|British Airways Boeing 747-400 to London|
-Your drink sir!
-Lucky I asked for it shaken...
|British Airways first class|
Bond is flying on a Boeing 747-400. The tail number is G-BNLB and this aircraft was delivered to British Airways on 31 july 1989. Bond is flying first class and is served a vodka martini by the air hostess, played by no one other than Deborah Moore, Sir Roger Moore's daughter. Brosnan comments that it was lucky he asked for it shakend. Either referring to the fact that Deborah is shaking with her tray or that they've had a bumpy ride (even in first class). High Life is British Airways in-flight magazine and the one with Gustav Graves on the cover that Bond is reading was the november issue in 2002. Sadly this aircraft, G-BNLB, was retired and scrapped in 2011 and is no longer possible to fly with.
The British Airways scene is one of the highlights in the movie and The Clash's London calling is ideal when landing in London.
"-X-ray document scanner!"
|British Airways Boeing 757 to S:t Petersburg|
In Moonraker, a British Airways billboard was used as a joke when Bond disposes of one of the guards from the Rio ambulance. The British Airways stewardess featured on the billboard swallows the guard when he is coming down the mountain on a stretcher. Moore looks satisfied when he is taken care of by the British Airways friendly staff.
The tagline "We'll take more care of you" was used by British Airways as well as "the world's favourite airline" and "fly the flag". Two of the newest slogans include "upgrade to British Airways" and "to fly, to serve".