British Airways Boeing 747-400 G-BNLN

 

 

British Airways Boeing 747-400 G-BNLN

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British Airways Boeing 747-400 Fleet

G-BNLN Maintenance Record

Details of all maintenance stoppages of five days or greater since 2012.

G-BNLN Tracker

Details of all tracked flights made by G-BNLN in the past 30 days. For older flights please see Jet Tracker.

G-BNLN Tracker

Details of all routes operated by G-BNLN in the past 30 days. For older flights please see Jet Tracker.

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G-BNLN News History

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLN Withdrawn.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN was withdrawn from service at London Heathrow this morning after arriving as BA58 from Cape Town. This reduces the British Airways Boeing 747-400 fleet to 33 aircraft. The aircraft was in 14F/52J/36W/235Y and Union Flag with Crest livery on withdrawal.

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-BNLN Returns from Cardiff Maintenance.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN, which has been under maintenance at Cardiff-Wales since 5th October, positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow late this afternoon as BA9172 and returned to service operating BA109 London Heathrow – Dubai. The aircraft has been reconfigured from 14F/70J/30W/177Y to 14F/52J/36W/235Y.

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British Airways B747-400 G-BNLN New York JFK Damage.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN operated BA115 London Heathrow – New York JFK today, however the return BA114 was cancelled due to damage to the aircraft. The nature of the damage not confirmed although we understand was due to a lightning strike.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLN Riyadh Delay.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN arrived into Riyadh last night as BA263 from London Heathrow, however due to the late running of yesterday’s BA263 there was no rested crew available in Riyadh and so the return BA262 will operate this afternoon once crew have had minimum rest.

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

Following the technical issue it encountered at Bangalore on 27th February and its subsequent three engined ferry flight back to London Heathrow, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN returned to service today operating BA193 London Heathrow – Dallas-Fort Worth.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLN Continues From Bahrain.

Following its cockpit oxygen pressure issue yesterday, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN departed Bahrain in the early hours of this morning as BA9176, continuing its three engined positioning flight Bangalore – Bahrain – London Heathrow.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLN Returns from Bangalore, Goes Tech at Bahrain.

Following the fuel leak it encountered on 26th February, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN departed Bangalore tonight routing Bangalore – Bahrain – London Heathrow as three engined ferry flight BA9176. The aircraft was scheduled to leave 48 hours ago but was delayed awaiting a CAA permit to operate the flight on three engines. The flight was terminated at Bahrain however due to low cockpit oxygen pressure.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLN London Heathrow Test Flight.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN, which has been under maintenance at London  Heathrow since 10th August, after returning from its double technical diversions at Riyadh, undertook a London Heathrow – London Heathrow test flight as BA9171 this evening, routing over Kent and overflying Manston at under 2,000 ft.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVD Riyadh Rescue Mission.

Following the second technical return of sister G-BNLN to Riyadh this morning, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVD positioned London Heathrow – Riyadh this afternoon as BA9157 and will operate yesterday’s delayed BA262 Riyadh – London Heathrow in the early hours of tomorrow as BA262Y.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLN Does Not Return from Riyadh.

Following its technical issue and return to Riyadh yesterday, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN departed Riyadh this morning operating yesterday’s BA262 Riyadh – London Heathrow as BA262Y. Problems with the flaps again became apparent and the aircraft again levelled off, dumped fuel and returned to Riyadh.

British Airways B747-400 G-BNLN BA262 Riyadh Technical Return.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN operating BA262 Riyadh – London Heathrow stopped the climb at 10,000 ft this morning due to a flaps problem, dumped fuel to the west of Riyadh and returned for a safe landing. The flight has been delayed overnight.

B747-400 G-BNLN BA11 Return to London Heathrow.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLN operating BA11 London Heathrow – Singapore (depart London 27th October) had just crossed the Kazakhstan border close to Uralsk when it turned back to London Heathrow due to low oil pressure on one engine. The aircraft was operating its first flight in service following a 10 day maintenance visit to Cardiff-Wales. The flight and today’s return BA12 were subsequently cancelled.

JFK 747-400 Swap.

Following its technical issue yesterday Boeing 747-436 G-CIVZ re-entered service from New York JFK this evening operating the scheduled BA172 to London Heathrow. This meant there was a 747-400 spare at JFK and G-BNLN, which had arrived as BA115 from London Heathrow operated back to London as BA9609.

 

 

 

 

 

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