Hughes Airwest was an airline in the western United States, backed by the Summa Corporation of Howard Hughes. The original name for the airline was Air West. Hughes Airwest flew routes in the western U.S. and to several destinations in Mexico and Canada; it was purchased by Republic Airlines on October 1, 1980. Its headquarters were on the grounds of San Francisco International Airport in unincorporated San Mateo County, California.
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Contents of the Collection The Georgia Griffin McDonald Flight Attendant Collection is comprised of textual materials collected during McDonald's nearly 20 year career as a flight attendant with several airlines, from 1966-1984. Materials include stewardess' manuals for West Coast Airlines (1966) and Republic Airlines (1984), which also include sections focused on uniform regulations and professional appearance; labor agreements from Hughes AirWest, Republic Airlines, and West Coast Airlines (circa...