British Airways unveiled the fourth and final retro livery as a Boeing 747-400 painted in ‘Negus’ colors touched down at London’s Heathrow Airport on Thursday morning, continuing the airline’s 100-year centenary celebrations. The livery appeared
British Airways has unveiled a third retro livery to mark the centenary year for the airline. The return of the Landor livery has been repainted on G-BNLY, one of the airline’s 34 remaining Boeing 747-400s.
As part of their 100th birthday celebrations, British Airways has painted Boeing 747-400, registered as G-BYGC, into a retro BOAC livery. BOAC, or British Overseas Air Corporation, commenced operations on April 1, 1940. It was
American’s polished aluminum livery, also known as the “tri-color” design, has been a fan favorite among customers and employees since its debut in the late 1960s. The livery, featuring a polished aluminum fuselage, red, white,