British Airways Boeing 747-400 Fleet

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British Airways Boeing 747-400 Routes

Routes flown by the British Airways Boeing 747-400 fleet in the past 30 days including diverted, maintenance, positioning and charter flights.

British Airways Boeing 747-400 Fleet Maintenance History

Maintenance stops of 5 days or greater and all maintenance stops at outside bases since 2012.

 

 

 

British Airways Boeing 747-400 Fleet

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British Airways Boeing 747-400 Fleet

British Airways Boeing 747-400 Fleet Details

British Airways Boeing 747-400 Routes

Flights operated by British Airways Boeing 747-400 aircraft in the past 30 days. For older operations please see Jet Tracker.

 

British Airways Boeing 747-400 Fleet Maintenance History

Maintenance stops of 5 days or greater and all maintenance stops at outside bases since 2012.

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British Airways Boeing 747-400 Fleet News History

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLK Withdrawn.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLK was withdrawn from service at London Heathrow this morning after arriving as BA58 from Cape Town. This reduces the Boeing 747-400 fleet to 34 aircraft. The aircraft was in 14F/52J/36W/235Y configuration and wore White Union Flag with Crest livery on withdrawal.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVA Returns from Cardiff Maintenance.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVA which has been under maintenance at Cardiff-Wales since 12th December, positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow this evening as BA9171. The aircraft has been internally refurbished with new seat covers in Economy and Premium Economy, new carpets, mood lighting and Panasonic IFE.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVX Vancouver Rescue Mission.

Following the Boeing 747-400 technical issue at Vancouver yesterday, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVX positioned London Heathrow – Vancouver early this evening as BA9150 in order to operate yesterday’s delayed BA84 Vancouver – London Heathrow as BA9601.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVP Vancouver Technical Issue.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVP operated BA85 London Heathrow – Vancouver this afternoon, however the return BA84 has been delayed overnight due to a technical issue. This may have been caused by a bird strike when the aircraft was landing at London Heathrow.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLP Withdrawn.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLP was withdrawn from service at London Heathrow this morning after arriving as BA78 from Accra then positioned London Heathrow – RAF St Athan as BA9170 this afternoon for disposal. The aircraft was in 14F/52J/36W/235Y configuration and White Union Flag with Crest livery on withdrawal. This reduces the Boeing 747-400 fleet to 35 aircraft.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVL Takes Over BA65.

Following the earlier technical return of BA65 London Heathrow – Nairobi to London Heathrow earlier, the delayed flight was operated early this evening by British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVL.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVN BA65 London Heathrow Technical Return.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVN operating BA65 London Heathrow – Nairobi stopped the climb at 6,500 this morning due to the nosewheel not retracting. The aircraft then entered a hold over Canterbury to work checklists, moved to a second hold off Hastings at 8,000ft to burn fuel then returned to London Heathrow for a safe landing.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVT Continues from Bahrain.

Following its diversion yesterday morning, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVT departed Bahrain this morning continuing the diverted BA157 London Heathrow – Kuwait of 14th November, routing Bahrain – Kuwait as BA157. The aircraft then operated this morning’s scheduled BA156 Kuwait – London Heathrow.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVL Returns from Cape Town.

Following the technical issue it encountered on 14th November, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVL departed Cape Town in the early hours of this morning operating the delayed BA58 Cape Town – London Heathrow of 14th November as BA58D.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVT Returns from Cardiff Maintenance.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVT, which has been under maintenance at Cardiff-Wales since 13th October, positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow this morning as BA9173. The aircraft has had the seats in Premium Economy and Economy Class refurbished and re-covered and now has Panasonic IFE.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLY BA219 London Heathrow Technical Return.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLY operating BA219 London Heathrow – Denver was at 19,000ft over the Lake District early this afternoon when it turned back toward London Heathrow due to a technical issue, entered a hold to the north of Blackburn and then returned to London Heathrow for a safe landing.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLP Returns from Miami.

