QUIZ: BA's weird and wonderful world tails

Question 1 of 10

British Airways 'borrowed' two liveries from a fellow oneworld member, but which one?

BA World tail

Air New Zealand
Ansett Australia
Qantas
Qantaslink

Question 2 of 10

Which Scandinavian nation does this livery originate from?

BA World tail

Finland
Sweden
Norway
Denmark

Question 3 of 10

This English tail design was inspired by a piece of pottery, but what was it called?

BA World tail

Blue Poole
Seas and Skies
Waves and Cranes
Heavy Seas of Love

Question 4 of 10

Whale Rider, below, was a design taken from a wood carving by indigenous people from which nation?

BA World tail

Australia
New Zealand
Fiji
Canada

Question 5 of 10

Sterntaller, as seen here on a British Airways Boeing 737-200 at London/Gatwick, was first applied to an aircraft belonging to which of the company's subsidiaries?BA World tail

Maersk Air
Deutsche BA
Comair
Sun-Air of Scandinavia

Question 6 of 10

British Airways had originally planned for how many different world images?

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25
32
50
75

Question 7 of 10

How many aircraft was Colours Down the Side applied to?BA World tail

One
Two
Three
Four

Question 8 of 10

This livery was inspired by which mode of transport?

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Steam trains
Cycling
Horse and carts
Canal boats

Question 9 of 10

Chelsea Rose was one of the most well received liveries of the rebranding, being chosen as the winner of a competition ran in conjunction with which British newspaper?

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The Times/Sunday Times
The Sun/The News of the World
The Guardian/The Observer
The Sunday Sport

Question 10 of 10

Which former Prime Minister was so offended by the tail designs that they covered the vertical stabiliser of a 747 model at the 1997 Conservative Party ConferenceBA World tail

Clement Attlee
Margaret Thatcher
John Major
Pitt the Younger

You got correct!

Oh dear, oh dear! What's Dan the Van going to say when he sees this?

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Not bad, not bad, there's room for improvement though!

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Not too shabby! A respectable effort there!

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Flipping heck! I think we both know what your specialist subject would be if you ever went on Mastermind...