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BA’s last two Boeing 747s make final flights from Heathrow

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BA’s last two Boeing 747s make final flights from Heathrow

BA’s last two Boeing 747s make final flights from Heathrow

British Airways’ last two Heathrow-based Boeing 747 planes have embarked on their final flights, with one landing at St Athan Airfield in Wales, and the other at Kemble Airfield in the Cotswolds.

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