British Airways. National carrier of UK. Reviews, seat maps and photos of the aircrafts.

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About aircompany

British Airways is not only the national carrier of Great-Britain but it is one of the largest airline companies of Europe. Its home port and main hub is London Heathrow.

British Airways is one of the founders of aviation alliance Oneworld.

In 2010 the airline company joined the greatest Spanish air carrier Iberia and formed aero-holding company International Airlines Group.

The route network of British Airways amounts to 75 cities and more than 230 flights.

Reviews about “British Airways”

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Company ratings and achievements

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"British Airways" takes 19 place in "AIRLINE SAFETY RATING 2017" by JACDEC.
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British Airways planes

As of October 3, 2017 "British Airways" operates a mainline fleet of 268 airplanes, 4 more are ordered. The average age of planes is 13.3 years.

The oldest aircraft is Boeing 767-300, with reg.number G-BNWA. It is 28.4 years old. The newest one is Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, with reg.number G-ZBJI. It is - 0.1 years old

BA’s fleet. Photos and planes seat maps

Airbus A318-100 – 1 aircraft
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  • The newest one – G-EUNA - 8.1 year
  • The oldest aircraft – G-EUNA - 8.1 year

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Airbus A318-100 +

Airbus A319-100 – 44 aircrafts
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  • The newest one – G-DBCK - 10.6 years
  • The oldest aircraft – G-EUPA - 18.1 year

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Airbus A319-100 +

Airbus A320-200 – 67 aircrafts
Airbus A320-200 British Airways
  • The newest one – G-EUYY - 3.0 years
  • The oldest aircraft – G-EUYY - 3.0 years

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Airbus A320-200 +

Airbus A321-200 – 18 aircrafts
Airbus A321-200 British Airways
  • The newest one – G-MEDU - 8.3 years
  • The oldest aircraft – G-MEDF - 15.7 years

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Airbus A321-200 +

Airbus A380-800 – 12 planes
Airbus A380-800 British Airways
  • The newest one – G-XLEL - 1.6 years
  • The oldest aircraft – G-XLEA - 5.1 year

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Airbus A380-800 +

Boeing 747-400 – 36 aircrafts
Boeing 747-400 British Airways
  • The newest one – G-BYGG - 18.5 years
  • The oldest aircraft – G-BNLK - 27.4 years

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Boeing 747-400 +

Boeing 767-300 – 7 aircrafts
Boeing 767-300 British Airways
  • The newest one – G-BZHC - 19.3 years
  • The oldest aircraft – G-BNWA - 28.4 years

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Boeing 767-300 +

Boeing 777-200 – 46 aircrafts
Boeing 777-200 British Airways
  • The newest one – G-YMMT - 8.3 years
  • The oldest aircraft – G-ZZZA - 22.7 years

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Boeing 777-200 +

Boeing 777-300 – 12 planes
Boeing 777-300 British Airways
  • The newest one – G-STBL - 3.3 years
  • The oldest aircraft – G-STBA - 7.3 years

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Boeing 777-300 +

Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner – 11 planes
Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner British Airways
  • The newest one – N/A
  • The oldest aircraft – G-ZBJA - 4.5 years

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Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner +

Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner – 18 aircrafts
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  • The newest one – N/A
  • The oldest aircraft – G-ZBKA - 2.1 year

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Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner +

Decommissioned

Boeing 737-400 –
Boeing 737-400 British Airways
  • The newest one –
  • The oldest aircraft –

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Official website – www.britishairways.com