Tag: B747

FOURTH AND LAST BRITISH AIRWAYS RETRO LIVERY WILL FEATURE THE ICONIC NEGUS LIVERY ON B747

British Airways Boeing 747 Negus livery

LONDON – British Airways has unveiled the 4th and final retro livery in honor of its unofficial 100th anniversary. The last retro livery will be the ‘Negus’ livery, which British Airways flew with between 1974 and 1980. The Negus livery now returns on a Boeing 747 with registration G-CIVB. The aircraft is currently being painted

Continue reading
Advertisements

THIRD BRITISH AIRWAYS RETRO LIVERY WILL FEATURE THE ICONIC LANDOR LIVERY ON B747

British_Airways_Boeing_747-236B_Landor Livery

LONDON – British Airways has revealed the third design in its series of historic liveries to mark the airline’s centenary. The iconic Landor livery will be painted on a Boeing 747. The Boeing 747-400 – with registration G-BNLY – entered the IAC paint bay at Dublin Airport earlier this week where it will be repainted

Continue reading

BRITISH AIRWAYS WILL REPLACE ITS 747 WITH THE BOEING 777X

British Airways Boeing 777X

LONDON – British Airways has confirmed that they will replace its fleet of Boeing 747s by the new Boeing 777X. According to Boeing, British Airways will purchase 18 aircaft of the 777-9 model with an option for 24 more. The deal could reach $ 18.6 billion, although this is a purchase commitment and not yet

Continue reading

THE BOEING 747: 50 YEARS OF FLIGHT

Boeing 747 First Flight

SEATTLE – February 9, 1969 is one of the most important days in commercial aviation. On that day, 50 years ago, the prototype of the Boeing 747 flew for the first time. The famous Queen of the Skies would become a huge succes and change passenger flights for decades. The story of the Boeing 747

Continue reading