G-BYGC (British Airways) paited for BOAC livery at Dublin Airport
February 18, 2019
G-BYGC (British Airways) painted for BOAC livery at Dublin Airport.
This special paint is centenary celebrations of British Airways. And this aircraft is the first paint of this celebrations.
.@British_Airways has revealed its BOAC retro livery on G-BYGC, a 747, as part of the airline’s centennial celebration. https://t.co/XO19q4DGSp pic.twitter.com/7oUMKp2Zhb
— AirlineGeeks (@AirlineGeeks) 2019年2月18日
On February 5, 2019. G-BYGC ferried to Dublin with BA9170 and into the paint hanger about 2 weeks.
Finally on February 18, 2019. The British Airways is showing off this special livery at Dublin Airport.
They were broadcasting on Online Live for all around the world.
After showing off, G-BYGC ferried to London Heathrow with BA100 (this means 100th anniversary) about 9am on local time.
British Airways plans to paint for Retro livery on other 2 of 747-400 until end of the March or April.
G-CIVB will be LANDOR livery and G-CIVE will be NEGUS livery.
G-BYGC (BOAC livery) – Boeing 747-436 – British Airways / Delivered on January 19, 1999