British Airways has unveiled the final design in a series of retro liveries forming part of its centenary celebrations.

A Boeing 747 will be painted in the Negus design at Dublin Airport and will return to London Heathrow later this month.

The repainted 747 will operate British Airways’ long-haul routes and will keep the design until it is taken out of service in 2022.

The Negus will be the fourth and final heritage design painted on a British Airways aircraft, following BOAC, BEA and Landor liveries.

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