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American International Airways/Kalitta

American International Airways/Kalitta is an international cargo airline.

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History American International started flying in 1984. It would later be bought by auto racing[?] legend Connie Kalitta[?], and then it was renamed to its current name. Scott Kalitta[?], another race-car legend, later took on as President of the airline, when his mother stepped down. The airline operates flights from Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, from Willow Run[?], and from LAX International Airport[?] in Los Angeles. Model airplane[?] wise, the airline has contracts with many model plane manufacturers.

Livery A yellow line covered by two brown lines that go from the plane's nose to the tail, with the name Kalitta in dark near the cock-pit, and the name American International Airways, in brown, on the upper part of the fuselage.

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