BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORPORATION (BOAC)

IATA: BA - 061 ICAO: - FOUNDED: 24 NOV 1939 CEASED OPERATIONS: 31 MAR 1974

HISTORY: BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORPORATION (BOAC) was the British state-owned airline created in 1940 by the merger of Imperial Airways and British Airways Ltd. BOAC absorbed British South American Airways (BSAA) in 1949. A 1971 Act of Parliament merged BOAC and BEA with effect from 31 March 1974, forming today's British Airways.

 

BEA (1946-1974) + BOAC (1939-1974) -> BRITISH AIRWAYS (1974-TODAY)

 

SEE BOARDING PASS

 

 

 

UNKNOWN

 

 

11/4/1948 (From London to Sydney)

 

 

13/12/1949 (From London to Lydda)

 

 

19/5/1951 (From Paris to London to New York)

 

 

31/5/1954 (From New York to London to Prestwick to New York)

 

 

28/7/1956 (From Maiami to Westend to Nassau to Miami)

 

 

17/8/1956 (From Idlewild to Bermuda to Idlewild)

 

 

UNUSED 1957

 

 

8/10/1958 (From London to New York to Toronto to New York to London)

 

 

18/9/1959 (From Bermuda to New York)

 

 

8/9/1960 (From London to Frankfurt)

 

 

25/1/1961 (From Teheran to London to New York to London to Teheran)

 

 

15/2/1961 (From Washington to New York)

 

 

27/11/1961 (From London to Kano to Jos)

 

 

5/2/1963 (From Boston to New York to Nassau to New York to Boston)

 

 

16/12/1963 (From Miami to Bermuda to New York)

 

 

4/9/1964 (From New York to Bermuda to New York)

 

 

7/9/1965 (From Tokyo to Honolulu to San Francisco)

 

 

9/8/1967 (From London to Johannesburg to Durban to Johannesburg to Windhoek)

 

 

10/4/1970 (From London to Montreal to London)

 

 

16/5/1970 (From London to London)

 

 

26/6/1973 (From London to Washington to Kansas City to Oklahoma to Washington)

 

 

 

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