BRITANNIA AIRWAYS

IATA: BY - ICAO: BAL FOUNDED: 16 AUG 1964 CEASED OPERATIONS: 1 NOV 2005

HISTORY: BRITANNIA AIRWAYS was the largest charter airline in the United Kingdom. Was established on 1 December 1961 and started operations on 5 May 1962 as Euravia (London). The name Britannia Airways was adopted on 16 August 1964 to coincide with re-equipping with the Bristol Britannia turboprop airliner. On 1 November 2005 the company's legal name was changed from Britannia Airways Limited to Thomsonfly Limited. Thomsonfly later merged with First Choice Airways and was renamed Thomson Airways, retaining the previous logo and colours.

 

SEE BOARDING PASS

 

 

 

15/6/1968 (From Luton to Gerona to Luton)

 

 

15/6/1968 (From Luton to Malpensa)

 

 

UNUSED

 

 

5/4/1979

 

 

20/10/1979 (From Manchester to Palma to Manchester)

 

 

13/6/1981 (From Manchester to Palma to Manchester)

 

 

16/5/1985 (From Manchester to Faro to Manchester)

 

 

11/10/2001 (From Gatwick to Sharm El Sheikh to Gatwick)

 

 

UNKNOWN (From Manchester to Palma to Manchester)

 

 

 

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