G-NEOR Movements

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Old Dec 9, 18, 7:30 am
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G-NEOR Movements

Hi All,

I have a few spare days from work over the next week and wouldn’t mind checking out BA’s new A321NEO.

Does anyone have any access to BA’s schedule for G-NEOR for the next 7 days that they can share please.

Thanks in advance,

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Old Dec 9, 18, 8:52 am
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I think it's mainly been doing ABZ
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Old Dec 9, 18, 9:03 am
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Can't help with future schedule but it looks like it is going all over the UK and Europe...


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Old Dec 9, 18, 9:09 am
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Thanks - I’d seen it’s been all over the place in the last 7-10 days. l can’t see any pattern on any of the recent movements - Hopefully someone has some inside track they can share.
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Subject to change of course:

Monday 10/12
BA1432/BA1439 (LHR-EDI-LHR)
BA1440/BA1449 (LHR-EDI-LHR)
BA920/BA919 (LHR-STR-LHR)

Tuesday 11/12
BA1442/BA1445 (LHR-EDI-LHR)
BA1446/BA1447 (LHR-EDI-LHR)

Wednesday 12/12
BA846/BA847 (LHR-WAW-LHR)
BA462/BA463 (LHR-MAD-LHR)

Thursday 13/12
BA1434/BA1441 (LHR-EDI-LHR)
BA1484/BA1489 (LHR-GLA-LHR)
BA1492/BA1497 (LHR-GLA-LHR)

Friday 14/12
BA1434/BA1441 (LHR-EDI-LHR)
BA1484/BA1489 (LHR-GLA-LHR)
BA1398/BA1405 (LHR-MAN-LHR)

Saturday 15/12
BA846/BA847 (LHR-WAW-LHR)
BA1488/BA1495 (LHR-GLA-LHR)

Sunday 16/12
BA1474/BA1479 (LHR-GLA-LHR)
BA1372/BA1375 (LHR-MAN-LHR)
BA782/BA783 (LHR-ARN-LHR)
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Thanks Reanimation - Much appreciated.

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Old Dec 10, 18, 11:39 pm
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G–NEOR planned schedule for the remainder of December:

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BA548 LHR0715 FCO0945
BA549 FCO1040 LHR1330
BA1486 LHR1445 GLA1620
BA1493 GLA1740 LHR1905

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BA814 LHR0855 CPH1050
BA815 CPH1150 LHR1400
BA462 LHR1535 MAD1805
BA463 MAD1855 LHR2110

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BA790 LHR0735 GOT0935
BA791 GOT1035 LHR1250
BA792 LHR1430 GOT1635
BA793 GOT1730 LHR1945

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BA548 LHR0715 FCO0945
BA549 FCO1040 LHR1330
BA792 LHR1430 GOT1635
BA793 GOT1730 LHR1945

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BA456 LHR0630 MAD0855
BA457 MAD1005 LHR1230
BA780 LHR1315 ARN1550
BA781 ARN1700 LHR1945

22
BA306 LHR0835 CDG0950
BA309 CDG1045 LHR1210
BA780 LHR1315 ARN1550
BA781 ARN1700 LHR1945

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BA846 LHR0825 WAW1050
BA847 WAW1145 LHR1430
BA920 LHR1610 STR1750
BA919 STR1840 LHR2025

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BA902 LHR0710 FRA0845
BA903 FRA0955 LHR1130
BA560 LHR1245 FCO1520
BA559 FCO1615 LHR1900

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ON GRD LHR

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BA554 LHR0920 FCO1200
BA555 FCO1310 LHR1555
BA1488 LHR1655 GLA1820
BA1495 GLA1915 LHR2035

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BA1474 LHR0740 GLA0910
BA1479 GLA1000 LHR1120
BA1488 LHR1705 GLA1830
BA1495 GLA1915 LHR2035

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BA456 LHR0630 MAD0855
BA457 MAD1005 LHR1230
BA780 LHR1315 ARN1550
BA781 ARN1700 LHR1945

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BA1482 LHR1030 GLA1200
BA1487 GLA1245 LHR1420

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BA814 LHR0855 CPH1050
BA815 CPH1150 LHR1400
BA792 LHR1505 GOT1710
BA793 GOT1800 LHR2015

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BA846 LHR0825 WAW1050
BA847 WAW1145 LHR1430
BA462 LHR1535 MAD1805
BA463 MAD1855 LHR2110

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Old Dec 11, 18, 8:16 am
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Hi.

i am on ba1446 to Edi now pushing back a321 neo wih green safety card

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I was on 1454 last *Sunday*, and was surprised to see that it was operated by the A321neo G-NEOR. Row 15 and behind looks horrible, and similar sentiments about the seats are shared by the crew.

Lovely crew though. They were clearly excited that it was a new plane, but disliked the fact that "there are more seats and the same amount of crew".

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Originally Posted by clubeurope View Post
I was on 1454 last Sat, and was surprised to see that it was operated by the A321neo G-NEOR. Row 15 and behind looks horrible, and similar sentiments about the seats are shared by the crew.

Lovely crew though. They were clearly excited that it was a new plane, but disliked the fact that "there are more seats and the same amount of crew".
Some photos of NEOR at EDI on Saturday morning as I walked off my LCY flight:



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Old Dec 11, 18, 10:25 am
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Originally Posted by msm2000uk View Post




Some photos of NEOR at EDI on Saturday morning as I walked off my LCY flight:
Is that definitely an A321? The doors look more like an A320.
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Old Dec 11, 18, 10:29 am
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Originally Posted by DYKWIA View Post
Is that definitely an A321? The doors look more like an A320.
Yup. The 321neo has a small overwing exit at what would be the doors 2 position on the 321ceo.
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Old Dec 11, 18, 10:31 am
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Hi.

on the 321 neo there is no door 2 ahead of the wing but an overwing exit

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Old Dec 11, 18, 10:34 am
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Originally Posted by Beaulieu View Post
Yup. The 321neo has a small overwing exit at what would be the doors 2 position on the 321ceo.
Cheers! So, the A321 CEO has 4 normal doors each side, the NEO has 2 normal, and 1 overwing?
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Originally Posted by DYKWIA View Post
Cheers! So, the A321 CEO has 4 normal doors each side, the NEO has 2 normal, and 1 overwing?
3 normal. When compared to the 321ceo, doors 1, 3 and 4 are as is. Doors 2 replaced with the small overwing.
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