BM shows new flying colours

March 1997
Marketing Event;Mar1997, p12
Reports on British Midland Airways' launch of the first stand to display its livery at the 1997 Business Travel exhibition in Great Britain in February 1997. Use of the airline's colors as a theme in the stand designed by First Impression.


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