British Airways parks most of its Boeing 747-400s

"City of Swansea", arrival from Dublin paint shop in 1984 Landor livery on March 9, 2019

British Airways has ferried the pictured Boeing 747-436 G-BNLY to Bournemouth (BOH) for storage. The Jumbo has been taken out of service. The airliner was painted in the 1984 Landor livery to help celebrate 100 Years of flying.

Five Boeing 747-400s are being moved to BOH today and 5 to Teruel Airpot (TEV), Spain tomorrow.
The aircraft are being moved from Heathrow Airport due to the reduced schedule and aircraft parking constraints.
British Airways is storing its Boeing 747-400s at Bournemouth, Cardiff and Teruel.
There appears to be three active BA 747-400s as of April 4, 2020 (G-BYGC, G-BYGG and G-CIVY).

British Airways now has over 30 aircraft parked at Bournemouth.

Copyright Photo: British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BNLY (msn 27090) LHR (SPA). Image: 945933.

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