22nd March 2017

The aircraft made their last flights by hopping over the perimeter fence from the British Airways Maintenance facility at Cardiff Airport to St. Athan just 4 miles away!

The three airframes were sold for part-out projects which were conducted during the winter of 2016, and the last of the dis-assembled hulls is now awaiting final disposal, bringing an era to an end in the British Airways long range fleet. The B767 operation has been replaced by the new B787 deliveries to the airline which has steadily been growing over the last couple of years.