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BA209 Which Ac Type?

Sun May 29, 2011 6:43 pm

Hi there,
I'm leaving LHR for MIA on 4th of June and would like to know what configuration the aircraft will have? Low or high J? 52 or 70? Would like to pick some nice seats and check with Seat Guru what would be the best for me, so I'd like to know.

Can anyone tell me that?

Ah and does anyone know the reg of the 744 that is going to be used on that day for flight 209?

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RE: BA209 Which Ac Type?

Sun May 29, 2011 7:38 pm

Low density 52J seating is usually used on the Miami route - sometimes if an a/c goes tech then it can be replaced by a 70J config.
Don't know the reg - however, on the 4th of April and 4th May G-CIVC (delivered 1994) was used on 209
733/4/5/6/7/8/9, 319/20/21, 752, 744, 772/W, 332/3, 343/6, E70/90, AT43, AR85/1, D38, D10, M82
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RE: BA209 Which Ac Type?

Mon May 30, 2011 12:46 pm

Thank you very much  
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