From an article in the Telegraph, the following from Willie Walsh:
Mr Walsh also ruled out any interest in the foreseeable future in the Airbus A380 superjumbo. "We have no plans to introduce the A380 aircraft," he said. "Iâ€™m pleased we havenâ€™t got one ordered. Itâ€™s a big aircraft and thereâ€™s a big question mark beside it." He expressed more interest in the soon-to-be launched Boeing 747 advanced aircraft - a stretched version of the 747-400, which raises the number of seats from 416 to 450. BA currently has 57 747-400s.
Chris Avery, aviation analyst at JP Morgan, said: "Boeingâ€™s enthusiasm to have a passenger customer for the 747 Advanced might result in very significant discounts for BA."
Bring it on!