The airline industry in Australia began in the early 1920s with Western Australian Airways on the west coast, and Australian Aircraft and Engineering Company on the east coast. In 1921, Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services (QANTAS) was formed, and continues to operate. This is a list...When did Trans Australia Airlines go out of business?
However they were unsuccessful in this bid which was rejected by the High Court of Australia. Following this the government established Trans Australia Airlines. Furthermore, they operated in competition with Australian National Airways. The airlines ceased operations in two tranches. Firstly on 30 September 2001 and on 4 March 2002.Who is the parent company of Australian Airlines?
Australian Airlines. Australian Airlines was a full-service airline based in Australia, servicing Australian and Asian destinations between 2002 and 2006. It was an all-economy, full-service international leisure carrier, and was a wholly owned subsidiary of Qantas, (although run independently of the mainline carrier).Who was the founder of Australian National Airways?
In 1957 Australian National Airways, founded by Kingsford Smith and Ulm back in 1930, was in difficulties,and Ansett bought ANA (See under Holyman (Pioneers)), then Queensland Air Lines and Butler Air Transport.