British Airways B777-200ER G-VIIY Continues from New York JFK.

Following its diversion yesterday, British Airways Boeing 777-236ER G-VIIY departed New York JFK early this evening continuing yesterday’s diverted BA2233 London Gatwick – Bermuda, routing New York JFK – Bermuda as BA9601. The aircraft then positioned Bermuda – London Gatwick as BA9152.

British Airways B747-400 G-CIVM Returns from Phoenix.

Following its technical return to Phoenix on 6th December, British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-CIVM positioned Phoenix – Bermuda – Cardiff Wales for maintenance this afternoon as BA9174. The routing indicates that this was a three engine ferry flight.

British Airways B777-200ER G-VIIX Operates Non-Etops Bermuda Rotation.

British Airways Boeing 777-236ER G-VIIX operated the BA2233/BA2232 London Gatwick – Bermuda rotation via a non-Etops routing today to a leak on one engine’s air conditioning pack requiring it to be locked out. The aircraft is good to fly but not-Etops rated in that condition. Both flights took just over eight hours instead of the usual six and a half hours.

B777-200ER G-VIIW BA2158 Bermuda Diversion.

British Airways Boeing 777-236ER G-VIIW operating BA2158 Port of Spain – St Lucia – London Gatwick (depart Port of Spain 22nd November) diverted to Bermuda this morning on the St Lucia – London Gatwick leg due to a medical emergency on board.

B777-200ER G-VIIT BA2262 Bermuda Diversion.

British Airways Boeing 777-236ER G-VIIT operating BA2262 Kingston – London Gatwick (depart Kingston 30th October) diverted via Bermuda this morning. The diversion appears to have been medical.