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BA/QF Common 747-400 Use

Sun Oct 28, 2001 6:46 am


In late 1997, British Airways requested for approval to the CAA for the use of Qantas 747-400s siting the whole day between tow flights at London (LHR) and Manchester (MAN).

Qantas airplanes were due to be used on rtunk routes routes like Paris (CDG) or Frankfurt (FRA).

Qantas had a similar requirement with BA aircraft to be operated on Australian domestic routes.

Would you anyone know more about that please?

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Alain Mengus

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