The COVID-19 pandemic has unfortunately caused air carrier’s to retire several iconic aircraft, including the Boeing 747-400. In July, British Airways announced the early retirement of its Boeing 747-400 fleet which included three heritage livery aircraft. We’re back with Part 2 of the British Airways heritage livery aircraft series. In this series, we take a look at the British Airways Landor and Negus heritage liveries. We specifically take a look at the 1:200 scale Lupa Models Boeing 747-400 “Negus Livery”, as well as the 1:400 scale GeminiJets B747-400 and L-1011 models featuring the “Landor Livery”. Although the Negus 747 will no longer grace the skies, it will find shift into a new home as a cinema and museum at Cotswold Airport in Kemble, England.
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Featured Models In Part 2 of the British Airways Heritage Livery Series