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British Airways Ltd. - History
... On 30 September 1935, Allied British Airways Ltd was formed for the purpose of merging the publicly-quoted company Hillman's Airways with the private companies of. 29 October 1935, the name was changed to British Airways Ltd, and on 11 December 1935 it converted to a public company ... In early 1936, aircraft and services of Hillman's Airways were transferred from Stapleford Aerodrome to Heston Aerodrome, the principal base of Spartan Air Lines ...
British Airways Ltd. - Second World War
1939, the aircraft and administrations of British Airways Ltd (BAL) and Imperial Airways were physically transferred to Bristol (Whitchurch) Airport, to be operated jointly by ... On 1 April 1940, British Airways Ltd and Imperial Airways Ltd were officially combined into a new company, British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC), that had already been ...
Fukushima Airport - Airlines and Destinations
... Airlines Destinations All Nippon Airways operated by ANA Wings Osaka-Itami All Nippon Airways operated by Ibex Airlines Osaka-Itami Hokkaido International Airlines Sapporo-Chitose ...
British South American Airways
... British South American Airways (BSAA) or British South American Airways Corporation was a state-run airline in Britain in the 1940s ... It began as part of British Overseas Airways Corporation and returned to BOAC in 1949 ...
British Airways Ltd.
... British Airways Ltd was a British airline company operating in Europe in the period 1935–1939. 1935 by the merger of Spartan Air Lines Ltd, United Airways Ltd (no relation to the US carrier United Airlines), and Hillman's Airways ...