Category:British Airways Helicopters

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British Airways Helicopters was the new brand name of BEA Helicopters given on the 31 March 1974 when the parent company BEA merged with BOAC. The company continued operation of the Silorsky S-61 in all the routes and role of the former BEA. In 1981 the airline bought five Boeing Vertol 234 for use on the offshore oil support flights. The company was involved in setting up the Airlink high-frequency helicopter shuttle service between Gatwick and Heathrow airports in 1978. It was responsible for engineering and maintenance of the BAA-owned helicopter and for providing the flight crew. It later passed these responsibilities to British Caledonian Helicopters. In 1986 the airline was sold by British Airways to Robert Maxwell's Maxwell Aviation and renamed British International Helicopters.

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