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British Airways to retire entire 747 fleet after pandemic travel slump

Japan Today Friday, 17 July 2020
UK flag carrier British Airways is retiring its entire Boeing 747 "Jumbo Jet" fleet, it said Friday, following the huge hit to international air travel caused by the…
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News video: Declining travel due to pandemic forces British Airways to retire Boeing 747s

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British Airways is to retire its fleet of Boeing 747s with immediate effect.The airline has used the craft since July 1989 and is currently the world’s biggest operator of the 747-400 model.

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