British Airways operates passenger flight using recycled cooking oilLondon-Glasgow flight run partly on sustainable fuel produces 62% less CO2 than a decade ago The service was operated by BA’s special liveried ‘sustainability’ plane, an Airbus A320neo, its quietest and most fuel-efficient short-haul model. Photograph: British Airways/PA
British Airways' CEO said on Tuesday that negotiations to set up a new low-cost subsidiary at London's second biggest airport Gatwick were "advanced". "We want to set up a subsidiary which has got a competitive cost platform," BA CEO Sean Doyle told reporters at an event at Heathrow Airport. The airline, owned by Anglo-Spanish group IAG, first announced plans for the new business focused on short-haul flying on Friday, saying that it would be branded British Airways and would offer the same standard of service.
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