After leaving school she enrolled in the Wrens before becoming an air hostess and joining British South American Airways.
What does BSAA stand for?
BSAA stands for British South American Airways (former airline, merged into BOAC)
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- Buy-Sell Agreement (contracts)
- Byte Serial Adapter
- N,O-Bis(Trimethylsilyl)acetamide (silylation reagent)
- Bovine serum albumin in complete Freund's adjuvant
- Bovine Serum Albumin with Progesterone
- Bachelor of Science in Applied Arts
- Base Station Antenna Array
- Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (gaming)
- Black Sports Agents Association (Beverly Hills, CA)
- Boston Society for Antique Automobiles
- British Specialist and Advisors (law enforcement consulting; UK)
- Business School Alumni Association (various schools)
- Business Software Association of Australia
- Bank Secrecy Act Advisory Group
- Broader Spectrum of Alopecia Areata Symptomatology
- Bachelor of Science in Applied Biotechnology (University of Georgia)
- Balthazar Scales of Adaptive Behavior (intelligence quotient test)
- Bellshill Salvation Army Band (UK)
- Body Surface Area Burn
- Byggandets Samordning Aktiebolag (Sweden)
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Iris, then 26, was one of 11 - five crew and six passengers - aboard a British South American Airways passenger plane which mysteriously crashed in August 1947.
Records indicated that heavy snow had been falling for three days when the British South American Airways flight from Buenos Aires to Santiago vanished and aviation experts said the plane, which did not have de-icers, was unfit to travel in such cold weather.
Operated by the now defunct British South American Airways, the plane, called Stardust, was carrying 11 people - five crew members and six passengers - and was heading to Santiago, Chile, when it vanished during a snowstorm on August 2, 1947.
A search drew a blank and the British South American Airways (BSSA) flight - was thought to have crashed in a remote valley.
Records reveal it was a British South American Airways scheduled flight which crashed on August 2, 1947.
A search drew a blank and the British South American Airways flight was thought to have crashed in a valley.