|Quoting BALandorLivery (Thread starter):|
It has been there for a couple of weeks and I think it's G-BNWI although I can't be too sure.
|Quoting by738 (Reply 5):|
no config change, just refurb
|Quoting steve6666 (Reply 2):|
This raises a somewhat interesting in question in that BNWD is over 22 years old and is the second oldest long haul B767 (by one day from BNWC)
|Quoting VV701 (Reply 7):|
The ages of BA's 763s do not correlate as one might expect with the important factors, hours flown and rotations completed. For example in the current cabin refurbishment programme only seven of the long haul aircraft will be upgraded. They include two aircraft, G-BNWC and 'WD, both of which first flew in January 1990. Another aircraft to be refurbished will be 'WV that first flew more than three years later in April 1993. But 'WU that first flew in March 1993 will not be refurbished.
|Quoting steve6666 (Reply 8):|
Where has BNWD been if BNWX is the one being refurbed at LGW?
|Quoting VV701 (Reply 9):|
Neither has it been reported to have visited CWL (where all major BA 763 maintenance is now carried out) by the South Wales Aviation Group .
|Quoting Tristarsteve (Reply 10):|
There have been two B767 at LHR maint for a lot of time this year.