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Passengers board a Britannia Airways flight for Spain in April 1979, from the Remember When special supplement which was published on Tuesday
After leaving school, she worked for Britannia Airways as a flight attendant for six months.
His work has spanned the UK, Iceland, Germany, Slovakia, Nigeria, and now the UAE and Afghanistan and he has worked on Ryanair, Britannia Airways GmbH, Air Atlanta Europe, and Arik Air Nigeria.
During his flying career, he worked for British European Airways, Skyways of London, Bahamas Airways, Britannia Airways, Bahamasair, Royal Brunei Airlines and Gulf Air.
Its holiday airline, formerly Britannia Airways, is now Coventry-based Thomsonfly.
Its holiday airline - formerly Britannia Airways - is now Coventry-based Thomson fly.
The company said that the aircraft has been owned, operated and maintained by Thomsonfly, formerly Britannia Airways, since delivery from new and is a sister ship to Silverjet's second Boeing 767-200 acquired from Thomsonfly in April this year.
SilverJet, the soon to be launched Luton-based all-business class airline, has confirmed a Letter of Intent to secure two ex-ThomsonFly (formerly Britannia Airways) Boeing 767-200 aircraft.
Because of the airline's success, parent company Tui UK has extended the Thomsonfly name across the entire fleet of 48 aircraft, formerly branded Britannia Airways.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-16 November 2005-SAS Ground Services signs new agreement with Britannia Airways AB(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD
September 1999: A Britannia Airways Boeing 757 carrying 236 passengers bounces and breaks into three as it attempts to land at Gerona Airport in Spain.
Other crew members restrained him as the pilot safely landed the 290-seater Britannia Airways plane.