British Westpoint Airlines
The airline started operations in 1962 operating charters and summer pleasure flights from Exeter Airport using a fleet of de Havilland Dragon Rapides. In 1963 three former British European Airways Douglas DC-3s were acquired and a scheduled service was started linking Exeter with Newquay and London. In 1964 further Dragon Rapides along with Mayflower Air Services were acquired in 1964. During 1966 the airline looked at re-equipping with larger aircraft and expanding the network further but is ceased operation in 1967.
- Merton Jones, T. (1972). British Independent Airline & Operators Since 1947. UK: LAAS International. NONE.