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Brymon Airways

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Brymon Airways

Group  From 1972  To 28/3/2002

Categories: Aviation

Former airline co-founded by journalist Bill Bryce and racing driver Chris Amon. Based in Plymouth, it was the first British airline to use the De Havilland Canada Dash 7 short take-off and landing airplane. Eventually it was merged with British Regional Airlines.

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