Category:American Overseas Airlines

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American Overseas Airlines (AOA) was an airline that operated between the United States and Europe between 1945 and 1950. The company American Export Airlines (AEA), commonly known as Am Ex, was founded in April 1937 as a wholly owned subsidiary of the shipping company American Export Lines. In 1945, American Airlines was interested in acquiring AEA since it wanted to break into the overseas market, dominated at that time by PAA. The company was renamed as American Overseas Airlines. AOA merged into Pan American's Atlantic Division on September, 1950. This unit would ultimately become part of Delta Air Lines.


This page lists all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of American Overseas Airlines.

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Pages in category "American Overseas Airlines"

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