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|2 American Airlines Boeing 767-300ER with the Oneworld Livery caught at EGLL||03/13/2011||282|
|BA's 747 painted in OneWorld colors parked at TBIT.||09/07/2010||172|
|Aircraft (British Airways Boeing 747-436), sadly now out of service. Here at heathrow in all its glory. ||08/27/2006||558|
|Quite possibly the most common company at London Heathrow, here we have a 747.||10/17/2006||335|
|"Delftblue Daybreak" at Gate 35 of Terminal 3, London Heathrow.||08/22/2006||335|
|Registration: N915AW |
US Airways livery has varied both under the US Airways and USAir name. In general the Express and Shuttle divisions have had liveries that closely parallel the company-wide livery at the time.
Former logo planes
Teamwork Coast to Coast: A Boeing 757-200 operated by America West Airlines which symbolizes America...
|BMI A330-200 with Star Alliance livery is seen at Heathrow T1.||03/13/2011||370|
|British Airways Flight 38 (call sign Speedbird 38) was a scheduled flight from Beijing Capital International Airport which crash landed just short of the runway at its destination, Heathrow Airport, London, on 17 January 2008 after an 8,100 kilometres (4,400 nmi; 5,000 mi) flight. There were no fatalities, but thirteen people sustained injuries. It was the first accident that resulted in a Boei...||07/20/2009||422|
|A British Airways Dash-8 Being towed at Manchester Airport, England||01/15/2007||256|
|British European Airways Flight 548 was a Trident airliner (registration: G-ARPI) that crashed less than three minutes after departing from London Heathrow Airport, killing all 118 aboard. On Sunday, 18 June 1972, the British European Airways (BEA) Trident 1C departed from London, England for scheduled air service to Brussels, Belgium, but crashed near the town of Staines at 16:11 GMT. The find...||07/20/2009||795|
|One of the American Airlines OneWorld Logojets, it´s seen at Terminal 8, at JFK.||08/26/2010||251|
|An Airbus of TAP Air Portugal in the former livery, used from 1979-2005. ||06/26/2008||921|