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B.O.A.C-CUNARD logo.

In 1962, B.O.A.C and Cunard formed BOAC-Cunard Ltd to operate scheduled services to North America, the Caribbean and South America. B.O.A.C provided 70% of the new company's capital and eight Boeing 707s. The independent Cunard Eagle Airways, of which Cunard held a 60% shareholding, provided two more 707s.
BOAC-Cunard leased any spare capacity to B.O.A.Cs which could use it to supplement the main [[Category: British Overseas Airways Corporation|B.O.A.C] fleet at peak demand, and in a reciprocal arrangement B.O.A.C would provide capacity to BOAC-Cunard on some operations when it had a shortfall. The effect of this arrangement was to remove competition on western routes. The operation was dissolved in 1966.

This page contains all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of BOAC-Cunard.

See also

Pages in category "BOAC-Cunard"

The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.