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  Sequent's NUMA-Q 2000 prepares Britannia Airways   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Britannia Airways is operating two NUMA systems which are running financial systems applications and operational systems which include flight scheduling, crew information and planning.
Britannia Airways is equally interested in the strategic possibilities offered by the NUMA-based systems, according to Atkinson: "NUMA gives us the option of moving to a thin client architecture, or even running Unix and NT applications on different quads within the same system.
Britannia Airways is the world's biggest holiday airline offering award winning service on a network of holiday flights from the U.K and Europe to destinations around the world.
www.hoise.com /primeur/99/articles/weekly/AE-PR-06-99-11.html   (244 words)

 Britannia Airways - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Britannia Airways was the largest charter airline in the United Kingdom, rebranded as Thomsonfly in 2005.
The name Britannia was adopted on August 16, 1964 to coincide with re-equipping with the Bristol Britannia turboprop airliner.
Britannia began to re-equip with Boeing 737-200 in 1968, the first European operator of the type.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Britannia_Airways   (517 words)

 Passenger Opinions about Britannia Airways
The service I received from a member of the "cabin crew" on Britannia Airways was an aggressive, abusive manner towards my grandson (12 years) and I. We felt embarassed by the situation she put us in - I am in the process of making a formal complaint.
Britannia Airways have the nerve to show a video on how to exercise to avoid DVT; this would be fine if there was enough room to move one's legs!
However, on a Britannia flight to Samos in September 2004, the 3 seats were taken by elderly, overweight passengers, one of whom had to be moved to the seat behind for take off and landing.
www.airlinequality.com /Forum/britannia.htm   (5166 words)

 Britannia Airways   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Britannia Airways is the world's largest holiday airline, offering service on a network of flights from the United Kingdom and Europe to destinations around the world.
In 1964 the airline became Britannia Airways and renewed its fleet with Bristol Britannia turboprop airliners.
Britannia modernized its fleet in the 1990s and expanded its route network to holiday destinations in Asia, Canada, South Africa, and the United States.During 1997, 34 percent of Britannia's flights were to long-haul destinations.
www.boeing.com /commercial/aeromagazine/aero_04/textonly/a01txt.html   (483 words)

 Heathrow Props Britannia Page
Britannia are still flying holiday makers, now using a range of modern aircraft.
Donaldson International Airways were a Scottish owned company normally based at Gatwick, They operated ex-Hunting Clan 317 Britannias.
Canadair built a longer version of the Britannia under license, Loftleidir used theirs to carry 214 passengers on their low cost Transatlantic routes.
members.aol.com /pionair/britania.htm   (335 words)

 Britannia - MyDreamFlorida - Orlando and Florida
Britannia Airways is the world’s largest holiday airline offering award winning service on a network of holiday flights from the UK and Europe to destinations around the world.
Recognising this fact at Britannia we have invested millions of pounds in computer systems and in staff training to achieve high levels of punctuality and have an excellent track record for on-time performance.
We flew with Britannia in 1997 and 2000.
www.mydreamflorida.com /britan.asp   (327 words)

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Britannia Airways was formed in 1962 when it was then known as Euravia.
Throughout the 1960's Britannia was 'one step ahead of the rest' introducing new innovations such as hot meals for holidaymakers and assigned seating for passengers so they didn't have to rush to the aircraft to get the best seats.
Flew with Britannia Airways between Glasgow and Luton on a 767-300 and flew in Britannia's 360 Premium cabin.
members.tripod.com /Craigs_Airlines/britannia.htm   (2590 words)

 Newspaper Society -
Boeing provided Britannia Airways with a marketing budget to promote the next generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft being introduced for short-haul holiday flights from Glasgow International Airport.
Britannia Airways created a press pack containing a wordsearch competition, articles on holiday packing tips and facts about the new aircraft which was sent out with instructions on how newspapers should run the feature and use it as a platform to generate revenue.
For a media outlay of less than £25,000, the PR value of the campaign was calculated to be worth nearly £200,000, based on independent evaluation by Britannia Airways’ appointed PR research agency.
www.newspapersoc.org.uk /documents/publications/pr2000/britannia.html   (547 words)

 Malaga Britannia Airlines Flights To Malaga Britannia Airlines
Britannia Airways are actually part of the larger travel group World of TUI and they are able to offer a few extras that many of the low cost airlines have stopped providing.
On all Britannia Airways flights to Malaga you are able to pre-select your seating, you simply ring customer services after making you reservation, pay an extra £10 per person and you can choose exactly where you want to sit before you even get to the Airport.
Britannia Airways also provide a selection of in flight entertainment on all Flights to Malaga, They offer TV which plays a selection of popular drama and comedy programs and have a Radio section to cater for all music tastes.
www.malaga-costa-del-sol.to /flights_to_malaga_britannia.htm   (304 words)

