April 13, 2024
 

British Airways retired two more aircraft from its Boeing 747 fleet.
While the continuation of the pandemic causes the airline companies to shrink in their fleets, high-cost wide-body aircraft are at the forefront during retirement.
Boeing 747 and Airbus 380 type aircrafts had already begun to be removed from the fleets of giant airlines due to cost.
 
British Airways retired the tenth G-CIVK tail registered aircraft and the eleventh Boeing 747-400 aircraft with the G-BYGE tail registered in this context.

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