British Airways launched a review of its long-haul options primarily for the replacement of its 767 fleet and supplemental aircraft for its 777 fleet. It also is considering the 747ADV but wants to see the A380 in airline service before deciding. CEO Rod Eddington, who will retire on Sept. 30, earlier told ATWOnline that he studied the 777-300ER as an ideal 747-400 replacement. Responding to questions from the Financial Times at BA's annual shareholders meeting, Chairman Martin Broughton ...

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