British Airways Boeing 767 and Boeing 757 on departure. British Airways retired the last of its Boeing B767-300ERs on November 25th, 2018 after successfully operating the mid-sized widebody for 28 years. Fittingly, it had some 28 B767-300ERs, with all deliveries complete by 1998. The type's withdrawal came days after BA's 30th B787-8 joined the fleet. British Airways Director of Flight Operations, Captain Al Bridger, said: “The 767 has been a brilliant part of our fleet, flying some of our most popular routes and giving customers what was an industry-leading service in its time". The original oil painting, on canvas, is available to purchase ex-studio. The size is 20 x 30 inches.

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