Category:Compagnie Air Transport

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The Compagnie Air Transport also known as CAT-Cie Air Transport, was created in February 1949,as a French sister airline of Silver City Airways , headquartered in Paris to operate vehicle ferry flights from Le Touquet Airport. The company was firstly registered under the name Société Commerciale Aérienne du Littoral (SCAL). A number of Silver City Bristol 170 Freighter aircraft were registered to this company. These were transferred onto the French aircraft register. In addition, an agreement was reached to appoint the Automobile Club de France as Silver City's and SCAL's official representative in France. These steps were necessary to secure French approval to turn the seasonal charter flights Silver City Airways had operated on this route into a full-fledged scheduled operation. In the early 60’s, Cie Air Transport operated several routes in the Mediterranean sea from Nimes, and Nice toward Corsica (Ajaccio, Bastia, Calvi) and Baleares islands (Palma, Ibiza) with Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair.

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