Image Courtesy: British Airways
British Airways Queen Of The Skies to live on. The remaining retro-liveried iconic Boeing 747 Super Jumbo will continue to inspire aviation lovers for many years to come. The much loved iconic Landor livery G-BNLY will join its sister 747 G-CIVW to be on permanent exhibit at Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey.
Sean Doyle, CEO of British Airways, said: “While we will miss seeing them grace our skies, we are delighted to have found permanent homes for our remaining centenary 747 aircraft.
“We think they have great historical importance, not only to British Airways but to the entire aviation industry, and we are pleased they will be preserved for future generations in locations in the UK.
“As the final 747s to leave our fleet, their departure will be an emotional moment for former and current British Airways staff, including our engineering team in Cardiff who have lovingly looked after our jumbo jets for decades.”
On a personal note, Flightag founder would like to thank British Airways for preserving these aircrafts. It means a lot to aviation lovers across the world.
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