British Airways ordered six Boeing 777-300ER aircraft to cover delays in the delivery
of Airbus A380 and Boeing 787s and to enable capacity expansion. Two of these were
directly owned and four leased from GECAS. Further orders for six more aircraft were
Aircraft are delivered from Boeing direct to BA’s Cardiff-Wales maintenance facility
and after being prepared for service are delivered on to London Heathrow.
The aircraft share a common type rating with the Boeing 777-200ER therefore as well
as working their scheduled routes they can be used to substitute for the smaller
model on routes across the Heathrow B777 network..
British Airways Boeing 777-300ER Fleet List
By the start of the Summer 2012 timetable the initial batch of six aircraft were
The type took over the London Heathrow - Singapore - Sydney route from 31st March
2013 after the end of the BA/QANTAS Joint Services Agreement.
Current BA Boeing 777-300ER Routes.
(Routes flown in the last 30 days including positioning, test and training flights)