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Author: NORTHEAST AIRLINES (NEA), KNOWN AS BKS AIR TRANSPORT UNTIL 1970, WAS AN AIRLINE BASED IN THE UNITED KINGDOM THAT OPERATED FROM 1951 UNTIL 1976, WHEN NEA'S OPERATIONS AND FLEET WERE MERGED INTO BRITISH AIRWAYS.
Title: BKS Air Transport Limited | Airline Flight Scheduled Services Timetable | Düsseldorf / Amsterdam - Leeds / Bradford / Tees-side / Belfast (1st April 1965 - 31st October 1965.)
Description: Printed 1965. 1965. Rare original double-sided card covers. 8½'' x 4''. In Very Good condition. The BKS airline commenced operations in October 1951 from its base at Southend Airport as BKS Aero Charter flying a Douglas DC-3. (BKS were the founders' initials - i.e. James Barnby, T D 'Mike' Keegan and Cyril Stevens). Further Dakotas were bought in 1952. For a couple of years it flew charters and freight until 1953, when it was granted permission to operate scheduled services between Newcastle, the Isle of Man and Jersey. The Dakotas continued in operation with BKS until the last of eight was sold in 1967. The airline's name was changed to BKS Air Transport at the end of 1953.
Price: GBP 20.00 = appr. US$ 28.56 Seller: Little Stour Books Books (Member of PBFA)
- Book number: 95869
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