CUNARD EAGLE AIRWAYS

IATA: NT - 232 ICAO: FOUNDED: 1 MAR 1960 CEASED OPERATIONS: 9 AUG 1963

HISTORY: CUNARD EAGLE AIRWAYS was the first British independent airline to operate pure jet airliners. In March 1960, the Cunard Steamship Company bought a 60% shareholding of Eagle Airways, for 30 million, resulting in a change of name to Cunard Eagle Airways. Having raised his holding to 60% in February 1963, on 9 August, the airline's official name changed to British Eagle International Airlines Ltd.

 

 

16/9/1963 (From Perpignan to London)

 

 

 

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