History of British European Airways
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The new British European Airways began in 1946 by taking over the regular services that had been operated by RAF Transport Command from Croydon. The main terminus moved to Northolt shortly after and then to its permanent home at Heathrow in 1954. This book looks at how the company developed up to its merger to form British Airways in 1974, exploring its services and all the aircraft flown, and including the recollections of former employees.