Camel City Flying Service
In the 1930’s, air travel was taking off around the country and Winston-Salem was no exception. At Miller Municipal Airport, the Camel City Flying Service was launched as Winston’s gateway to the skies.
Under the direction of Lewis “Mac” McGinnis, CCFS upgraded the Miller airport to include passenger service in 1935, along with upgraded facilities for aircraft sales and maintenance. A grandstand was added for aerial stunt shows, and enthusiasts of all ages were soon able to enjoy the wonders of flight firsthand.
The Camel City Flying Service was only in business for a few short years before giving way to Piedmont Aviation, but its influence on local flight is not to be forgotten.
With order, you'll receive a commemorative souvenir card like the ones given to passengers who flew in and out of Winston-Salem in the 1930's.
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