British Airways confirmed the delivery dates for its first A380 and Boeing 787 aircraft, with ABTN reporting that the carrier expects the delivery of its first 787-8 aircraft in May-2013 with a further three to be delivered by the end of 2013. The airline plans to receive its first A380 in Jul-2013 with further deliveries scheduled for Sep-2013 and Nov-2013. The airline is yet to confirm how many A380 aircraft it will have by the end of 2013, however, they will be entered into service in winter 2013. British Airways has 12 A380 aircraft on order with seven options. The airline also has eight 787-8 aircraft and 16 787-9 aircraft on order.
British Airways confirms delivery dates for A380s and 787s
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