The Italian Army operated the international airmail route between Brindisi, Italy to Valona, Albania from May to June 1917.
- Landmarks of airmail history: who’s on first? – Linn’s Stamp News
Feb 10, 2003 – The first official airmail flight by a heavier-than-air craft was a truly … it was routed by surface transportation to destinations all over the world. … Italian Air Force pilot Tenente Mario de Bernardi was assigned to make the flight.
- Airmail Around the World – Centennial of Flight
A week later, on September 19, 1911, the Italians began flying the mail by air. … Beginning in 1915, British pilots carried army messages across the English Channel to Belgium. … The longest regular airmail route, and the first international service carrying …. “Cuba’s Commercial Aviation History and the Pichs Collection.
- Airmail – Wikipedia
Airmail (or air mail) is a mail transport service branded and sold on the basis of at least one leg of its journey being by air. Airmail items typically arrive more quickly than surface mail, and usually cost more to send. Airmail may be the only option for sending mail to some destinations, such …. Throughout the 1920s the Royal Air Force continued to develop air routes …
- 100 Years of Airmail | History | Air & Space Magazine
Military · History of Flight · Interviews · Photos · Videos · Virtual Space … By 1927, the Post Office had nursed the airmail service through its infancy and was ready … With aircraft like the Boeing 40C and Stearman Speedmail, and with pilots like … When the Air Mail Service decided to establish a route between New York City …