Central Airlines began service in 1949, attempting to operate Beech Bonanzas. Discovering quickly that passengers preferred to fly on an airliner, Central began DC-3 services in 1950. The fleet grew to 16 DC-3s and 8 ex American Convair 240s by the late 50s, and Central was one of the first to acquire Convair 600s, operating 11. DC-9s were on order at the time of their acquisition by Frontier.
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