British Airways Fleets are something which is very popular worldwide. We are going to find out about the types of aircraft British Airways has as well as the total number of aircraft in their fleet.
British Airways has the Airbus and Boeing aircraft, they are the big elephant in the room if we see the world at large. British Airways operates a single-aisle fleet of Airbus which consists of A320-200 and A320neo. If we talk about twin-aisle aircraft like the A350-1000, and A380 Boeing comes into the picture with is Boeing 777 & 787 both of these are wide-body aircraft. If we talk about the power behind the take-off of these fleets we will see the Rolls-Royace Trent engines.
Types of Aircraft & Orders
Visuals of British Airways Fleets
Now let’s check out the pictures of the aircraft as this will help in retaining the past memories if you have travelled with British Airways.
Nowadays the most popular aircraft in British Airways Fleets are the Airbus A350 and the A380, we will see some of the pictures and videos for better clarity.
Range of the British Airways Popular Fleet
- The Airbus A380 provides a range of around 9000 miles and this is the largest passenger aircraft in the world depending upon the configuration it can carry 555 and 853 passengers.
- The Airbus A350 is a long-range British Airways Fleet with a twin-engine. The range of the A350 is 8000 miles and it can carry 300-400 passengers. This aircraft is the direct competition to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and has been the popular choice among airlines for its long-haul capabilities and yes passenger comfort 🙂
- The Boeing 777-300ER range is around 7000 miles with a seating capacity of 297 passengers. In British Airways This includes First Class, Club World (Business Class), and World Traveller (Economy Class). Each class is designed to provide passengers with comfort and amenities suitable for long-haul travel.