In response to speculation that British Airways will be a launch customer for the 747ADV, CEO Rod Eddington told ATWOnline yesterday that "the most pressing aircraft acquisition project for BA is the 767 replacement." According to Eddington, BA currently is looking at both the A350 and 787. It was one of the airlines heavily involved in the evolution of the 7E7/787 from the Sonic Cruiser program, with Eddington arguing that efficiency was far better than speed. BA's interest in the 787/A350 ...

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