Category:Cambrian Airways

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Cambrian Airways was an airline based in the United Kingdom which ran operations from Cardiff Airport and Liverpool Airport between 1935 and 1974. It was incorporated into British Airways when BOAC, BEA, Cambrian and Northeast merged on 1 April 1974. Cambrian was set up in 1935 as Cambrian Air Services with main activity of training pilots, and flights for tourists. It was the first British airline to restart operations after the war with charter flight in cooperation with BEA. During 1953, Cambrian took over Olley Air Service and Murray Chown Aviation and began services between Southampton to Dinard and Paris. In 1956 the name was changed to Cambrian Airways. In 1967 BEA took over Cambrian, although it continued to operate as a separate airline. In 1972 Cambrian was incorporated into the new British Air Services group and gradually lost more and more of its independence. On 1 April 1974, Cambrian was one of the four component companies merged to form British Airways and the Cambrian colour scheme was gradually replaced by an interim scheme with British Airways as the name and Cambrian in much smaller text then the full BA colour scheme.


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