British Airways debuts A319 in BEA design, announces Landor livery

British Airways debuts A319 in BEA design, announces Landor livery

Last week, British Airways revealed that it would be painting an Airbus A319 in the colours of its short-haul predecessor, British European Airways (BEA) to mark the airline’s 100th anniversary. Now, G-EUPJ has rolled out of the paint shop at Shannon Airport and will be arriving back at Heathrow Airport later this morning. British Airways will be operating the aircraft on its network across the UK and Europe, with the design remaining on the aircraft until it retires next year….

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British Airways announces BEA as next heritage livery

British Airways announces BEA as next heritage livery

British Airways revealed on Friday the second design in its series of heritage liveries to mark its 100th anniversary. The airline will be painting an Airbus A319 (reg G-EUPJ) in the colours of its short-haul predecessor, British European Airways (BEA). The aircraft entered the IAC paint bay at Shannon Airport this weekend. The announcement comes after huge crowds turned out to see the first heritage livery – a 747 in British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC)…

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