British World Airlines
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British World Airlines operated between April 1993 and December 2001. Prior to 1993 they were known as British Air Ferries (BAF).
In November 1995, BWA were awarded a further five year contract for the Shell Oil Aberdeen to Sumburgh route worth £50 million.
In June of 1996 the very last Aberdeen to Sumburgh Viscount flight is flown by G-CSZB.
BWA regularly flew into Sumburgh under its Shell Oil North Sea contract using Viscounts, ATR-72s and BAe ATPs up until bankruptcy in 2001. The route was then awarded to Flightline.
Currently 3 photographs of planes operated by British World Airlines.
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|G-APEY||Vickers||Viscount||British World Airlines||Peter Scott|
|G-OBWN||BAe||ATP||British World Airlines||Peter Scott|
|G-OILA||ATR||ATR-72||British World Airlines||Peter Scott|
Video: British World Viscounts G-AOHB and G-CSZB preparing for take-off at Aberdeen enroute to Sumburgh.