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This is an advance edition, so it is quite possible that there were some changes afterwards, but it gives you a fairly good idea of BEA operations at the time, including some partner airlines such as Gibraltar Airways and Malta Airlines. By the way, I was mildy surprided when I found that there was a BEA flight linking Gibraltar with Madrid, since the Franco regime was completely obsessed with the long standing Spanish claim of Gibraltar.
La portada de la edición integramente en japonés de un horario parecido de BEA, ya anunciando su nueva marca (en aquel momento) British Airways:
A similar BEA timetable, Japanese language edition and already introducing the new (at the time) branding British Airways:
Bonus track II:
Mapa de rutas de la temporada 1972/73, sacada de otro folleto:
BEA 1972/73 route network, taken from another timetable: