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British Airways plane returns to London due to fire in the cabin

The incident happened yesterday, there were no injuries. A British Airways aircraft operating the BA-39 flight between London Heathrow International Airport (LHR) and the Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) had to return to the capital of the United Kingdom due to fire in the cabin. The aircraft, a Boeing 787-900 and registration G-ZBKN was circulating on the FL370 route about 35 nautical miles (65 kilometers) south of Copenhagen, Denmark, when the pilots took the decision to return to London due to an electrical fire originated in the cabin that has been extinguished. The incident caused no injuries…

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British Airways flight evacuated in Paris by security incident

A flight from Paris to London was retained and evacuated at Charles de Gaulle by a false alarm. The British Airways Flight BA0303 was departing from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in France, when by a false alert the airplane was held at the airport. During three hours police and firefighters checked the aircraft and each of the 130 passengers. With the help of dogs also baggage was examined. “There was an incident that made authorities to maintain the aircraft on the ground and disembark passengers minutes before take-off, to make more checks,” said a…

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British Airways flight from London to Las Vegas delayed for two days

Two flights were cancelled on Sunday and Monday due to a technical fault and a luggage confusion. British Airways Flight 0275 from London-Heathrow International Airport to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport was cancelled on Sunday due a technical fault. The passengers, many holidaymakers, were housed in hotels to continue the journey the next day. On Monday the passengers took a new flight to Las Vegas, and a few moments after take-off, the flight returned and was cancelled due to a confusion of luggage. The fury of the passengers was growing and…

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IAG earned 567 million euros in the first half of the year

International Airlines Group reported revenues in the first half of the year. The IAG group showed an increase of benefits of 2.3% in the first half of 2017, while revenues were 10.888 million euros, 0.9% more compared to the same period in 2016. Those 10.888 million, 9.575 million were revenue from tickets, 516 million for loads and 797 million for “other income”, such as maintenance and handling to third parties. In addition, the Group recorded an increase in the number of passengers carried, 48.806.000 (46.676.000 in the same period in…

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