Compagne D’Affretements et de Transports Aériens was formed by René Meyer in late 1967 and started Super Constellation operations from Pontoise and Paris Le Bourget. 4 ex Air France aircraft, 2 as passenger Connies and 2 as Freighters, were purchased and used on charter work throughout Western Europe. Two further Super Connies were added in December 1969 and December 1970. The company was reorganised in December 1972 and the Connies successively replaced by Se-210 Caravelles. F-BRAD being used until May 1973.