The last flight of the British Airways Boeing 767 flight took place this week. Eleven of these planes flew with British Airways for 28 years, operating across its short-haul network as well as further afield to destinations in North America, the Caribbean, and Africa, and the Middle East.
The last commercial flight of this old lady was from Larnaca back to London. The two remaining British Airways 767 planes will be flown to the BA maintenance facility in Wales, where they will most likely be decommissioned.
To be honest, these planes needed to be put out of their misery. The positive feature of the cabin on the BA Boeing 767 was the space. In terms of both legroom and the generous aisle, the space beats the newer, more densified BA cabins.
The downside was that the plane felt dated, old, and in my opinion, dirty. I am thrilled. Taking this rickety old plane out of service means that I will never have to fly on her again!
So what was a flight on her like? Please have a read of my economy and business class reviews from my flight back from Nice last year and see what you think.
In this trip report, I review British Airways B767 in Business Class, Nice to London Heathrow. Usually, when we fly between Nice and London, be it on the Gatwick or the Heathrow route, we fly in British Airways Business Class… Read More.
In this trip report, I review British Airways B767 in Economy, Nice to London Heathrow. Usually, when we fly between Nice and London, be it on the Gatwick or the Heathrow route, we fly in British Airways Business Class on… Read More.
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