Over the next few years, British Airways (BA) will turn its attention to the renewal of its Boeing 777-200 fleet, which totals 46 aircraft of varying ages. On the first day of the Paris Air Show, BA CFO Steve Gunning and Boeing Commercial Aircraft president & CEO Kevin McAllister held a “deferred ceremonial signing” for the 18 777-9s and that BA parent International Airlines Group (IAG) ordered earlier this year, along with 24 options. Responding from a question from ATW ...

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