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    #21
    Originally posted by paulc
    you mean that BA stand for British Airways - I always thought it stood for B***** Awful

    New name - British European Airways
    Wasnt that the old name for FlyBe?

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    • Mark L
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Mar 2003
      • 4325

      #22
      And the old name for BA
      My recent and upcoming flights

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      • wawkrk
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Apr 2004
        • 170

        #23
        paulc,
        You just beat me to it. BEA.
        That big wheel keeps on turning and you end up back where you started from!!
        On a different note, by coincidence,I spoke with an ex BEA stewardess last night. During a witch hunt in the 1960`s, she was sacked for being in posession of 2 company sachets of sugar.Others were similarly dismissed.

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        • MapleLeaf_330
          Senior Member
          • Jan 2000
          • 473

          #24
          Air Canada started a scaled down version of the mainline carrier called Tango. It's been quite successful. Although, i can't stand the name.

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          • Dantheman77
            Rank 5 Registered User
            • Jul 2004
            • 763

            #25
            Originally posted by MapleLeaf_330
            Air Canada started a scaled down version of the mainline carrier called Tango. It's been quite successful. Although, i can't stand the name.
            Perhaps BA should use "Fanta" then as a new name
            If you dont play this game with a big heart and a big bag of knuckles in front of the net you dont got dinky doo.......(Mike Myers, Mystery Alaska)

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