lightmac wrote:What airlines are spin-offs from other non-aviation-related companies?...
rorymaxwell wrote:FlyBe was orginally, as Jersey European, an offshoot of Walker Steel. .
Cunard wrote:In 1960 the British shipping company CUNARD took a controlling stake in British Eagle Airways renaming it Cunard Eagle Airways.
FlyHossD wrote:lightmac wrote:What airlines are spin-offs from other non-aviation-related companies?...
Brockway Glass acquired Air North in 1984 or 85 and then merged Crown AIrways into a new identity known as Brockway Air. The glass company survives today as Owens-Brockway, but the airline bounced around quite a bit, ultimately serving TWA at JFK and BOS (IIRC).
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