British Airways Boeing 747-400 G-BYGG

 

 

British Airways Boeing 747-400 G-BYGG

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G-BYGG Maintenance Record

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

G-BYGG Tracker

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

G-BYGG Tracker

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

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G-BYGG Seat Map

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G-BYGG News History

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-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-BYGG Returns from Cardiff Maintenance.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG, which has been under maintenance at Cardiff-Wales since 4th April, positioned Cardiff-Wales – London Heathrow late 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 twelfth of eighteen aircraft to be reconfigured.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGG Operates BA217 Washington Rotation.

Following the A380 ramp incident at Miami yesterday, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG operated BA217London Heathrow – Washington today in place of the usual A380. As there is no rested 747 flight crew at Washington the return BA216 will be delayed overnight and will operate as a daytime service tomorrow after the outbound crew have had minimum rest.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGG BA246 Glasgow Diversion.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG operating BA246 Sao Paulo – London Heathrow (depart Sao Paulo 31st October) diverted to Glasgow this morning due to fog at London Heathrow. Crew timed out before the aircraft could continue to the flight was terminated.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGG Operates Delayed Kuwait Service.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG operated yesterday’s delayed BA157 London Heathrow – Kuwait early this evening as BA157X, and will return tomorrow operating this morning’s delayed BA156 Kuwait – London Heathrow as BA156Y after crew have had minimum rest.

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

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG, which has been out of service at London Heathrow since returning from maintenance at Cardiff-Wales on 11th September, returned to service this morning operating BA175 London Heathrow – New York JFK.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGG Lisbon Rescue Mission.

Following the diversion of last night’s BA247 London Heathrow – Sao Paulo to Lisbon, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG positioned London Heathrow – Lisbon as BA9159 this afternoon in order to continue the diverted flight to Sao Paulo as BA9609.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGG Operates Delayed Miami Service.

Following the technical return of BA209 London Heathrow – Miami to London Heathrow yesterday, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG operated yesterday’s delayed BA209 London Heathrow – Miami late this morning as BA9609. Due to lack of crew at Miami the aircraft will overnight.

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

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG arrived into Kuwait this morning as BA157 from London Heathrow (depart London Heathrow 27th November), however the return BA156 has been delayed overnight due to a failed air conditioning pack.

British Airways B747-400 G-BYGG Operates Delayed BA38.

British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG arrived into Beijing this morning as BA39 from London Heathrow (depart London 28th August) and turned around immediately to operate yesterday’s delayed BA38 Beijing – London Heathrow as BA38X. This is the flight that would have been operated by sister G-CIVI but which was delayed by that aircraft’s diversion to Irkutsk. As a result today’s BA38 Beijing – London Heathrow has been delayed overnight.

G-BYGG Returns from Hong Kong.

Following its return to Hong Kong whilst operating the BA26 Hong Kong – London Heathrow of 18th July, Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG operated Hong Kong – London Heathrow late this evening as BA26X.

G-BYGG BA26 Hong Kong Technical Return.

Boeing 747-436 G-BYGG operating BA26 Hong Kong – London Heathrow dumped fuel and returned to Hong Kong around two hours after take off tonight due to an issue with the landing gear. The flight was subsequently cancelled.

 

 

 

 

 

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