More than three decades of Boeing 737 service at British Airways (BA) is due to come to an end in the next few weeks as the carrier retires its last examples of the twinjet. BA has just three 737 Classics remaining in service, the last survivors of what was, at its height, a 39-strong fleet serving domestic and European destinations. The UK carrier took delivery from Boeing of its first 737-200 in 1980 to start replacing the Hawker Siddeley Trident and has also operated the -300 and -500 ...

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