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Join me on my latest trip report heading from Newark Liberty (EWR) to London Heathrow (LHR) after spending a week in New York City. Find out why my aircraft is a rare and special 777 and see what my second only time flying with BA is like. My trip report to New York is coming soon, which also happens to be my first time flying with BA.

This was a faultless and very enjoyable flight. Thanks to all the crew and staff for making this flight enjoyable for an avgeek like me!

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Flight Details:

Airline: British Airways
Aircraft: Boeing 777-200
Registration: G-ZZZB
Departure: Newark Liberty International, NJ, USA (KEWR)
Arrival: London Heathrow Airport, UK (EGLL)

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  • More specifacally, it is one of the 9 777 non ER that Boeing made with GE90 engines. 5 were built for British Airways (3 in service with BA, one sold to Gabon, and one scrapped) and 4 were built for China Southern (3 stored, 1 scrapped). The 300 non ER required more power than the 200 non ER and has the same power as the 200ER, but Boeing did not build a single 300 non ER with GE90s. Another quirk for BA (British Airways) and BA (Boeing) is that they are the only airline to put RB211s on a whole bunch of Boeing 767s, aside from three 767-3W0ERs built for China Yunnan Airlines, and all Boeing 757s with the RB211-535C engines (not to be confused with the RB211-535E) that haven't been scrapped were all built for British Airways.