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World Airliners 1913 to 1939

World Airliners 1913 to 1939

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Aeronautical History
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World Airliners 1913 to 1939
A brief description & profiles or photos of notable Airliner Aircraft amalgamated from websources. Original article from
http://www.century-of-flight.freeola.com/Aviation%20history/airliners/airliners%20time%20line.htm
1913 to 1930
 
Benoist XIV
 1913 December 31The first airliner in the World. In 1914, theSt. Petersburg-Tampa Airboat line carriedpassengers between Tampa and St.Petersburg, Florida, using a Benoist flyingboat. The service was quite successful butin service for only a few months.
De Havilland DH-16
1919 The first British airliner. Flew inbriefly Europe and South America.
 Farman F-60 Goliath
1919 The first French airliner. Flew withEuropean airlines in the 1920s.
 Fokker F.II
1919 The first airliner of Fokker. Flew inWestern Europe in 1920s - 1930s.
 Handley Page W.8 (H.P.18)
1919 The popular British airliner of 1920s.Flew in Europe.
 Junkers F-13
1919 The most popular airliner of 1920s.The first passenger plane which flewworldwide.
 
 
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Lawson C-2 Airliner 
1919
 
Built for the
Lawson TransportationCompany, Milwaukee Wisconsin, USA. Totallyenclosed large aircraft, 27 Passengers & 2crew. Not commercially accepted.
 
Vickers 66 Vimi Commercial
1919 The first twin-engined British airliner.Flew in Europe, USSR and China.
 Blériot-Spad 33
 1920 The popular French airliner of 1920s. Flew in Europe.
Fokker F.III
1920 The popular Dutch airliner of 1920s.Flew in Europe, USSR and USA.
De Havilland D.H.34
1922 The British airliner of 1920s. Flew inEurope.
Supermarine Sea Eagle
1923 The British 6-seats amphibian. Flewacross English channel in 1920s
 Alexandrov - Kalinin AK-1
1924 The first Soviet airliner. It worked onthe Moscow - Nizny, Novgorod - Kazanroutes during the summer of 1924.
 Fokker F.VII (1m)
1924 Popular airliner by Fokker companyduring the 1920s - 1930s
 
 
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Handley Page W.8e/f Hamilton
 1924 The British airliner of Europeanroutes during the 1920s. It also openedthe first airline route in the Belgian Congo.
 Junkers G-23/G-24
1924 The first all-metal trimotor airliner inthe World.
 Short Calcutta
1924 Airline: Imperial Airways Country:UK, 3 Bristol Jupiter XIF radial engines,4to 5 crew, 15 passengers, 97 mph cruisespeed
Boeing Model 40
1925 The first airliner of Boeing Company
 Fokker F.VII/3m
1925 Most popular pre-war (WW2) airliner by Fokker. It remained in service up to theend of 1940s
 Kalinin K-1
1925 The first airliner of K.A. Kalinin.
 Polikarpov PM-1 (P-1)
1925 The first Soviet international airliner.
 Savoia-Marchetti S.55Ñ/P
1925 The popular Italian passenger flyingboat of the 1920s.
 

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