How British Airways got its latest livery

The airline boasts one of the most identifiable paint schemes, but how did it come about? Key.Aero recounts the history of the flag carrier’s colours 

Instantly recognisable, British Airways’ current livery is the third version the flag carrier has used since its formation in 1974. Dubbed Chatham Dockyard, the scheme has been in use since 1997, but what about before then? 

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