Today (4 March), British Airways welcomed back its Airbus A319 (G-EUPJ) at London Heathrow, the aircraft has been painted in the colours of the airline’s short-haul predecessor, British European Airways (BEA). The design is the second one in its series of heritage liveries to mark the airline’s centenary.
Brussels Airport plane spotters take note: G-EUPJ is scheduled to operate BA402/3 between London Heathrow and Brussels on Tuesday 5 March 2019 (subject to last-minute changes).
— British Airways (@British_Airways) March 4, 2019
RT @jetjunkieslive: Wow! What a morning!! Thanks @British_Airways always a pleasure to work with you and thanks to your hospitality.
Our favourite of today’s presentation of #bea #BA100 heritage livery #A319 😍🥰🤘 @markparbhoo @DaveWallsworth @jumbo747… pic.twitter.com/EtwFzQAV79
— Aviación Ecuador RT (@AvEcuadorRT) March 4, 2019
.@British_Airways A319 G-EUPJ which is being painted in the #BEA heritage livery is scheduled to operate BA402/3 LHR-BRU-LHR on Tuesday 5 March 2019 (subject to last-minute changes) @BrusselsAirport #avgeek #bruspotter #BA100 pic.twitter.com/aPlw6DeglG
— Ivan Coninx (@ivanconinx) March 3, 2019
Only a few weeks ago, the first heritage livery – a Boeing 747 in British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) colours – touched down at Heathrow.
British Airways’ third livery will be the iconic Landor design. The next heritage livery to take to the skies on a Boeing 747.