BA connect was founded in 1970 by Brymon Aviation Limited. Initially it provided air services by the name Brymon Airways. The company was sold to British Airways in 1993. Later it was merged with British regional airlines to form British Airways Citiexpress. It was again renamed to BA Connect in 2006. Now it is whole subsidiary of Flybe.
On 3 November 2006 the airline announced to stop all its flights services by the name of BA connect and it was sold to Flybe.
Birmingham International Airport
London City Airport
BA Connect Fleet consists of 22 flights:
· 1 BAe 146-100 (To Flybe)
· 2 BAe 146-200 (To Flybe)
· 1 BAe 146-300 (To Flybe)
· 10 Avro RJ100 (To BA CityFlyer)
· 6 Bombardier Dash 8 Q311
· 10 Embraer ERJ 145 EP (To Flybe)
· 18 Embraer ERJ 145 EU (To Flybe)