Following the technical issue it encountered yesterday, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLP departed Miami early this evening operating yesterday’s delayed BA208 Miami – London Heathrow as BA9606.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVD BA177 London Heathrow Technical Return.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVD operating BA177 London Heathrow – New York JFK was to the west of Ireland and at the beginning of its Atlantic crossing when it turned back to London Heathrow due to a technical issue. The flight has been delayed overnight. The aircraft immediately entered the Heathrow maintenance facility.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVO Returns from Cardiff Maintenance.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVO, which has been under maintenance at Cardiff-Wales since 7th September, positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow late this morning as BA9172. The aircraft has been refurbished with new seat coverings in World Traveller Plus and Economy and Panasonic IFE throughout.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGB BA294 Chicago Technical Return.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGB operating BA294 Chicago – London Heathrow was unable to retract its landing gear this evening and stopped the climb at 15,000ft before returning to Chicago for a safe landing. After two hours on the ground the aircraft was able to depart again.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVR Late Night New York JFK Turnaround.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVR operated BA183 London Heathrow – New York JFK this evening, however instead of overnighting and returning as BA178 tomorrow, the aircraft turned around immediately to operate the delayed BA116 New York JFK – London Heathrow. This followed an earlier Boeing 747-400 technical issue at New York JFK.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVW Returns from Lagos.

Following the technical issue it encountered on 18th July, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVW departed Lagos in the early hours of this morning operating the delayed BA74 Lagos – London Heathrow of 18th July as BA74D.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLP Continues from Houston.

Following its diversion yesterday, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLP departed Houston early this evening continuing yesterday’s delayed BA193 London Heathrow – Dallas-Fort Worth, routing Houston – Dallas-Fort Worth as BA9601. The aircraft then operated yesterday’s delayed BA192 Dallas-Fort Worth – London Heathrow as BA9602.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVE Overnight Las Vegas Delay.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVE operated BA275 London Heathrow – Las Vegas late this afternoon, however the return BA274 has been delayed overnight due to the 24 hour delay to yesterday’s BA275 service meaning there is no rested crew at Las Vegas.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVM Returns from Cardiff Maintenance.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVM, which has been under maintenance at Cardiff-Wales since 15th March, positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow early this evening as BA9172. The aircraft has been fitted new seat coverings in Economy and Premium Economy and it is now confirmed that the original IFE system has not been replaced.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGG Riyadh Technical Issue.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG arrived into Riyadh late last night as BA263 from London Heathrow, however its return to London Heathrow as BA262 in the early hours of this morning has been delayed by 24 hours due to a technical issue.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGF Returns to Service.

British Airways Boeing 747-438 G-BYGF, which has been at London Heathrow since returning from maintenance at London Stansted on 7th February, returned to service this afternoon operating BA113 London Heathrow – New York JFK.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGB Overnight Kuwait Delay.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGB arrived into Kuwait this morning as BA157 from London Heathrow (depart London Heathrow 15th January), however the return BA156 has been delayed until the early hours of tomorrow morning. This was known well ahead of the aircraft’s arrival into Kuwait and so appears to be crew related.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVI Returns from Dublin.

Following its diversion to Dublin on 10th December whilst operating BA178 New York JFK – London Heathrow, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVI operated an additional Dublin – London Heathrow sector late this morning as BA615.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVM Returns from Phoenix.

Following its technical return to Phoenix on 6th December, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVM positioned Phoenix – Bermuda – Cardiff Wales for maintenance this afternoon as BA9174. The routing indicates that this was a three engine ferry flight.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVM BA288 Phoenix Technical Return.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVM operating BA288 Phoenix – London Heathrow stopped the climb at 6,000 ft this evening due to an engine issue. Circled to work checklists whilst climbing to 10,000 ft then returned to Phoenix for a safe landing. The flight was subsequently cancelled.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGA Lagos Rescue Mission.

Following the Boeing 747-400 technical issue at Lagos on 27th November, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGA positioned London Heathrow – Lagos this evening as BA9150 in order to operate the delayed BA74 Lagos – London Heathrow of 27th November after midnight as BA74D.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGD Takes Over BA273, Overnights at San Diego.

Following the earlier Boeing 747-400 technical issue at London Heathrow, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVH operated the delayed BA273 London Heathrow – San Diego this evening after arriving as BA272 from San Diego. However the aircraft arrived too late into San Diego for today’s BA272 to depart before curfew and the aircraft will therefore overnight at San Diego.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGD Mexico Cancellation.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGD operated BA243 London Heathrow – Mexico City this afternoon, however due to the diversion of yesterday’s BA243 to Cancun there was no rested crew available at Mexico City and therefore the return BA242 was cancelled. The aircraft was then found to have a technical issue.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVE Continues from Cancun.

