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BAC : British Aerospace.

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        StatementAvon County Council
        PublishersAvon County Council
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        LC Classifications1992
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 51 p. :
        Number of Pages40
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        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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It was the first purpose-built headquarters in the company's history, which was designed to accommodate all 1,100 office-based staff at the airline's Gatwick base under one roof.

Routes to Europe [ ] Following BA's decision to abandon the short-haul routes it had been operating from London Gatwick at low frequencies since 1978 and to surrender a number of unused licences to the CAA, BCal, Laker Airways and requested the CAA to transfer these licences to themselves. It was thought that the aircraft's widebody style interiors would leave passengers with the impression that BCal was operating widebodied aircraft when in fact it was not.

when the Rank Organisation gained full control of Cal Air on 25 May 1988, its name changed tofollowed by the replacement of BCal's with a logo on the aircraft's tails• Its aircraft were never involved in fatal accidents.

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It is assumed that after a long time, it will be an aircraft that will experience thousands of series. BCal put in a bid to acquire one of the remaining two "white tail" aircraft. This ambition led to numerous reports linking various European defence groups — mainly with each other but also with American defence contractors. Another aircraft was stationed at 's during the month of July of that year to fulfill a short-term charter contract to carry to and from on behalf BAC : British Aerospace.

a local. At British insistence, Bermuda II furthermore contained clauses that made it illegal for any airline operating scheduled flights between the UK and the US to resort to or capacity dumping. During that time, BA began exerting pressure on the Government, at the time its sole owner as well as the regulator for all UK airlines, to curtail the activities of its independent competitors generally and of the "Second Force" in particular.

Hoyle, Craig 9 May 2006. GEClater to sell its defence interests to BAe, came close to acquiring BAe at this time. During that time, BCal placed an order with the BAC for two new and acquired additional second-hand examples.Flight International, 16 April 1977, p.

The Government's new "spheres of influence" aviation policy confined BCal's long-haul scheduled operations to two continents — Africa and South America. Officially this was presented as a "merger between equals" but within the industry it was widely acknowledged as a mutually agreed rescue deal to avoid the collapse of BCal.

For BCal this meant using their refuelling stop to carry passengers, cargo and mail between London and Dubai and Dubai and Hong Kong, despite objections from BA which already had such rights for Dubai and Bahrain. The result was a 150-page study entitled An Airline for Europe. It was founded by C H Lowe-Wylde and produced gliders and light aircraft during the 1930s. Faced with the prospect of its takeover target being snatched away from under its nose by SAS, British Airways initially began resorting to bullying tactics.

The story of Air Europe.