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  • This fuselage section is taken from former BA Airbus A319-131, G-EUPE, which was scrapped in 2021. Manufacturer Serial Number 1193, first flew on 29th February 2000 and was delivered to her Heathrow base on 27th March. She would ply her trade around BA’s short-haul network for 20 years, before retiring on March 2020. She was scrapped in April 2021, having amassed over 45 000 flight hours.

    This section is from the port side, approximately row 7, and still has the original paint scheme and remnants of the titling ‘R’ & ‘W’ in ‘airways’, as shown on her sister ship in the image. Lightly restored, but still bearing the scratches and marks you’d expect on a 20-year old plus aeroplane, the original acrylic window pane has been laser-etched with the airframe details and finished in ‘Landor’ blue. A silent sweep, battery powered quartz clock is fitted along with a single brass hanging point.

    The piece measures approximately 33 x 14” (840 x 350mm) and weighs 3.6kg.

    Ex-British Airways Airbus A319 fuselage section clock

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