Thursday, November 17, 2011

Old business card for Hayes Flying Service

Here's an old business card for Hayes Flying Service, which was located at R.D. 2, Box 74, 3609 Mayfair Road in Uniontown, Ohio. The service offered "airplane rides" and "local sightseeing tours."

The text on the back states:
Flights are being made on week-ends at Akron (M) Airport1, at Adm. Building.

For information or reservation for flights thru the week or week-ends, Call OX-9-3427 after 9 P.M. or Call Akron, Ohio ST-4-0374.
I haven't been able to come up with any additional information about this company's history. So, as always, feel free to add anything you know in the comments section below!

1. I'm not even 100% sure which airport this refers to. Could be Akron-Canton Regional Airport, Akron Fulton International Airport or some other now-defunct airport.


  1. I also find the use of the word "thru" interesting. I've used it for years, informally, but have seldom seen others using it. Grammar Girl suggests that spelling through as "thru" could be part of Teddy Roosevelt's simplified spelling campaign. Perhaps the pilot was a fan.

    I also love the fact that the phone exchange in the phone number is OX, a real word.

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