Air service may refer to:
- Airline, a form of air transport services for passengers or freight, generally with a recognized operating certificate or license
- Sherut Avir, the air force of the Haganah and the forerunner of the Israeli Air Force
Other articles related to "air, air service":
... Accident spurs American lighter-than-air operations to switch to helium, less buoyant than hydrogen, but non-inflammable ... June Sole prototype of the Royal Air Force Vickers Valentia flying boat, N124, which was constructed between 1918 and 1921, and completed by S.E. 23 September A Martin NBS-1 bomber, Air Service 68487, Raymond E ...
... The Martin NBS-1 was a military aircraft of the United States Army Air Service and its successor, the Air Corps ... NBS-1, standing for "Night Bomber-Short Range", was adopted by the Air Service after the first five of the Martin bombers were delivered ... The NBS-1 became the standard front line bomber of the Air Service in 1920 and remained so until its replacement in 1928-1929 by the Keystone Aircraft series of bombers ...
... Sign Country Comments SHA Shree Airlines SHREEAIR Nepal 7E AWU Sylt Air GmbH SYLT-AIR Germany BDS South Asian Airlines SOUTH ASIAN Bangladesh BEC State Air Company Berkut Kazakhstan S4 RZO SATA ... Russia SDC Sunrise Airlines SUNDANCE United States SDD Skymaster Air Taxi SKY DANCE United States SDE Q Jets Aviation Ltd ... Pezetel for Aviation SUDANA Sudan SEA Southeast Air SOUTHEAST AIR United States SEB Servicios Aéreos Luce SERVILUCE Mexico SED Sedona Air Center SEDONA AIR United States SEE Shaheen Air Cargo SHAHEEN CARGO ...
... The entire four squadron-strong Danish Army Air Service was stationed at Værløse near Copenhagen. 14 as they taxied to take off, wiping out most of the Danish Army Air Service in one action ... The Danish Navy Air Service remained at its bases and escaped damage ...
Famous quotes containing the words service and/or air:
“O good old man, how well in thee appears
The constant service of the antique world,
When service sweat for duty, not for meed!”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Conservatism, ever more timorous and narrow, disgusts the children, and drives them for a mouthful of fresh air into radicalism.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)