American Airlines, British Airways and oneworld have launched an optional Covid-19 medical-based testing trial on selected flights from the United States to London Heathrow.
British Airways will operate 52 long-haul routes alongside its short-haul network next month as the airline continues to adapt to changing restrictions around the globe as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Cotswold Airport will be the permanent home to an iconic British Airways 747 aircraft for locals and visitors to enjoy. The Boeing 747, registration G-CIVB, will be permanently retired at the airport, near Kemble in Gloucestershire.
A British Airways 747 will today depart for Dunsfold Aerodrome where it will begin its new life as a TV and film set. The aircraft which will keep its Chatham Dockyard livery will be stored in public view.
British Airways chief executive, Sean Doyle, has called on the government to introduce a pre-flight testing regime as part of an overhaul of its fight against Covid-19.
Alex Cruz, chairman and chief executive British Airways, is to step down from the roles with immediate effect. He will remain with the airline as non-executive chairman.
British Airways has announced that its final two Heathrow-based Boeing 747 will depart today. One aircraft is painted in its heritage Negus livery and the other in its current Chatham Dockyard livery.
London City Airport welcomed the return of flights to Zürich earlier. Five flights a week, operated by home-based BA CityFlyer, will go between London’s most central airport and Switzerland’s largest city.
British Airways is increasing the number of destinations it serves with a larger timetable of flights for its customers. Long haul services to Johannesburg, Cape Town and Bahrain have now begun.
The course is now being offered as an interactive webinar, to give attendees every detail on how an aircraft flies. More than 50,000 people have taken part since the course began.