Lake Central Airlines Stewardess Wing Type II
Indianapolis, IN 1951-1968
Lake Central Airlines was an airline that served points in the midwestern United States from 1951 to 1968, when it was merged into Allegheny Airlines. Founded as Roscoe Turner Airlines, the company was based at Weir-Cook Airport in Indianapolis, IN. It serviced communities in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia and Maryland. It flew the DC-3, CV-340, CV-580, Beech Bonanza and Nord 262.