Category:BEA Airtours

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BEA Airtours was a subsidiary of BEA-British European Airways launched in 1969 to provide it with a low-cost platform to participate in the then rapidly growing IT holiday flights market, which until then had been the exclusive domain of the independent airlines. On 6 March 1970, BEA Airtours commenced operations from London Gatwick with a fleet of seven second-hand ex- BEA de Havilland Comet 4B aircraft seating 109 passengers in a single-class high-density configuration. The fleet increased with Boeing 707 in the early 70’s. After the merge of BEA with BOAC, the charter company was rebranded as British Airtours.

This page lists all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of BEA Airtours.

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Pages in category "BEA Airtours"

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