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July. 31, 2006
British Airways British Airways
in full British Airways PLC
International passenger airline based in London. In 1936 British Airways Ltd. was founded through the merger of three smaller airlines. has started to introduce a new video on demand system throughout the fleet. The first aircraft to be fitted is a Boeing (language) BOEING - An early system on the IBM 1130.
[Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959]. 767 used on the Heathrow to Detroit service. The kit will be rolled out across the fleet over the next two years. Using an onscreen on·screen or on-screen
adj. & adv.
1. As shown on a movie, television, or display screen.
2. Within public view; in public. menu passengers will be able to choose from around 100 films and TV programs, 50CDs as well as radio channels and audio books. A dedicated 'Sky-flyers Kids' section will cater for younger customers and there will be a greater selection of foreign language films available on all routes. http://www.ba.com Jul 29, 2006
British Airways sold its 14.6% shareholding in WNS WNS Washington (DC) Numismatic Society
WNS WADP Numbering System (World Association for the Development of Philately)
WNS Wireless Network Security
WNS Weismann-Netter Syndrome
WNS Western Snow Conference , an Indian business services company, for a net $96 million. BA said it will report a gain on the disposal of approximately [pounds sterling]48 million ($88.7 million) in the second quarter and use the proceeds to pay existing debt, which amounted to [pounds sterling]4.1 billion as of March 31. Jul 27, 2006