British Mediterranean Airways (BMed) was a British airline that operated between 1994 and 2007. The airline was originally known as Med Air and was founded in 1994. In 1997, the airline formed a partnership with British Airways (BA) and was rebranded as British Mediterranean Airways.
BMed operated primarily out of London Heathrow Airport and provided flights to various destinations in the Mediterranean region, including Beirut, Amman, Tel Aviv, Damascus, and Cairo, among others. The airline also offered flights to other European destinations such as Madrid and Nice.
British Airways gradually acquired a majority stake in BMed, and in 2007, the airline was fully integrated into British Airways and ceased to exist as a separate entity. British Airways continued to operate the routes previously served by BMed under its own brand.