British Airways (BA) has named Heathrow-Delhi as its first Boeing 787-9 route, from Oct. 25, and is moving ahead with plans to revamp its Boeing 747 fleet. The London-based carrier already operates eight of the smaller 787-8 variant and is due to take its first 787-9 in September. This initial aircraft will be deployed 5X-weekly between Heathrow and Delhi. “Abu Dhabi/Muscat (a double sector flight) and Kuala Lumpur will be the next destinations on British Airways’ network to ...

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