It’s a narrow body aircraft Airbus A318 (registration G-EUNA, British Airways number BA001 which used to belong to Concorde).

That flies from the small London City Airport (LCY) to Shannon Airport (SNN) in Ireland to fuel up and do the U.S. customs and immigration checks for U.S. pre-clearance to then fly onto New York, JFK Airport (JFK).

I don’t know if I’d want to fly something so small or such a long route.

But it’s still fantastic none the less.