According to Flight Radar 24, the flight tracking website, the British Airways flight BA268 has been showing the squawk 7700, which means an emergency situation.
However, the reason for the emergency is not yet clear.
British Airways LAX-LHR Flight Declares Emergency
The BA268 flight took off from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) at 4:12 AM UTC. Further, the aircraft is airborne for almost 10 hours and covers a distance of 8780 KM.
Subsequently, the Flight will land at Heathrow International Airport (LHR) in London at around 3:20 PM UTC.
The aircraft involved in the incident is Boeing 777-300 ER, registered G-STBJ. The London-based carrier took the delivery of G-STBJ back in March 2014, and is now 9.6 years old.
This is the developing story; keep checking back for the latest updates.
BA Stockholm London Diversion
According to Flight Radar 24, British Airways flight BA783 operating the Airbus A320neo has registration G-TTNR diverted on 28 May.
The aircraft took off from Sweden at 8:43 PM UTC. Subsequently, after being airborne for approximately two hours and covering a distance of 1468 kilometers, it diverted to LGW. Further, the aircraft made a touchdown at Gatwick Airport at 10:51 pm UTC.
The aircraft involved in the incident is A320neo G-TTNR, and it is only two years old. Further, the BA took the delivery of it from Toulouse in Aug 2021.
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