bmi regional is a regional airline based in Aberdeen, United Kingdom. It is a subsidiary of bmi operating scheduled passenger services primarily within the UK. Its main base is Aberdeen Airport (ABZ). It was established in 1987 and started operations in August 1987. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bmi regional"
bmibaby is a low-cost airline subsidiary of bmi. It flies to destinations in Europe from its main base at Nottingham East Midlands Airport and hubs at Manchester International Airport, Cardiff Airport, Durham Tees Valley Airport and Birmingham International. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bmibaby"
Bookajet is an aircraft charter and management company with a head office at London Farnborough Airport. The company manages executive jets worldwide. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bookajet"
British Airtours was a charter subsidiary of British Airways. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Airtours"
British Airways ( , ) is the largest airline of the United Kingdom. It is also one of the largest airlines in the world, with more flights from Europe across the Atlantic than any other operator. Its main hubs are London Heathrow and London Gatwick, with wide-reaching European and domestic shorthaul networks, including smaller hubs at other UK airports including Manchester, from which some longer-haul flights are also operated. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Airways"
British Airways Citiexpress is a fully owned subsidiary airline of British Airways. It operates a network of domestic and European services from a number of airports in the United Kingdom on behalf of British Airways. There is no variation in aircraft livery, uniforms, standard of service or brand name to those used by British Airways itself - the only sign passengers may notice that they are travelling on a Citiexpress flight is a general footnote on ticketing, or a cabin announcement that the flight is "operated by British Airways Citiexpress." From February 1 2006 the airline will be rebranded as BA Connect ** . ...more on Wikipedia about "British Airways Citiexpress"
In 1997 British Airways adopted a new livery. One part of this was a newly stylised version of the British Airways " Speedbird" logo (right). The major change, however, was the introduction of a wide range of tail-fin art. Also known as the Utopia or world art tailfins, they used art and designs from international artists and other sources to represent countries on BA's route network. While almost all are clearly related to a country, each aircraft also carried the name of that country on the rear of the fuselage. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Airways ethnic liveries"
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British Airways Ltd was a private airline company operating in Europe in the 1930s. It was first formed as Allied British Airways in October, 1935 by the merger of Spartan Air Lines and United Airways (no relation to the US carrier United Airlines). It rapidly acquired Hillman's Airways, adopted its definitive name, and transferred its UK base to the new Gatwick Airport. Its corporate emblem was a winged lion. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Airways Ltd"
British Caledonian was an airline formed from the merger in 1970 of British United Airways and Caledonian Airways. It was formed to compete on international routes against the state monopoly carriers BEA and BOAC. The airline's base was Gatwick Airport, and as an inheritance of the Caledonian Airways roots, there was also an extensive hub operated from Prestwick Airport. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Caledonian"
British European Airways, or BEA, was formed in 1946 by an Act of Parliament. The airline operated European and North African routes from a variety of airports around the United Kingdom. BEA was also the largest domestic airline within the United Kingdom at the time, operating flights to major British cities, including London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Belfast and Glasgow. ...more on Wikipedia about "British European Airways"
British International Helicopters is an airline based at Penzance heliport, in Cornwall, England. It operates seasonal and year round domestic scheduled services to the Isles of Scilly. Its main base is Penzance Heliport (EGHK/PZE), with services to St Marys Airport (EGHE/ISC), and Tresco Heliport (EGHT), Isles of Scilly. It utilises two Sikorsky S-61 helicopters from a pool of 6 of the type that it owns. The remaining 4 spend most of their time on oil work in Scotland. ...more on Wikipedia about "British International Helicopters"
British Mediterranean Airways, trading as BMED, is an airline based at London Heathrow Airport in the United Kingdom. It operates scheduled services as a British Airways franchise operator to to 16 destinations in 15 countries throughout Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Mediterranean Airways"
The British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) was the exclusive British state airline from 1939 until 1946 and the long-haul British state airline from 1946. The company started life with a merger between Imperial Airways and British Airways Ltd. BOAC was merged with British European Airways in 1974 to form British Airways, following a British Act of Parliament in 1971. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Overseas Airways Corporation"
British South American Airways (BSAA) was a British state-run airline of the 1940s. Originally named British Latin American Air Lines (BLAIR) it was split off from British Overseas Airways Corporation to operate their South Atlantic routes. It commenced transatlantic services in March 1946, with a BSAA plane making the first operational flight from London Heathrow Airport. ...more on Wikipedia about "British South American Airways"
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Brymon European Airways was an airline formed in November 1992 by the merger of Birmingham European Airways and Brymon Airways. The latter were the original operators of the Dash 7 aircraft in the UK and conducted the trials of the type at the embryonic London City Airport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brymon European Airways"
buzz was a low-cost airline based at London Stansted operating services to Europe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Buzz (airline)"
Caledonian Airways was a Scottish international airline formed in 1961, initially using Douglas DC-7s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Caledonian Airways"
Castle Air is a British helicopter charter and sales company which specialises in the use of helicopters in TV and film. It is based in Trebrown, near the town of Liskeard, Cornwall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Castle Air"
Centreline is an air charter operator based in the United Kingdom. It has been in operation for seven years and has a turnover of £2 million per annum. Centreline’s licence covers 300 airports in Britain and Europe with London City Airport being the latest addition. ...more on Wikipedia about "Centreline"
Channel Express (Air Services) was an airline based in Bournemouth, United Kingdom. It operated scheduled services from Bournemouth to the Channel Islands and nightly cargo services to Europe and throughout the UK on behalf of Royal Mail and other overnight express carriers. Short notice and ad hoc charters were also operated throughout Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, as well as wet-lease operations on behalf of major scheduled airlines. Its main base was Bournemouth International Airport (BOH). In January 2006 the name Channel Express was dropped, and the company rebranded entirely to become Jet2, the name given to the company's successful low cost airline. ...more on Wikipedia about "Channel Express"
City Star Airlines is an airline based in Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom. It is a start-up airline operating services between energy industry centres in Scotland and Norway. Its main base is Aberdeen Airport. ...more on Wikipedia about "City Star Airlines"
CityFlyer Express was a short haul regional airline based at London Gatwick Airport in England. It became a wholly owned subsidiary of British Airways and operated as an independent company until its absorption into British Airways Regional in 2001. Most of the former airline's routes are now operated by British Airways Citiexpress. ...more on Wikipedia about "CityFlyer Express"
Club 328 is an airline based in Southampton, United Kingdom. It is involved in business jet management and charter operations. Its main base is Southampton Airport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Club 328"
Court Line was a UK holiday charter airline in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It pioneered (in conjunction with Clarksons Holidays) the concept of cheap and cheerful package tours to Spain and other destinations, thus establishing a whole new way of holidaymaking for the British. ...more on Wikipedia about "Court Line"
Coyne Airways is an airline based in London, United Kingdom. It operates cargo flights to Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, as well as Africa and Asia using Antonov and Ilyushin aircraft as required. Its main bases are Vatry Airport (XCR), Dubai International Airport and Incheon International Airport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Coyne Airways"
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