Aviation Photo #0099853: Boeing 727-294/Adv - British Airways (Comair Limited)


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Propfreak
    British Airways (Comair Limited)
    Boeing 727-294/Adv
    Boeing 727-200 (C-22)
    Boeing 727-200 (C-22)
    Boeing
    22044
    1561
    ZS-OBM
    Cape Town - International (D.F. Malan)
    South Africa
    February 2000
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#0099853
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August 05, 2000
Caption
Del 12/79 to Avensa as YV-75C. Operating as a franchise partner for BA in Union Flag-colors
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Height
424px

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Comments (16)

Anonymous
6 years ago
Cool! Didn't even know that BA had 727s in these colours. Great looking bird.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The 727 looks absolutely stunning in BA colors!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow! it really looks good in BA colors. very neat!
Anonymous
6 years ago
This is a rare find.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Old aircraft in new livery ... quite rare an occassion!
Anonymous
6 years ago
-----"Cool! Didn't even know that BA had 727s in these colours. Great looking bird."------
BA never had any 727's :L
Anonymous
5 years ago
Like Tupolev Tu-154
Anonymous
5 years ago
Possibly the best incarnation of the Union Flag scheme
Anonymous
4 years ago
You don't see that every day!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Tu-154 is much more beautiful.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Great one.

Man, although everyone has a right to their own opinions, to say that a Tu-154 is much more beautiful than the 727 is preposterous...
Anonymous
2 years ago
I have always loved the 727's. They remind me of my youth and the love for the souped up Chevy's like the Chevelle and Nova's with the slant forward stance. Nothing beats the Boeing 727 and 757...the hot rods of air travel.
Anonymous
2 years ago
TU-154 looks home built compared to this. Design and finnishwise.
Anonymous
1 year ago
This is very cool, now BA just need A330s.
Anonymous
1 year ago
Operated by. Comair in South Africa, all 738 fleet now
Anonymous
10 months ago
Nice I like it