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A further two aircraft, G-
All aircraft now have 27 rows, machines up to G-
On April 20th 2012 British Airways parent IAG concluded a deal to purchase bmi British Midland International with the mainline bmi operation to be integrated into British Airways. This brought a further seven A320s into the fleet. These aircraft were configured with 168 seats.
Of these seven aircraft five were fitted with holds capable of handling containerised baggage leaving two machines that were not suitable for operations from Terminal 5 at London Heathrow. The lease on one of these machines quickly expired and the second was transferred to operate from London Gatwick.
(Routes flown in the last 30 days including positioning, test and training flights)
BA first inherited an order for 10 A320s when they took over British Caledonian in
1987. These were some of the first A320s built and the first five were of the short-
In 2002 the first of an initial order for 17 new A320-