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 with the Landor livery, which adorned the British Airways fleet from 1984-1997.
It will return to Heathrow and enter service later in this month flying to long-haul destinations served by the Boeing 747, with the design remaining on the aircraft until it retires in 2023.
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