The Story of Inland Air Lines
Inland, previously known as Wyoming Air Service, began service in 1930. It eventually operated between Cheyenne, Denver, Great Falls, Lewiston, Billings, Sheridan, and Casper. After expanding service into more states, the name was changed to Inland Air Lines. Though Inland remained autonomous after being acquired by Western Air Lines in 1944, it eventually disappeared into the growing structure of Western and was never heard of since.
This t-shirt is soft and light with just the right amount of stretch.
• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
• 30 single
• Tear-away label!
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• 100% Cotton
Wash & Care
• Machine wash cold
• Tumble dry low
About Shank & Miller Co.
We’re old fashioned. Shank & Miller Co. creates and sources apparel, home goods, and travel gear based on styling from early 20th century airlines. Simple, durable clothing inspired by the old days of flying.