British Airways
History

Easy Come, Easy Go: The History of Go Fly

When the low-cost revolution began in the UK and Europe in the late 1990s, legacy carriers such as British Airways (BA) were slow to react.

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Airlines

easyJet to Remove Seats to Curb Staff Shortage

easyJet (U2) wants to eliminate seats from several of its aircraft this summer to conduct flights with fewer cabin crews.

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Airlines

IAG Reports Q1 Losses amid Staffing Woes

International Airlines Group (IAG) reported its shares fell 12.7% in Q1. The group made strong progress in other key categories.

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History

4/25/1935: Cambrian Airways is Established

Today in Aviation, the British airline Cambrian Airways (CS) was established by Kenneth Davies in 1935 as Cambrian Air Services.

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Airlines

British Airways Cuts Summer Flights, Looks to Spanish Staffing

British Airways (BA) has canceled hundreds of flights on major routes for the summer season, compounding the airline’s troubles.

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History

4/19/2012: IAG Completes Takeover of BMI

Today in Aviation, BMI-British Midland International Airways (BD) ownership was transferred to the International Airlines Group (IAG) in 2012.

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Airlines

British Airways to Resume Jersey-Gatwick Route

British Airways (BA) will resume once-daily summer service between Jersey Airport (JER) and London Gatwick (LGW) on June 19.

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History

4/14/1971: BOAC Places First Boeing 747 into Service

Today in Aviation, British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) placed the Boeing 747 into commercial service in 1971. 

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Airports

Hundreds of London Flights Canceled amid Staff Shortages

Hundreds of flights from London Heathrow (LHR) and Gatwick (LGW) airports have been canceled today by British Airways (BA) and easyJet (U2).

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Airlines

The History of British Airways’ Gatwick Operation

British Airways (BA) has resumed short-haul operations from London’s Gatwick Airport (LGW). We take a look at BA’s history at the airport.

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