List of Defunct Airlines of The United States - C

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  • California Central Airlines
  • CalPac (California Pacific) (1993 - 1995 to Mesa Airlines)
  • Cal Sierra Airlines (1980)
  • Cal State Airlines
  • Cape Smythe Air (1975 - 2005, to Frontier Flying Service)
  • Capital Air Service (1966 - 1989)
  • Capital Airlines (1936 - 1961, to United Airlines)
  • Capital Cargo International Airlines
  • Capitol Air Lines (1970s - 1980s)
  • Capitol Airways (1946 - 1982)
  • Cargo 360 (2005 - 2008, to Southern Air)
  • Cardinal Airlines
  • Caribbean Sun (2002 - 2007)
  • Carnival Air Lines (1988 - 1998, to Boston-Maine Airways)
  • Cascade Airways (1969 - 1986)
  • Catalina Airlines (1940 - 1969)
  • CCAir (1987 - 2002)
  • Centennial Airlines (1981 - 1987)
  • Central Airlines (1944 - 1967)
  • Challenge Air Cargo (1978 - 2001)
  • Champion Air (1995 - 2008; ceased operations on May 31, 2008)
  • Chicago Air (1985 - 1986)
  • Chicago and Southern Air Lines (1934 - 1953)
  • Chicago Express Airlines (1993 - 2005)
  • Coastal Airways (1929 - 1930)
  • Cochise Airlines (1971 - 1982)
  • Colgan Airways (1971 - 1986, to Presidential Airways, revived 1991, and currently operating as Continental Express, United Express, and US Airways Express: see http://www.colganair.com)
  • Colonial Air Transport (1926 - 1930)
  • Comair (1977-2012)
  • Command Airways
  • Conquest Airlines (1988 - 1997)
  • Conquest Sun Airlines (to AirTran Airways)
  • Continental Airlines (1934 - 2012, to United Airlines)
  • Continental Micronesia (1968 - 2011, to United Airlines)
  • Crown Airways (1969 - 1992 to Mesa Airlines)
  • Curtiss Flying Service (1929 - 1932)

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