- British Overseas Airways Corporation
“The new management, drawn largely from a wealth of experience in BOAC and BEA and complemented by a few businessmen and industrialists from outside companies, developed communications with staff to an unprecedented level.”
“Since they are a success in their British homeland - he phones a contact in the DC offices of the British national airline (then named "BOAC" - now named "BA".)”
“When BOAC merged with BEA to form British Airways in 1974, Michael stayed on with the new airline.”
“‡‡William Welsh 1891–1962 was to resign his commission and join BOAC, the British commercial airline, at the end of 1944.”
“The plane fare to London is the same whether you fly Pan Am, TWA, BOAC.”
“Throughout the 60s, Robin was also working on the interior design of aircraft for BOAC.”
“The next day, Thursday, all twenty-one Arab passengers and one Indian citizen aboard the BOAC plane were released.”
“I was unaware that she was on the hijacked BOAC flight.”
“Louis glanced back in time to see an explosion rip apart the BOAC cockpit, followed by two more explosions in the center and rear of the plane.”
“BOAC Flight 755 from Bombay had been commandeered shortly after nine thirty that morning just as it was approaching Beirut at an altitude of 30,000 feet.”
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