British Airways B787-8 G-ZBJF Overnight Baltimore-Washington Delay.

British Airways Boeing 787-8 G-ZBJF operated BA229 London Heathrow – Baltimore-Washington this afternoon, however due to the 24 hour delay to yesterday’s BA229 there is no rested crew available at Baltimore-Washington to operate the return BA228. This service has therefore been cancelled and the aircraft will overnight at Baltimore-Washington.

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 B767-300ER G-BNWH Overnight Baltimore-Washington Delay.

British Airways Boeing 767-336ER G-BNWH operated BA229 London Heathrow – Baltimore-Washington today, however due to the diversion to Philadelphia and overnight delay of yesterday’s service, there is no crew available at Baltimore-Washington to operate the return BA228. This flight has therefore been delayed overnight.

British Airways B767-300ER G-BNWY Continues from Philadelphia.

Following its diversion yesterday, British Airways Boeing 767-336ER G-BNWY continued yesterday’s diverted BA229 London Heathrow – Baltimore-Washington this afternoon, operating Philadelphia – Baltimore-Washington as BA9604. The aircraft then operated yesterday’s delayed BA228 Baltimore-Washington – London Heathrow as BA9603.

British Airways B767-300ER G-BNWN Returns From Maintenance, Goes Tech.

British Airways Boeing 767-336ER G-BNWN, which has been under maintenance at London Heathrow since 9th September, returned to service today operating BA229 London Heathrow – Baltimore-Washington, however the return BA228 was cancelled due to a technical issue with the aircraft.