- In 1994 Manx Airlines Europe became a franchise carrier for British Airways.
- When Manx Airlines existed, its head office was on the airport property.
- In September 1996 Manx Airlines Europe changed its name to British Regional Airlines.
- These included; Air New Zealand, Aer Lingus, British Midland Airways and Manx Airlines.
- "' Manx Airlines "'was an English-owned, Isle of Man-based airline which existed between 1982 and 2002.
- It's difficult to find manx airlines in a sentence. 用manx airlines造句挺难的
- When it existed, Manx Airlines had its head office on the grounds of Isle of Man Airport.
- In May 1955, BAS took over Isle of Man-based Manx Airlines, an independent airline operating charter flights and regional scheduled services.
- Apart from Britavia itself, BAS Group's operating subsidiaries encompassed Silver City Airways, Air Kruise, Aquila Airways, LAC and the original Manx Airlines.
- After a restructure of British Midland Group in 1994, Loganair's routes outside Scotland and the aircraft used operate them were transferred to Manx Airlines.
- In March 2001 British Airways purchased the British Regional Airlines Group ( holding company of British Regional Airlines and Manx Airlines ) for ?8m.
- By 1957, BAS's airline subsidiaries included Air Kruise, Aquila Airways, Britavia, the Lancashire Aircraft Corporation and the original Manx Airlines, apart from Silver City Airways itself.
- An earlier " Manx Airlines " had existed from 1953 until early 1958, based at Ronaldsway Airport and equipped with De Havilland Dragon Rapides and Douglas C-47 Dakotas.
- 1982 was also the year the CAA transferred Air UK's British Midland to form Manx Airlines, a new, jointly owned regional subsidiary based on the Isle of Man.
- The smaller carriers, British Regional Airlines, which operates as a British Airways franchise; Manx Airlines; Loganair; and Business Air; are being demerged from their parent company, Airlines of Britain Holdings PLC.
- Also in 1982, BMA, together with AirUK at the time ), formed Manx Airlines, and the following year it purchased a 75 % stake in Glasgow-based regional airline Loganair from The Royal Bank of Scotland.