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BOACBritish Overseas Airways Corporation (now British Airways)
BOACBetter on a Camel (air travel slang)
BOACBilling Office Address Code
BOACBang on a Can (New York, NY)
BOACBoard of Aviation Commissioners (Indiana)
BOACBilled Office Address Code
BOACBusiness Operating Asset Charge
BOACBlazing Outdoor Adventurers & Co Pte Ltd (Singapore)
BOACBanging Out All Classics (musician)
BOACBilling Office Accounting Code (federal government/financial)
BOACBiosolids Ordinance Advisory Committee
BOACBonding over Active Circuit
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From 1946 until 1960, BOAC and BEA were the principal British operators of scheduled international passenger and cargo services - and they preserved Britain's pioneering role in the industry.
The heritage BOAC design on the jumbo was used from 1952-74 and has been a huge hit with plane fans and
The aircraft entered the IAC paint bay at Dublin Airport on February 5 where it was stripped of its current British Airways Chatham Dockyard design before being repainted with the BOAC livery which adorned the BOAC fleet between 1964 and 1974.
The BOAC 747 will be the first aircraft to receive a popular design from British Airways' past with more details of further designs to be revealed in due course.
BOAC Junior Jet Club logbook with the Speedbird logo and JJC badge in the foreground.
1966: A BOAC Boeing 707 crashes into Mount Fuji in Japan killing all 124 people on board, just 25 minutes after take-off.
The BA Medal started life as the BOAC Cup and the competition is currently the longest, continuously running, externally sponsored competition at AGC.
READER Dorothy Howells (nee Hutchinson) emailed about last week's Yesterdays supplement: "I looked with interest at the photo of the BOAC repair shop.
LKQ has bought Rijsbergen Holding BV, Pala Holding BV, Primaparts Automaterialen BV, BOAC Automotive BV and VEAM BV, with combined annual sales of some USD180m (EUR132m), according LKQ's preliminary estimations, it said at mid-April when announcing the deal.
Robin Higham, Speedbird: the Complete History of BOAC, London: I.
He added that British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) chose Bahrain when it operated its first regular flights in 1932 in its London-Bahrain-Delhi route.