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  British Overseas Airways Corporation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
BOAC was merged with British European Airways in 1974 to form British Airways, following a British Act of Parliament in 1971.
BOAC also operated the Vickers VC-10 and Boeing 747, and would have become one of the first operators of the Concorde had it not merged to become British Airways (one of BA's Concordes carried the registration G-BOAC).
BOAC is mentioned in the first line of The Beatles song "Back in the U.S.S.R. A song by electronic music group Autechre is titled Under BOAC.
www.eastcleveland.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/BOAC   (369 words)

 BOAC Information - TextSheet.com
The British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) was the exclusive British state airline from 1939 until 1946 and the long-haul British state airline from 1946 until it merged with British European Airways in 1974.
All Comet Is were grounded in April 1954 after three BOAC Comets exploded in the air.
BOAC later became part of British Airways when it was merged with British European Airways following a British Act of Parliment in 1971.
www.medbuster.com /encyclopedia/b/bo/boac.html   (206 words)

 Comet 4 BOAC de Havilland Comet
BOAC were to claim in their advertising that they were the "first 'pure jet' service ever to cross the Atlantic" whereas Pan Am.
Incidentally during the second half of 1958 BOAC Mk.4s were officially approved to have a service life of 2,900 hours between major overhauls - this was a higher figure than that achieved by any other engine of its type.
As a result BOAC were considering the imposition of a surcharge of between £2 and £2 10s on Comet 4 flights between Tokyo and Hong Kong to offset these additional charges.
www.dlyoung.freeserve.co.uk /DH106/comet_4boac4.htm   (2368 words)

 BOAC Case Email Communications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The BOAC airliner stayed at the same height, 19,000 feet, throughout the sighting, which might have kept it at the same elevation angle relative to a mirage layer.
Though the UFO's seemed to "pace" the BOAC airliner at the same relative direction throughout the sighting, in actuality they seemed to stay with the descending sun low over the horizon, which itself changed direction by about 5-7 degrees with respect to the airliner's course, i.e., moved to the right or north in direction.
If the UFO's had strictly stayed at exactly the same relative direction from the BOAC cruiser (about 300 degs true) then their separation angle from the sun of about 5 degrees would have doubled to about 10-12 degrees which might have been quite noticeable to the BOAC crew, but was evidently not.
www.nicap.dabsol.co.uk /boaccq.htm   (1583 words)

 Airlines Remembered
BOAC had inherited Empire flying boats from Imperial Airways and transferred their base in 1941 from Southampton to Poole.
By 1946 BOAC had introduced a first civilian livery with a British flag on the fin and the 'BOAC Speedbird' title and logo on the nose.
When a BOAC Comet 1 broke-up during departure from Rome on January 10th, 1954 BOAC and De Havilland grounded the jet and made over 60 modificatons to the Comet and re-introduced it.
www.ruudleeuw.com /rem-boac.htm   (592 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Modern Originalus - BOAC at Epinions.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Boac immediately sniffs some magic powder and delivers a flow that is smoother than a stream of water sliding down a liquid mirror.
Boac is, well, sometimes fun to listen to, but can get irritating with his puerile voice and delivery just as quick.
Boac tries his best to make things fun, even when he is trying to say something meaningful.
www.epinions.com /content_132668034692   (1472 words)

 :: Early Aviation Flying Boat Era - Airlines ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A smaller plane was mounted on the back of a larger plane, with the larger plane being used as a "sling shot" to propel the other plane into the air.
BOAC began their passenger service across the Atlantic around the same time as the Pam Am operation, quickly gaining a foothold on the lucrative transatlantic market.
BOAC was also able to keep their flying boat operation running after the war, flying several shorter routes strictly within Europe.
collections.ic.gc.ca /earlyaviation/AirlinesSub.asp?page=2   (205 words)

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The BOAC A-11 Revision Committee was established in 1997 to provide a direct channel of communication between agency budget offices and OMB's Budget Review and Concepts division, which produces the annual update of OMB Circular No. A-11 each Spring.
The Budget Officers Advisory Council (BOAC) was established in April 1996 at the suggestion of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
The BOAC MAX A-11 User Group was established in 1996 to provide a forum for agency budget offices to provide guidance to OMB on changes to improve the MAX A-11 system.
www.cfoc.gov /groups/boac/bcommittees.cfm   (315 words)

 Revisiting the Boac River   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
By what a mining firm said was an accident, toxic mine tailings began to defile the Boac and, later, Makulapnit Rivers for several kilometers and since then, the tragedy has changed their lives.
The whole stretch of the 30-kilometer river was buried with slurry materials claimed by MMC as “a harmless mixture of sand and water.” Soon, however, the company’s efforts to dispel any environmental threat collapsed as the magnitude of the damage began to show.
The bulk of the tailings are concentrated inside the dredge channel and at the north and south estuaries.
www.bulatlat.com /archive/017revisiting_the_boac_river.htm   (2473 words)

 Airline History - Airlines by index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
BOAC operated a fleet of Douglas DC-3s (C-47s) within the Middle East.
BOAC was forced to accept the flying boat era was over and stopped using the last Solents in 1950.
During the 1960s BOAC flew with the VC-10 and the Boeing 707 and toward the end of the 1970s a new variation of the mid-60s livery was introduced which had a clean and minimalist look.
airlines.afriqonline.com /airlines/560.htm   (2564 words)

