Boeing 787 British Airways fly to Austin, Texas


British Airways Announces B787 Service from Austin to London

Boeing 787 British Airways, will launch to serve London Heathrow - Austin Bergstrom International Airport, Texas route do start from early March 2014, operating five days a week, increasing to daily flights later in the year. Seats and vacation packages are available for purchase at ba.com beginning today.

This route will be the first regular trans-Atlantic flight for the city of Austin.

The new service will have three cabins, Club World (business), World Traveller Plus (premium economy) and World Traveller (economy). The cabins feature stylish new interiors with state-of-the-art entertainment systems. British Airways provides meals, snacks and beverages, including full service bar for free. Customers can also benefit from a generous baggage allowance.

This marks British Airways’ third destination in Texas, with the airline also serving Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth. Business and leisure travelers will fly into the modern Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport with fast connections to the city or easy transfer to onward destinations in Europe, Asia and Africa.

Scheduled for Boeing 787 British Airways as follows:
Service Flight Number Departs Arrives
London Heathrow - Austin Texas BA191 11:55 16:00
Austin Texas - London Heathrow BA190 18:55 10:00+1
All times are local. “+1″ stands for next-day arrival.

British Airways start from March 03, 2014 is introducing London Heathrow – Austin service, initially offering 5 weekly service on board Boeing 787 aircraft. This flight will increase to daily starting May 05, 2014.

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A380 British Airways fly to Frankfurt


Airbus A380 British Airways will launch to serve London Heathrow - Frankfurt, Germany route do start from August 04, 2013, operating 1 round-trip service. BA will be conducting a serious of A380 training flights on existing short-haul routes in August and September 2013. Last-minute aircraft change to A380, and vice versa, is highly possible.

Scheduled for Airbus A380 British Airways as follows:
Service Flight Number Departs Arrives
London Heathrow - Frankfurt BA902 06:45 09:30
Frankfurt - London Heathrow BA903 11:10 11:50
All times are local. “+1″ stands for next-day arrival.

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British Airways to Launch A380 Service to Johannesburg



Airbus A380 British Airways will launch to serve London Heathrow - Johannesburg, South Africa route do start from February 12, 2014, replacing Boeing 747-400. The oneWorld member operates 17 weekly service on this route, just 3 time a week will serve by Airbus A380, the rest will be served by Boeing 747-400.

Scheduled for Airbus A380 British Airways as follows:
Service Flight Number Departs Arrives Day
London Heathrow - Johannesburg BA055 18:00 06:55+1 Wed,Fri,Sun
Johannesburg - London Heathrow BA056 20:15 05:10+1 Mon,Thu,Sat
All times are local. “+1″ stands for next-day arrival.


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New Airbus A380 British Airways arrives at Heathrow today


First New Super Jambo Jet Airbus A380 for British Airways Today

London - British Airways has issued this statement about the delivery of its first Airbus A380.

First New Airbus A380 British Airways arrives at Heathrow, UK today. British Airways is the first airline from UK which will operate the double-decker Airbus A380 largest commercial jet in the world’s.

On last week Boeing 787 Dreamliner British Airways already landed at Heathrow, so British Airways is also the first airline in Europe who have the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner on their fleet.

New Airbus A380 British Airways will serve first long-haul flight to Los Angeles on September 24, 2013, prices starting from £621 return, and the first to Hong Kong on October 22, prices from £688 return.

British Airways 787 Dreamliner to Fly to Toronto and Newark



British Airways will fly a Boeing 787 Dreamliner on September 1, on regular basis flight, for cutting the costs by introducing fuel-efficient aircraft.

Boeing 787 Dreamliner will be introduced on flights from London Heathrow to Toronto which is currently operated by Boeing 767 and Boeing 747. Meanwhile, flights to Newark Liberty which is currently operated by Boeing 767 and Boeing 777 also will replaced with Boeing 787 a month later.

"Boeing 787 Dreamliner will be the main fleet of British Airways," Willie Walsh said, Chief Executive Officer of International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG), the parent company of British Airways.

British Airways planned to receive eight Boeing 787-8 and 16 Boeing 787-9 larger until 2017, followed by the arrival of 12 Boeing 787-10 which became the biggest variant in 2018.

New Boeing 787-8 for British Airways


Boeing delivers the first 787-8 to British Airways

Today at June, 27 2013 Boeing and British Airways announced the delivery of the UK carrier’s first Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

The British Airways Boeing 787-8 departed Paine Field in Everett, Washington, on Wednesday, June 26, arriving at London’s Heathrow Airport today at 12:10 pm local time. The airplane was welcomed to its Heathrow home by Willie Walsh, chief executive officer ofInternational Airlines Group (IAG), the company that owns British Airways.

British Airways has announced that the airline will operate the 787 from Heathrow to Toronto from September 1 and Heathrow to Newark from October 1.

British Airways has ordered 24 787s, which will arrive over the next four years. The airline has also ordered 12 A380s and six additional Boeing 777-300 ERs. Over the next 12 months, it will take delivery of a new aircraft at the rate of one a fortnight.