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British Airways has painted nine Airbus A319s in the new Olympic inspired 'Dove' livery. The livery was designed by British designer Pascal Anson with mentoring from artist Tracy Emin. It "transforms the aircraft into the bird of peace," according to British Airways.The designer said of the design: “The Dove signifies a positive message wherever you go in the world. I also hope it makes people stop, think and look twice. It will be very special to see these aircraft in flight, and I hope that passengers, athletes and VIP’s flying in to the London 2012 Games will be very excited to be on this celebratory aircraft.”All nine aircraft are in operation from today. Here's some air-to-air photos. All photos: Geoff Lee, British Airways
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