Category:Brit Air

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Brit Air (formerly Brittany Air International) was a regional airline based at Morlaix Airport operating scheduled services as an Air France franchise from Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, Paris-Orly Airport and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. The airline was established in 1973 and started operations in 1975. It was founded to provide services for business executives from western France, and introduced regular flights to London Gatwick in 1979. In 1995, Brit Air signed a franchising agreement with Air France Europe. It became a wholly owned subsidiary of Air France in October 2000. It employs 1,260 staff. On March 2013, the airline merged with Airlinair and Régional in HOP!, the new Air France's regional-low cost carrier.

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