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British Airways to receive Boeing Dreamliner from June 26

LONDON (Reuters) - British Airways will receive its first two Boeing <BA.N> 787 Dreamliner planes on June 26 and 27 and its first Airbus <EAD.PA> A380 superjumbo jet seven days later, becoming the first European airline to operate both aircraft.Full story

IAG in talks with Airbus on A350 order for British Airways: WSJ

(Reuters) - Airline holding company International Airlines Group <ICAG.L> could order Airbus' new A350 long-range aircraft for its British Airways arm as soon as this week, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. Full story

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British Christians who want to wear a cross at work have won a victory at the highest court in Europe. They can wear them, the European Court of Human Rights ruled when it sided with Nadia Eweida, a British Airways employee who was banned by the airline wearing a cross to work. ITV’s Penny Marshall

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