 Bristol Britannia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Bristol Type 175 Britannia was a medium/long-range airliner built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company in 1952 to fly a number of air routes across the British Empire.
After wrangling between the Ministry of Supply and British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) over costs, the go-ahead was given in July 1948 for three prototypes, although the second and third were to be convertible to Bristol Proteus turboprops.
Unlike the Britannia the Argus was built for endurance, not speed, and so used four Wright R-3350-32W Turbo-Compound engines which use very little fuel (although it is perhaps surprising that it did not use the Napier Nomad, an even more efficient turbo-compound designed expressly for this role).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bristol_Britannia   (1305 words)

 Transform Magazine - Britannia Airways Keeps Mobile Crews Informed
Britannia Airways (www.britanniaairways.com), London, has extended its deployment of Livelink from Open Text (www.opentext.com), Chicago, to provide real-time PDA and laptop access to content during flights.
The PDA's have been rolled out to Britannia cabin crew and are used to record and transact in-flight retail purchases and present flight documentation that is downloaded using wireless technology at the bases prior to the flight.
Laptop computers have been rolled out to Britannia's pilots so they can access manuals and pilot notices formerly distributed on paper, thereby reducing briefing times, encouraging on-time departures and providing an audit trail to ensure that pilots are fulfilling all aviation guidelines, regulations and policies.
www.transformmag.com /showArticle.jhtml?articleID=17601640   (200 words)

 [nagdu] Britannia Airways, Manchester and U.S.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Britannia has had a great record of being willing to transport guide dogs in the cabin with their owners on many of their routes in to Gatwick.
Again Britannia has had a proud tradition of being one of the first British Airlines willing to fly guide dog teams together in the passenger cabin on selected routes up to this point.
We hope Britannia will follow their lead and secure such a contract to give blind air travelers over here one more option to choose from when selecting an airline for travel to Britain.
www.nfbnet.org /pipermail/nagdu/2004-June/004953.html   (1399 words)

 Aden Airways Pilots :: Aden Airways :: Khormaksar :: Aden Civil Airport
He concluded his professional flying career with Britannia Airways flying as Captain on their Boeing 737 fleet.
At the time, he was believed to be the oldest pilot ever to have completed the 767 type-rating course, although he opted to retire in 1984 without ever flying that type on the line.
In 1967 he was awarded the MBE for his services to aviation, and then became senior pilot for Britannia Airways, flying Boeing 737s from Luton until his formal retirement.
adenairways.com /pilots.htm   (2601 words)

 Britannia Airways - Sybase Inc   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Iain Andrew, Britannia's Director of IT and Change, said: "This initiative is part of Britannia's strategy to mobilise our entire organisation through an automated workflow and knowledge management system.
Over 2,300 users at Britannia are utilising the iAnywere Solutions mobile solution which includes a local SQL database on the PDA, data synchronisation, integration, mobile email and the remote device management product, Manage Anywhere.
Britannia is particularly focused on being able to access information on customer preferences, providing much more personalised customer service over time.
www.sybase.com /ffa/britannia   (1192 words)

 Britannia: Frequently Asked Questions
But, as you would with any other publication, you should approach whatever you read on Britannia with a degree of skepticism and understand that humans sometimes make errors, even when they intend not to.
A: We have lots of contributors to the Britannia site, most of whom are experts in their field.
Britannia has been on the internet a long time and we find our content or images on websites all over the internet, mostly without attribution.
www.britannia.com /faq.html   (575 words)

 Britannia Airways - Sybase Inc
Britannia Airways Ltd, one of the UK’s largest charter airlines, needed wireless connectivity enabling 1,800 cabin crew and 450 pilots to access a variety of information including email, flight crew rosters, health and safety information.
London-based Britannia Airways Ltd. flies more than 8 million passengers annually from 20 UK airports to about 100 destinations in 40 countries.
The new solution also benefits Britannia’s 450 pilots who will now access technical calculations, flight reports, aviation journals and other records via their laptops using the database and synchronization software from Sybase’s iAnywhere subsidiary.
www.sybase.com /detail?id=1026443   (805 words)

 Britannia Airways   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The world’s leading holiday airline, Britannia Airways, is using Esendex’s Business SMS service to upgrade its crisis communication system.
The airline, which has a fleet of 33 aircraft and carries over 8 million passengers a year from around 20 UK airports, needed a system that could alert staff as quickly as possible in a crisis.
When the message is received they are then asked to respond by text to confirm they’ve received it and to give an expected time of arrival at the Britannia Emergency Response Centre or at on-site locations.
www.esendex.com /uk/esendex-case-studies-britannia-airways.aspx   (351 words)

