Monday 10 March 2008 - bad weather results in diversions from Heathrow and Gatwick

Diversions!! - a packed apron including two BA Boeing 747's,
a Boeing 777, a First Choice Boeing 767 and a Thomsonfly
Boeing 767-300 had all diverted to BHX due to bad
weather at Heathrow and Gatwick.
British Airways Boeing 747-400 G-CIVE arrived as the "BA 028"
from Hong Kong while the aircraft behind it - G-CIVU - arrived
as the "BA 054" from Johannesburg
British Airways Airbus A320 G-EUUJ was operating flight
"BA 881" from Moscow to Heathrow when it diverted to BHX
while the Avro RJ 100 behind - G-BZAX - was operating flight
"BA 8731" from Frankfurt to London City
. First Choice Boeing 767-300 G-OOBM was operating flight
"FCA 085" from Porlamar to Gatwick to where it positioned
back mid morning
Challenger VP-CKR was a Luton Diversion
. The day also saw the start of the Irish invasion for the
"Cheltenham Gold Cup Festival" with Aer Lingus operating
a number of additional flights/upgrades - Airbus A321 EI-CPF
operated the mid morning service from Dublin


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