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.

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