 Welcome to BOAC-Colorado.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
BOAC was founded in 1984 as an organization for facility operating engineers.
Its purpose is to assist these primary members in developing valuable industry knowledge and increasing their proficiency in all areas of building services.
Stay informed and network with other operators by attending BOAC events.
www.boac-colorado.org   (156 words)

 BOAC - ArtPolitic Encyclopedia of Politics : Information Portal
In 1952, British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) started passenger jet flights with De Havilland Comets.
But the flights were stopped after several Comets exploded in the air.
In 1958, BOAC used the new Comets to begin jet passenger service across the Atlantic.
www.artpolitic.org /infopedia/bo/BOAC.html   (171 words)

 GrandPrix.com > GP Encyclopedia > People > Jackie Oliver   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Later that year he was signed up as a works driver with Lotus and the following year appeared in two races with the Lotus Formula 2 team.
In sportscar racing he shared victory with John Miles in a Lotus 47 GT in the BOAC 500.
In 1968 Oliver was a regular Formula 2 driver as Graham Hill's partner in the factory Lotus team.
www.grandprix.com /gpe/cref-olijac.html   (750 words)

 British Airways (2)
All routes of the former BOAC and international routes of the former BEA, incl.
During the winter season 1973/74 there were still timetables in the old formats and styles of the merging airlines and featuring the names of the old airlines.
Separate editions for former BOAC routes were published both in the quick-reference format unique to BEA (A-Z Countries) and in the traditional table format used by BOAC.
www.timetableimages.com /ttimages/ba3.htm   (348 words)

 BOAC Details, Meaning BOAC Article and Explanation Guide
BOAC Details, Meaning BOAC Article and Explanation Guide
BOAC later became part of British Airways when it was merged with British European Airways in 1974 following a British Act of Parliament in 1971.
BOAC is mentioned in the first line of The Beatles song "Back in the U.S.S.R".
www.e-paranoids.com /b/bo/boac.html   (280 words)

 Boac - compare prices, reviews and buy at NexTag - Price - Review
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""Boac - Nassau Jet"" Canvas Print, Digital reproduction of original work by Hayes, 12"" x 18"" Finished Dimensions, Wrapped finished edge, Original work dates from c.
From Flying Boats to Flying Jets: Flying in the Formative Years of Boac 1946-1972
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 Manchester International Airport: Concorde G-BOAC Facts
Concorde G-BOAC (affectionately known as Alpha Charlie) became the second aircraft to join the Concorde fleet when she was delivered to British Airways on 13 February 1976
Despite the fact that G-BOAC was the second Concorde to be delivered, she is considered to be the flagship of the fleet as she carries the registration plate BOAC - which were the initals of British Airways' forerunner, British Overseas Airline Corporation, the airline that combined with BEA (British European Airways) to form British Airways
After months of discussions between the UK and US Governments, Alpha Charlie was the first Concorde in commercial service to land on US soil at Washington Dulles airport on 24 May 1976
www.manairport.co.uk /web.nsf/Content/ConcordeGBOACFacts   (345 words)

 Concorde.y2u.co.uk - Concorde Aircraft - History & Photos
Pan Am, BOAC and Air France were the launch customers with six Concordes each.
The aircraft was initially referred to in Britain as "Concord".
G-BOAC (204) The flagship of the fleet (because of its BOAC registration) made its final flight to Manchester International Airport viewing park, where special "glass hangar" will be built for its display, on October 31 2003.
concorde.y2u.co.uk   (3945 words)

 World Airlines
Name: vc10boac.zip Size: 63732 Date: 09-10-1998 -- FS98 BOAC Standard VC10
Name: comet1yp.zip Size: 92873 Date: 08-16-1999 -- FS98 BOAC DeHavilland Comet
Name: comt4c99.zip Size: 48262 Date: 10-15-2000 -- FS98/FS2000 BOAC DeHavilland Comet 4
www.flightsim.com /cgi/kds?$=main/airmap/fs98/boac.htm   (302 words)

 Danz Family: Comment on BOAC Junior Jet Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Subsequently, the book was full by 1975, so adopted the British Aiways Junior Jet Club book which was full by 1995.
First entry in my BOAC Junior Jet Club Log Book is 6 Feb 1959, London to Rome, 960 miles in a Brittania 312!
I have two BOAC Junior Jet Club pins that were given to me. I was about to list them on E-bay, but thought I woulf check out some background on them.
www.danzfamily.com /cgi-bin/mt-comments.cgi?entry_id=129   (305 words)

 BOAC's Domain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
BOAC's Domain is the first website made almost completely by you.
Here are some suggestions of what you may like to see on the site as it grows and changes:
BOAC and BOAC's Domain are registered by Free-Host Department
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 FSimCafe.com - BOAC L-049 Lockheed L-049A Constellation repaint
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This FS2004 Connie depicts the original BOAC delivery paint scheme of 1946.
This aircraft was the first L-049 delivered to BOAC.
www.fsimcafe.com /Downloads/ShowDownload.aspx?ProductID=487   (125 words)

 Tactics Arena Community Forums - View Profile: boac
Tactics Arena Community Forums - View Profile: boac
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