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British Airways
Boeing 737-236/Advanced

by Jennings Heilig

 


 


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Description

 

British Airways took delivery of 737-236/Advanced (c/n 23159 / l/n 1047) G-BKYA "River Derwent" in this experimental color scheme in 1984 .

The standard BA livery of the day featured a white upper fuselage and vertical fin, but Yankee Alpha substituted painted silver in its place. This was the only British Airways aircraft ever seen in this scheme.

In 1985 the rather more sedate blue and pearl grey scheme designed by Landor Associates was implemented, and Yankee Alpha was eventually repainted. She served with BA until 2000, and now flies with Aerolineas Argentinas.


Model, Images and Text Copyright 2007 by Jennings Heilig
Page Created 09 August, 2007
Last Updated 12 December, 2007

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