Category:Robertson Aircraft Corporation

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Robertson Aircraft Corporation was a post-World War I American aviation service company based at the Lambert-St. Louis Flying Field near St. Louis, Missouri, that flew passengers and U.S Air Mail , gave flying lessons, and performed exhibition flights. It also modified, re-manufactured, and resold surplus military aircraft. RAC also operated facilities in Kansas City, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, and Fort Wayne. On April 15, 1926, Robertson Aircraft Corporation started Contract Air Mail service over route CAM-2 from Lambert Field to Chicago, with stops in Springfield, Illinois and Peoria, Illinois.RAC added service over CAM-29 between St.Louis and Omaha in May 1929. By 1928 RAC was providing daily passenger and express service as well over the St. Louis - Chicago mail route flown in 12-passenger Stout Ford Tri-Motors. During the Great Depression Robertson's flight operations were merged into Universal Aviation Corporation along with Continental Airlines, Northern Air Lines, and Paul R. Braniff Inc., which became Braniff International Airways. Universal Aviation became a component of The Aviation Corporation in 1930, merging many companies into American Airways in 1934, eventually becoming American Airlines.

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