LONDON—British Airways (BA) will end operations with the Boeing 767 in the 2018 fourth quarter, some 28 years after it received the first examples of the U.S.-built twin aisle.
BA has seven remaining 767-300ERs in its fleet. They are used on a small number of short-haul routes to European destinations, such as Amsterdam, Athens, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Rome and Stockholm, typically in two-class, 244-seat configuration. They are also occasionally used on domestic UK services.
The fate of the seven aircraft, which are all owned by the airline, is not yet known, a BA spokesperson said.