Handley Page Transport

United Kingdom

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Handley Page Transport was one of the earliest British airlines operating on the London-Paris route, having begun its service in the autumn of 1919. It was one of the airlines forming Imperial Airways in the spring of 1924; the others were Instone Air Line, Daimler Airway and British Marine Air Navigation.

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October 1919
Includes CMA Paris-London service
(Handley page system)
(From the collection of Michael Dawes)
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Undated (1920 - c. June)
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Undated (1921)
(From the collection of Michael Dawes)
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Undated (c. 1922)
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Undated (c. 1922)
(Courtesy of Tom Heitzman)
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Undated (c. 1922)
Booklet w/timetable (primarily a short story titled "Mrs. 'Arris Flies to Paris")
(System)
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This page last updated August 22, 2017.