British Airways: 747 History Special

British Airways was formed by the 1972 merger of Britain’s two state-owned flag carriers — British European Airways (BEA), which covered short and medium haul trips with an entirely British-built fleet of Tridents, BAC-111s, Viscounts and Vanguards, and British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC), which flew intercontinental with a fleet of British-built VC-10s and American Boeing … Continue reading British Airways: 747 History Special