British Airways 747 Captain (Image: BA)
Civil Aviation

British Airways reaches deal with Pilots

British Airways (BA/BAW) has said it has reached an agreement with the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) over the future of pilots employed by the airline. According to BALPA the deal will see 270 pilots being made redundant and pay cuts of up to 20% for the remaining flight crew. [read more]

British Airways retro liveried BOAC Boeing 747-400 G-BYGC (Image: Aviation Media Agency)
Engineering & Leasing

Ex-BA Jumbos to Rossiya is a false rumour

This story has now been verified as being false, the information appeared to initially confirm the rumours but this has now been shown to not be the case. We apologise for inaccuracies and this does happen occasionally despite us trying to verify as much as possible.

British Airways retro liveried BOAC Boeing 747-400 G-BYGC (Image: Aviation Media Agency)

British Airways confirms Boeing 747 retirement

British Airways (BA/BAW) has confirmed that is retiring the Boeing 747-400 jumbo jet with immediate effect. The airline was the world’s largest operator of the type and has operated the Boeing 747-100, -200 and -400 variants. In a communication to staff British Airways said: “With much regret, we are proposing, [read more]

A BA Cityflyer Embraer E190 taxis out at London City Airport (Aviation Media Agency)
Civil Aviation

BA Cityflyer outlines its restart at London City Airport

British Airways subsidiary BA Cityflyer (CJ/CFE) has outlined its return to flying as London City Airport reopens for commercial flights. The airline operates domestic and European flights from London City Airport (LCY/EGLC) which is its main base. BA Cityflyer normally operates on 32 routes from London City but will initially [read more]