BA B747 Negus livery

BRITISH AIRWAYS B747 NEGUS LIVERY ROLLS OUT OF PAINTSHOP

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DUBLIN AIRPORT – The last retro aircraft from British Airways rolled out of the paintshop in Dublin this morning and departed from Dublin Airport to return to London Heathrow Airport. The fleet of British Airways’ heritage aircraft – painted with retro liveries to celebrates its 100th anniversary – is now complete.

The BA B747 rolls out of the paintshop with its new stunning Negus livery.
Video: Dublin Airport on Twitter

The last aircraft – a Boeing 747-400 with registration G-CIVB – received the beautiful Negus livery, named after British designer Dick Negus. British Airways flew with this livery from 1974 to 1980.

Beautiful video of the BA B747 with its new Negus livery, departing Dublin Airport for its home base, London Heathrow Airport. Video: DJ Den Kot on YouTube
Arrival of the BA B747 Negus livery at London Heathrow this afternoon.
Video: British Airways on YouTube.

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(Top image: from DJ Den Kot video)

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