MIAMI – British Airways (BA) Boeing 747-400 registered G-BNLY (LN 959 / MSN 27090) arrived at its new home, Dunsfold Aerodrome (FAA), earlier this week. The aircraft was one of three 747 painted in a retro livery to commemorate BA’s 100th birthday last year. It bears the ‘Landor’ livery, which was used from 1984-1997.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced BA to retire all of its 747 earlier than expected. ‘Lima Yankee’ was withdrawn from use on March 20, 2020. It was stored at Bournemouth Airport (BOH) from March 31-June 15. On June 15, it was moved to Cardiff Airport (CWL) read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”