British Airways has inked a 10-year agreement with Air Lease Corp. (ALC) to lease two Boeing 777-300ERs. ALC said the two aircraft will be delivered to the airline in May and July 2014. A British Airways spokeswoman said the two new 777-300ERs will be used to replace existing Boeing 747s under the airline’s current fleet plan. British Airways’ fleet comprises more than 240 aircraft. In November, British Airways’ parent company International Airlines Group detailed ...

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