MIAMI – Boeing 747 fans had reason to cheer today as British Airways (BA) announced that two of its retro-liveried aircraft will be spared from the scrap heap. In a press release today, BA said that the aircraft – the last to leave the British Airways fleet – will soon fly to new permanent homes.
Later this month, the aircraft, registrations G-BNLY and G-BYGC, will depart from BA’s engineering base in Cardiff. The pair were among several aircraft painted in heritage liveries to mark the airline’s centenary last year.
Adorned in the iconic Landor livery, used between 1984 and 1997, G-BNLY will read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”