Posts Tagged ‘British Airways’
 

 

September 10th in Aviation History: 1,000th Boeing 747 rolls off the assembly line

Hijacking at LGA and an aircraft collision over Europe in 1976; Flights from Hungary to West Germany began in 1989. In 1993, the 1,000th 747 was completed.
by Phil Derner Jr.

 
 
A baby WestJet Boeing 737-600 (C-GWSB) on final approach to Toronto Pearson International Airport. (Photo by Kaz T)

WestJet Launches Codeshare With British Airways

The deal allows British Airways to sell WestJet-operated flights out of Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto to Ottawa, Edmonton and Victoria.
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British Airways Posts Slight Improvements During First Quarter, Despite Strike Action and Ash Crisis

British Airways on Friday reported an operating loss of some £72 million ($112.4 million), a slight improvement from the same period last year, despite strike action and the unprecedented volcanic ash crisis that canceled flig...
by BNO News
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British Airways Boeing 777 driving through London in a TV commercial.

Video: A Boeing 777 Taxis Through London in New British Airways Commercial

A new British Airways advert instructs Londoners to take a 777 across town to the Olympics to support their national athletes. Or something.
by NYCAviation Staff
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Former British Airways Employee Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison for Ticket Fraud Scheme

A former employee of British Airways was sentenced to three years in prison on Monday for re-selling reduced price tickets he had purchased at inflated rates.
by BNO News
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