Some girl whom I met on fb started chatting & subsequently became friends, After couple of weeks She told me that she is going to revive her Jewelry Business for which she is coming to India. As such this was a sudden decision & being a friend she insisted me to arrange meeting of biggest Jewelers for which my investment of almost INR 200000/ is required. As per our recent whatsapp chat she's currently traveling to India but looking at the ticket I am not sure coz there is no PNR number or any reference number.
She is travelling with British Airways from Heathrow, London to Chatrapati Shivaji Airport Mumbai.
i am attaching the ticket she shared with me for clarity purpose.
All Boeing 747s have been retired back in 2020 from the BA Fleet
The times are different on the same page (see the 07:40 arrival and the 00:15 arrival)
The departure time from London makes no sense as BA139 leaves LHR at 9:30am, not at 17h50
That barcode is obviously from a parcel and not from a flight (online check ins give you a QR-like code, not a barcode)
Paketpostzentrum roughly means parcel mail center, which is far from a flight barcode
If you have sent money, you will likely never get it back, depending on how you gave that money, contact them and file a police report
I agree with @Nicolas Formichella's answer that this is a scam. Don't send any (more) money.
Some more details:
Paketpostzentrum is in German language, thus it cannot be relevant for a flight from the UK to India operated by British Airways. All captions should be in English.
The plane ticket is way too expensive for 2910.12 GBP. A ticket for a non-stop one-way flight from LHR to BOM operated by British Airways, departing tomorrow can be booked for less than 600 GBP, and a round trip for less than 1000 GBP. Other airlines sell even cheaper non-stop tickets for this route. (I've just checked on flights.google.com.)
Plane e-tickets usually don't have any barcode, QR-code or rectangular code, but boarding passes do. The boarding pass is usually issued up to 24 hours before the flight departure, and has a caption saying boarding pass (rather than ticket or trip summary).
Some boarding passes issued by some airlines do have regular barcodes. (However, a flight barcode with Paketpostzentrum next to it is a red flag. There are many other red flags as well in this case, see the answers and comments.)