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Los Angeles Airways

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Los Angeles Airways
Ceased operations 1971
Hubs Los Angeles, California
Fleet size
Destinations Disneyland, Los Angeles area airports
Headquarters Los Angeles, California
Key people Clarence Belinn (president)

Los Angeles Airways (LAA) was a helicopter airline that was based in Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles Airways offered services to area airports as well as Disneyland from Los Angeles International Airport. LAA is noted for several firsts, including the first regularly scheduled helicopter mail service on October 1, 1947In addition LAA was the first civil operator of the Sikorsky S-61 introducing them on March 1, 1962 for a purchased price of $650,000 each.

Los Angeles Airways ceased operations in 1971 after being purchased by Golden West Airlines.

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Published - July 2009

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