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Air Express a.k.a. Air Express Algeria is an Algerian airline dedicated to the Oil and Gas Industry. The company is based in Hassi Messaoud.

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Google previewAir Transportation, A Management Perspective (2016)

Engineering, Engineering by CTI Reviews

Dewan Air Express is an upcoming airline based in Pakistan.

Google previewCode of Federal Regulations (1972)


Air express is a most expensive mode of transportation and should not be used except under unusual and emergency ...

Google previewToledo Express Airport, Airport Layout Plan, Air Cargo Hub, Toledo (1990)

Environmental Impact Statement

Burlington Air Express is an existing airline currently flying ...

Google previewThe Wordsworth Dictionary of Abbreviations and Acronyms (1997)

by Rodney Dale, Steve Puttick

Inter IU Midstate Airlines IV Chaparral Aviation IW International Air Bahama IX Trans Air Express IY Yemen Airways IZ Arkia-Israel Inland Airlines JA Bankair JAL JL Japan JL JB Pioneer Airways JC Rocky Mountain Airways JD Toa Domestic ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Mali (2008)

by Pascal James Imperato, Gavin H. Imperato

Currently, Mali Air Express provides most internal air transportation. International air transport in and out of Mali is provided by a number of major carriers such as Air France. River transport on the Niger was improved in the 1970s with the ...

Google previewAlberta Elders' Cree Dictionary (1998)

by Nancy LeClaire, George Cardinal, Emily Hunter

air express ka pimohtatahk masinahikana pimyakanihk. airfield tohowenihk. airflow kesiyotihk. air force notinikew pimeyawin. airframe pimehakanimeyaw.

Google previewEncyclopedia of North American Railroads (2007)

by William D. Middleton, RICK MORGAN, Roberta L. Diehl

Air Express had its roots in American Railway Express, with service initiated on November 14, 1919. It was attractive to some shippers who required very fast deliveries, but the service grew slowly, as did the entire air transportation industry in ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary from the Great War to the Great Depression (2013)

by Neil A. Wynn

Partly as a consequence of this and business consolidations, commercial airline companies such as Trans World Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Western Air Express , and Ford Air Transport Service were formed in 1925 and 1926. Pan American ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African Airlines (1998)

by Ben R. Guttery

Benin Air Express (1990s) Benin Air Express operates scheduled flights in the region. Benin Air Express was one or three West African airlines, which also included Air Niger and Peace Air of Togo, planning to begin a small regional airline ...

Google previewDictionary of Business and Economics (1986)

by Christine Ammer, Dean S. Ammer

air express The fastest and costliest method of air shipment. The price includes truck pickup and delivery, and routing via the best available commercial air routes. Costing two to four ...

Google previewLewis' Dictionary of Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health (1999)

by Jeffrey Wayne Vincoli

air express (reserved priority air freight) Freight shipments which are shipped on a guaranteed served flight basis at a premium rate, ...

Google previewDictionary of International Trade (2005)

Handbook of the Global Trade Community Includes 21 Key Appendices by Edward G. Hinkelman

air express (shipping) A term used to describe expedited handling of air freight service. See priority air freight; air freight. air freight ( shipping) A service providing for the air transport of goods. The volume of air freight has been ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of American Business, Labor, and Economic History (2013)

by Melvyn Dubofsky

The first air express delivery in the United States took place in November 1910 when a ...

Google previewBiographical Dictionary of American Business Leaders (1983)

by John N. Ingham

Brown, TAT was merged with Western Air Express as Transcontinental and Western Air, and the new company began all-air service between New York and Los Angeles in 1930. Keys also promoted another important airline, National Air ...

Google previewThe Greenwood Encyclopedia of Daily Life in America [4 volumes] (2008)

by Randall M. Miller Ph.D.

Four passenger lines—Western Air Express, Maddux Air Lines, Pacific Air Transport, and Standard Airlines—were offering regularly scheduled service to Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, and the Southwest. In 1929, Western announced ...

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