946 in Miami Beach, Florida.
AAXICO's initial flight service consisted of five daily flights from New York to Atlantic City geared toward the horse racing industry, with the last flight scheduled to wait until after the last race. By 1956, AAXICO was registered as an all-cargo airline. AAXICO temporarily suspended flight operations on June 30, 1960, in negotiations with Air Line Pilots Association, International. Prior to its merger, AAXICO had a Department of Defense contract to carry 25,000 lbs of cargo daily. Its airline operations ceased in 1966, when they were sold to Saturn Airways.
The AAXICO fleet consists of the following aircraft as of DATE:
|DC-3||9||Leased off 6 DC-3's after slump in 1947|
Incidents and accidents
- AAxico Airlines, Inc., C-46-F, N67941, near Great Falls, Montana, August 14, 1963 
- AAxico Airlines, Inc., C-46-F, N67935, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, Nevada, September 25, 1963
- Aaxico Airlines, Inc., Douglas DC-6A, N6541C, West Slope of Mt. Rainier, Washington, April 23, 1965
- DC-6A, N6579C, on May 18, 1967, crash.
- "none". Billboard. August 10, 1946.
- Bureau of National Affairs (1967). Labor arbitration reports. 47.
- United States Civil Aeronautics Board (1966). Civil Aeronautics Board reports: Economic cases of the Civil Aeronautics Board. 43.
- Holden, William. "Financial Highlights; General Motors Announces It Plans To Reduce Prices on 1966 Models." The New York Times. Friday September 24, 1965. Business Financial 7. Retrieved on January 9, 2010. "The two carriers involved are Saturn Airways, Inc. ("Saturn") and AAXICO Airlines, Inc. . Under the merger agreement, Saturn is the surviving corporate..."
- "How to Contact Us Archived 2010-01-02 at the Wayback Machine.." AAXICO. Retrieved on January 9, 2010.
- United States Civil Aeronautics Board (1964). AAxico Airlines, Inc., C-46-F, N 67941, near Great Falls, Montana, August 14, 1963.
- United States Civil Aeronautics Board. AAxico Airlines, Inc., C-46-F, N 67935, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, Nevada, September 25, 1963.
- United States Civil Aeronautics Board. Aaxico Airlines, Inc., Douglas DC-6A, N6541C, West Slope of Mt. Rainier, Washington, April 23, 1965.
- "none". Aviation Week and Space Technology. 86.
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