A retired British Airways 747 is to be given a new lease of life – as a cinema and a private hire venue.
The Boeing jumbo jet, registration G-CIVB, will be permanently stationed at Cotswold Airport, near Kemble in Gloucestershire.
The aircraft is painted in the unique Negus livery, which adorned BA planes in the 1970s and 1980s.
This retired British Airways 747, registration G-CIVB, is to be transformed into a cinema and private hire venue at Cotswold Airport near Kemble in Gloucestershire
It was one of four painted in heritage liveries to mark the airline’s centenary last year and was also one of the final two BA 747s to leave Heathrow last month following the retirement of the flag carrier’s 747 fleet.
Cotswold Airport, formerly known as RAF Kemble, will maintain the aircraft and plans to convert an area of its interior into a ‘unique business, conferencing…
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