British Airways (BA) will end Boeing 767 operations in the fourth quarter, some 28 years after it received the first US-built twin-aisle. BA has seven remaining 767-300ERs in its fleet. They are used on a small number of short-haul routes to European destinations such as Amsterdam, Athens, Rome, Frankfurt, Stockholm and Istanbul, typically in two-class, 244-seat configuration. They are also occasionally used on domestic UK services. The fate of the seven surviving aircraft, which are all ...

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