BRITISH CALEDONIAN

IATA: BR - 121 ICAO: BCC FOUNDED: SEP 1971 CEASED OPERATIONS:1988

HISTORY: BRITISH CALEDONIAN was a private, British independent airline, operating out of Gatwick Airport in South-east England during the 1970s and 1980s. It was formed by the UK's second-largest, independent charter airline Caledonian Airways taking over British United Airways (BUA). In December 1987, British Airways (BA) gained control of the airline. The Caledonian name and livery was then used to rebrand BA's Gatwick-based subsidiary British Airtours as Caledonian Airways.

 

CALEDONIAN AIRWAYS (1961-1970) + BUA (1960-1970) -> CALEDONIAN-BUA (1970-1971) -> BRITISH CALEDONIAN (1971-1988)

 

SEE BOARDING PASS

 

 

 

30/4/1972 (From Glasgow to Southampton to Glasgow)

 

 

31/10/1972 (From Manchester to Alicante to Manchester)

 

 

21/5/1973 (From London to Paris to London)

 

 

UNKNOWN (From Glasgow to Munich to Glasgow)

 

 

11/4/1975 (From Gatwick to Newcastle to Glasgow to Gatwick)

 

 

6/6/1975 (From London to Brussels to London)

 

 

18/4/1977 (From Vienna to London Gatwick to Vienna)

 

 

6/11/1980 (From Gatwick to Edinburgh)

 

 

3/3/1981 (From London to Paris to London)

 

 

8/6/1983 (From London Gatwick to Paris CDG to London Gatwick)

 

 

13/2/1986 (London to Paris to London)

 

 

 

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