Dan-Air (Dan Air Services Limited) was formed in the UK in May 1953 as a
subsidiary of Davies and Newman (DAN) providing passenger and cargo
services. Dan-Air became the first UK airline to have a female pilot in
command on on a jet airliner in 1975. Dan-Air ceased operations in 1992
following major financial problems and was sold to British Airways for a
nominal £1 fee.
It is of note that Dan-Air
operated the world's largest fleet of De Havilland Comets (the first
operational jet airliner) and were also the last airline to operate a De
Havilland comet commercially in 1981.
Destinations of Dan-Air
The travel destinations for
Dan-Air include the following places:
Information about Airlines - Description & Definition
An airline, such as Dan-Air, is
a commercial enterprise that provides intercontinental, regional or
domestic air transportation for passengers via charter services or
scheduled flights which are
included in the Dan-Air air routes. Airlines, such
as Dan-Air, may also provide Cargo services flying freight to various destination points.
Pictures of Dan-Air airliners and planes
The photos and pictures of airliners
that fly under the banner of Dan-Air provide clear images of each aircraft
and plane. Each airliner and plane is branded with the logo for Dan-Air and
the logo is clearly visible from the gallery of pictures and photos of
Dan-Air airliners that and can be accessed from the above links. All of our
Copyright Free Pictures and Photos of Dan-Air airliners are in JPEG format
and have been carefully sized and optimised to reduce the file size and
computer download times. We are the sole copyright holders for the
photos and pictures of the planes owned or leased by Dan-Air and these
photographs may be freely used for educational purposes. Internet Use of
any Airline and Airliners Pictures and Photos is Strictly Prohibited.
Destinations, Holidays and Vacations
run by Dan-Air were to transport passengers to chosen European destinations for
holidays and vacations and cargo flights although they ocasionaly
operated transatlantic charter flights.