British United Airways

British United Airways (BUA)


British United Airways (BUA) began as Airwork in 1928. During the 1930s, it helped establish the predecessors of the post-World War II national airlines of India, Egypt and Rhodesia.

By the time Airwork merged with Hunting-Clan to form BUA, the former’s air transport subsidiaries already includeded Airwork Helicopters,Air Charter, Bristow Helicopters, Channel Air Bridge, Transair and Morton Air Services. 

Airwork changed its name to British United Airways on 19 May 1960, which preceded BUA’s official formation on 1 July of that year.



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