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... The Dragon Rapides BEA had inherited from Scottish Airways and other former independent airlines it had taken over in early-1947 initially operated the corporation's Scottish routes, including services ... From 1948, BEA Dragon Rapides were contracted to operate the Scottish Air Ambulance Service ... BEA began replacing Dragon Rapides with Pionairs across its Scottish network however, the pre-war de Havilland biplanes continued serving Barra as no other ...
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