Seaboard World Airlines

Seaboard & Western Airlines


Seaboard and Western Airlines was founded in September 1946 and began operations with a flight to Europe in May 1947.
The airline concentrated on freight charters until it was authorized to operate scheduled freight services across the Atlantic in 1955.
These services started in April 1956. The name was changed to Seaboard World Airlines in April 1961.
It was taken over by The Flying Tiger Line in October 1980.


Seaboard and Western Airlines
July 1, 1958


May 1, 1959
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April 26, 1964
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March 1, 1970


May 9, 1971
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Summer 1975


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This page last updated December 6, 2008.