 PRESS RELEASE IBM Wins Historic ThinkPad Deal With UK’s Leading Charter Airline, Britannia Airways   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
London -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 30, 2003 -- Big Blue is taking to the skies with Britannia Airways, creating e-Flight decks on the airline's entire fleet of Boeing 757s and 767s.
In a deal worth $1.6 million (1 million U.K. pounds), IBM is equipping Britannia's 430 pilots with IBM ThinkPad X24 laptop computers, which will give pilots electronic access to all the airplane manuals required on the flight deck.
In early 2002, Britannia's sister company, TUI UK, also announced an eight-year technology services relationship with IBM Global Services to establish a single computing structure for all of its UK businesses including Britannia Airways.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=50709   (766 words)

 iAnywhere.com - Success Story - Britannia Airways
With a cabin crew of 1800, and 450 pilots, Britannia Airways is the largest charter airline in the United Kingdom.
The company is based in Luton, and has its main bases at London Luton, London Gatwick, Birmingham Intl, and Manchester Intl.
Britannia's staff received training on the new solution and it proved an instant hit.
www.ianywhere.com /success_stories/britannia.html   (1354 words)

 Cable & Wireless Clears the Airways for Britannia, from Cable & Wireless - White Papers, Webcasts and Case Studies - ...
Overview: Britannia Airways is one of the world's leading holiday airlines, with over 40 years' experience in the sector.
Although Britannia considered a number of suppliers, it selected Cable & Wireless because of a good experience when procuring solutions from the company previously.
The solutions have been very well received by Britannia's IT department, which has effectively saved the company the considerable expense of upgrading its network.
whitepapers.techrepublic.com.com /abstract.aspx?scid=291&docid=164281&part=rss&tag=rss&subj=&promo=100112   (429 words)

 Britannia Airways soars with Interliant - vnunet.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The solution is based on Lotus QuickPlace 2.0, which enables users to create shared workspaces on the internet, or locally on an intranet.
Britannia has selected access via a broadband connection.
During a six-month pilot Britannia realised a number of benefits from the system, including better internal workflow and the ability to work securely with users outside the organisation.
www.vnunet.com /vnunet/news/2117986/britannia-airways-soars-interliant   (553 words)

 eBay.co.uk - Britannia, Coins, Transportation, Trains Railway Models items at low prices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Signed Benham Royal Yachts Britannia Sir Paul Greening
Britannia Metal Teapot, milk jug and sugar basin
Medal - MBE Britannia, hallmarked with ribbon and broach
search.ebay.co.uk /Britannia_W0QQfclZ4QQfnuZ1   (299 words)

 RSA Vantage Magazine V1N1 |Secure Soaring at Britannia Airways
Britannia Airways, Luton, Bedfordshire, U.K. Leading charter airline in the United Kingdom.
Britannia briefs pilots, cabin crew and ground staff before each flight, covering everything from individual passengers with special needs to the latest bulletins from aviation officials.Historically, the airline sent out briefing information on paper, but it wanted to switch to an intranet-based system that employees could access from anywhere.
The airline considered using biometric or smart card products, but rejected those technologies because the infrastructure associated with them, including readers or scanners, was often unavailable remote locations and costly to deploy.
www.rsasecurity.com /newsletter/Vantage/Autumn2003/casestudy.html   (326 words)

 Newcomers Guide to Britannia
Plus look for Britannia branded and co-branded products in 2000.
Most of our pages look something like the one shown below, which is our homepage for What's Cooking (Dec.1999).
In a word, no. Britannia.com is owned, published and maintained by Britannia.com, LLC and has no connection with any of the companies named in the question.
www.britannia.com /firstime.html   (419 words)

 FS2004 Britannia Airways 757-204 - Fly Away Simulation, Flight Simulator #1
Repaint of POSKY's new GMAX 757-200 in the classic livery of British charter airline, Britannia Airways.
This aircraft is G-BYAX and was delivered new to Britannia in February 1999.
Very few aircraft still wear this scheme since the airline was integrated into the TUI group, it's name will also soon dissappear as it is to be rebranded again, this time to THOMSON 'Operated by Britannia' Repainted by Ben Jones.
flyawaysimulation.com /downloads-file-600-details.html   (370 words)

 World Airlines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Name: paicb020.zip Size: 335575 Date: 04-22-2003 -- Britannia Airways OC Boeing B752
Name: paicb021.zip Size: 289406 Date: 08-04-2002 -- Britannia Airways STD Boeing B752
Name: 738balnc.zip Size: 4610791 Date: 08-25-2003 -- FS2004 Britannia Airways Sverige 737-804
www.flightsim.com /cgi/kds?$=main/airmap/all/britannia_airways.htm   (707 words)

 CRM Today: IBM Wins Historic ThinkPad Deal with Britannia Airways
Improved CRM by online directories provide a model and inspiration for newspaper publishers -- and taxonomy management is the key.
IBM Wins Historic ThinkPad Deal with Britannia Airways
Big Blue is taking to the skies with Britannia Airways, creating e-Flight decks on the airline's entire fleet of Boeing 757s and 767s.
www.crm2day.com /news/crm/EpuukyFEukzPrtHXvm.php   (686 words)

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