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    british airways
  • British Airways plc (BA) is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom which is based and headquartered in Waterside, near its main hub at London Heathrow Airport.
    arrivals
  • Number of arrivals at a selected airport or group of airports.
  • A person who has arrived somewhere
  • The emergence or appearance of a new development, phenomenon, or product
  • Ashland, OR: Story Line Press, 2004.
  • The action or process of arriving
  • Imported goods that have been placed in a bonded warehouse because their duty has not yet been paid.
    flights
  • (flight) an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
  • (flight) shoot a bird in flight
  • (flight) fly in a flock; "flighting wild geese"
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Up the Airway (Coastal British Columbia Stories)
Up the Airway (Coastal British Columbia Stories)
Flying Coastal British Columbia, where mountains drop into the sea and people practice self-reliance and a different sense of purpose. Airports in British Columbia, along with Arctic destinations, are featured. Contrarian views of the people and places of coastal British Columbia, and off-the-grid living. Written by a flight instructor with 7000 hours of flight experience.

Flying Coastal British Columbia, where mountains drop into the sea and people practice self-reliance and a different sense of purpose. Airports in British Columbia, along with Arctic destinations, are featured. Contrarian views of the people and places of coastal British Columbia, and off-the-grid living. Written by a flight instructor with 7000 hours of flight experience.

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BOAC, British Airways & KLM Junior Jet Club badges
BOAC, British Airways & KLM Junior Jet Club badges
From the 1950s until more recent times many national airlines provided special clubs for junior flyers. Junior Jet Club (JJC) membrs who flew regularly would have a personalised travel log and membership badge, a point of privileged and special pride for those fortunate to have retained theirs over the years. A BOAC JJC log-book would have recorded information such as the date of flight, aircraft type, registration number, departure & arrival points, hours travelled, miles travelled and signed off by the captain. When a member flew with the airline they would present their log-book to be completed and signed by the captain, sometimes with a guided tour of the cockpit. A special certificate was issued after 25,000 flight miles. Unfortunately, it’s hard to imagine that level of service being maintained in today’s airline businesses. The Junior Jet Club started with BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation) on the 26th March 1957 and continued into the British Airways era. BOAC and BEA (British European Airways) merged in 1974 to form British Airways, who continued the Junior Jet Club for some years after. Other national airlines operated Junior Clubs similar to that of BOAC, for example the Dutch airline (KLM) had their Junior Skipper Club. The KLM badge is made from pressed steel with two enamel paints (red & dark blue) and measures 65mm across x 31mm down. There is a pin clasp on the reverse side but no maker’s name or mark. The BOAC Junior Jet Club badge is made from die-stamped brass with one dark blue enamel and gilt plated. There is a pin clasp on the reverse with the maker’s name of ‘J.R. Gaunt, London’. It measures 1 7/8” across x 6/8” down (about 59mm x 19mm). The British Airways Junior Jet Club badge is also made from die-stamped brass with one red enamel paint and gilt plated. There is a roll-bar pin clasp on the reverse with the maker’s name of ‘Manhattan Products, England’. It measures 1 7/16” across x 11/16” down (about 37mm x 18mm). Thank you for reading. Stuart.
British Airways Boeing 747-400
British Airways Boeing 747-400
Despite all our hardships in life, we'll find a way to relax and heres mine. Here, we see my last catch of the day, Speedbird Zero Niner Niner on finals for rwy 23 in evening light. Update: As of November 2009, this flight arrives in complete darkness. Fun Facts: British Airways is the largest operator of the Boeing 747 jets.

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