Following its diversion yesterday, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVE departed Cancun late this morning continuing yesterday’s diverted BA243 London Heathrow – Mexico City, routing Cancun – Mexico City as BA243. The aircraft then operated yesterday’s delayed BA242 Mexico City – London Heathrow as BA9606.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVS Operates Delayed Calgary Service.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVS operated yesterday’s delayed BA103 London Heathrow – Calgary this afternoon as BA9603. This is the first use of a Boeing 747-400 on this route. As there is no Boeing 747-400 crew at Calgary yesterday’s return BA102 was cancelled and the aircraft will overnight at Calgary.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLY Positions to Baltimore-Washington.

Following the cancellation of today’s BA209/BA208 London Heathrow – Miami rotation, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLY positioned London Heathrow – Baltimore-Washington as BA209 this evening in order to be able to easily position into Miami in order to operate a repatriation flight once cleared into Miami following Hurricane Irma.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVB Returns from Nairobi.

Following the technical issue it encountered on 8th August, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVB departed Nairobi in the early hours of this morning operating the delayed BA64 Nairobi – London Heathrow of 8th August as BA64D.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLN Returns from Heathrow Maintenance.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN, which has been under maintenance at London Heathrow since 31st July, returned to service this afternoon operating the delayed BA275 London Heathrow – Las Vegas of 6th August as BA9602. The aircraft then positioned Las Vegas – London Heathrow as BA9153, BA274 of 6th August having been cancelled.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVU BA242 Mexico City Technical Return.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVU operating BA242 Mexico City – London Heathrow stopped the climb at 12,000 ft this evening (4,000 ft above the 8,000 ft altitude airport at Mexico City) due to a cabin pressurisation issue, entered two holds to burn fuel whilst climbing to 15,000 ft before returning to Mexico City two hours after take off. After two hours on the ground the aircraft was able to depart again and succesfully completed the flight.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVC BA213 Boston De-icing Swap.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVC operated the BA213/BA212 London Heathrow – Boston rotation today in place of the scheduled A380 due to expected freezing conditions at Boston and a reported lack of A380 compatible de-icing equipment at Boston.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLP Cape Town Flight Switch.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLP arrived into Cape Town this morning as BA43 from London Heathrow (depart London Heathrow 16th March), however this evening it operated yesterday’s delayed BA42 Cape Town – London Heathrow as BA42D.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVU Cape Town Flight Switch.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVU arrived into Cape Town this morning as BA43 from London Heathrow (depart London Heathrow 15th March), however this evening it operated yesterday’s delayed BA42 Cape Town – London Heathrow as BA42D. As a result tonight’s BA42 has been delayed overnight.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLO Withdrawn.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLO was withdrawn from service at London Heathrow this morning after arriving as BA218 from Dener positioned London Heathrow – Cardiff-Wales for maintenance this decomissioning this afternoon as BA9170. .

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVV BA57 Barcelona Diversion and Heathrow Return.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVV operating BA57 London Heathrow – Johannesburg (depart London Heathrow 14th January) turned back over Africa and diverted to Barcelona this morning and then returned to London Heathrow. The initial diversion was due to a passengers with a medical issue, although it is not clear why the diversion was not to an African airport. Having gone to Barcelona crew had sufficient hours to return to London Heathrow but not to set off again for Johannesburg.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLP Returns from Cardiff Storage.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLP, which has been in short term storage at Cardiff-Wales since 23rd December, positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow as BA9151 early this afternoon then returned to service operating BA275 London Heathrow – Las Vegas.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGG Operates Tokyo – Madrid Charter.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG, which has been at Tokyo Haneda since arriving as a charter from Madrid on 12th December, operated the return Tokyo Haneda – Madrid charter as BA9125 in the early hours of this morning as BA9125. The aircraft then positioned Madrid – London Heathrow as BA9159.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVR BA112 New York JFK Technical Return.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVR operating BA112 New York JFK – London Heathrow stopped the climb at 4,500 ft this evening when the landing gear failed to retract, entered a hold to work checklists then returned to New York JFK for a safe landing. The flight was subsequently cancelled.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLP Returns from Cardiff-Wales.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLP, which has been temporarily stored at Cardiff-Wales since 24th November, positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow as BA9163 this afternoon then returned to service operating BA157 London Heathrow – Kuwait.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVS Returns from Cardiff-Wales.

Britih Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVS, which has been in short term storage at Cardiff-Wales since 23rd November, positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow as BA9162 this afternoon then returned to service operating BA183 London Heathrow – New York JFK.

 

 

 

 

 

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