BRITISH AIRWAYS proposed to immediately retire its remaining fleet of 31 747-400s as a result of COVID-19; it operated as many as 57 at one time and now has six A350s/32 787s. It says it does not expect traffic to return to 2019 levels until 2023/2024.

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