The British Aircraft Corporation was a British aircraft manufacturer formed from the merger of English Electric Aviation Ltd, Vickers-Armstrong, Bristols Aeroplane Company and Hunting Aircraft in 1960.
Most of the BAC designs were taken from the individual companies that formed BAC but the first aircraft to carry the BAC designation was the Hunting study that formed the basis of the BAC1-11 short haul jetliner.
Another study was the Bristol 223 supersonic transport that eventually led to the BAC Aerospatiale Concorde.
Most of the BAC aircraft were military including the Jet Provost, Strikemaster and TSR-2.
On 29th April 1977 BAC was nationalised together with Hawker Siddeley and Scottish Aviation to form British Aerospace (BAe).
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The BAC1-11 was a short haul jetliner originally designed by Hunting.
The aircraft was powered by 2 x Rolls Royce Spey engines and operated up to the 1990s.
Concorde was the worlds only successful supersonic aircraft having flown with British Airways and Air France.
The Jet Provost (JP) was a primary military jet aircraft. The Strikemaster was an armed version of the training aircraft extensively used in the Middle East.
This was a strike aircraft that was advanced for its time but cancelled by the government. Only one prototype flew.
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