This Week In Aviation Daily History

30 Years Ago Aug. 30, 1985 — Following some prodding by Pan Am, the U.S. Government agreed to hold meetings in Washington to discuss resuming direct air services with the USSR. President Ronald Reagan had terminated service in 1982. 20 Years Ago Aug. 31, 1995 — Dallas and Fort Worth mayors met with...

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