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British Airways retires entire 747 fleet early

WorldNews Friday, 17 July 2020
British Airways retires entire 747 fleet earlyBritish Airways (BA) PLC, the world’s largest operator of Boeing Co 747s, is to retire its entire jumbo jet fleet with immediate effect after the COVID-19 pandemic sent air travel into freefall. For more than 50 years, Boeing’s “Queen of the Skies” has been the world’s most easily recognized jetliner with its humped fuselage and...
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British Airways, the world's largest operator of Boeing 747s, will retire its entire jumbo jet fleet with immediate effect after the novel coronavirus pandemic sent air travel into freefall. Francis Maguire reports.

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