Cross Channel Car Ferries of the Air

For a few decades it was possible to cross the English Channel by booking onto an aircraft which could carry a car and its occupants. The development of this service was covered in the history of British United Air Ferries, which was featured in a supplement on Air Holdings (that owned a number of carriers) in the January 21, 1965 issue of ‘The Aeroplane and Commercial Aviation News’

Seen at Geneva, a Carvair on one of B.U.A.F.'s "deep penetration" services.
Seen at Geneva, a Carvair on one of B.U.A.F.'s "deep penetration" services.

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