British Airways put on hold plans to add a fifth 757 to the fleet of its OpenSkies subsidiary next year, according to an internal BA memo cited by The Daily Telegraph. OpenSkies' "revenues are below target through a combination of lower volumes and yields, and as a priority we must take actions to ensure we keep within our cash reserves," the memo said.
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