British Airways (BA) has retired its last Boeing 767-300, 28 years after the type entered service. At one point, BA had a 28-strong fleet of the Boeing twin-aisle design on strength. The aircraft completed 425,000 flights with the UK flag carrier. The aircraft was sufficiently versatile to be used on both long-haul routes to destinations such as New York, Calgary and Abu Dhabi, and dense, short-haul services such as Edinburgh and Frankfurt. The final commercial service in BA colors was ...

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