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  • Name of Tartan:
    British Airways (Corporate)
  • Alternative Name: Benyhone
  • ITI Number: 3617
  • Category: Corporate
  • Designer / Source: MacDonald, Peter
  • Date: 1996
  • Slog: WBR:WBR
  • Colour Sequence: TGGBRBRBRBBRRBW
  • Thread Count: Available to STA members only
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British Airways (Corporate)
  • Notes: Designed by Peter MacDonald exclusively for British Airways who own the rights and control the pattern. Benyhone or Benchonzie to give it its proper name, is a hill close to Crieff in Scotland where P.McD lives. This tartan was applied to the tailfins of various BA aircraft for a period and then - apparently summarily removed - when the Prime Minister of the day - Margaret Thatcher - passed some scathing criticism of it.
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