Aviation Photo #0390275 Boeing 747-236B - British Airways

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Since the events of September 2001 British Airways have stored numerous redundant aircraft at Cardiff. Some have gone on to fly again, some have not. This is the last one - Having had all her useful parts removed over the previous weeks the remainder of the airframe was broken up for scrap in just a couple of days. :-(( Sony F717.
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    Steve Hall
    British Airways
    Boeing 747-236B
    Boeing 747-200 (C-25/E-4)
    Boeing 747-200 (C-25/E-4)
    Boeing
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    G-BDXI
    Cardiff (- Rhoose / Wales)
    Wales
    United Kingdom
    July 22, 2003
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