14-8-2015. British Airways B767-300er G-BNWV at GCM.&amp;lt;br&amp;gt;A quick 90 minute turn around before she heads back to London via NAS.These aircraft are getting very tired looking indeed, soon to be replaced I think.BA have sent quite a few of their rather unique Rolls Royce powered 767 fleet over to Victorville over the last year for parting out.<br><br><br>UPDATE 29-9-2015 taken from <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.thebasource.com">www.thebasource.com</a><br>British Airways B767-300ER G-BNWV Withdrawn.<br>September 28, 2015<br>British Airways Boeing 767-33ER G-BNWV was withdrawn from service at London Heathrow this morning after arriving as BA188 from Newark. the aircraft then positioned London Heathrow – Cardiff-Wales as BA9171 for component recovery. This reduces the Boeing 767-300ER fleet to 13 aircraft, and the longhaul Boeing 767-300ER fleet to six aircraft. The aircraft was in 24J/24W/144Y configuration and Union Flag livery on withdrawal.
UPDATE Sept 2016 The long haul fleet of BA b763 have been withdrawn from service.