The Baltic Exchange formed an Air Freight Advisory Committee.
The Committee was reorganised as the Airbrokers Association, with 68 member companies.
Renamed Baltic Air Charter Association with widened membership criteria and new rules.
Lunches held in the Queens Room (banqueting hall) at the Baltic Exchange.
An annual commercial services award is presented, alternately to a passenger or cargo airline.
Jeremy Palmer appointed Chairman of BACA.
Original Baltic Exchange building destroyed by IRA bomb.
BACA lunches held at Trinity House, as the Baltic Exchange banqueting hall is destroyed.
Baltic Exchange moved to new premises at 38 St Mary Axe, also becoming BACAs new home.
Lunches still held at Trinity House, as the new Baltic Exchange has no banqueting hall.
Geraldine Malempre becoming BACAs first female chairman.
BACA successfully fights the requirement for all brokers to have ATOLs.
BACA lunches move to The Ironmongers Hall, Barbican.
BACA introduces a Mediation Service for its members.
BACA members make a special visit to Martinair, Amsterdam.
BACA has 98 member companies.
All BACA members are granted access to the Baltic Exchange, its restaurant and bar.
BACA members make a special visit to the Airbus factory at Toulouse.
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh (BACA Honorary Member) attends the October lunch.
BACA has 120 member companies.
BACA introduces annual Excellence Awards with 5 industry categories.
Awards Lunches outgrow the Ironmongers Hall, and move to the Plaisterers Hall.
Air Partner recommends that BACA should create an Escrow facility for members.
BACA starts to organise periodic industry training courses at the Baltic Exchange.
BACAs 60th Anniversary luncheon is held at Guildhall, London.
BACA has 150 member companies.
The BACA Escrow financial security service is launched for members.
A special membership category is introduced for retired members.
BACA has 200 member companies.
BACA endorses the ARGUS Charter Broker Programme, the only broker accreditation scheme fully endorsed by BACA.