This is another example of the many British regional airlines of the 90's: Euro direct was based at Bournemouth airport and it only lasted about one year. It flew with British Aerospace ATP and Jetstream J31 to several destinations in the UK, Ireland and continental Europe, including a place I had never heard of before called Kortrijk in the Netherlands (the airport is actually in Belgium)
Fares section, just if anyone cares:
Lo siento, pero no me pude resistir. Le hice una ampliación a la imagen de las TCP con su uniforme. No es que me interese mucho el tema, pero de verdad que a veces me pregunto qué piensan los directivos cuando mandan a la gente a trabajar vestida de esta guisa. La chaqueta y el sombrerito son inenarrables.
I'm sorry, but I just couldn't resist uploading this close up on the cover picture with the FAs wearing their uniforms. Now, I don't really care about that kind of stuff, but I sometimes wonder what the airline decision-makers where thinking when they send people to work in such outfits. Just take a look at those hats and those jackets...