The industries that are able to move products from one location to another play vital roles in the American and global economies. When you think about the aerospace logistics definition, it helps to look back at the history of aerospace logistics services.
The first time cargo went from one city to another in a plane was on November 7, 1910. Philip Orin Pamelee brought 200 pounds of silk from Dayton to Columbus, Ohio. It needed to arrive quickly to get to get there for the grand opening of a store. The Wright bothers were quoted in newspapers at the time, as saying the flight with the silk took just over an hour (66 minutes). Official records have that same flight as being only 57 minutes long.
About three months later, the first shipment of mail was sent on a plane. Sir Walter Windham want