British Airways Boeing 777-36NER G-STBE entered service today unusually operating BA189 London Heathrow –Newark. Newark is not normally a Boeing 777-300ER route and this is the first visit of a BA 777-300ER to Newark.
British Airways Boeing 777-36NER G-STBE positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow today as BA9172.
British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLG returned to service today operating the BA215/BA214 London Heathrow – Boston rotation.
British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLG undertook a further London Heathrow – London Heathrow test flight as BA9173 this afternoon again routing to the tip of Cornwall before returning to London.
British Airways Boeing 777-36NER G-STBE was delivered Paine Field – Cardiff-Wales as BA9176 today. The aircraft is on lease from GECAS. The aircraft is in Union Flag livery and 14F/56J/44W/183Y configuration and brings the British Airways B777-300ER fleet up to five aircraft.
Following yesterday’s return to the stand at London Heathrow and the subsequent cancellation of the BA215/BA215 London Heathrow – Boston rotation, British Aiways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLG undertook a test flight from London Heathrow today as BA9173, routing to the tip of Cornwall before returning to London.
British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLG was scheduled to operate its first passenger service since September 2009 today as BA215 London Heathr0w – Boston. Unfortunately after pushback a technical problem was discovered with the pitot tubes. The fault could not be rectified and the BA215/BA214 rotation was subsequently cancelled.
British Airways Boeing 777-36NER G-STBE positioned Portland – Paine Field today following painting.