Category:Salair Air Cargo

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Salair Air Cargo was created in 1980, at Seattle, Washington, USA, originally to fly fresh fish to market from Alaska. Within four years, the company’s fleet was increased from 1 to 4 Douglas DC-3s and, in addition to charter and contract service flights, regularly scheduled all-cargo services were undertaken to Portland and Spokane. During the remainder of the decade, general charters were expanded to westerns regions of the US and Canada. The fleet increased by the addition of 3 more Douglas DC-3s and 3 Convair 440 Metropolitans. As the company enters the 1990s, it establishes a Classic Airlines subsidiary, which employs 2 Douglas DC-3s in a specific livery to fly all first-class scenic, special demonstration, and nostalgia services. After several accidents, the company ceased operations in 1998, and is acquired by Alask Air Cargo.

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