British Airways to revamp long-haul fleet

07/21/2005 | Financial Times (tiered subscription model) · Reuters

British Airways is reviewing its long-haul fleet strategy and will start ordering new jets within the next three years. The airline currently buys its long-haul jets from Boeing, but will also consider Airbus planes. It is the biggest operator of the 747-400. Executives will present the review, which will examine new generations of jetliners, to the airline's board within nine months.

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