Sunset for the last British Airways Boeing 737 revenue flight

British Airways 737-400 G-DOCX (97-Union flag)(sunset for last flight)(MF)(LR)

British Airways (London) as planned, operated the last Boeing 737 revenue flight on September 30 between Turin and London (Gatwick) with Boeing 737-436 G-DOCX (msn 25858).

Copyright Photo: Marco Finelli. G-DOCX sits on the gate at London (Gatwick) after it operated the last Boeing 737 revenue flight from Turin as flight BA 2579.

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One thought on “Sunset for the last British Airways Boeing 737 revenue flight

  1. Jon Champs

    To be fair the 734’s were seriously dilapidated and shouldn’t have been allowed to go on this long. BA did itself no favours keeping them. The interiors were disgusting by the end, I flew in them twice this year and regardless of my enthusiasm they were beyond unacceptable.

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