Phillips 66 Marks 90th Year In Aviation

OSHKOSH, Wisconsin—This is the Phillips Petroleum Company’s 100th year and the 90th since it launched its first aviation fuel with a race from the U.S. to Hawaii, won by the famous Bellanca “Woolaroc” monoplane. Phillips 66 (so named because a car testing its gasoline on Highway 66 achieved 66 mph)...

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