Category:Ansett Airlines of Australia

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Ansett Airlines of Australia, was founded by Reg Ansett in 1935 as Ansett Airways Pty Ltd. In 1957 the company purchased ANA-Australian National Airways, the new entity became Ansett-ANA, the name it retained until 1 November 1968, when it became Ansett Airlines of Australia. Reg Ansett then set out to ensure no other competitors could rise up to challenge his airline. He took control of Adelaide based Guinea Airways renamed Airlines of South Australia (Ansett Airlines of South Australia in 1968)and Sydney based Butler Air Transport renamed Airlines of New South Wales (Ansett Airlines of New South Wales in 1968). In the same way, Papua New Guinean company Mandated Airlines was purchased in 1961 and called Ansett-MAL, then renamed Ansett Airlines of Papua New Guinea in 1968 with Ansett livery. Another unusual feature of Ansett's operations was the flying boat service from Rose Bay in Sydney to Lord Howe Island. This was operated by Ansett Flying Boat Services using Short Sandringham four-engined aircraft. This service ceased in 1974. By 1981. the company was renamed as Ansett Australia.

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

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