Category:Antilles Air Boats

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Antilles Air Boats, Inc. was a company founded in 1963 by Charles F. Blair, Jr., retired Air Force Brigadier General, ex-Pan Am pilot/executive in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Antilles Air Boats ran regularly scheduled flights among St. Thomas, St. Croix, Puerto Rico and other island locales with Grumman Gooses its primary aircraft together with a Consolidated PBY Catalina. Tragically, Charles and three passengers perished in September 1978 when a Goose engine exploded on a flight between St. Croix and St. Thomas. In memory of her husband, Maureen Blair (actress Maureen O’Hara) took on the role of president and CEO of Antilles Air Boats. She was the first woman to head a regularly scheduled airline. The company Seaborne Airlines, founded in 1992 operates the same routes until now.

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