BOAC Boeing 747-400 G-BYG0C (Image: TransportMedia UK)
Civil Aviation

Last ever BA 747 flight leaves Cardiff Airport

The last British Airways Boeing 747-400 has left Cardiff Airport for what is the final flight of the type for the airline. BOAC liveried G-BYGC departed Cardiff Airport (CWL/EGFF) at 13:37L for the short flight to St Athan where it will be preserved by eCube Solutions. The aircraft flew with [read more]

Civil Aviation

BA confirms Landor’s future has not been decided yet

British Airways (BA/BAW) has confirmed to UK Aviation News that no decision on the future of Boeing 747-400 G-BNLY has been made. The internet rumour mill has recently been awash with rumours initially saying the aircraft, which carries the iconic Landor livery, would be preserved. Most recently Speedbird TV ‘confirmed’ [read more]

Boeing 747-400 G-CIVB in the hangar (Image: Stuart Bailey/British Airways)
Civil Aviation

Final BA 747s at Heathrow: Where & How to watch

The last two British Airways Boeing 747s are due to depart from London Heathrow (LHR/EGLL) this morning in what British Airways CEO dubbed a “difficult day for everybody at British Airways“. In a rare occurrence, the final two aircraft G-CIVB and G-CIVY, will depart simultaneously from Heathrow’s parallel runways before [read more]

Airshow News

BEA Airbus A319 to fly at Jersey airshow

British Airways has announced that its baby retro jet, the BEA Airbus A319, will fly at the Jersey Airshow this September. The specially painted Airbus A319 G-EUPJ has been painted in the British European Airways (BEA) livery as part of the airlines 100 year anniversary, BA100. BEA was was one [read more]