|Quoting Wjcandee (Reply 7):|
When Airtran bought ValuJet, didn't they keep that certificate operational for a while as well, and weren't some Airtran flights "Citrus" and some "Critter"?
|Quoting Wjcandee (Reply 13):|
Doesn't BA use "Speedbird" anymore?
|Quoting Boysteve (Reply 14):|
However, 2 questions, GB airways has recently started to operate flights from MAN on behalf of BA, so do they have their own call-sign?
And who operates the MAN-JFK flight? because I'm, sure its call sign is British too
|Quoting Jetset7E7 (Reply 22):|
The MAN-JFK is operated by BA CitiExpress, and I'm sure it uses the British callsign.
|Quoting Boysteve (Reply 15):|
OK everyone, I can now correct what I said in the last reply thanks to a trip to MAN viewing park this morning with my radio. BA actually use 4 callsigns at MAN;
Speedbird; On the MAN-JFK flight
Shuttle; On the LHR/LGW shuttles
British; On the European and Domestic routes operated by BA CitiFlyer express
GB; On the European routes operated by GB airways.
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