Category:British United Air Ferries

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British United Air Ferries-BUAF was a wholly private, British independent car and passenger ferry airline based in the United Kingdom during the 1960s. It specialised in cross-Channel ferry flights carrying cars and their owners between its numerous bases in Southern England, the Channel Islands and Continental Europe. All-passenger and all-cargo flights were operated as well. Following several identity and ownership changes, it went out of business in 2001. BUAF was created in 1963 as a result of the merger of Channel Air Bridge and. The newly formed airline was a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Holdings, which in turn was a subsidiary of British & Commonwealth (B&C). This ownership structure made BUAF a sister airline of British United Airways (BUA), at the time Britain's biggest independent airline and the country's leading independent scheduled operator. As a consequence of B&C's reorganisation of the BUA group of companies during 1967-68, BUAF changed its name to British Air Ferries-BAF in September 1967.

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