Category:Euravia

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Euravia was established on 1 December 1961 by Ted Langton and started operations on 5 May 1962 flying Lockheed Constellations on inclusive tour holidays for Universal Sky Tours. Rival charter airline Skyways, one of Britain's foremost independent airlines during the 1950s and early 1960s, had been taken over by Euravia in 1962. The Skyways takeover did not include Skyways Coach Air Ltd, a Skyways associate, established in the early 1950s by Eric Rylands to operate low-fare coach-air services between London and several European capital cities. Following Euravia's acquisition of Skyways, Skyways Coach Air Ltd remained independent until its successor Skyways International was taken over by Dan-Air in 1972. The name Britannia Airways was adopted on 16 August 1964 to coincide with re-equipping with the Bristol Britannia turboprop airliner.


This page lists all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of Euravia.

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Pages in category "Euravia"

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