Posts Tagged ‘Airbus A318’

One of the two British Airways A318s at the gate in Shannon, Ireland.

Flying Back to the Future Aboard the British Airways Airbus A318

Posted October 10, 2013 by Jason Rabinowitz

Once the Concorde was retired in 2003, British Airways began looking for a new way of quickly getting premium passengers across the pond. The solution came in the form of an odd combination of resources.

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The last Frontier A318, taking off from Phoenix . Credit: Jeremy D. Dando
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Final Airbus A318 Operated By A North American Airline Retired

Posted August 21, 2013 by Jason Rabinowitz

The Airbus A318 can be thought of as the black sheep of the Airbus family. With a grand total of only 79 airframes built, the A318 program was simply not meant to be. Earlier this month, the final A318 based in North America, belonging to Frontier Airlines, has been retired at the young age of […]

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The British Airways baby bus G-EUNA on final approach to New York's JFK Airport. (Photo by Kaz T)
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In Possible Financing Move, British Airways Launches New Subsidiary to Operate Existing A318 Transatlantic Flights

Posted June 14, 2012 by Matt of MCPCShowcaseHD

Under a wet lease agreement with British Airways, the new company will operate BA’s existing premium transatlantic Airbus A318 service between London City Airport and New York JFK.

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New British Airways London City (LCY) – New York (JFK) Club World Service Begins September 29th

Posted August 20, 2009 by Matt Molnar

British Airways will inaugurate their much anticipated—and somewhat controversial—”Business Plus” service between London City Airport and JFK Airport in New York on September 29th.

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