North Central Airlines

North Central Airlines was a regional airline in the midwestern United States. Founded as Wisconsin Central Airlines in 1944 in Clintonville, Wisconsin, it moved to Madison in 1947. This is also when "Herman the duck" was born on Wisconsin Centrals' first Lockheed Electra 10A, NC14262, in 1948 Following a merger in 1979, it became Republic Airlines.

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