Why have they always used the all-seeing eye as their logo?Jump to post
lhrnue wrote:Has BA started to fly out the remaining 747s from Heathrow. The taxiway cul-de-sac along the Eastern Perimeter Road seems to clear out at a rate of one 747 per day.
Five 747s outside the hangar at Heathrow yesterday. https://flic.kr/p/2jovtn9Jump to post
What about Luke Air. Are they still around?Jump to post
Eurowingsa320 wrote:Any ideas when we will see the one world bill board titles on another ba plane?, I’m pretty sure there going to be on the 77w fleet.
A side on shot. https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/viewph ... icid=10564Jump to post
A new look for the British airline.
Old: https://www.planespotters.net/photo/515 ... 00-72-212a
New: https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/viewph ... icid=10560
A few aircraft have been scrapped at QLA over the years. The most recent being a former FedEx 727.
Maintenance is their thing though.
What do they keep bringing to LHR every day?Jump to post
Former CargoLogic 747-400 LX-NCL is in Shannon for paint into 'retro' livery. Nice to hear a positive 747 story for a change!
https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=3
Five BA examples crammed in alongside the hangars at LHR.
A6-EDB was the first EK A380 to visit the UK. Doesn't seem that long ago!
Swiss A340 at LHR.
London had one of the A340-600s over the weekend. Presumably for cargo or repatriation.
Another one to add to the LHR list - Royal Flight.
Azur 767 at LHR.
Widebody or not they're all still sealed tubes with recirculated air. No amount of 'social distancing' will stop the spread of a disease.Jump to post
Delta's 831MH with metal belly and new tail.
BA apparently sent a 747 to Larnaca on Thursday to collect 54 cats and dogs. Conformation welcome!Jump to post
And EUPJ (BEA livery) is bringing the crews back to LHR.Jump to post
For the record, the last DHC-8 at LHR left at 11.25 today. Reg as call sign.Jump to post
SQ789 wrote:Which one is MID-J cabin?
An accelerated retirement sees CIVA, VR, VS, VT & VX making their last flights today. The crews come back to LHR on an A320.
https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/british ... es-21.html
Not much use to AI at the moment!Jump to post
MarcoT wrote:CarbonFibre wrote:A biological weapon would explain the continued increase in cases despite 'lockdown'. Yes?
Sadly, it seems that Coronavirus affects the brain too
Found a new video - I hope it's allowed here. Reported elsewhere the 747s at the end of the line-up will be going to Spain for storage.
The brother of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn claims the outbreak is no accident.
https://www.davidicke.com/article/56610 ... acy-theory
This list is getting longer and longer all the time: 1. Quarantine and Martial Law 2. Cashless Agenda 3. Global Financial Crash / Economic Reset? 4. Rolling out of Digital Currencies / One World Currency? 5. Cover for 5G Rollout 6. Surveillance 7. Censorship 8. Mandatory Vaccination 9. The Human Mic...Jump to post
LH NEOs starting to get the silly bandit mask now.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/xfwspotte ... /contacts/
Take off was at 09:56 UTC and descent began at 10:06 UTC. That was a quick diversion, wonder what the medical issue was that such a quick reaction was taken. It wasn't medical related. It was a planned flight to get the passengers to the US and to position the aircraft for storage. BA1 /2 are cance...Jump to post