|Paul Joseph McGinness|
14 February 1896|
|Died||25 January 1952
Perth, Western Australia
||Australian Imperial Force
Australian Flying Corps
Royal Australian Air Force
|Years of service||1914–1919
|Battles/wars||Second World War|
|Awards||Distinguished Flying Cross
Distinguished Conduct Medal
|Other work||Co-founder of Qantas|
Paul Joseph McGinness, DFC, DCM (14 February 1896 – 25 January 1952) was an Australian flying ace of the First World War, credited with seven aerial victories. He was a co-founder of Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services (Qantas). McGinness was born on his family's property at Framlingham, Victoria, near Warrnambool, and attended St Patrick's College, Ballarat. McGinness died at Hollywood Repatriation Hospital and was buried at Karrakatta Cemetery.
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- "Obscure funeral for hero". The Mail (Adelaide). 41, (2,070). South Australia. 2 February 1952. p. 5. Retrieved 12 May 2016 – via National Library of Australia.
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