Here you will find various articles about Provincetown-Boston Airline and associated companies in easy to view PDF format. If you have an article that you would like to add to the collection (either physical or digital), please contact us. Contributions are always appreciated!

The End of an Era

The End of an Era

Article | Autumn, 1988 | Propliner Magazine | The curtain falls on Provincetown-Boston Airline after nearly 40 years.

Tail Spin

Tail Spin

Article | March 1st, 1985 | Inc. Magazine. | PBA was an airline in disgrace. Peter Van Arsdale had two weeks to save it. He did. Then the next disaster struck.

Air Pictorial Airline History #64: PBA

Air Pictorial Airline History #64: PBA

Article | July/August, 1984 | Air Pictorial Magazine | Provincetown-Boston Airline Inc,. more commonly known as PBA, is one. of the oldest and most respected of the United States’ regional airlines.

Florida Commuter Airlines Are Flourishing

Florida Commuter Airlines Are Flourishing

Article | February 7th, 1984 | Florida Trend Magazine | Because of the size of the State of Florida, air travel within the state is a necessity for tourists and businessmen alike It is over 400 miles from the capitol in Tallahassee to Miami, and it is 600 miles from Pensacola, the most north westerly city, to Key West in the south.

While the major airlines provide excellent intrastate service between the major population centers, the regional/commuter airlines have an important role to play in providing air service to the smaller communities.

PBA: A Tale of Two Airlines

PBA: A Tale of Two Airlines

Article | February 15th, 1983 | Inc. Magazine. | In the newly competitive airline industry, a second generation of management revels in a good dogfight.