Category:Skyways Coach Air Ltd

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Skyways Coach Air Limited was formed as a dedicated low-fare coach-air-coach subsidiary of Skyways Ltd in 1958, following the launch of the first commercial coach-air operation as Skyways of London in late-September 1955, involving a coach trip from Central London to Lympne, a cross-Channel Lympne—Beauvais air sector and another coach journey from Beauvais to the centre of Paris. Skyways Coach Air, which had remained a separate entity following the sale of sister airline Skyways Ltd to Euravia, got into financial difficulties in 1970.This resulted in a management buyout and the following year's formation of a new company trading as Skyways International to succeed the defunct Skyways Coach Air. Skyways International was taken over by Dan-Air in 1972. Most of the former Skyways International routes were operated by a separate subsidiary named Dan-Air Skyways.

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