British Airways’ last Airbus A318 makes ultimate flight to Twente, The Netherlands, for dismantling

British Airways A318 at London City airport

British Airways used to have two Airbus A318 aircraft, with an exclusive all-business lie-flat seat cabin, to operate the route London City-Shannon-New York JFK. And the return flight was non-stop from JFK to London City.

With the reduction in the number of flights, a first A318 (G-EUNB) was sold to Titan Airways, which still uses it, although no longer in an all-business-class outlay.

On 17 February, the second A318 “babybus” registered G-EUNA made its last flight (BA9279) from Madrid to The Netherlands, to Twente Airport in Enschede to be precise, to be dismantled and recycled at AELS.

A sad end for a glorious aircraft which was barely 11 year-old!



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