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image by Herman Felani, 24 January 2009
Greater Manchester Police, a plain blue field with the police badge at the
centre. The police badge featuring the widely used emergency services star, the
royal cypher, the St Edward's crown, as well as the name of the service. The
flag is flown at Chester House, the Greater Manchester Police headquarters.
Herman Felani, 24 January 2009
This flag is not only flown at Chester House, but is also carried by the
Mounted Troop on ceremonial occasions. Furthermore, it is also displayed inside
at least one police station in the Greater Manchester area, at Salford. Kath and
I saw this in Salford Quays about ten years ago.
Ron Lahav, 25 January 2009
image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 13 October 2007
The Manchester Airports Group
is a white flag with a large image of blue-coloured logo as shown at
Above the entity’s name are placed, at left, a globe with nine arrow-like
figures encircling it and almost coming together at the North Pole; at right,
large initials ‘MAG’, a growing wedge of white sweeping away part of them.
Quote from relevant website:
“The Manchester Airports Group plc (MAG) is the largest UK-owned airport group and is made up of four airports - Manchester, East Midlands, Humberside and Bournemouth and currently handles more than 28 million passengers every year. The group also runs businesses in property development and management, baggage handling, car parking, airport security, fire-fighting, engineering, advertising and motor transport services. Manchester Airports Group plays a vital role in the success of UK aviation generating around Ł3.2 billion for the UK economy and supporting more than 130,000 jobs across the four airports. (…) Manchester Airports Group is wholly owned by the 10 local authorities of Greater Manchester and is proud to be publicly owned and privately managed.”
Jan Mertens, 11 October 2007