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British Airways Operational Environment

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British Airways – Operational Environmental Introduction British Airways (BA) is the UK’s largest international scheduled airline, currently flying to over 550 destinations. The British Airways group consists of British Airways Plc and a number of subsidiary companies including, among others, International Aeradio, British Airways Helicopters serving mainly the North Sea oil rigs and British Airways Holidays Limited (BA 2008)and (Encyclopaedia Britannica-a). Historically, British Airways was created as a state-owned company in April 1974 by a merger between British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC formed in 1939) and British European Airways (BEA formed in 1946) and their associated companies (Encyclopaedia Britannica-a). Despite a pooling of resources and expertise of the merged airlines, BA experienced growth pains which culminated in a pre-tax loss of £141 million in the year ending 31 March 1981. Lord King of Wartnaby was appointed as Chairman in ...

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