Background: The Airline Deregulation Act took effect of December 1, 1978. The main purpose of the Act was to remove government control from commercial aviation and expose the passenger airline industry to market forces. This Act changed the face of civil aviation in the US. Air Mail would continue to be carried by Air Carriers but the old system of CAM and FAM routes would evolve into Air Mail flown by individual US airlines to both domestic and foreign destinations.
Grand Airways operated the Phoenix AZ/Las Vegas NV route for nine months.
McDonnell Douglas DC-9
Las Vegas NV
Grand Airways declared bankruptcy on November 28, 1995.