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THE CONCORDE’S FIRST FLIGHT – 50 YEARS AGO

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TOULOUSE – Today, exactly 50 years ago – on March 2, 1969 – the Concorde took off for the first time. The Concorde was a technological marvel, an airliner that could fly more than twice the speed of sound at altitudes that brush the air of space. Flying Supersonic was seen as the future in

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

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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

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SECOND BRITISH AIRWAYS RETRO LIVERY WILL FEATURE BEA COLORS ON A319

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LONDON – After a Boeing 747-400 was painted in a retro livery last week, an Airbus A319 from British Airways now also gets a historic livery. The aircraft will get the paintjob in Shannon in the colors of British European Airways, starting this weekend. This year the British airline is painting a series of aircraft

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