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British Airways 737 staff farewell flight

British Airways 737 staff farewell flight

Old Oct 6, 15, 12:27 pm
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Thanks for the great report! My very first flight, while not on a 737, was on BOAC...the summer of 1974. Haven't thought about that in many years.
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Old Oct 7, 15, 8:48 am
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Nice report....+4.5
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Old Oct 8, 15, 3:03 pm
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Thanks for the Trip Report and pictures
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Old Oct 12, 15, 12:21 am
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Thanks for all the positive comments! I took the time over the weekend to review the video I took; not great quality shooting through a plane window but I managed to splice something together:


(click through to youtube for the HD version, it seems)
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Old Oct 12, 15, 5:40 am
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Nice to see G-DOCW did this flight, my most flown ever plane at 7 sectors. Sorry to see the 737s go.

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Old Oct 12, 15, 6:04 am
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Very interesting - thanks for posting!
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Old Oct 12, 15, 3:29 pm
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Great report looks like you had a fab day. I always liked the 737s. Thanks for posting.

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Old Oct 28, 15, 1:12 pm
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Originally Posted by bodory View Post
Very nice report. I remember flying these good old BA 737s in the 90s.
Seconded, I'm a big fan of the Boeing 737 having flown on every series from -100 to -900 (BA -200 and -400). Can't get excited about the Airbus short haul fleet, especially more so after the recent cabin re-fit.
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Old Oct 28, 15, 1:23 pm
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BA = super classy outfit. Love that they catered tea service for the plane.
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Old Jan 21, 16, 4:31 pm
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What an awesome little report, I'm glad you got to experience that. Thank you for sharing it ^
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Old Jan 21, 16, 6:08 pm
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The video added a lot to my experience. Thank you for sharing.
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Old Jan 22, 16, 8:38 am
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Great report! I'm embarrassed to say that I had no idea BA was (then) still flying the 734. I thought they were retired years ago!
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