G-BNLY [Landor-liveried B744] Stuck in LAS

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Old Jun 7, 19, 9:41 am
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G-BNLY [Landor-liveried B744] Stuck in LAS

It appears the landor livery 744 operated to LAS on 4th June but is there since, apparently parked at the cargo terminal. Some reports of a hole in the wing 🤨
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Old Jun 7, 19, 11:49 am
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Originally Posted by andymcdonnell View Post
It appears the landor livery 744 operated to LAS on 4th June but is there since, apparently parked at the cargo terminal. Some reports of a hole in the wing 🤨
Not good news at all. Could be out a while depending on damage.
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Old Jun 7, 19, 11:56 am
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Good job there were no centenary flights planned...
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Old Jun 7, 19, 1:04 pm
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She needs a new engine, which is hopefully heading out tomorrow.
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Old Jun 7, 19, 1:32 pm
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Wouldnít be the first time a 26 year old Brit overstays in Vegas
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Any news on what's bringing the engine?
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Old Jun 7, 19, 2:18 pm
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Knowing BA it will go on a charter flight. Probably from Stansted/East Midlands or Doncaster. The RB211 can only be transported in a 747 or larger due to its size when in a cradle, if I remember correctly.
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Old Jun 7, 19, 2:31 pm
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@BAW217 Why wouldn't they COMAT it on the next 744 heading out? Or would it only fit on 747 Cargo?
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Old Jun 7, 19, 2:35 pm
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Would Boeing not be able to supply one from Seattle? Or would they not have them as the 744 isnít built any more?
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Would Boeing not be able to supply one from Seattle? Or would they not have them as the 744 isnít built any more?
Boeing doesn't make engines, it will be coming either from BA itself, or from Rolls Royce.
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Originally Posted by andymcdonnell View Post
It appears the landor livery 744 operated to LAS on 4th June but is there since, apparently parked at the cargo terminal. Some reports of a hole in the wing 🤨
I flew out of LAS this morning and the aircraft was parked outside over an n the cargo area as you say.
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Old Jun 7, 19, 2:42 pm
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Boeing doesn't make engines, it will be coming either from BA itself, or from Rolls Royce.
I understand that. But Rolls Royce ship countless engines to Boeing prior to final assembly. Thought they might have ďsparesĒ
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Originally Posted by viewfromthewindowseat View Post
@BAW217 Why wouldn't they COMAT it on the next 744 heading out? Or would it only fit on 747 Cargo?
Only fits on the main deck of the 747, itís far too big for the lower hold. Hence it has to be a cargo aircraft.
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Can BA do what Qantas do and just strap a spare to the wing of the next 747 going to LAS?

https://www.flightradar24.com/blog/h...wing-of-a-747/

Or are these extra mounts not fitted to BA 744s?

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Old Jun 7, 19, 3:48 pm
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Can BA do what Qantas do and just strap a spare to the wing of the next 747 going to LAS?

https://www.flightradar24.com/blog/h...wing-of-a-747/

Or are these extra mounts not fitted to BA 744s?
Canít do it on a BA 744, hence the need to charter or buy space on a scheduled service if there is room.
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