British Airways Boeing 747-400 G-BYGA

 

 

British Airways Boeing 747-400 G-BYGA

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British Airways Boeing 747-400 Fleet

G-BYGA Maintenance Record

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

G-BYGA Tracker

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

G-BYGA Tracker

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

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G-BYGA Seat Map

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G-BYGA News History

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-BYGA Overnight Miami Delay.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGA operated BA209 London Heathrow – Miami today in place of the scheduled A380. However the return BA208 has been delayed overnight due to there being no rested B747-400 crew available at Miami.

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

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGA, which has been under maintenance at Cardiff-Wales since 5th February, positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow this afternoon as BA9172. The aircraft has been reconfigured from 14F/70J/30W/185Y to 14F/86J/30W/145Y with Panasonic IFE. It is the eighth of eighteen aircraft to be reconfigured.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGA Operates BA55.

Following the earlier chocks in an engine A380 incident at the Heathrow maintenance base, no A380 was available to operate BA55 London Heathrow – Johannesburg this evening. The flight was instead operated by Boeing 747-436 G-BYGA.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGA BA246 Rejected Take Off.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGA operating BA246 Sao Paulo – London Heathrow rejected take off at high speed this evening due to a hydraulic leak indication. Passengers were returned to the terminal however the aircraft was able to operate the flight with a delay of around 4 hours.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGA New York JFK Technical Issue.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGA overnighted at New York JFK after arriving as BA183 from London Heathrow yesterday evening, however its scheduled return to London Heathrow as BA178 this morning has been delayed overnight due to a technical issue with the aircraft.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVI BA283 London Heathrow Technical Return.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVI operating BA283 London Heathrow – Los Angele stopped the climb at 8,000 ft close to Luton, turned south to troubleshoot in the Bovingdon stack then positioned off the Essex coast to dump fuel before returning for a safe landing. The flight was operated later by sister G-BYGA.

B747-400 G-BNLR BA289 Technical Issue.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLR was rostered to operate the BA289/BA288 London Heathrow – Phoenix rotation this afternoon however a technical issue meant the aircraft did not depart Heathrow. The flight was operated with a delay of around nine hours by sister G-BYGA.

 

 

 

 

 

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