Tag: 100th anniversary

QANTAS PERFORMS NON-STOP TEST FLIGHT BETWEEN LONDON AND SYDNEY

Qantas B787 Research Flight London - Sydney

LONDON – Australia’s Qantas Airways has conducted a non-stop test flight between London and Sydney on Thursday November 14, 2019. It’s the second ‘Project Sunrise’ flight, where the effects of ultra-long flights on travelers are tested. It is the world’s longest flight in aviation history, in distance and time. Last October, Qantas flew non-stop from

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SPECTACULAR FLYBY BRITISH AIRWAYS B747 WITH THE RAF RED ARROWS AT RIAT 2019

Spectacular Flyby British Airways and Red Arrows

FAIRFORD, ENGLAND – British Airways’ special-liveried Boeing 747 took to the skies alongside the Red Arrows in a spectacular fly by at this year’s Royal International Air Tattoo. The Boeing 747 has been painted in the colours of the airline’s predecessor – British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) – to mark its centenary celebrations this year.

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100 DAY COUNTDOWN TO KLM’S 100th ANNIVERSARY

AMSTERDAM AIRPORT SCHIPHOL, NETHERLANDS – On Saturday June 29, 2019 a smashing event kicked off the 100 day countdown to KLM’s 100th anniversary, on October 7. One day later, on Sunday June 30, 2019 the first KLM Boeing 787-10 arrived at Schiphol Airport. This sustainable and energy-efficient aircraft is called ‘Orange Blossom’ and carries the

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VIDEO – BRITISH AIRWAYS ~ MADE BY BRITAIN

British Airways commercial

LONDON – British Airways’ shared this beautiful commercial to celebrate its 100th anniversary. Today it’s fleet of heritage aircraft is complete with its 4th aircraft in retro livery. Congrats, British Airways! One of the best airlines in the world ever. ☆☆☆ (Top image: British Airways) FLYHIGH.NEWSThe Best Aviation News, Videos & More! © FLYHIGH.NEWS ☆☆☆

BRITISH AIRWAYS B747 NEGUS LIVERY ROLLS OUT OF PAINTSHOP

BA B747 Negus livery

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 last aircraft –

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