The Red Arrows will join forces with a specially decorated British Airways 747 at the Royal International Air Tattoo on Saturday, July 20.
The British Airways Centenary Archive Collection explores moments from the very first international flight
The Boeing 747 adorns the Negus design which was originally on the British Airways fleet from 1974-1980.
British Airways today welcomed the arrival of the third in its series of four heritage liveries
On April 26th, 1970, Lufthansa’s first Boeing 747-130 took off from Frankfurt on its first scheduled flight to New York
British Airways proudly unveils a poppy decal on a Boeing 747 fuselage, as a symbol of remembrance for the fallen.
As the summer holidays reach full swing British Airways has released data revealing exactly what, and who, is on one of the airline’s 850 flights a day
Air Partner’s Aircraft Remarketing division (formerly Cabot Aviation), a leading aircraft remarketing agent, is pleased to announce that it has arranged the sale of two B747-400 aircraft
As 300 pilots face redundancies in the coming weeks, AIPA is advising Qantas on making the process fair, reasonable and pain free as possible.
Qantas' decision to cease maintenance of its Boeing 747 aircraft in Australia is short sighted, lazy and unnecessary, according to the Australian Workers' Union.
A British Airways plane encountered technical problems and was forced to land.