Australian National Airways (1930)
|Commenced operations||January 1930|
|Fleet size||See Aircraft below|
The airline began operations in January 1930 with five Avro 618 Tens, similar aircraft to Kingsford Smith's famous Southern Cross. However, the airline folded in 1931 after the crash of VH-UMF Southern Cloud in the Australian Alps between Sydney and Melbourne, and VH-UNA Southern Sun in Malaya.
- VH-UMF Southern Cloud (crashed March 1931)
- VH-UMG Southern Star
- VH-UMH Southern Sky
- VH-UMI Southern Moon
- VH-UNA Southern Sun (crashed November 1931)
On the airline's dissolution, Southern Moon was bought by Ulm, refitted for long-distance flight and reregistered as VH-UXX Faith in Australia. The other two aircraft were sold to Keith Virtue's New England Airways.