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** 2 Empire Awards nominations "' Best British Film, Best Sci-Fi / Fantasy "'
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** and Airways
** South African Airways Provincial Challenges ( 16 provincial teams and Namibia )
** Republic Airlines, a regional air carrier affiliated with US Airways
** TNT Airways ( part of TNT Express ), in Belgium and Papua New Guinea
** Virgin Atlantic Airways makes its inaugural flight.
** Zagreb mid-air collision: A British Airways Trident and a Yugoslav DC-9 collide near Zagreb, Yugoslavia ( now Croatia ), killing all 176 aboard.
** Thai Airways Flight 311 operated by Airbus A310-300 crashes into a mountain north of Kathmandu, Nepal killing all 113 people on board.
** Nigeria Airways Flight 2120, a Douglas DC-8 operated by Canadian airline Nolisair, catches fire and crashes in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, killing all 261 people on board.
** Pan American World Airways ends operations.
** Pan American Airways offers the first commercially scheduled 747 service from John F. Kennedy International Airport to London Heathrow Airport.
** New Zealand National Airways Corporation the Domestic airline of New Zealand was merged with New Zealand's international airline, Air New Zealand.
** Braniff International Airways is declared bankrupt and ceases all flights.
** British Airways is privatised and listed on the London Stock Exchange.
** Pan American Airways ( 1998 – 2004 ), the third airline with the same name
** Boston-Maine Airways, sister company to this airline, which operated service under the Pan Am Clipper Connection brand
** US Airways Express operated by PSA Airlines ( Charlotte )
** Ghana Airways ' IATA code
** an airline brand operated by defunct regional airline Boston-Maine Airways for the airline holding company Pan Am Systems.
** XL Airways UK, a defunct British airline which was part of XL Leisure Group
** The Pan American World Airways Martin M-130 flying boat China Clipper, operating as Flight 161, strikes a blacked-out boat and crashes while landing at Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, killing between 23 and 25 of the 30 people on board.
** While on approach to Washington Dulles International Airport in Dulles, Virginia, Trans World Airways Flight 514, a Boeing 727-231, crashes into Mount Weather in Clarke County, Virginia, killing all 92 people on board and severing the underground main telephone line of the United States Governments Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center, to which the crash brings undesired attention.
** Helios Airways Flight 522, Helios Airways Boeing 737-31S flight that crashed on August 14, 2005 into a mountain north of Marathon and Varnavas, Greece
** British Overseas Airways Corporation
** Sportsflight Airways

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