British Airways is preparing for its first Boeing 787 commercial long-haul flight Sept. 1, between London Heathrow and Toronto. The flight is due to land at Toronto at 14:55 local time on Sunday afternoon, kicking off  the carrier’s 787 long-haul program. Throughout September, British Airways’ 787s will exclusively operate London-Toronto, to be joined by New York-London from Oct. 1.  Since BA’s first 787 arrived on June 27, the type has been used for ...

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