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.
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.". 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. Teterboro Airport. ISBN 0-7385-7217-9.
- Colonial Air Transport
- Larson, George C. (August 1976). "The Birth of Flying Magazine". Flying. 99 (2): 9. Retrieved October 18, 2012.
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